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  • Is a non-surgical facelift painful?
    There is no serious pain involved: With a non-surgical facelift, there is minimal discomfort and pain experienced by the patient throughout the treatment. This is good news for those who are nervous about such procedures.
  • How long does a non-surgical facelift last?
    In fact, most non-surgical facelift appointments take only a few minutes to an hour at most to complete. Results can last anywhere from 3-4 months or even as many as two years, depending upon the type of treatment given.
  • What can you not do after eyebrow tint?
    Avoid washing your hair, eyelids, eyelashes, eyebrows, or swimming for 24 hours, as these activities can cause the tint results to fade. Also avoid exfoliating facial cleansers. Those containing AHA's or other chemical exfoliates may decrease the life of your tint.
  • What to expect from eyebrow tinting?
    In addition to adding depth and dimension to a look, brow tinting can also add length to the end of a brow, where our hairs tend to be lighter and finer. Over the course of three to four weeks, the tint slowly begins to fade away, so you don't have to worry about a messy grow out period like you do with hair color.
  • How do you prepare for eyebrow tinting?
    Before arriving at the salon, make sure your brows are clean from any makeup, sweat, or beauty products. Avoid plucking your brows for at least a week before your appointment, as your esthetician will dye the fine hairs around your brow to create your new shape.
  • How long does it take for eyebrow tint to lighten?
    Your normal cleansing routine, paired with the natural oils on your face being secreted will help to fade your brow tint in around 5-7 days.
  • How long does eyebrow tinting last for?
    The consensus among experts is that eyebrow tinting will last between three to eight weeks. Factors in how long your tinting will last include: the type of dye. how hard you scrub your face.
  • How do you maintain eyebrow tint?
    Clean brows will ensure the tint can absorb properly. DO wash your face and shower after eyebrow tinting. Try to avoid applying oil based products directly on your eyebrows or using harsh face washes that will lighten the tint more quickly. DON'T hit the beach or go swimming after eyebrow tinting.
  • What are the rules after a lash lift?
    Do not get your lashes wet for the first 24 hrs. Do not use harsh products on your eyes/lashes. Use of Sauna/Steam is possible after 24hrs but may weaken the effect of the lift. No eye make up for 24 hours.
  • How many lash fills before new set?
    After your full set, you can continue to get refills for as long as you like. There is no reason to remove your lashes and get a full set unless you are completely changing styles; for example, from volume to classic. As long as you are cleaning your lashes atleast once a week with lash soap and wearing a length that is safe for you natural lashes, you can wear lashes for years with no damage.
  • When should I wash my lash extensions?
    When to Comb Your Lashes. Most individuals schedule their lash care routine for the morning when they first wake up (because lashes can shift as you sleep), after applying makeup, after showering and after cleansing your lash line. Many people comb their lashes more than once a day.
  • How many lash extensions fall out a day?
    One to five lashes. How many eyelash extensions fall out per day? One to five lashes fall out a day, depending on the person, their age, health, lifestyle, and a thousand other factors. It is perfectly normal and occurs with or without eyelash extensions.
  • What not to do when you have lash extensions?
    For the first 48 hours after application, avoid taking a shower, washing your eyes, or getting your eyelash extensions wet. Water can affect the glue, causing the bond to become brittle and easy to break.
  • How often should I brush my lash extensions?
    Daily. To take care of your eyelash extensions, brush your lashes daily to prevent crisscrossing. A simple 15–20 second sweep through your lashes in the morning will put stray lashes in their place.
  • How do you sleep with eyelash extensions?
    Sleep on your back. If you're already a back sleeper, this should be easy for you. Sleeping on your back is the best way to prevent your extensions from being damaged during the night. The more the lashes touch your pillow, the more likely it's going to get tugged off.
  • How do you wash your face after an eyelash lift?
    Wash the lower half of your face the way you usually do, and use a wet cotton pad to clean the area around your eyes and your forehead. From day 3, you can splash water on your eyes as much as you want – water can't damage your lash lift anymore.
  • How should I prepare for my appointment?
    Think about what type of look you want to achieve and/or the color palette, brands or products you want your esthetician to use. You may bring inspirational photos to your appointment.
  • What hygiene standards and safety regulations are in place for services?
    The health and safety of our clients and esthetician is our highest priority. Our services hygiene and safety standards were developed based on guidance from federal, state and local authorities and include the following: Health and safety prescreen questions for Beauty Advisors and clients before the service begins, as guided by local ordinance. Personal Protective Equipment including gloves and face mask where required by local ordinance will be worn by Beauty Advisors during all services. Both Beauty Advisors and clients are required to sanitize their hands before each service begins using hand sanitizer.
  • What age do I need to be to receive a beauty service?
    Clients who are under 12 years old cannot receive waxing services. There are no age limits for receiving Makeup and Skincare services.
  • What's the aftercare process?
    Day One If your brows are oozing plasma and/or blood after the procedure, take a wet q-tip and gently wipe away the excess every two hours until bedtime. This will prevent a thick scab from forming. When washing your face, wash around the brows. Avoid washing directly in the brow area. It is ok for your brows to get wet. Avoid the shower head stream to hit you directly in the face for the first 7 days.. Gently pat your brows with a clean towel to ensure the tattoo is completely dry. Never rub your brows. Day 2-4 After day 2, there should be no oozing or blood. Keep them clean and dry and allow them to breathe so they can heal. Avoid excessive sweating for the next few days as the skin is still open. (i.e. gym, working out). Once the area has healed over it is fine to resume exercise. Day 4-6 The brow area will be dry and start to scab. You may experience itching and flaking. Using a q-tip, apply a plain unscented lotion as needed. A minimal amount is sufficient, just enough to keep it moisturized and to aid with the flaking and itchiness. Do not pick at scabs or peeling skin during this phase. Aside from applying lotion, try to avoid touching the brow area altogether. Day 6-12 The scabs will begin to flake off exposing a faint tattoo underneath. The tattoo will look foggy and light in colour, some strokes may seem to have disappeared. The sharpness will return gradually as the dead skin slowly sloughs off over the next couple weeks. During this peeling stage, moisturize as often as needed with a natural fragrance-free moisturizer. Day 12-30 No extra precautions need to be taken at this point. There is generally a very thin layer of dead skin covering the area at this stage, which is contributing to lack of sharpness however this dead skin will continue to flake off over the next couple weeks. The upper layers of the skin heal faster than the layers below. Although your tattoo might look great at this point, your skin is still healing underneath. DO NOT… Pick the scabs or any peeling skin. Allow the scabs to fall off naturally. Never pick or pull the scabs off. Doing so can cause the pigment to be pulled off. Scratch your tattoo Expose your tattoo to sun. When the tattoo is new, your skin is raw and healing which makes it more sensitive to the sun. Once your tattoo has healed, you can apply sunscreen to the area when going out in the sun. Constant exposure to the sun can cause the tattoo to fade prematurely. Submerge in water. No swimming, saunas or steam rooms for two weeks. You want the area to stay dry. Do not apply Polysporin, Vaseline or any product containing Lanolin or healing agents.
  • Do I need to tweeze or thread my brows before the appointment?
    Please don't do anything to your brows before coming to your appointment. We can clean up your brows after we've decided on the shape and before we start the procedure.
  • Am I a good candidate for Permanent Makeup/Microblading?
    You may not be a good candidate for permanent makeup/microblading if you have any of the following conditions: Taking Isotretinoin (Accutane) Pregnant or Nursing Tendency to Keloid scar (please contact me) Botox in the brow area which has altered the placement of your brows (please wait 2 months for the effects to wear off) Under the age of 18 Serious diseases that can affect your body's healing process, such as cancer or autoimmune disorders (please consult with your physician) Bleeding Disorders (please consult with your physician)
  • How long will it last?
    Permanent makeup generally lasts up to three years. The pigment is placed under the dermis and cannot be washed or rubbed off so in that sense it is considered permanent. It is often referred to as "semi-permanent" because a touch-up will be required at some point. The cosmetic tattoo will begin to fade over time. The longevity of your cosmetic tattoo will depend on many factors such as the color of pigment used, skin type, lifestyle (sun exposure) and treatment of skin (dermabrasion, chemical peels, etc.).
  • What should I do before my appointment?
    Do not drink alcohol, ibuprofen or caffeine 24 hours before your appointment. This can cause excessive bleeding. You can wear makeup to the appointment if you prefer. All makeup will be removed from your brows before we start. Women should not book their appointment during their menstrual cycle as the body is more sensitive during this time causing the procedure to be more painful.
  • How do I know the equipment is clean and sterile?
    Our needles are sealed and packaged and opened right before starting the procedure. They are only used for one procedure and then safely discarded. Our trays, beds, and other instruments are sterilized before and after every procedure.
  • How long does the procedure take?
    The appointment generally takes 2-3 hours from start to finish. This is not a rushed procedure and we ensure ample time is allotted.
  • How long does healing take?
    Initially, the cosmetic tattoo will be darker and slight redness and swelling may occur. IF redness and swelling are present, it tends to disappear within an hour. Although the cosmetic tattoo may appear darker initially, it's generally not noticeable to others. You can return to normal activities immediately. There is no downtime. The tattoo will start to lighten and look more natural over the following weeks.
  • Does it hurt?
    Some clients describe minimal pain and discomfort comparable to threading or waxing; while others report barely any pain. The amount of pain will depend on the client's pain tolerance and body's reaction to anesthetic. We use two types of very effective topical anesthetic. We always do our best to make sure you are comfortable. Anesthetic can be applied throughout the procedure at any time if needed.
  • What should clients avoid for at least 24 to 48 hours after waxing?
    What should clients avoid for at least 24 to 48 hours after waxing? Avoid heavy exercise for at least 24 hours after waxing. Avoid saunas, steam rooms, whirlpools and other heated sources for at least 48 hours. Do not use exfoliating products (AHAs, scrubs, etc) and loofas for at least 24 hours after waxing as they might further irritate your skin.
  • What should I wear to my wax appointment?
    You should wear comfortable and loose pants or a skirt both to the appointment and probably for the rest of the day afterwards. You will likely be sore after the waxing, so a pair of tight pants would be a bad idea for this appointment.
  • What should you do before any waxing service?
    Exfoliate the treatment area to remove all dead skin that may hamper treatment. Ensure your hair is at least the length of a grain of rice. Avoid hot tubs, saunas, and tanning beds. Avoid direct sunlight and any sun damage
  • How long does it take to see results from body sculpting?
    Although patients will experience some swelling for the first several weeks, some fat reduction and body contouring results are immediately noticeable, with full results seen in 3-6 months post-procedure.
  • What should you not do before body sculpting?
    Do not eat two hours before treatment. Remove any lotion from your skin before the treatment. Shave any body hair near and in the area to be treated. Do not drink caffeine or alcohol a day before the treatment.
  • How do you get the best results after body sculpting?
    Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle. CoolSculpting only targets specific areas of fat, not the whole body. Drink Plenty of Water. Massage the Treated Area. Wear Loose Clothing or a Compression Garment. Avoid NSAIDs. Manage Expectations. Attend Follow-Up Treatments.
  • What do you wear to spa when on period?
    Your best choice for menstrual products for swimming is either a tampon or a menstrual cup.
  • What should you not do after a spa?
    Stay off the alcohol and cigarettes Most spa treatments expel toxins by releasing them into your blood stream, from where they are gradually pushed out of the body – usually over 24 hours. Drinking alcohol and smoking can dehydrate your body and further increase toxicity, so avoid these for at least a full day.
  • How do I prepare for a spa session?
    Eat lightly before arriving at the spa, so you don't feel heavy and full during your time there. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water before, during and after your visit. Massages and hot humid conditions, such as in a sauna, are wonderful for detoxing and relaxing, but they cause your body to lose fluid.
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