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Although thresholds vary from person-to-person, at Bold Beauty Ink, we utilize a primary numbing agent and a very effective secondary anesthetic, which keeps discomfort minimal. Most clients say they don’t feel a thing, whereas more sensitive skin types describe it as a light scratching sensation rather than pain. You would be surprised how many people sleep through the procedure!

Healing is definitely a process, as your brows will change on their journey to being completely healed—between 4-6 weeks. The most drastic changes will occur between 5 to 10 days and your brows may seem darker, shed lightly and appear light or uneven. This is due to new skin cells healing over the pigment. You ought to notice them even back out around 4-6 weeks. With proper after-care, you will not experience any heavy scabbing or “scary” looking eyebrows, but you will notice some flaking, especially if your procedure included shading.

A common misconception about PMU is that since it is “Permanent Makeup” it only has to be done once and looks great for the rest of a person’s life. In reality, permanent makeup pigment will slowly fade but not entirely disappear, over time so that it can be adjusted as clients age and their facial structure changes. Most clients choose to have an annual or biennial color boost session to keep the color looking rich and radiant.
A combination of your skin type, lifestyle, pigment color, and sun exposure will affect the rate at which your treatment fades. Ways to help keep your permanent makeup treatment around longer is to apply sunscreen to the area after it is healed to block sun exposure, and avoid chemical peels and laser treatments in that area. UV rays and skincare regimens that exfoliate and regenerate (including anti-aging topical products) are the primary culprits behind premature fading.
Adhering to after-care instructions is essential to promote healing and to help lock in the pigment.

Yes! Skin trauma on the lips caused by lip blushing can activate the virus in your system, which can result in a cold sore outbreak. In order to mitigate that risk, please see your physician to receive a prescription antiviral such as Acyclovir or Valaciclovir (Valtrex) prior to your appointment.

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              History of Keloid Scarring
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              Autoimmune diseases
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