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Who It's For

Cosmetic tattooing is a beautiful solution for clients who want to enhance the appearance of realistic-looking, dense brows, lips and hairline. However, it isn’t right for everyone. Discover if the procedure can bring you the results you’re looking for.

Who Cosmetic Tattooing is For

If you have over-tweezed your brows or suffer from hair loss due to alopecia, chemotherapy, or other factors, or you’re looking for a low-maintenance, polished appearance, cosmetic tattooing can define your features and enhance what is already your natural beauty. These are just some of the benefits of cosmetic tattooing:

  • The appearance of full, even eyebrows, lips and hairline
  • Completely sweat- and water-proof
  • Camouflages sparse areas to create a fuller look that appears natural
  • Reduces the appearance of scars by filling in the look of hair or color into brows, lips and hairline
  • Semi-permanent which allows for adjustments to your shape and color over time as your style and preferences evolve

Who Cosmetic Tattooing Is NOT For

Unfortunately, cosmetic tattooing isn’t a good solution for everyone due to specific health reasons or other causes. We take very careful precautions to ensure we serve the clients who we can deliver the best results possible for. For these reasons we are unable to serve clientele with the following circumstances:

  • Under 18 years of age
  • Diabetes 
  • Pregnant or nursing  
  • Glaucoma 
  • History of Keloids or Hypertrophic Scarring
  • Skin conditions or irritations such as psoriasis, eczema, undiagnosed rashes or blisters, sunburns, acne, etc.  
  • If you are very tan or have areas of sun-damaged skin
  • For our Lip Guests with a history of cold sores, please consult with your physician prior to making an appointment. Many clients avoid cold sore breakouts by completing a Valtrex cycle prior to their session
  • Allergies to makeup, colors or pigments
  • Easily triggered post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
  • Epilepsy
  • Organ transplant
  • Viral infections, diseases and transmittable blood conditions such as HIV or Hepatitis 
  • Active skin cancer in any areas being tattooed or treated 
  • Hemophiliac 
  • Healing disorders
  • Chemotherapy. Please consult your doctor 
  • Actively taking blood thinners. Please consult with your physician prior to making an appointment 
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure or mitral valve disorder, heart conditions, pacemaker or poor general health
  • Currently or recently (one year) on Accutane or steroids. Please consult with your physician prior to making an appointment
  • Currently sick with the cold, flu or other illness 
  • Previous microblading and/or cosmetic tattoo in the area. A photo must be sent prior to the appointment and a consultation is required 
  • Had Botox less than four weeks prior to your procedure
  • Any treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system as the healing complications would not make you a good candidate for micropigmentation procedures

If you arrive at your appointment with any of the above circumstances, your appointment will be canceled and your deposit will be forfeited so please review our instructions carefully and contact us with any questions.

Please take into consideration that some are better candidates for cosmetic tattooing procedures than others. We cannot guarantee optimal results for the following clients:

  • If you have extremely oily skin, the nano hair stroke technique will not work as well for you. This is because the consistent production of oil will cause the hair strokes to heal with a diffused, softer look and your end result will appear more powdery than defined. The powder brow is ideal for your skin type
  • If you have little to no existing hair, your tattoo will appear more two-dimensional than for those with more hair existing naturally. The combination of hair strokes and powder will provide the most hyper-realistic results 
  • Your pigment may fade sooner if you are a frequent smoker 
  • If you are iron-deficient or anemic, your pigment might also fade sooner, and abnormal bleeding and bruising may occur during and after the procedure

If you’re ready to begin your cosmetic tattoo journey, schedule a consultation with us to start the process.

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