After Care

THE HEALING PROCESS

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE FIRST 6-8 WEEKS:

Intensified color and swelling are part of the initial stages of healing. Be patient. Do not freak out. The intensity should regress within 7 days. The sensation can be comparable to that of a slight burn and minimal scabbing and/or flaking may take place. Refrain from picking at your brows as you may run the risk of removing pigment in the process. The true vibrancy of your cosmetic tattoo is achieved between weeks 6 and 8, in the time leading up to then you’ll experience a slight loss in color before it begins to regenerate as your skin naturally exfoliates.

 

10 FACTORS NEGATIVELY EFFECTING YOUR END RESULTS

  1. Soap, Shampoo, or Cleanser exposure to unhealed brows in the first 10 days.

  2. Picking or scratching which can lead to a loss of pigment or scarring.

  3. Placing cosmetic products on unhealed brows in the first 2 weeks.

  4. Threading and Waxing unhealed brows in the first 2-4 weeks.

  5. Exposure to bodies of water with unhealed brows in the first 2 weeks.

  6. Bleach and Dye exposure to unhealed brows in the first 6-8 weeks.

  7. Exercising and Sweating with unhealed brows in the first week.

  8. Bath submersion or over exposure to shower water with unhealed brows in the first 10 days.

  9. Anti Aging products (Retinol’s) + Anti Acne products (Glycolic Acids).

  10. Laser treatments on the area.

  11. If you have any other questions or concerns please call us at (972) 704- 6114 or email at lativalashay@gmail.com


Note: Each result is unique to the client and the information below only acts as a guideline

The Healing Process

Taking care of your new brows after treatment is extremely important to how your eyebrows will look after they are fully healed and the longevity of your eyebrows.

Our Obey Lashay Esthetics Master Artists created a masterpiece fused with your own natural beauty, as they were trained to do, but taking care of it afterwards is your responsibility so we highly recommend to follow these aftercare instructions methodically: