Aftercare Eyebrows / Camouflage
WHAT TO EXPECT
Slight swelling with varying degrees of redness. Fairer complexions will tend to be more pink or red.
Brows will appear much darker on day two. They will lighten, no need to panic.
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR PERMANENT MAKEUP
Day 2–7: Gently wash your brows with antibacterial soap. With a very light touch, use your fingertips to gently cleanse the eyebrows. To dry, gently pat with a clean tissue. Apply a rice grain amount of After Inked with clean fingertips. Be sure not to over-apply and never put After Inked on wet skin.
WHAT TO AVOID
WHAT TO NOTICE
Infections are extremely rare, however, if red ring appears around your brows, seek medical attention. Brows may weep for first few days so change your pillowcase, nightly.
****** At first sign of infection, we advise you to consult your physician. ******
Day of procedure: Swelling may occur. An ice bag covered with paper towel can be applied for the first day and next morning.
Lips tend to be very dry.
Keep moist using Q-tip with After Inked for 14 days. Very moist lipstick/lip gloss may be worn over a coat of After Inked.
Lips may weep first few days, change your pillowcase, nightly.
Lips tend to fade 60% and color can hide for a 4-week period before resurfacing.
Various degrees of swelling may occur, generally for first few mornings.Sleep propped up or on your back to reduce swelling.A sealed ice bag covered with paper towel can be lightly applied for the first 2 days.
If eyes are weeping or tearing, pat lightly to dry with soft tissue.
DO NOT PRESS ICE BAG AGAINST EYES!
YOUR EYEBALL SHOULD NOT BECOME MORE RED! You must seek medical attention immediately if you see signs of bloodshot eyes or pus in the corners of your eye/eyes. This may be an infection, requiring a physician and prescribed medication.
FOLLOW FOR ALL PROCEDURES: A touch-up procedure is often required.
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