At Newport Permanent Makeup, our goal is to provide you with an exceptional experience
The Highest Standard Of Client Care
We place our emphasis on treating you with the highest standard of client care and excellence in all aspects of the procedure process. We are bringing years of experience, the highest level of training and the most state-of-the-art equipment to your highly individualized procedures.
In order to ensure that every client has adequate time to have their individual needs addressed, we have instituted certain policies and pre-procedure information.
To Ensure A Successful Outcome In Your New Permanent Makeup
For your health, welfare, and success, please read the following:
- Please refrain from taking any medications for 7 days prior to your appointment that may cause thinning of the blood. We do not want to encourage any unnecessary bleeding which is detrimental to the color retention and the health of the skin. These medications include Advil (Ibuprofen), Aleve, Aspirin, or other prescription medications that promote thinning of the blood. If you are on a prescription blood thinner or anti-plaque drug, please contact your physician to discuss discontinuing your medication for 3-5 days prior to your procedure. Alcohol constitutes a blood-thinner so refrain from drinking alcohol within the 48 hours leading up to your appointment. Certain Supplements, such as Vitamin E and Fish Oils also thin the blood.
- For Eyeliner Procedures Only: If you have been using an over-the-counter lash growth enhancer (Revitalash or similar) you must be off the product for a minimum of 30 days prior to eyeliner. If you are using prescription Latisse, we cannot do eyeliner for 6 months after cessation of the Latisse. If you fail to adhere to this policy and show up to the procedure having used lash growth products, we will be forced to cancel the procedure and charge you for the missed appointment. Also, NO LASH EXTENSIONS, in place for the procedure. Have them professionally removed and wait 48 hours before the eyeliner procedure.
- Lip Color: If you have EVER had a cold sore (Herpes Simplex) you must begin taking an anti-viral (Valtres, Acyclovir or similar) prescribed to you by your own physician.
- If you are pre-menstrual or on your period you will be more pain sensitive. Every effort is made during your procedure to make you comfortable with the use of topical anesthetics. Typically the procedures are relatively painless; some experience mild discomfort. Try to plan your procedure so it does not fall at this point of your monthly cycle.
- If you are currently using, or it has been LESS THAN ONE YEAR since you have taken Accutane (prescription drug for acne) you may not have any permanent makeup procedures.
*There are distinct and specific guidelines for the various procedure areas. Please see the procedural guidelines in the drop down menu under NEW CLIENTS above.