I want to get the tattoo done in your clinic

FAQ

  1. Why do you need to come in for a follow-up visit 1-2 months later?
    The skin after the procedure is regenerated not only from the outside (it is visible) but also the regeneration of tissues inside (this you will not see). Therefore, such a period is recommended. If done earlier, more pigment will be rejected, perhaps the regeneration process will be more difficult since the skin that has not yet fully healed will be injured. These terms are not chosen by chance. 
  2. The crust begins to fall off, and almost nothing is under it. Will be there nothing left?
    This is completely normal. This is due to the fact that your skin is now in the active regeneration stage. Under the crusts, a new skin area was formed, more dense and opaque. The pigment beneath it seems very pale or invisible at all. The pigment will appear after 3-3,5 weeks. 
  3. Crusts come off and under them, there is absolutely no pigment, just skin. What should I do?
    This is normal. The pigment will show up by the 3rd week after the 1st procedure. 
  4. I did the procedure and one eyebrow is lighter than the other and in shape slightly different. What do I do?
    Sometimes even different parts of the skin of one eyebrow lead with a pigment of itself in different ways. Therefore, do not worry if you have little asymmetry or a discrepancy in color after the first procedure. Is will fix this on a follow-up visit. The most important rule of the technician of our clinic is not to harm, and in many cases, the technician is left unfinished after the first procedure, and this is normal. 
  5. I was told that tattooing lasts 3 years and in some cases, I heard that tattooing lasts from 5-10 years and you write about is lasting 1 year.
    Tattooing, which 5 years cannot look natural since the pigment is injected deeply. Often such a tattoo is a blue eyebrow. If you want your blue eyebrows - then we are not your clinic. I strive for naturalness and the best way tattooing to be done every 1 to 2 years. 
  6. I want to get the tattoo done in your clinic, but am I not aloud to wet my eyebrows for a week?
    Eyebrows can not be wetted until the crust is completely descended. This is due to the fact that it is the crust that helps to keep the pigment in the skin during the healing process. If it is wetted or damaged in any other way - there is a very high probability that the pigment will not take root at this point. 
  7. Why does the follow-up visit cost money?
    Correction is the same full procedure - it will work on throughout the tattoo zone, and not only where there are shortcomings.
  8.  How does the master choose the shape of the eyebrows? And how can I see the eyebrows and how they look after the procedure? 
    Before the work,  I choose the shape of the eyebrows with you and draws the sketch with a cosmetic pencil. While you do not agree on the form, I will not start work. Also, you can sign up for a consultation to create the sketch of eyebrows before the procedure.
  9.  Is it true that after the tattoo, the hair on the eyebrows ceases to grow or begins to grow in the opposite direction?
    This is nothing more than a myth. With the procedure, the needle simply cannot reach the hair follicle and affect the growth of the hair. Although, a definite change in the growth of hair after the procedure is. And this change is positive. Strangely enough, in most cases, after the procedure, the hair begins to grow even in those places of the eyebrow, where they have long been gone. Dermatologists explain this effect by the fact that the metabolism in the cells of the epidermis improves, caused by the regeneration of skin tissues after the procedure.
  10. What technic do you use for the eyebrows? 
    I use several techniques for tattooing eyebrows: hair stroke, feathering, pixel, dot work, soft tap, shading, powder, microblading.
  11.  11-And is it necessary that the pigment immediately after the crusts will invisible?
    The healing process takes place individually, but in most cases, the skin at this time is in the active regeneration stage. And under the crusts, a new skin area is formed, more dense and opaque. The pigment beneath it seems very pale or invisible at all. The pigment is manifested after 3-3,5 weeks. 
  12. If I once did a tattoo, do you need refreshment every 1-1.5 years for your entire life?
    You can not update the tattoo, and after a while, it will turn into a haze, and then completely ceases to be visible. Just once you make a tattoo, you will understand how comfortable it is. It's like a car. Greatly saves time.
  13. When can I wet my eyebrows after the procedure?
    As soon as the peeling finish - you can immediately wet the skin area. 
  14. Why do you need to wait 1-2 months before the correction?
    The skin after the procedure is regenerated not only from the outside (it is visible) but also the regeneration of tissues inside (this you will not see). Therefore, such a period is recommended. If done earlier, more pigment will be rejected, perhaps the regeneration process will be more difficult since the skin that has not yet fully healed will be injured. These terms are not chosen by chance.
  15.  What is the likelihood that the pigment on eyebrows can change it's color to blue or red?
    My creed is the maximum naturalness. I always try to make the most natural and inconspicuous procedures for others. It is the first procedure that I carefully choose colors. The permanent make-up from the incorrectly chosen colors and the deep penetration of the pigment into the skin turns blue. For example, there are brownish-red colors that need to be added to the mixes drip, for shades. Some "masters" use them in their pure form, as a result - red eyebrows after a while. Blue eyebrows give an open black color, which is absolutely impossible to work on the face. I  use special pigments and a special technique for making result which makes it possible to obtain a natural result without undesirable shades. 
  16. What is the possibility to do a tattoo on eyebrows when they're dense or if I have oily skin?
    If you have dense, oily skin, I recommend the pixel, dot work or powder technique. Usually, it gets better than hairs. However, the choice is always yours.
  17.  Is it true that tattooing lasts about a year? What does it depend on?
    Traces of permanent make-up can sometimes remain very long, up to 10 years. But in good quality, permanent make-up, performed for the first time, with one repeated procedure (ie, follow-up visit), lasts from six months to one and a half years. That is, you will need to update about once a year, it all depends on your lifestyle (for example, if you like sunbathing, often do face skin peelings, etc., actively go in for sports, etc.) the time between updates can be reduced. It is impossible to predict in advance how much pigment will last, it is impossible to take into count many factors (metabolism, your age - on the aging skin, tattooing lasts much longer, skin care after the procedure, etc.). In any case, keep in mind - permanent make-up is a procedure that cannot be done once and for all.
  18.  After the procedure, will I look normal and be able to go to work?
    3-5 days after the procedure, light peeling forms, it takes about a week. The view is quite presentable and you can freely go to work and leave the house. 
  19. Does the sun affect the coloring after tattooing?
    When being in the sun, it is necessary to apply sunscreen with an SPF factor of 30-50 to the tattoo area. Since the technique is superficial and the pigment is very prone to burnout.
  20.  What happens to the tattoo after 2, 3, 10 or more years?
    Over time (and in each case this interval is individual, but on average this is a year and a half), tattooing begins to lose its saturation. Of course, you will not wake up one morning without any tattoo, the color goes away gradually. Once you notice these changes, it's time to update. After all, do you cut, color or care for your nails all the time? The skin, in the same way, is regenerated continuously, and periodic renewal is necessary. 
  21. How does the hyaluronic acid (gel) in the lips affect the result of the procedure?
    Permanent make-up can be done no earlier than six-eight months after the procedure, but rather before pumping, give the tattoo to heal completely and only then do injections of a gel or acid 
  22. Is it possible to use makeup during the healing of the eyebrows?
    If you have tattooed eyebrows, then you can use makeup to your eyes and use powder, even if the crusts have not fallen off. For Eyebrows, you can us make up only after the complete convergence of crusts.
  23. Through what time it is possible to do tattoo after Botox injections? 
    Permanent make-up can be done no earlier than 1.5 months after the procedure.Preferably before tattoo - then give the tattoo to heal and only then do the Botox injections,  gel or acid. 
  24. I am not happy with my old tattoo - Can you paint over the old tattoo to change it to another color?
    In case you have a tattoo and you want to fix it, just tattooing here will not help, you need laser removal. And only after laser removal and complete healing can you do a new procedure. Usually, the removal takes from three months to six months. Otherwise, you risk getting two or three-color eyebrows.
  25. What if suddenly the pigment does not remain in the skin?
    In 5% of cases, this is possible, in this case, an additional procedure will be necessary.
  26. Can I do tattooing if I have diabetes?
    I do not do it permanent make-up with insulin-dependent diabetes. For mild forms of diabetes, tattooing is possible, but only after consultation with the attending GP. 
  27. Can the hair strokes on a tattoo on the eyebrows possibly blur?
    Sometimes it happens that the hairs stroke in the skin "blur", it depends on the properties of the skin, which neither you or the technician cannot control. It is noticed that the fatter , dense and younger the skin, the more likely the hairs may become blurred. Before starting the procedure, i will try to determine the possibility of drawing hairs, not every skin is capable of retaining them, so sometimes it is advisable to make an of shading technique. If the hairs technique was chosen and they lay down badly, the correction procedure is corrected by drawing, or by redrawing the hairs, or by performing tattooing already in the technique of shading. 
  28. Can I do eyeliner tattoo with eyelash extensions?
    In order for the result of the procedure to coincide with your expectations, you need to remove the lash extension. 
  29. Why can not wet my eyebrows after tattooing and for how long?
    Eyebrows can not be wetted until the crust is completely descended. This is due to the fact that it is the crust that helps to keep the pigment in the skin. If it is wetted or damaged in any other way - there is a very high probability that the pigment will not take root at this point.

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Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos (permanent pigmentation of the dermis) as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup.

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Before | After Care

Cold packs have not shown to make a noticeable difference in reducing permanent makeup swelling, but they feel good on the skin and are a comfort measure.

The BRO-VO eyebrows are mix of two technique Hair stroke and light powder finish technique.

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TREATMNETS

Eyebrows frame your face and open up your eyes. Perfectly shaped eyebrows provide symmetry to the face.

A detailed consultation is given before the procedure to discuss your desired look. This includes colour, design, and skin tone

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