About Permanent Makeup
Permanent makeup is an art, not a science and there are limitations to predicting the results.
Your touchup appointment is an important part of your procedure, no matter what type of permanent makeup you choose. A touchup appointment is scheduled at the end of your initial visit and is 4 weeks after your initial procedure was performed.
Women or men who have dark skin may not see clear hair strokes if they choose Microblading. Also, dark skin can get ashy with healed procedures. All ink used on darker skin tones will be modified to reverse this outcome by warming it up. However, ashy results can still occur, especially with microblading. This is normal. This is remedied by warming the color up again during your touchup.
Sun-damaged skin, hyper-pigmentated skin, older skin, and naturally oily skin may not do well with Microblading. But we can always try!
Complications are always possible with any Permanent Makeup procedure. Especially in the event that pre- and post-procedure care is not taken seriously.
Inconsistent color, missing color, undesirable color, and color fading can occur. This is usually remedied during the touchup appointment.
Because every person is uniquely different, it is not reasonable for your Permanent Makeup artist to predict all of the possible results that can occur, however, a touchup can remedy most concerns.
A free touchup is always offered to address any concerns with your Permanent Makeup. No refunds or credits are issued.