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Precare

For
Best
Results...

Permanent Makeup:

  • No caffeine, alcohol, ibuprofen, or working out 24 hours prior to service.

  • Your skin is best to work on when hydrated and exfoliated. Try to drink lots of water and exfoliate the area a week prior.

  • Aim to get a good night's sleep prior to your day of service. Eat a balanced meal beforehand, and bring snacks if needed!

  • Wear comfortable clothing as most services go beyond 2 hours.

  • No Chemotherapy or use of Accutane for at least one year prior to PMU services.

  • If you are receiving an eyeliner service - No use of Latisse for at least 3 months prior to service, or Rodan & Fields for at least 1 month prior to service.

  • If you are receiving an eyeliner service and wear contact lenses, please come to your appointment with your glasses on.

  • If you are receiving an eyeliner service, please come to your appointment with no eye makeup on.

  • Stop all use of glycolics, chemical peels, or Retin-A/Retinol 4 weeks prior to service. 

  • Please avoid tinting your eyebrows at least 4 weeks prior to service.

  • If you use botox, or get fillers, it should be performed either 2 weeks prior to or 2 weeks after your service.

  • No sunburn on the area of service.

  • If you are receiving a powder brow service, you may come to your appointment with your brows penciled in as you like them!

Fine Line/ Tiny Tattoo Prep:​

  • Please avoid caffeine the day of service.

  • No alcohol, ibuprofen, or working out 24 hours prior to service.

  • Your skin is best to work on when hydrated and exfoliated. Try to drink lots of water and exfoliate the area a week prior.

  • Aim to get a good night's sleep prior to your day of service.

  • Eat a balanced meal beforehand, and bring snacks if needed!

  • Wear comfortable clothing, and clothing that makes the tattoo area accessible!

  • No Blood thinners

  • If you are immunocompromised, it is best to get a doctor's approval prior to getting tattooed.

  • No Chemotherapy or use of Accutane for at least one year prior to service.

  • If you suffer from keloid scarring, it is best to not get tattooed.

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