Part of what IPC does in it's permanent makeup procedures is correct past make up procedures conducted by someone who may not be as experienced in the industry.CORRECTIVE PERMANENT MAKEUP
Correction treatment is a 3 part process usually completed within 2 easy appointments. However, corrections must be evaluated on a case by case basis and also depending on the original permanent makeup procedure.CONSULTATION
The first part is a consultation. We will discuss the type of look you would like to achieve and make recommendations. Our technicians advise the best shape for your facial structure and the best color for your skin tone. All drawings and measurements are made with eyebrow pencils and adjusted until you are happy with how your brows look.
We can then schedule your procedure date, a deposit is required before procedure!
The procedure is known as micro pigmentation and micro blading. The brow area is numbed using a topical ointment, this will keep you comfortable during the procedure. We use a special facial tattooing machine to apply the pigment (color) into the dermal layer of your skin. This procedure is also known as Micro pigmentation. Permanent eyebrow treatment can take up to a couple of hours.
A follow up appointment is required.
Please note: Individual results may vary. You must allow up at least 4 to 6 weeks for healing, and you cannot determine full results until area is healed. At your follow up appointment, it will be determined if a touch up is necessary to add more pigments to the area, for some people the pigment may not "hold' as well due to the skin (some people have tough thick skin). Remember, you cannot not determine end result of procedure immediately after appointment. Please adhere to the after care instructions that are given to you at the end of your appointment, by failing to follow the aftercare instructions may result is poor color retention and a longer healing process.
A second appointment is needed 4-12 weeks after your first treatment. This is usually a 30-60 minute appointment to add more pigment to the brow area. This is because as the area is healing, some parts may not ‘hold’ as well as others and you may have a few patches that need more color. This is completely normal and everyone heals differently. Whatever the case, we advise you always come back.