Yes! It is a stipulation from all insurance companies, if you haven’t been asked to attend a patch test, you can’t be sure your technician is insured.
It depends, any blood thinning medication or medication with blood thinning side effects is not suitable for treatment. Accutane medications used to treat severe acne are a contraindication to treatment. It’s always best to ask your practitioner prior to your treatment and give them a list of any medications you may be taking.
Whilst every care is taken to ensure client comfort by using topical over the counter numbing creams, we cannot guarantee a pain free experience as some people can be resistant to these creams.
The simple answer is no. Only once breastfeeding has stopped.
Yes, however the pattern is different to that used with women.
This depends on many factors, metabolism, skin care regime, skin type, medications, lifestyle and age. Typically, it can last from 9 months on oily skin to 2 years on dry skin.
This again depends on many factors. Crusting is usually gone by day 7, however it takes a full 30 days (sometimes more on mature skin) for the skin to have fully healed.
Usually between 1-1.5 hours. However please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment time to apply numbing cream.
Much like microblading there are many factors that alter the answer, machine treatments can last up to 5 years, although a ‘refresh’ to keep the colour and brightness of your treatment at the 2-year mark is expected. The machine process can take a little longer than microblading, please allow 2.5 hours.
Yes, we do, we are so confident in our team and their abilities that we will give you your money back if you are not happy.
Unfortunately not, as we are using needles, it is not only unsafe but non-compliant with our insurance policy.
No, some skin types just aren’t suitable for microblading. For those that aren’t, the machine method will be offered.
We don’t take a deposit, we take a booking fee- this secures your appointment date and comes off the total cost of your treatment.
Yes. We require a minimum 48 hours’ notice to give us time to re fill your time slot. If less than 48 hours’ notice is given, you will lose your booking fee and need to pay it again for any future appointments.
Yes, if you suffer from cold sores lip treatments can cause outbreaks.
It usually takes around 10 days for the skin to heal, firstly it can be red and a little tender for a few days, then the skin goes a little dry.
The results are permanent however the vibrancy of the colour fades over time as with any Tattoo. It is suggested to have a touch up session after around 2 years to keep the colour and vibrancy.
Yes, three sessions are the usual amount for each client, this gives you the optimal and lasting desired effect.
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