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Caring for your Micropigmentation Before & After Your Appointment

Even if you have had Micropigmentation or tattoos done in the past, there is important information you will need to know both before and after your appointment. This will ensure that the appointment and the healing process both go as smoothly as possible. 


Before your micropigmentation or tattoo appointment, please fill out, sign and bring each of the following forms with you to your appointment:

General Forms (ALL CLIENTS)

COVID-19 Liability Release


Forms (Brow Clients)

Client Consent 

Client Medical Profile

Pre-Procedure Instructions

Post Procedure Care & Healing Schedule

Forms (Lip Clients)

Client Consent 

Client Medical Profile

Lip Blush Pre/Post Care& Healing Schedule

Forms (Eyeliner Clients)

Client Medical Profile

Pre-Procedure Instructions

Post Procedure Care & Healing Schedule

Forms (Tiny Tattoo Clients)

Client Consent

Client Medical Profile

Post Care Instructions

Forms (Procell Clients)

Pre-Procedure Instructions

Client Consent and Screening

Post Care Instructions/Post Care Instructions

**We will not be able to perform the procedure, and your appointment will be cancelled, if you have one of the listed contraindications (see below), didn't follow all the before care, or will engage in an activity that will interfere with your aftercare & healing process. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who we deem not suitable for this procedure or for any other reason.

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  • Allergy to topical makeup, dyes and/or numbing agents - (Gold, silver and nickel, lidocaine, prilocaine, benzocaine, tetracaine or epinephrine)

      **Please make us aware of any allergies upon booking.

  • Pregnant and/or Nursing


  • Hepatitis B/C

  • Lupus

  • Diabetes Type 1

  • Active Skin Disorders: Cold Sores, Shingles, Impetigo, Psoriasis (within 1” of the area to be treated), Eczema, Pink Eye, SunBurn, Severe Acne, Warts

  • Active Vitiligo

  • Blood Disorders: Sickle cell, Hemophilia

  • Keloid formation

  • Severe Rosacea

  • On Antibiotics

  • On blood thinning medication


  • Topical creams/Accutane or other strong retinoids (Must wait 6 months after treatment ends)

  • Retinol/Retin-A (Discontinued 7 days prior to procedure)

  •  Injections (Botox, Radiesse, JuvaDerm, Voluma, etc.) ( 2 weeks before or 2 weeks after the procedure)

  • After chemical peels (60 days before or after procedure)

  • Latisse (Discontinued at least 3 months prior to your eyeliner procedure)



  • Diseases such as cancer, epilepsy, and autoimmune disorders 

  • Diabetes

  • Current or completed chemotherapy treatments (within the last 2 years)

  • Circulatory disorder

  • Bleeding disorders 

  • Artificial heart valves

  • Heart, blood, and/or liver disorders/diseases

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