AFTERCARE 

NAILS

- avoid intense heat for 24 hours. It may cause heat spike or lifting.
- use cuticle oil daily. Daily use of cuticle oil strengthens the nail and helps prevent brittle or peeling nails, meaning products last longer.
- apply hand cream daily. It helps to improve skin condition and delays aging.
- over exposure to water (frequent swimming, hands in water for prolonged periods etc) can cause product breakdown due to the extra moisture absorbed. (This can also happen if you bite at nails or skin frequently).
- wear rubber gloves when washing up, cleaning or using chemicals or products such as hair dye. Chemicals break the product down and dyes cause staining.
- wear gloves when doing hands on tasks such as gardening. This protects your nails from unnecessary knocks.
- wash your hands after applying lotions, fake tan and suncream to avoid staining.
- overuse of hand sanitiser can cause lifting. Wash hands with soap and water when you can.
- don't use your nails as tools
- if you file natural nails, only file in one direction. Filing back and forth can cause nails to split.
- do not pick gel or enhancements off. It will weaken your nails as it pulls a layer of nail off.
- do not pick or bite at skin- it can cause nasty infections.

Look out for redness, burning, itching or swelling see a pharmacist as this is a sign of an allergic reaction or infection. Please contact me so I can update my records.

PEDICURES 

- apply foot cream daily. It helps to improve skin condition and prevent cracked heels.
- use a foot file or pumice stone weekly to remove dry skin.
- avoid intense heat for 24 hours. It may cause heat spike or lifting of gel polish.
- over exposure to water (frequent swimming, hot tubs etc) can cause gel polish breakdown due to the extra moisture absorbed.
- if you file nails, only file in one direction. Filing back and forth can cause nails to split.
- do not pick gel polish. It will weaken your nails as it pulls a layer of nail off.
- avoid shoes which pinch toes to prevent bunions.

Look out for redness, burning, itching or swelling see a pharmacist as this is a sign of an allergic reaction or infection. Please contact me so I can update my records.

BROWS

- avoid touching area for 24 hours
- avoid perfumed products for 24 hours
- only use mineral make up for 24 hours to avoid blocking pores and reduces the risk of irritation or ingrown hairs.
- remove make up with a cleanser suitable for removing eye make up.
- avoid harsh cleansers or over cleansing- the tint will fade quicker.
- avoid steam for 48 hours
- avoid sunbeds for 48 hours.
- keep the skin exfoliated and moisturised, especially if you have dry skin. Dead skin clogs pores and increases the risk of ingrown hairs.
- apply make up to maintain the look.
- do not pluck/ wax hairs yourself.
- return every 2-3 weeks to top up tint.

Redness is normal for 24 hours.
A cold compress can be used.
If redness persists or you experience burning, itching or swelling see a pharmacist as this is a sign of an allergic reaction or infection. Please contact me so I can update my records.

HENNA BROWS 

- avoid touching area for 24 hours
- avoid perfumed products for 24 hours
- avoid steam for 48 hours
- avoid sunbeds for 48 hours.
- avoid swimming for 24 hours.
- avoid scented products for 24 hours.
- over exposure to sun/UV lights can fade henna quicker.
- avoid brow make up and cleansing the brow- cleanse around the brow.
- do not pluck/ wax hairs yourself.
- return every 4-6 weeks.

Redness is normal for 24 hours.
A cold compress can be used.
If redness persists or you experience burning, itching or swelling see a pharmacist as this is a sign of an allergic reaction or infection. Please contact me so I can update my records.

BROW LAMINATION 

- avoid getting your brows wet for 48 hours.- avoid touching area for 24 hours.
- avoid steam for 48 hours.
- avoid sunbeds for 48 hours.
- avoid swimming for 24 hours.
- avoid scented products for 24 hours.
- brush the hairs into shape every day.- avoid oily or harsh make up removers.- use a brow/ lash serum to condition your brows.
- do not pluck/ wax hairs yourself.
- return every 6-8 weeks.

Redness is normal for 24 hours.
A cold compress can be used.
If redness persists or you experience burning, itching or swelling see a pharmacist as this is a sign of an allergic reaction or infection. Please contact me so I can update my records.

LASH TINT

- do not touch or rub the eyes for 24 hours.
- avoid swimming for 24 hours
- no mascara for 24 hours.
- no other lash treatments for 24 hours.
- over exposure to sun/ UV light will fade the tint quicker.
- harsh or oily make up remover will fade the tint more quickly
- return every 3-4 weeks

Look out for redness, burning, itching or swelling see a pharmacist as this is a sign of an allergic reaction or infection. Please contact me so I can update my records.

LASH LIFT 

- avoid getting your lashes wet for 48 hours.- avoid touching your lashes for 24 hours.
- avoid steam for 48 hours.
- avoid sunbeds for 48 hours.
- avoid swimming for 24 hours.
- avoid scented products for 24 hours.
- brush the lashes every day.- avoid oily or harsh make up removers.- use a brow/ lash serum to condition your lashes.
- return every 6-8 weeks. 

If redness persists or you experience burning, itching or swelling see a pharmacist as this is a sign of an allergic reaction or infection. Please contact me so I can update my records.

WAXING

- avoid touching area for 24 hours
- avoid perfumed products for 24 hours
- only use mineral make up for 24 hours to avoid blocking pores and reduces the risk of irritation or ingrown hairs.
- avoid steam for 48 hours
- avoid sunbeds for 48 hours.
- keep the skin exfoliated and moisturised, especially if you have dry skin. Dead skin clogs pores and increases the risk of ingrown hairs.

Redness is normal for 24 hours.
A cold compress can be used.
If redness persists or you experience burning, itching or swelling see a pharmacist as this is a sign of an allergic reaction or infection. Please contact me so I can update my records.