- If I have diabetes, epilepsy, hepatitis, hemophilia, HIV-AIDS or any other communicable disease, heart condition or taking medication that thins my blood, I have advised my tattooer
- I am not pregnant, nursing or under the influence of drugs and alcohol
- I do not have medical skin conditions such as acne, scarring (keloid), eczema, psoriasis, freckles, moles, or sunburn in the area to be tattooed
- I acknowledge it’s not reasonably possible for the employees of Naked Face to determine If I might have an allergic reaction to the pigments or processes used in my tattoo
- I acknowledge infection is always possible in the event that I do not properly take care of my tattoo. I have received aftercare suggestions and agree to take care of my tattoo to the best of my ability
- I am at least 18 years of age and that obtaining a tattoo is my choice alone.
- I understand that if I have any skin treatments, laser hair removal, plastic surgery or other skin altering procedures may result in adverse changes to my tattoo.
- Wear a mask except when eating, drinking, or sleeping for 2 weeks post procedure
- Do not wear lipstick, lip-gloss, or any other lip treatments other than the ointment/ cold sore medications
- Always wash hands with warm water for 30 seconds and apply ointment with a clean cotton swab (Don’t touch the tip of the cotton swab to the nozzle of the ointment)
- Consume liquids only through a straw for 1-2 weeks (disposable preferred)
- Brush teeth with a new toothbrush with plain water for 72 hours post procedures & then resume using a new tube of toothpaste.
-Avoid salty, oily, spicy, acidic foods and alcohol for 1-2 weeks.
- It’s recommended that artificial tears be used every 1-2 hours. A steroid drop maybe prescribed.
- At bedtime Ophthalmic Ointment (Recover- All) should be applied by gently dabbing with a new cotton swab along the eyelash of the upper and lower lids. Please do not get ointment in the eyes, if so, rinse with water.
- Swelling and bruising of the eyelids is normal and some pigment maybe expected to flake off.
- Baths, showers, and swimming are permitted if the face doesn’t get wet (preferably after 2 weeks or after the pigment scabs over).
- Concealer or foundation can be used if marking and bruising is present. Be careful applying eyeshadow. Mascara and eyeliner are not permitted (after 2 weeks or after pigment scab overs).
- Contacts are prohibited during the procedure. Please allow 48-72 hours, an eye doctor should give final clearance.
- You may experience light sensitivity in the first 24-48 hours and wearing sunglasses for the first week is recommended.
- Do not take any Aspirin.
- Tylenol or other pain relievers maybe taken 1 hour prior to the procedure
- Avoid wearing contact lenses during eyeliner procedure
- Consult your doctor for any specific concerns such as surgeries, current medications, or blood thinners
POST TREATMENT/ AFTERCARE
If during the first 14 days post procedure you experience any symptoms of illness such as:
-Loss of Taste & Smell
Please seek medical attention and notify your permanent makeup technician ASAP as changes occur.
1. Apply icepacks 10-15 minutes each hour for the first 3 hours following the procedures to help with swelling. It’s important to place a barrier between the icepack to prevent frostbite. After the first 24 hours the ice is no longer beneficial.
2. Do not take aspirin. Tylenol is recommended for temporary pain relief.
3. Apply a light layer of aftercare ointment two times a day (morning & night).
4. Normal activity at home can be resumed, avoid heavy exercises, weightlifting, and aerobic dancing.
5. Fading or loss of pigmentation may occur and flaking of the pigment is normal.
6. No sauna or hot steam showers for 14 days.
7. No facials, Botox, chemical treatments, or microdermabrasion for 4 weeks.
8. Do not use Neosporin or Vaseline