***Before all procedures, all customers are required to complete and submit a DISCLOSURE & RELEASE form.***

If you usually get your eyebrows shaped, do so at least a week in advance. Bring some reference pictures of shape and colouring and fill your brows as you usually do to give an idea of your desired shape.

Do not take blood thinning medications for at least 72 hours prior to the procedure. (Vitamin E, fish oil, Aspirin, Niacin, Ibuprofen, Midol, Alieve, Advil etc.)

Bring your medication with you to take right after the procedure (and consult with your doctor before stopping them prior to the appointment.)

Do not plan a trip for at least 14 days after the procedure.

Do not drink alcohol two days before or on the day of the procedure.

Do not tan 30 days before or after the procedure. If you arrive to the appointment with a sunburn, you will not be able to have the procedure and will forfeit your deposit.

Do not work out 3 hours before and arrive with a full stomach.

Limit caffeine before the procedure.

No facials, botox, fillers, peels or cosmetic surgeries 6 weeks prior to the appointment.


Do not have eyelash extensions on for the appointment, have them removed a
week before. (They can be added again 6 weeks after.)

No lash growth serums for two weeks prior.

No lash curling or tinting 7 weeks before. (This can be resumed 4 weeks after.)

Wear glasses to the appointment, do not wear your contact lenses. Continue to wear them for 2 weeks.


To avoid complications and a cold sore outbreak, you MUST obtain prescription ZOVIROX / VALTREX from your physician. Start the prescription 3 days prior to the procedure and continue 4 days post procedure. Most people cannot remember if they have had a cold sore (even once), so every client should take this medication as a preventative measure. *The medication is to prevent an outbreak but this cannot be guaranteed.

*We expect you to have given these procedures serious consideration and have made an informed decision being aware of the possible risks. Be aware that 2% of the population has the possibility of an allergic reaction to the procedure. There is a possibility of inconsistent spreading or fanning of colour, colour changes when reacting with the skin, infection, keloid scarring, and corneal abrasions.