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Make sure to read all the prep and know what to discontinue before your appt.

Please read all policies prior to booking your appointment

We know we have quite a bit of information on our website and that sometimes it may seem like a lot to read prior to booking an appointment. Any cosmetic tattoo service is a permanent change to your appearance, and we want all of our clients to achieve the best results. The best results come from the best, healthy skin as a canvas. Because of that, we have strict guidelines. There are Do's and Don't's that HAVE to be followed leading up to your cosmetic tattoo service. Here is an outline of what to discontinue & what to do to prepare. Please also make sure to read our policies as all booking fees are NONREFUNDABLE.

Day of booking appointment

  • If you have any previous permanent cosmetics, we require you to email us clear photos of your tattoo work for approval before booking, as not all previous work can be covered or tattooed over. If you come in to your appointment with previous work without prior approval from the artist you are booking with and it cannot be touched up or corrected, your booking fee will NOT be returned.

  • If you have ANY current OR prior medical conditions, are on any blood thinning medications or prescribed medications, contact the shop PRIOR to booking as you may not be a candidate for permanent makeup or a doctors note may be required. If you fail to inform us of any medical conditions or any medications and we are unable to tattoo you, your booking fee will NOT be returned.

60 days before appointment 

  • Discontinue any use of ALL facial products containing: Vitamin A or Retinols

  • If you are on ANY medical skin care or any prescribed medications for skin issues, please contact us as they may need to be discontinued longer than 60 days. This includes growth serums

  • If eyeliner is your selected service, no lash lift and tints past this point

30 days before appointment 

  • Discontinue any use of ALL facial products containing: Glycolic or Lactic Acid (AHA acids)

  • No tanning

  • No electrolysis

  • No professional facial treatments, chemical peels, exfoliants, etc

  • If lip blush is your selected service, no injections or fillers past this point

14 days before appointment 

  • No botox, disport or fillers in the area to be tattooed

  • Discontinue fish oil/tumeric supplements

  • No waxing or tweezing past this point

  • If eyeliner is your selected service, any false lashes must be removed

  • If lip blush is your selected service: cold sores are a risk of lip blush tattoo. Even if you do not have a history, it is REQUIRED to all clients to take L-lysine at least 1 week (2 weeks is best) before the appointment and 1-2 weeks following the appointment to reduce the risk. If you have a history of outbreaks, you will be required to go to the doctor for an anti-viral medication PRIOR to any lip procedure to help avoid an outbreak

5 days before appointment

  • If lip blush is your selected service, your lips cannot be dry for the appointment. Exfoliate 5 days before your appointment to remove any dry skin and moisturize continuously

48 hours before appointment 

  • Take some time to find pictures of your selected service that you like so your artist knows what style you are going for

  • Discontinue any over the counter blood thinning medications such as pain killers (aspirin, ibuprofen, etc.)

  • NO ALCOHOL PAST THIS POINT. Yes, not even ONE glass of wine. 

Day of your appointment

  • No working out

  • NO CAFFEINE. This includes coffee, soda and energy drinks

  • You may come in with brow makeup on to show how you fill your brows in

  • Be sure to bring in your ID as this is required to fill out paperwork

  • Give yourself adequate travel time as we do have a 15 minute late policy. We will no be able to accommodate for late arrivals as this will put us behind for our other clients and their scheduled times. Arriving past this time frame will result in booking fee forfeiture

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