You must be 18 years or older. You must be a new client or have your previous artists' work faded by AT LEAST 70% (photos are also required). You may still not qualify for brows despite having old tattoo work faded and the judgement will be mine. If you plan on getting pregnant please note that I do not hold appointments for 9+ months and do not work on those who are currently pregnant/breastfeeding infants under a year. I cannot perform services on those who are taking most cancer medications, those who currently have cancer, HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis A+B, Psoriasis, active eczema on the face, open facial wounds, or Rosacea. If you have extremely sensitive, very oily skin, are anemic, are prone to keloids, have extremely loose, thin, or very damaged skin, currently suffering from Shingles-- this procedure will likely not work for you. If you are a heavy tobacco smoker, frequent tanner, beach goer( even. with. a. hat. ), .. your brows will fade much more quickly than those who do not. If you actively take blood thinners, the effects of those medications will cause you to bleed more, which results in very poor pigment absorption and dilutes the color. Often times, they speed up the rate of pigment metabolism, fading the brows and exposing the tones(red, green, blue, gray etc, not cute!). Facial fillers, Botox, other similar injectables, ANY and all Retin-A , Retinol/Retinoid, and AHA products applied above the eyes and nose may affect your brow work and cause pre-mature fading. I suggest to all clients that they wait at least 2 weeks post any touch up to have any Filler or Botox injectables performed. These skin care regimes are fine to have done, just know your brows made fade much faster.
*As always, actual results vary person to person.