Powder Brows


Before committing to the permanent powder brows treatment, there are several steps to take to make sure the procedure is successful.

Preparing for Powder Brows.

It is very important to follow those instructions in order to achieve the best possible results from your permanent makeup procedure. Included here are general permanent makeup pretreatment instructions that will help limit any infection or problems.

The month before

Do not perform mesotherapy, biorevitalisation, acid facial peeling, facial cleansers, facial laser hair removal, laser removal of capillaries.

No botox injections.

The week before

Do not tint your eyebrows — come with your natural look.

Avoid waxing your eyebrows to keep the full shape and prevent irritation.

The day before

Do not drink alcohol, coffee, or strong teas.

Do not take blood thinning medicines, Aspirin, Vitamin E, Niacin, Ibuprofen.

What to expect during your appointment.

The initial procedure takes up to 2 hours. A strong topical anesthetic numbing cream is used liberally throughout the procedure to keep you as comfortable as possible. If you take blood thinners on a daily basis, then some slight bleeding may occur during the procedure. Bruising is rare but can occur. There is usually some tenderness for a few days.

Eligibility for treatment


For health and safety considerations, powder brows treatment is not recommended if you:

  • Are pregnant or nursing
  • Have allergies to nickel, anesthetics, latex, or iron oxide
  • Have heart or blood problems like prolonged bleeding
  • Have Diabetes, Psoriasis, Eczema or other autoimmune diseases
  • Have Keloid scars, hypertrophic scars
  • Mole in brow area
  • Have local infections or viral infections
  • Currently have a contagious disease
  • Have cancer or undergoing chemotherapy
  • Have epilepsy
  • Have hepatitis
  • Used Accutane or other retinoids in the past 6 months
  • Had a chemical peel or laser peel within the last 6 weeks
  • Had alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) preparations in the last 2 weeks
  • Have sunburn