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Microblading + Shading
Pre/Post Care Instructions


  • Avoid any hair removal around your brows

  • If you get Botox, you must wait at least 2 weeks before getting cosmetic tattooing on your brows.

  • No alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before your treatment.

  • Avoid vitamin supplements that cause thinning of the blood along with Aspirin, Niacin and Ibuprofen.

  • Stop any exfoliating skin care products at least two weeks before treatment.



Post Care Instructions


Note: Anytime you touch your brows please remember to wash your hands so you’re not introducing bacteria to your brows.


Step 1) After your treatment you will need to let your eyebrows “weep” (This means that your brows will produce lymphatic fluid for the next hour after your treatment. Lymphatic fluid can cause scabbing) which we don’t want! You will need to blot your brows every 5-10 mins with a clean tissue for the next hour.


Step 2) After you’re done blotting you will need to get a clean Q-tip and apply your Tina Davies healing gel on your brows. (Rice size)


Step 3) That night you are going to wash your eyebrows with a gentle soap only using your fingertips. No wash clothes. (Wash your brows AM + PM everyday)


Step 4) Most importantly after washing your brows you need to let them air dry for 3-5 minutes

After they are dry. You can apply a thin layer of Tina Davies healing gel to your brows.


Repeat these steps for the next 7-10 days

You must avoid the following 


  • Picking and scratching of the cosmetic tattoo

  • Sweating for the next 10-14 days

  • Direct sun exposure at least 4 weeks (Note: After you’re done healing you should always wear SPF 30+ on your brows to help protect them from fading)

  • Hot steamy environments for the next 4 weeks. Examples are hot tubs, saunas and pools

  • Sleeping on your face

  • Brow make-up or foundation near your brows for the next 10-14 days. Brows need to be complete healed

  • Any facial treatments or exfoliating skin care products for the next 2 weeks



In case of a reaction or infection


If you see any of the following signs or develop symptoms of infections, you will need to seek medical care immediately. Signs may include, but are not limited to swelling of the area, redness, tenderness, elevated temperature and drainage of the treatment area. If you develop any of these signs you need to contact your physician right away. You should also call our office to make us aware of the situation.

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