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After care for Brows

1. On the day of the treatment clean the area every 2 hours using damp cotton wool pad, then apply Vaseline using cotton bud- a very thin layer only

2. The next day for following 4 days just apply Vaseline in the morning and night 



For 2 to 7 days after treatment, the procedure area may experience the following symptoms:

Flaking/Tenderness/Dryness and itching/Swelling/Redness/Colour of eyebrows gets much darker because of scabs/When scab fall off colour of pigment look very light, but will resurface in 3 weeks’ time

After eye liners procedures, eyelashes may stick together and eyelids appear red and puffy.

IMPORTANT "DO NOTS" for 2 weeks

1. Soaps, facial cleansers, water on pigmented areas. If the area does get wet, pat dry very gently with a clean towel or tissue.

2. Washing pigmented area.

3. Chlorine pools.

4. Retin-A on pigmented areas.

5. Makeup on pigmented area for 5 days, including non-allergenic.

6. Hot, steamy, long showers.

7. Sun/sun beds on pigmented areas.

8. Jacuzzi or saunas.

9. Make sure you wash your hair with your head tilted backwards to stop water running down you face. Do not try to hide your

eyebrows with your fringe in the first 2 days, this is the easiest way to cause infection - keep you fringe away from your eyebrows.

10. Shower with your back to the water to avoid water, shampoo and conditioner from getting into the pigmented areas. Have a

sufficient amount of provided cream on the pigmented area during showers.

Do not be alarmed by fading after the first application. The final colour cannot be judged until at least 3 weeks after the

touch up applications are completed. This is the reason follow-ups are required.


Your skin needs to repair itself so the excess pigment particles that are sat on the surface dry up and form a crust along with skin

cells (depending on the skin type some clients hardly notice the crust whilst others have a definite scab).

This will come away gradually over the next week to 10 days sometimes a little longer. Sometimes looks like hardly any pigment

has held, THIS IS NORMAL.

It's almost like the skin has formed a milky opaque layer over the pigment as a protection to the newly regenerated skin cells. The

colour WILL resurface over the following 4 weeks and so it's far too early to worry or judge the results only a week after the

treatment. Also we have to be honest and make clear the realistic expectations of a permanent makeup treatment. Natural mineral

based pigment is inserted very shallow into the skin so it heals like a skin TINT. It can NEVER be as dark or as vibrant or give the

same coverage as conventional makeup regardless of the pigment choice. Makeup gives a camouflage effect to the skin, pigment

blends with the natural skin tone.

After care for Eyeliner & Lips


Swelling differs with each individual. To eliminate the swelling you can place ice on the treated area every hour for about 10

minutes. Make sure you are rolling the ice - do not leave in one area. 

Clean and apply Vaseline using cotton bud morning and evening.

An additional pillow is advisable when sleeping that evening.

Do not use eyelash curlers for 5 days after the procedure. 

New mascara has to be purchased but not to be used

until approximately 14 days after the procedure.


Swelling is normal and expected after the treatment. Ice can be applied the same as the eyeliner to relieve the burning sensation. 

After 2 hours and before you go to bed gently blot the area with a damp cotton wool pad to remove excess body fluids and tiny blood spots to eliminate crusting. Apply the healing balm ( or Vaseline) every hour whilst awake. 

Do not apply lipstick until after 14 days. It is possible that an allergic reaction to the ingredients of the lipstick may occur should you apply within this period.

Be careful when eating spicy, salty or citrus foods; avoid them if possible. 

Drink through a straw to prevent contact with contaminates and also be careful when brushing your teeth.

If you suffer from cold sores , you need to have tablets 2 days before and 3 days after the treatment date. In case you have mild cold sores and can not get tablet from GP, you can use  Zovirax or a similar product to prevent an outburst. Just apply the cream on the spots.

After care for Eyelash extensions

Avoid getting them wet for up to 48 hours after application.

Do not rub or touch your eyes.

Clean with eyelash foam cleanser every 3 days

Brush through your eyelash tips in the morning

Do not use oil based products around or on the eyes

Do not sleep on your face

Stay on top of your infills (recommended every 2 - 3 weeks)


You should try to avoid getting your new lashes wet within the first 48 hours. The water will react with the eyelash extension glue and cause a flash cure. This is a little like cooking a chicken from the outside in - cooked on the outside and frozen on the inside. Basically, water will cause the lash bond to become brittle and break.

After the 48 hour period, you’re safe to shower again. It’s a myth that you should never get your eyelash extensions wet once having a new set, in-fact quite the opposite!

Top tip: When showering, don’t position your head in the full strength of water flow. Let the water instead run down your face.


We’re often led to believe that the less we touch and clean around, the better and longer our eyelash extensions will last. This is wrong, in fact, it’s entirely the opposite! The health of your eyes is really important, and, when wearing lash extensions, it becomes harder to clean around them.

How Do I Clean My Eyelash Extensions?

Using a soft bristle brush and specialist eyelash extension cleaning foam, clean approximately every 3 days. Getting into this habit removes traces of natural oils, dust and make-up. This prevents any build-up causing pressure on your lashes and breaking down the bond. Ultimately, you need to clean clean clean to avoid premature lash shedding.

After care for Henna Brows

Do not rub the area treated

Avoid heat treatments for 24 hours

Do not apply brow make-up for at least 24 hours after your treatment

Avoid sunbathing for 24 hours, as this can cause the tint to fade

Avoid swimming/saunas for at least 24 hours after your treatment

Avoid perfumed products for at least 24 hours after your treatment

Please note that oil based make up remover can cause the tint to fade quicker

Exposure to the sun/UV lights for long periods can cause the tint to fade quicker

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