Info & FAQs



  • If you are pregnant or nursing – although there is no medical evidence that tattooing would have any affect on an unborn child, we don’t know for sure. We suggest you err on the side of caution and come back after the baby is born and you are no longer nursing.
  • You must be 18 years of age to be legally tattooed in Missouri.
  • Regarding anticoagulants blood thinners – long-term use of aspirin, ibuprofen, and some herbs reduce clotting time. This results in increased bleeding and bruising which will affect the implantation of pigment. Additionally, this increases healing time – please refrain from all of these products at least three days prior to appointment.
  • Alcohol can also thin the blood, please seriously limit consumption three days prior to appointment.
  • Blood disorders that affect clotting, such as hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, and platelet disorders, could interfere with the implantation of pigment. However, it is possible to receive successful implantation of permanent cosmetics.
  • Mitral valve prolapse artificial heart valves or artificial joints or any person that requires prophylactic antibiotics before dental or other procedures will need to consult their physician for treatment prior to permanent make up.
  • Scars from surgery or injury must be healed for at least one year prior to service (if you are prone to keloid scarring a patch test may be necessary).
  • Skin should not be sunburned or heavily tan for any tattooing procedure.
  • You must be off Retina A or Retinol products seven days prior to appointment and avoid around the area for 30 days after procedure, if used before 30 days it can cause the pigments to fade prematurely. Accutane is a dangerous drug and skin can not be tattooed while on this medication.


  • You must discontinue the use of eyelash enhancement growth serum such as Latisse if you’re getting eyeliner at least one month prior to appointment.
  • If you have had Lasix cornea repair you will need to wait six months before permanent make up procedures are done.
  • Glaucoma patients may wish to consult with doctor prior to appointment, however it is not typically a problem.
  • Contacts will need to be removed for eyeliner procedure bring glasses if necessary.
  • All false eyelashes must be removed prior to procedure you may reapply two weeks after your eyeliner procedure.
  • If you have a tendency to swell and are having eyeliner or lip procedures you may take a Benadryl before appointment but please bring driver as may cause drowsiness.
  • Feel free to wear your eye makeup to the appointment to show me how you like it, but know we will need to remove before procedure.


  • Do not bother to shave wax or shape brows prior to appointment it will be done during your procedure.
  • Feel free to bring your pencil so we can match colors. We will draw your brows to your specifications and consult before any procedure begins.


  • If you get fever blisters and or cold sores you will need to call your dentist or doctor before the procedure to get a prescription for Valtrex or Zovirax to take prior to and after procedure.


  • What is Permanent Makeup?
  • Does it hurt?
  • What can I expect?
  • How long does each procedure take?
  • Is Permanent Makeup truly permanent?