Is it painful?

During the procedure, high-quality numbing cream (is a form of a gel based on lidocaine) is used, which completely eliminates any unpleasant sensations.  However, if you have an increased pain threshold, then there may be slight discomfort at the site of the procedure.  To reduce the pain threshold, try not to worry before the procedure – this increases the level of adrenaline in the blood, so anesthetics act worse than usual.


There are a number of contraindications in which tattooing is not recommended, and in some cases is prohibited.  These include:

 – Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

 – Autoimmune diseases.

 – HIV, hepatitis.

 – The tendency to form keloid scars.

 – Poor blood coagulability, hemophilia.

 – Allergy to lidocaine (used as a numbing).

 – Pregnancy and lactation.

How to prepare?

It is necessary not to drink alcohol a day before the procedure, do not drink coffee and strong tea on the day of the procedure.  Do not worry and come to the procedure in a good mood!

So that your mood after lip tattooing is not overshadowed by such a nuisance as herpes, you must consult your doctor in advance. Sometimes they prescribe 12 tablets of 500 mg Valtrex (3 days before and 3 days after the procedure, 1 tablet in the morning and 1 tablet in the evening). Do not forget to ask for a prescription immediately and for a second procedure in a month.

What to expect from the process?

The tattoo procedure consists of several stages:

  •  First, the artist is interested in your wishes regarding the shape and color.
  • Then proceeds to draw the sketch with a cosou look at the sketch, if imetic pencil.  Yt completely suits you, then you can proceed directly to the procedure of tattooing.
  • Numbing cream Before the procedure, the artist applies numbing cream, after which he begins work.  Together with the sketch and time for the impact of numbing, the whole procedure takes 2-3 hours.
  • After 4-6 weeks after the first procedure, you come to the touch up.

How to care?

On the first day immediately after the procedure, it is necessary to wash the area of permanent makeup with soap or gently wipe it with non-alcoholic wipes every one and a half to two hours. The day after the procedure and all subsequent days do not require any special care. Avoid applying creams to the procedure area. If it feels dry, you can apply a small amount of petroleum jelly. However, refrain from applying makeup to the tattooed area until it has completely healed. Do not touch the tattooed area with dirty hands and avoid dusty or dirty environments. Avoid visits to saunas, pools, and tanning beds throughout the entire healing period.

How does the healing process go?

The skin typically takes three to fourteen days to heal. Younger individuals and those with a fast metabolism often experience faster healing. When tattooing the eyelids and lips, slight swelling may occur, but it usually subsides within a few hours.

The healing process following tattooing involves the development of crusts. The thickness of these crusts depends on proper eyebrow care and individual factors. These crusts consist of lymph and some pigment that the body rejects. Crusts typically form on the second or third day after the procedure, and after a day or two, they naturally crack and fall off in small pieces.

It’s crucial not to forcibly remove the crusts yourself. Doing so may prevent the pigment from properly adhering, potentially leading to gaps. Instead, protect the crusts, refrain from scratching them, and avoid exposing them to water.

When can I do touch up?

The results of the tattoo procedure can be accurately assessed no earlier than 4 weeks after the initial treatment. Immediately after the procedure, the pigment’s color appears very intense, but it typically lightens by 30-50% during the healing process.

After the crusts have disappeared, the color may initially appear quite light and, since the skin has not yet fully healed, it might have a slight reddish tint. Over the course of 2-3 weeks, the color gradually intensifies, allowing you to better evaluate the final result and decide if a correction is necessary.

Why do I need touch up?

Often, about a month after complete healing, the pigment may not appear bright enough. This is due to our immune system’s natural tendency to eliminate foreign substances from the body. Additionally, there may be gaps in some areas, which are most commonly associated with improper post-procedure care. These imperfections can be addressed through a touch-up or correction procedure.

The correction should be done after the skin has fully healed, typically no earlier than 28 days and no later than 45 days after the initial procedure. Depending on the desired outcome, the client and the technician can jointly decide to enhance the color saturation or even adjust the tone, making it more solid or cooler. Any areas where the pigment hasn’t properly adhered can be filled in, resulting in a more even tone.

How long does permanent makeup last?

The duration of the effect of permanent makeup procedures typically ranges from 1 to 3 years and depends on various factors, including your skin type, age, body metabolism, exposure to ultraviolet radiation, physical activity, and more. Therefore, the longevity of permanent makeup is a highly individualized aspect and cannot be definitively predicted.

Younger clients often experience shorter-lasting results due to faster skin regeneration and cell turnover. In contrast, the effects tend to last longer on more mature individuals. This is a common trend – the young have some advantages, while the more mature enjoy other benefits.

I want to get eyebrows done but I’m afraid that they will be too dark

There is currently a trend towards natural colors in makeup. This type of makeup is designed to mimic the natural appearance you were born with, making it nearly indistinguishable from your inherent features. Personally, I also prefer this natural look, but everyone has their own preferences, and some individuals desire a more vibrant appearance.

Each person is unique and is evaluated individually based on their color type.

When it’s time to do refresh?

The fact is that any tattoo pigment contains a mixture of various dyes in a specific proportion. Whether we intend it or not, this proportion changes over the years in our skin because the immune system expels various dyes at different rates. Consequently, the color of the tattoo pigment changes, and there comes a point when a corrective procedure becomes necessary.

The timing for a touch-up is individual, as each person’s immune system has its own characteristics. This is done to allow the tattoo holder to modify the shape, color, or size of their tattoo. As we all know, people change over time, altering their clothing style, hairstyles, behaviors, and, of course, their preferences for tattooing. Therefore, it is typically recommended to refresh permanent makeup every 1-3 years.

Is the sun harmful to permanent makeup?

You can sunbathe, but only after the treated area has completely healed. Remember that it’s a micro-wound. For about a week, avoid touching it altogether, during which time the skin will naturally heal and renew itself.

When you are sunbathing, apply a protective cream to the pigmented areas of the skin. This step is essential to prevent the pigment from fading and to ensure the longevity of your tattoo. However, if you can afford to have permanent makeup done frequently, you may choose to skip these safety precautions.

Why is eyebrow tattooing one of the most popular types of permanent makeup? 

Permanent makeup offers a unique opportunity to enhance the color and shape of your eyebrows without compromising your health. An eyebrow tattoo can accentuate or subtly alter the natural contours of your face while providing a more vibrant hue to naturally light hair, resulting in a more expressive appearance.

Why are the prices of the procedures so different for different artists?

The artist’s price should align with the quality of service provided. It should not be on par with the cost of a manicure or eyelash extensions. Tattooing, unlike these services, endures for a much longer period, and a skilled artist cannot and should not undervalue their work. However, the procedure’s cost should not be exorbitant, as is sometimes encountered in heavily advertised salons.

The price of tattooing encompasses the artist’s qualifications and experience, as well as the expenses related to high-quality equipment and pigments, which can be quite costly.

Pigments and devices:

Dear customers, our artist exclusively utilizes cutting-edge techniques for natural-looking permanent makeup, employing the latest state-of-the-art equipment and high-quality pigments of natural origin. These products are sourced from reputable U.S. manufacturers that have undergone international certification and fully comply with American and European standards for quality and safety.