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ABOUT PERMANENT MAKEUP 

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 

Most Lou's Beauty Bar Permanent make up procedures are a TWO_STEP process. Final results cannot be determined

until Touch Up application is completed. The Touch Up is intended to fill in any discoloration

caused by healing and scabbing process. 

We strongly suggest all of our clients to make a Touch Up appointment to come in to let us see

the procedure area(s) whether to not they feel they need a touch up.

 

All clients receive a complimentary Touch Up visit between 4 to 6 weeks after the initial procedure.

You will lose your free Touch Up if you fail to have it done in that time frame.

BEFORE CARE INSTRUCTIONS

The following are a few issues that will NOT qualify a person for a permanent make up procedure

 

  • Is currently pregnant

  • Has cancer and are undergoing chemotherapy or radiation 

  • Has an open wound present

  • Has aged skin that is extremely thin or severely wrinkled

  • Has a bacterial or viral infection   

 

Please check the following with your doctor before having a permanent makeup procedure

 

  • Have been in remission from cancer for one year

  • Have high blood pressure

  • Using blood thinning prescriptions

  • Have seborrheic dermatitis

The following facial procedures must be avoid 4 weeks before the permanent makeup procedure

 

NO

Botox or Chemical Peels of any kind. 

These include Glycolic, Pumpkin, Alpha Hydroxy Acid, Salicylic Acid, Microdermabrasion, Laser Facials, both ablative and non-ablative. Also included are Fraxel, Co2, and IPL Laser Treatments.

The following procedures must be avoided 1 week prior to a permanent makeup procedure 

 

  • All blood thinners including IBUPROFEN, TYLENOL, ADVIL, ALEVE, MOTRIN, ASPIRIN, EXCEDRIN, WARFARIN, COUMADIN, Oil Supplements such as FISH OIL, VITAMIN E OIL, PRIMROSE OIL.

  • Antibiotics, Iron Supplements and Magnesium ail compromise the integrity of the skin and avoid Retin-A or any strong skin care products. 

  • Any mood-altering drugs

  • Avoid coffee/caffeine the same day of appointment