THE DAY OF THE PROCEDURE
If you want the brows to heal up evenly and the final result to be satisfactory, keep in mind this aftercare advice. Remember that the care after the procedure is just as important as the procedure itself.
It’s important to follow the specialist’s recommendations.
It’s normal for the color to be more intense right after the procedure and the pigmented area to be reddened, and it’s not a reason to panic.
On the first day after the procedure the brows might seem dark and overdrawn.
Don’t panic, it’s temporary.
Wipe your brows wet thoroughly twice a day with the hairs and against the hairs to remove the excess of the plasm and prevent it from forming a thick scab. Wash them with distilled water, injection water or boiled water and a cotton swab. Your brows might itch slightly. You may also experience some feeling of pulling.
Attention! Remember to maintain hygiene. Don’t apply cosmetic products to your brows. When you apply a fluid foundation or a concealer avoid the brow area.
The brows start peeling at the end and at the beginning of the brow. The itching is a normal reaction. Don’t scratch the scab! Start moisturizing your brows with a skincare product. Apply a thin layer of the product to your cleaned up brows with a Q-tip. The fronts of the brows should be subtle and transparent, you shouldn’t see a well-highlighted border.
Don’t panic if you see a difference in color between the scab and the effect in the area where the scab has already fallen off. Remember that the permanent make-up is supposed to highlight the brows subtly. It’s not a form of intense evening make-up
The scab shouldn’t be visible anymore. If you see any remains of it, apply a tiny bit of the product and rub it in with a Q-tip in the area of the scab. Don’t scratch it off, wash the brows gently. If the brows are reddened or the pigment seems warmer than the expected result, remember that the skin is still healing. The final, ultimate color will be visible 4 weeks after the day of the pigmentation.
1. During the healing process avoid sun beds, sun, saunas and swimming pools. Don’t scratch the scab. Scratching may cause forming of a scar. Allow the brows to heal themselves. Keep in mind the fact that a permanent make-up procedure is an invasive procedure during which the epiderm gets broken into.
2. Follow the specialist’s after care recommendations. Don’t look for information on internet forums. If you have any questions, start with contacting the person who has performed the procedure.
3. Don’t apply cosmetic products to the pigmentation area. It may cause an infection of the pigmented zone. It’s very important to wash the brows in the first few days after the pigmentation! Don’t let the scab to form on the brows. Wipe the brows wet with the hairs and against the hairs. Don’t pat the plasm in, wash it down thoroughly.
4. Don’t panic if the brows are reddened or the pigment seems warmer than the expected effect, remember that the skin is still healing. The final, ultimate color will be visible 4 weeks after the pigmentation.
5. Don’t forget about the correction procedure which will allow evening up of the brow color and, if it’s necessary, saturating of the brows. The correction procedure should be performed 6 weeks to 3 months after the first procedure.