To apply permanent cosmetics in a safe manner, please tell your technician if you have any of the following issues. Light Touch Permanent Makeup Studio will keep all information disclosed in a confidential manner and will use it only for purposes determining whether it is safe to proceed with this procedure.
I will tell my technician if I have been diagnosed with any of the following diseases, condotoins or use any of the following medications:
- Hepatitis A,B,C,D,E,F
- Skin diseases
- Autoimmune diseases
- Herpes zoster
- Current infectious disease/fever
- Cardiovascular problems
- Are you taking blood thinning medications or fish oil?
- Are you pregnant?
- Do you have a pacemaker?
- Do you have a problem with healing wounds?
- Have you consumed drugs or alcohol in the last 24 hours?
- Did you in the last 14 days undergo surgery in which you were exposed to radiation or any other medical interventions, such as chemotherapy?
- Cosmetic fillers
- Allergy to Lidocaine or any other anesthetic
Preparation for Permanent make up procedure :
- please make sure you are not taking alcohol the night before and coffee three hours prior your appointment.
- if you have done permanent makeup before and would like to refresh it, please forward us a good quality picture taken on a day light for our review.
- if you do permanent eyeliner please make sure you take off contact lenses.
- if you are doing Lip Blush and ever experienced cold sores bebore, please make sure you have taken L-Lysine (no prescription needed) at least 7 days prior your appointment.
- if you were on any antibiotics tretment we should wait for 30 days after the treatment was finished. Otherwise, we do not guarantee a perfect result.
- in the order to get the best possible result we kindly asking do not bring relatives and kids for your appointment. If you still willing to bring a company with you we would have to ask them to wait in a waiting area. During a pandemic we kindly ask do not bring anyone with you.
Please note that pregnancy is a strict restriction for any type of permanent procedures.
For breastfeeding women procedures can be fulfilled, but application of anesthesia is not recommended.