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Aftercare Guide

Like any good investment, beauty procedures require maintenance.

Don’t get them wet for 12 hours after application

For the first 12 hours after application, avoid taking a shower, washing your eyes, or getting your eyelash extensions wet.

Water can affect the glue, causing the bond to become brittle and easy to break.

After that, wash them regularly

After the first 12 hours, residue will start to build up around the lash line if you don’t wash your extensions. This can lead to eye infections and other eye issues.

Instead, you’re going to want to clean your lash extensions around every day! You can do so by performing the following steps:

  1. Brush them with a soft bristle brush.
  2. Wash them with a lash shampoo.
  3. Let the water from your shower run down your face and over your eyes.
  4. Pat dry and then brush lashes with a mascara wand.

Brush them, too

Every morning, you’re going to want to brush your eyelash tips to keep them looking good.

It’s best to use a clean, dry spoolie. You can brush down, or comb up!

Use caution with products

You shouldn’t be using any oil-based products near your eyelash extensions. So check your products before using them — especially foundation, eyeliner, mascara, eye creams and makeup removers.

Be careful with makeup

You’ll also want to skip mascara, even the ones that market themselves as “extension-safe.” Waterproof makeup, such as waterproof mascara, can soften the glue on your lash extensions.

If you use eyeliner, opt for a water-based, non-waterproof version — and be gentle when you remove your makeup at the end of the night.

Rubbing your eyes isn’t good for your extensions. It could damage them and your real lashes.

Without second skin : Apply a layer of tattoo ointment 2-3 times a day, but don’t put on another bandage. Gently wash your tattoo area twice a day with unscented soap and water and gently pat dry before reapplying the tattoo ointment. Keep applying a moisturizer or ointment after you clean it to keep it moist.

Swelling and redness immediately after treatment can be expected. The time this takes to settle will depend on the sensitivity of the skin.


A crust formation may appear after about three days. However, most people experience flaking or peeling of the skin as healing takes place.


This peeling will generally begin on the third day after treatment and will last from seven to ten days.





Use the cream with a Q-tip 3 or 4 times a day, for 4 to 5 days, longer if necessary.


DO NOT touch your eyebrows immediately after treatment.


Do NOT swim or use a spa for at least 3 days.


Do NOT wear makeup on the treated area until completely healed. Take care when cleaning your face for the first day.


DO NOT EVER use products containing Retin-A or Alpha hydroxy Acid, as these products will remove the pigment color from your eyebrows.


Use a sunscreen to protect the color from fading.


If there are any blank areas of pigment, this is normal and will be corrected on the follow up appointment.


Pigment fading depends on the following:
  • The skins ability to accept pigment
  • The degree of crust formation
  • The natural fading rate of pigments used
  • The treated area will appear very exact and darker in color when first treated.
  • As the pigment heals from the epidermal layer, there will be a 30-40% loss of pigment color.
  • Light brow colors tend to fade faster and require more frequent touch-ups (possibly yearly) than darker brow colours.

REMEMBER: Like any cosmetic procedure, this is a process. Do not expect immediate results. PLEASE be patient. It will be a few weeks before you can fully appreciate the results.

Eye Lining: Swelling and redness is to be expected immediately after treatment, especially on the upper eyelid.


Itching is also normal. The length of time this takes to heal varies from person to person. You are advised to put wet cotton pads in the refrigerator for 10 to 15 minutes to cool and then place over you eyes.


Sleeping slightly elevated can also reduce any residual swelling of eyes. The most swelling is usually an issue the following morning after your procedure.
You may soil your pillowcase with some residual pigment on eyes. In the morning if eyes are stuck together, use a wet tissue and gently separate.


Do not rub, peel or pick. Avoid sun, pools, hot tubs and all creams around eye area.
Eyes heal very well. However, they are exposed to the possibility of a secondary infection like conjunctivitis.


eek medical attention if needed. Eyes are sensitive to pet dander, gardening, dust and dirty hands. Sunglasses add wonderful protection to sun.


Do NOT wear makeup on the treated area until completely healed. Take care when cleaning your face for the first day.


Please use a new tube of mascara after each procedure.
Do not wear makeup for at least 72 hours after the procedure.



Lips will feel swollen and very dry after your treatment. Apply supplied after care ointment on lips several times a day. This should be done for at least 14 days post treatment.


Do not allow lips to become dry. This may interfere with healed color.


During the day if lips feel dry, apply a liberal amount of ointment. Just tap on skin and do not rub in. Always use a clean Q-tip, not fingers to apply ointment to the lips area. This will reduce the risk of secondary infection.


It is advised to sleep on an old pillowcase. There will be residual pigment coming off the lips for several days that can stain linens.


After lips are no longer tender to the touch they may become flaky. This is normal and is expected. Please do not pick or scratch at them.


This may significantly reduce the amount pigment uptake. Avoid the sun and tanning beds pre and post procedure.

Be sure to use a sun block once lips are healed.


Do not use any Glycolic, Hydroxy or fruit acid products on lips.


Avoid direct water pressure, pools and other bodies of water, until healed.


Please be advised it is a good idea to brush your teeth with just water for 72 hours, post treatment.


You can resume wearing lipstick once lips are healed.


It is advised to use a new lipstick after all lip treatments. Redness, swelling, tenderness, dryness are all common post treatment side effects and will dissipate in a short period of time.


Avoid oily, salty, acidic foods and alcohol while healing.


Lips are a muscle and will need 1 to 3 sessions to complete the process of this procedure.


Lips are unpredictable. Some clients will yield very strong healed lip color. Others will only heal with slight color uptake.


This will vary on an individual basis. Clients with sun damage, scar tissue (from injury or fever blisters) and clients with implants may not have strong results.


Hyperpigmentation can happen on any lip client without warning. Fever Blisters are a known side effect of all lip procedures.


Clients are asked to go to their doctor or dentist for an anti-viral medication prior to any lip procedure, to help avoid an outbreak.


Follow all before and after instructions after all lip treatments.


Lip retouch must be scheduled 30 to 45 days apart from initial season to help with color retention.

Lips heal in three stages: Too dark – Too light – Just right. This takes one month to happen. Please avoid any friction to lip area.

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