Permanent Makeup Contraindications
Lip blush Permanent Make Up In Arnold Md
P R E P A R E F O R Y O U R A P P O I N T M E N T
A fantastic canvas will begin the process! Small details make a tremendous difference in the outcome. When you prepare correctly, you’ll see a significant boost.
BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT
Cosmetic Tattooing & Tattoo Lightening/Removal
You should also stop using products like Rentin-A, Retinols, Alpha Hydroxy, and Anti-Aging Products four weeks before your appointment.
You will need to avoid the sun for at least one week before your appointment.
You can have Botox three weeks before or three weeks after your appointment, but you will need to get approval from your doctor.
Do not have chemical peels or laser treatments four weeks before your appointment.
If you are receiving radiation therapy or chemotherapy, you will need to wait six months after treatment is complete and get approval from your doctor. Wait four weeks after taking antibiotics.
Wait two weeks after receiving a Covid Vaccine or Booster.
If you’re visiting an environment with a high risk of bacterial exposure, make sure you schedule your lightening procedure at the right moment so that you can follow the post-procedure care instructions without any problems.
Please read full list of health concerns and contradictions here
Addition for BROWS:
Brow Henna – 6 weeks before an appointment
Brow Waxing, Threading, Brow Tint – 1 week before an appointment
Addition for EYELINER:
No Eyelash Extension and strip lashes – must remove 3 days prior.
Stop Eyelash serums for 1 year prior to appointment
No eye contacts for 3 following days appointment, wear eyeglasses
Addition for LIPS:
E X F O L I A T E – H Y D R A T E – M O I S T U R I Z E
If you want to have lip filler, you should do it 4 weeks before or after.
Exfoliate your lips with natural scrubbers like sugar and coconut oil on the fifth night before your treatment.
To assist improve the cell surface tension, apply some Vaseline before bed (not Chapstick), drink at least 8 glasses of water each day, and stop applying lipstick or lip stain for 7 days.
COLD SORES & FEVER BLISTERS
I STRONGLY ADVISE YOU: seeing your doctor about getting antiviral medication to prevent a cold sores/ fever blisters outbreak. Doctors may prescribe antiviral drugs, such as Valtrex (1500mg), Valacyclovir, Acyclovir, Famvir and Famciclovir, and 4 -6 or more days after or as directed by your physician.
Lip Blush Tattooing won’t give you HSV-1, but it can put enough stress on your body to wake up the latent virus.
If you or someone you know has had cold sores, instead of waiting for the next outbreak, talk to your physician about using an over-the-counter L-lysine pill. If you have never had cold sores before, however, it is suggested that you keep taking an over-the-counter L-lysine supplement.
STOP 24 Hour before your appointment:
Except for brow-liners, apply no makeup
NO eye contacts only wearing glasses
Eyes should not be filled in with products like mascara or glitter.
Avoiding anything with caffeine, alcohol, energy drinks, or no exercise is also a good idea!
You can also reduce your risk of sunburn by avoiding going out on a hot day or during the summertime!
If you have any questions regarding what is safe to consume, contact your doctor.
A F T E R – C A R E
B R O W S
Day of Instructions
Every 20 minutes, blot your skin with a tissue to check for new developments. This should take around 1-2 hours.
After that, apply A& D Ointment and blot any excess liquid away. Finally, use Micro Balm to protect your skin from the sun.
Days 1 -10:
-Continue to apply A & D Ointment or Vaseline in AM/PM.
E Y E L I N E R A F T E R – C A R E
After you have applied your eyeliner, it is important to take care of the area around your eyes. This will help prevent any irritation or infection.
1.If you get ink in your eyes, apply a cold compress for one to three days. Keep the area clean and dry. Gently clean the tattooed area twice a day with a mild soap and distill water. Pat dry with a clean towel. Avoid using harsh chemicals, lotions, or creams on the tattooed area.
Apply a thin layer of healing ointment. A&D, Eucerin, or Aquaphor are suggested ointments. Apply ointment to help keep the tattoo moist and protected from the air. Start applying ointment on the third day after your tattoo is done.
Do not pick or scratch at the tattooed area. Let any scabs that form fall off on their own. Picking can cause scarring and may pull out color.
Avoid direct sunlight. Keep the tattooed area out of the sun for at least 6 weeks. After that, use sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher to help protect the tattoo from fading.
Watch for signs of infection. Signs of infection include redness, swelling, pus, or warmth around the tattooed area. If you see any of these signs, contact your doctor right away.
L I P B L U S H A F T E R – C A R E
After you’ve applied your lip blush, it’s important to take proper care of your lips to ensure the best possible results. Here are a few tips:
Avoid scrubbing or picking at your lips. This can cause the color to fade prematurely or become patchy.
When cleansing your face, be gentle around the lip area. Use a soft washcloth or cotton pad and avoid using harsh cleansers that could strip away the color.
Apply a lip balm or treatment regularly to keep your lips hydrated and healthy. This will also help extend the life of your lip blush.
If you experience any dryness, flaking, or irritation, stop using the product immediately and consult a doctor if necessary.
The first two days, use a compression technique to remove lymph fluid from the area. You can do this by using warm compresses for three days in a row, and then applying a cool compress on the fourth day. Blot the area gently with a wet cotton ball or pad three times a day. After the swelling has gone down, apply a warm, moist compress for 20 minutes three times a day to help with healing
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T A T T O O L I G H T E N I N G – R E M O V A L A F T E R – C A R E
Li-FT Client Aftercare Instructions, please read carefully.
1) Keep your tattoo clean and dry for the first week. Gently wash it with a mild soap and water twice a day, patting it dry afterward. Do not expose your tattoo to direct sunlight or tanning beds during the healing process.
2) Apply a thin layer of tattoo ointment to your tattoo 3-5 times per day for the first week. We recommend using a non-scented, hypoallergenic ointment such as A&D, Aquaphor, or Eucerin.
3) Do not pick or scratch your tattoo as it heals. Let any scabs that form fall off on their own. Picking can cause scarring and lead to infection.
4) Avoid soaking your tattoo in water for the first two weeks. This includes swimming, hot tubs, baths, and saunas.
5) Your tattoo may leak small amounts of plasma or ink during the healing process. This is normal and nothing to be concerned about.
6) If you experience redness, swelling, excessive discharge, or prolonged bleeding beyond the first few days after getting your tattoo, please contact us right away. These could be signs of infection.
7-Wash your hands thoroughly before touching the treated area.
Avoid direct sunlight or tanning beds for two weeks following treatment.
Do not have any other cosmetic treatments performed on the same areas as your Li-FT treatment for at least 2 weeks following your procedure. This includes but is not limited to dermal fillers, injectables, laser treatments, microdermabrasion, etc.)
Once your tattoo has fully healed (usually 4-6 weeks), you can begin using sunscreen to protect it from sun damage. We recommend a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. Apply sunscreen to your tattoo before any sun exposure and reapply as needed.
Until the scabbing falls off on its own, drink liquids with a straw. Brush your teeth with toothpaste that does not include whitening or peroxide. To reduce the amount of chewing you must do, try cutting your meals into small pieces. Don’t make too many facial expressions.
After the initial lightening treatment, you must wait 8 weeks before undergoing another. This will aid in the healing process while also maintaining your skin’s health.
Getting rid of undesirable pigment might take some time. You must be patient, and the method must work. It will generally take 2 to 5 treatments to see the desired effects. The number of treatments you’ll require is determined by how deeply the pigment was inserted and how much needs to be removed. Typically, a fraction of the pigmentation needs to be lightened/removed. We can then go on to color correcting or color shifting if desired. Color correcting is used when pigment has been misplaced in an unwanted location. It will aid in the removal of as much pigment as possible. Many of our clients are pleased with the results they have obtained. There is no way to know whether it will work for you before trying it out. If you have any questions or worries, please contact us at 443-949-8742. Please call us as soon after detecting green or yellow puss in the region as possible if you see it during the healing process.
FOLLOWING AFTERCARE GUIDELINES
D U R I N G H E A L I N G & U N T I L H E A L I N G H A S C O M P L E T E D
for Brows, Eyeliner & Lips
Following the instructions is critical for healing.
This means avoiding sunlight, tanning, rubbing, picking, and cosmetics and skin care products. The area should also be avoided.
Swimming, hot tubs, steamy showers, and exercise are all discouraged.
You should also avoid applying anything to the wound except what is advised or supplied.
Finally, do not use a face showerhead in the shower and do not apply SPF
For the first few days, avoid makeup. After 7-10 days, Use new mascara. Do not color, perm, or add lash extensions for 3 weeks
Additional for Lips
Only use a disposable face mask for seven days, changing it three times per day during the first three days.
You may also apply a cold compress as needed.
Before brushing your teeth, apply a layer of non-petroleum jelly to the pigmented area to protect it.
Lubricate and protect your lips from UV damage.
Use a straw. Before and after eating.
Apply Aquaphor or Vaseline to create a barrier between your meal and your lips.
Use a fork to eat tiny bites. Avoid sticking your lips together.
After eating, rinse your mouth with water.
Stay away from spicy foods and drinks.
Do not open wide (as in “yelling”) when chewing food or drinking fluids
Licking, chewing, or moistening your lips before they’ve fully recovered is a recipe for disaster.
Avoiding kissing cheeks and utilizing whitening toothpaste are other ways to prevent recurrence.
Avoid exfoliating or scrubbing your lips until they’ve recovered fully, which should take around four weeks.
For the next six weeks, you should avoid using harsh waterproof liquid Matte lipsticks or stains.
Approximate Healing Schedule
1-3 days: You may notice that your makeup appears darker and firmer than it will after a few weeks. Because the pigment is still settling in, the skin is red and inflamed. Swelling, tenderness, redness, and bruising are all common following permanent makeup treatment.
3-10days: It’s normal for the skin to peel and turn pink over time, especially in people who have dry or sensitive skin. Over time, as these layers of skin are shed and the pigment becomes more apparent, it will look like it does at the conclusion. The region might itch as well.
7-10+ Days: The skin is now exfoliating, so you should avoid picking, scratching, or rubbing it. It’s healing and will improve with time. You can begin to evaluate the tattoo at 4-8 weeks after your procedure. At least two treatments are required for all cosmetic tattooing.
You must schedule your second session no sooner than 6 weeks and no later than 12 weeks after your first.
All procedures that require Permanent Makeup or Microblading need two sessions; in some cases, extra sessions may be required. Everyone experiences varying phases of the process, as well as different levels of retention, flakiness, and so on… It’s all “normal.”
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Are you a candidate for Plastic Tattooing or Tattoo Lightening Removal?
If you are pregnant or nursing
If you have any skin diseases or conditions, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, vitiligo, etc.
If you have any allergies, especially to ink or dyes
If you have had radiation therapy in the past year.
If you are taking any blood thinners or steroids.
If you have had any cosmetic procedures, such as Botox, fillers, or microblading, in the past year.
If you have had any surgical procedures, such as a brow lift in the past year.
If you have had any skin cancer in the past year.
If you are currently undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
If you have any open wounds on your face.
If you have had any recent cold sores or Herpes simplex virus (HSV) breakouts.
If you have any other medical conditions that may affect the healing of your skin.
If you are taking any medications that may affect the healing of your skin.
If you have had any previous permanent makeup procedures, such as eyebrow tattooing, eyeliner tattooing, lip liner tattooing, or lip color tattooing.
If you have had any previous history of keloid formation or hypertrophic scarring.
If you have had any previous history of sunburn near the area to be treated are also not candidates for treatment at this time.
If you have had any previous history of skin diseases or conditions that may have left scars or changed the pigmentation of your skin.
If you are currently taking any medications that may affect the healing of your skin, such as steroids, blood thinners, or immunosuppressants.
If you have used Accutane in the past 12 months, or taken steroids in the last 2 months, then we cannot proceed with the treatment.
People with diabetes have a harder time healing, which makes them more likely to get infections.
Pace make or heart disease problem we use tags #45, or comfort cream as a numbing agent, that can increase your heart rate possible causing dysrhythmias.
Glaucoma the risk of developing an eye infection is higher, pressure to eye can cause more damage.
Autoimmune diseases, such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis also slow healing and make it harder to keep color in tattoos
Hemangiomas and fibromas can also affect tattoos.
PLEASE CONSULT WITH YOUR DOCTOR IF YOU ARE TAKING A CHEMICAL, HARMFUL OR POTENTIALLY TOXIC TREATMENT, DRUGS, OR ILLNESS THAT DAMAGES THE IMMUNE SYSTEM/HEALING
P O L I C I E S CANCELLATIONS:
You must cancel or change your appointment at least 48 hours ahead of time. If you do not cancel or alter your appointment within the allowed period, your credit card on file will be charged for the amount shown in “more information” for each service.
There is a fee of $25-$50 if you must reschedule or cancel an appointment within 48 hours, depending on when the session was scheduled. For more information about this policy, please visit “Learn More ” on the service you are scheduling. If you make a second appointment but do not attend your initial one, you will be charged for a no-show
FORMS OF PAYMENT:
We happily accept cash, credit cards, Venmo, Zelle, and Apple Pay for all transactions. With a 3% service charge, we also accept credit cards, Venmo, Zelle, and Apple Pay.
Late arrivals are subject to a $50 rescheduling fee.
EXISTING COSMETIC TATTOOS:
A consultation is required before scheduling an appointment. The price will be decided during the consultation.
COSMETIC & TATTOO LIGHTENING – REMOVAL:
There are no certainties that we can offer you. To achieve the outcomes you desire, you may require additional sessions. People’s healing methods vary; as a result, we can’t promise that everyone will be pleased with the results. It is critical that you adhere to all our pre-and post-care guidelines exactly in order to get the greatest possible effects. If you don’t follow these steps carefully, your results or excessive bleeding might jeopardize the overall outcome.
NO GUESTS PLEASE:
Due to the nature of our professional services, please come alone to your session.
COVID VACCINATION & BOOSTER SHOTS: All permanent makeup appointments should be at least 2 weeks after receiving a covid vaccine and booster injections.
Please contact us as soon as possible if you have been injured in an accident or feel unwell. Please do not put off seeing whether you are feeling better until your scheduled appointment time. There may be a Cancellation and Rescheduling policy in effect.
* Rates are subject to change
A B O U T
Permanent Make Up Artist in Arnold Md
Trish specializes in enhancing features, boosting confidence, and applying lovely brows, eyeliner, and lip blush. With over 4 years of combined expertise in the beauty business, she strives to provide her clients with the finest quality of service possible. Her enthusiasm for crafting is evident in her work, and she takes considerable pleasure in assisting customers achieve their cosmetic tattooing goals.
WHY CHOOSE TRISH
Trish is a skilled permanent cosmetic tattoo artist with a wide clientele.
She has photos of her work in her portfolio, and she uses only disposable goods and all relevant safety measures to guarantee the health and safety of her clients.
Trish goes above and beyond for safety and comfort, such as by pre-numbing (30 minutes) before any procedure.
She uses only the highest-quality items and high-quality pigments, as well as numbing anesthetics, micro blades, needles, machines, and other products to provide her clients with optimal results.
In her job, Trish strives for Perfection.
She understands how significant it is to make a long-lasting makeup application, and she takes the time to ensure that her customers are satisfied with their results.
She maintains detailed records of all treatments provided and posts current pictures on social media and her website.
She is extremely particular about only using distilled water to avoid any infection or cross-contamination.