Need to Know

Treatment Ineligibilities

  • Some clients may have contraindications or medical conditions which can make them ineligible for permanent make up.
  • Are you pregnant or breastfeeding? - SPMU cannot be performed during pregnancy, please wait until after birth. If you wish to have SPMU whilst breastfeeding, a medical certificate is required.
  • Do you suffer medical conditions - Psoriasis, eczema, undiagnosed rashes or lumps on the area being treated?
  • Are you taking any skin thinner medication, such as Roaccutane or steroids? If so, please stop the medication 6 months prior to treatment.
  • Do you suffer keloid scarring? If so, then it may take multiple procedures and it isn't recommended.
  • Undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy? - Semi-Permanent make-up should only be done before chemotherapy starts or 6 months after.
  • Do you have auto immune conditions? - such as HIV or Hepatitis, they are more prone to infection and putting practitioner at high risk.
  • Do you take fish oils? - These are blood thinners which causes poor pigment retention. Please stop taking them 10-14 days prior to treatment. A medical certificate will be required.
  • Do you suffer from anxiety, depression or bipolar? please advise at the time of booking.
  • Do you take high caffeine stimulants? - Pre gym work outs? coffee? please avoid these 24 hours prior to treatment.
  • Do you attend the gym, sports, fitness classes, swimming or saunas? Please avoid for 7 days as you must avoid excess sweating.
  • Do you have regular facials, or have an active skin care range? if so then please avoid in the area to be treated 4 weeks prior to treatment.
  • Do you wear heavy make up? if so, then avoid make up on the treated area for 7-10 days after treatment,
  • Do you have any allergies? or had a reaction to tint, aesthetic or any beauty treatments, or previous tattoos? If so then please advise on your booking form.
  • Semi-Permanent Make-Up Requirements

  • Please wear your usual make up to the consultation. That means the technician can see how you would usually wear your make up. And if you have a desired design. Please bring the photo along to the consultation.
  • A patch test is required 48 hours prior to treatmemt, otherwise it will be waived upon request.
  • No alcohol, on any drinks containing caffiene 24 hours prior to treatment as they effect the blood circulation which in turn can increase bleeding.
  • Avoid direct sunlight on the treated area 7 days prior to treatment to prevent sunburn.
  • Do not heavy exercise 7 days after treatment and especially on the day of treatment as the heat will expand the pores which in turn will effect the healing process.
  • Be aware that if you are tired or due/on periods will increase your sensitivity to pain. If so then you can take your standand pain killer 30 minutes prior to treatment.
  • Do not take ibuprofen, Vitamin E, asprin or omega-3 24 hours prior to treatment, unless it is medically required. Please consult with your doctor if this is the case.
  • Exfoliate the skin lightly 3-5 days prior to treatment.
  • Avoid skin care containing AHAs, glycolic acids, or anti aging products microdermabrasion, skin needling or heavy exfoliating facial treatments 30 days prior to treatment.
  • Do not wear contact lenses for eyeliner only.
  • Do not use hairgrowth stimulants 7 days prior to treatment.
  • Eyelash tint or perming is recommended 3 days prior to eyeliner treatment.
  • To prevent eye swelling you may want to take an antihistamine 30 minutes prior to eyeliner treatment.
  • Wait 3 months after laser eye surgery.
  • Remove eyelash extensions before procedure.
  • Do not book a treatment of you have an eye infection, conjunctivitis or herpes. Book your appointment when the infection is fully cleared.

  • Please bring a medical certificate if you have :

  • A pacemaker.
  • Diabeties
  • Skin conditions on treated area.
  • Taking prescribed medication for a health condition.
  • Cancer outside treated area.
  • Undergone an organ transplant
  • High or low blood pressure.
  • Undergone/Undergoing Chemotherapy.