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Post-Appointment Instructions

For Permanent Brow Services
(microblading, combination, & powder brows):

  • Make sure to wash your brows 2x a day for the next 2 weeks (morning and night) 

  • When you shower, please be sure to tilt your head back to not get the brows super wet. 

  • Do not get your brows wet other than washing OUTSIDE of shower. This includes sweating, sauna, pool, hot tub, etc.

  • Do not apply any makeup for 2 weeks on the eyebrows while the areas are healing. Once they finish flaking, you can then use eyebrow powder or pomade to fill them in as needed until your touch up session. 

  • No direct sunlight for 2 weeks. It is advised you wear a hat or visor that will cover your brows until your touch up session to retain as much pigment as possible.

  • Do NOT pick any scabs that form; let them fall off naturally to avoid discoloration and pigment loss.

  • After two weeks please avoid all products on them that include active ingredients (acne or anti-aging products with retinols) and any facials or chemical peels until your touch up session.

                                                                                              Day of service:


  • Make sure to blot your brows (and forehead above brows) with the oil sheets provided every 30 minutes-1 hour until bedtime to help remove excess oil and lymph fluid. 

  • You will then gently wash your eyebrows with the soap from your aftercare kit before bedtime- Please do not use a washcloth, loofa, or anything abrasive on your brows when cleaning (fingertips with warm-cool water is ideal).

  • After you wash your brows, please make sure your brows are patted dry before applying the aftercare ointment. Make sure to use only a tiny pea size amount of aftercare on one fingertip, rub the ointment on opposite fingertip and then apply to both brows towards where your eyebrow hairs grow (front of brow towards end of brow. ~The pea size amount is enough for BOTH eyebrows! This step is critical to your healing- using too much ointment can result in large scabs that can remove pigment.

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