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When you come in for your appointment, it's helpful to bring along a few reference photos showing the shape and style of brows you prefer, or alternatively, brows you dislike. Feel free to fill in your brows as usual, so I can see the shape and style you're accustomed to. If you regularly shape, wax, thread, or tint, try to do so at least three days before your appointment for the best results. Don't do anything to your brows normally? No problem! Come as you are.

To ensure everything goes smoothly, it's best to schedule your appointment at least 14 days before any planned vacations. Also, please avoid taking any blood-thinning medications, such as Vitamin E, Aspirin, Niacin, fish oil supplements, or Ibuprofen, for at least 72 hours before your appointment. It's also a good idea to skip alcohol the night before and on the day of your appointment, and to limit your caffeine intake.

Please refrain from using Retinols/Retin-A for 2 weeks before your appointment. These products thin the skin and can make it too delicate to work on effectively. Additionally, Retinols can affect the color and retention of the ink used during the procedure. So it's best to discontinue their use to ensure optimal results.

If you've ever taken prescription Accutane, you need to wait at least one year before considering this procedure. And it's crucial to stay away from the sun and tanning beds for 30 days before and after your appointment. If you show up with a new tan or sunburn, we'll have to reschedule, and you'll lose your deposit because sunburn can cause the pigment to come off as your skin heals.

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