top of page
BCBA-long-format---WEB-USE-MAUVE2.png
Artificial Lashes

SERVICES

 
filigree3.png
filigree4.png
eyelashes.PNG

CLASSIC  -  $100

FILL  -  $60 / 2wks - $70 / 3wks

HYBRID  -  $125

FILL  -  $85 / 2wks - $95 / 3wks

VOLUME  -  $150

FILL  -  $110 / 2wks - $120 / 3wks

LASH EXTENSION REMOVAL  -  $40

 

LIFT & TINT - $80

Eyelash Extensions

A semi-permanent lashing technique that involves applying one lash at a time, enhancing your eyes instantly. Your eyes will appear bigger and brighter while adding length and thickness to your lashes.

 

During the consultation, your artist will ask a little bit about you to personalize and determine the best design for your eyes.

 

Maintenance is between 2-3 weeks to fill-in and keeps your lashes full. 

filigree3.png
spray tan.JPG

FULL BODY SPRAY  -  $60

HALF BODY SPRAY  -  $35

Spray Tanning

Sport a healthy, sunless glow year-round without the negative effects of harmful UV rays from the sun or tanning beds. The main ingredient in spray tan solutions is Dihydroxyacetone (DHA), which is a clear chemical that lays on the top layer of the skin, and reacts over time (8 hours), causing a tanned, bronzed color. Another ingredient in spray tan solutions is a cosmetic bronzer, which is the color you see as the artist is spraying you. This is the “film” (layer) that is washed off during your first shower after your spray tan develops.

Once this film is removed, you will notice your skin darken slightly over the next 12-24 hours, revealing your prime color, based on the percentage of DHA you were sprayed with per your request and skin type. Spray tanning is the safest, healthiest way to tan.

filigree3.png
facial male 1.jpg

Luxury Facial - $100

Vajacial - $85

Gentlemen’s Treatment - $105

Deep Cleanse Facial - $120

Dermaplane Facial - $175

Facial Treatments

Customized facial experiences to what our clients’ skin requires.

 

Aromatherapy, antioxidants, plant extracts and customized masks are used.

 

Hand Massage and a scalp massage are also included in all 60 minute treatments

filigree3.png
IMG_9888.webp

Lip $20

Chin $30

Underarm $30

Eyebrow $35

Underarm W/ Detox $40

Bikini $50

Half Arm $55

Hirsutism $60

Half Leg $60

Full Leg $90

Full Arm $65

Brazilian $75

Back $95

Chest $95

Man-Zillian $90

Pretty Kitty Package (Wax & Vagacial) $95

Brazilian & Buttocks $115

Waxing

We use hard wax or strip wax to effectively remove the hair from the root.

 

The skin is prepped with powder or oil to protect the skin from the wax, after the waxing process is complete we use an after wax oil that soothes, calms and removes wax residue.

 

The hair must be a minimum of 1/4 inch to ensure proper removal of hair.

 

Trimming is not recommended.

filigree3.png
IMG_9889.webp

Lip $20

Chin $30

Underarm $30

Eyebrow $35

Underarm W/ Detox $40

Bikini $50

Half Arm $55

Hirsutism $60

Half Leg $60

Full Leg $90

Full Arm $65

Brazilian $75

Back $95

Chest $95

Man-Zillian $90

Pretty Kitty Package (Wax & Vagacial) $95

Brazilian & Buttocks $115

Sugaring (Hypoallergenic) Hair Removal

Sugaring is the use of a paste made of water, sugar, and lemon that can be a less painful way to temporarily remove body hair similar to waxing

filigree3.png
coming-soon-overlay.png

We are currently unable to offer this service.

 

We are looking to build our team.

If you, or someone you know, are interested in joining our team, please contact us.  

240.482.6162

bigcitybodyart@gmail.com

Permanent Eyeliner

Imagine no more frustrations putting eyeliner on or keeping it on! Smudges, smears, or worn-off eyeliner will no longer be a problem, and who doesn’t want to wake up with sexy eyes! Perfect all the time!

 

A semi-permanent cosmetic solution for anyone with allergies, contact lens sensitivities, dexterity issues, vision problems, or an active lifestyle.  Besides the convenience, this cosmetic procedure will help add depth, definition, and lift to the eyes. The eyes will appear larger and more striking, and lashes will appear thicker and fuller.

 

We offer several options for micro pigmentation eyeliner, consult with our artists to determine the best options for your eyes:

 

UPPER EYELINER - a classic or smoky liner above lashes.

LOWER EYELINER - a thin liner along lower lashes.

Or a combination of UPPER & LOWER EYELINER.

filigree3.png
coming-soon-overlay.png

We are currently unable to offer this service.

 

We are looking to build our team.

If you, or someone you know, are interested in joining our team, please contact the us.  

240.482.6162

bigcitybodyart@gmail.com

Microblading & Cosmetic Pigmentation

Anyone that wants to restore or reshape their brows will love this procedure, as it gives the eyes a lift! This is a semi-permanent cosmetic solution to issues such as over-tweezed, over-waxed, or thinning eyebrows. 

 

We offer several techniques for brow micro pigmentation. During your personalized consultation we will help you determine the best technique for your brows:

 

MICROBLADING - A process that involves implanting pigment into hair-like strokes to replicate the look of real hairs. 

POWDER BROWS - A shading technique that gives a diffused powder appearance, much like makeup. 

 

BLADE & SHADE - A technique that combines shading with hair strokes to create a multidimensional-looking brow.  This technique is a good choice for clients that have little to no hair.

 

These treatments, when following aftercare instructions, last 12 to 18 months, with natural-looking results.

(Individual results may vary)

filigree3.png
SERVICES - COSMETIC
FAQs - COSMETIC
  • How much do you charge for tattoos?
    That's like asking "How much for a bag of groceries?" It depends on what's in the bag, the size of the bag Etc. We can tell you, we ONLY price in person and tattoo prices are quoted on the size, level of detail, location on the body, etc. NOT by the hour. The artists experience and skill is also considered in the price. Thats why you're here, Right? To get that $100 tattoo your friend did in his house covered up. Consultations are free, set one up by clicking the "Book Now" button.
  • How do I prepare for my tattoo appointment?
    - Shower before! Don't come in here stinking or we might choke before we can finish your tattoo. - Eat before you arrive! It helps with the pain and if you pass out, we may laugh at you or be tempted to tattoo naughty things on you. - Dress for the occasion! Ink Stains! - Have a drink or a toke AFTER we are finished, not before. You won't sit still; it won't make it hurt less, and you smell. We cannot see you if you are buzzed or high. - Bring your ID! We would hate not being able to tattoo you over a technicality! - BE ON TIME! You have paperwork to get through and sometimes we can even take you early. - DO NOT use any kind of numbing creams. They do not work and makes you skin harder to work with! No matter what you read on the internet. You are paying your hard-earned money for a beautiful tattoo let's make it the best we can! (See FAQ section for more information about numbing agents)
  • Can I bring a friend to my appointment?
    Yes. But do not bring an entourage. It can get boring sitting around while you get tattooed. Some of our artists have things to occupy your friends, but they will have to sit as long as you do. 1 or 2 friends max.
  • Can I take video of the process?
    We don't allow videos to be taken. You can, however, ask your artist to assist in getting a good pic of the finished tattoo!
  • Can I use numbing cream?
    No. Not only does numbing cream not work, but it makes the skin diffcult to work on. Numbing cream is topical. It only numbs the top layer of skin, which takes a few hours to set in, ahead of time. Tattoos are done in the second layer of skin, which will be right under all the freshly numbed skin, rendering it useless. In addition, the cream will make your skin taught and very difficult to tattoo and will make it easy to overwork and create healing issues. You will be turned away if you apply any sort of cream before getting tattooed because we cannot guarantee the integrity of the tattoo if it is used.
  • Do you offer touchups?
    Yes. You are allowed one FREE touchup within the first 6 months of getting your tattoo. However, you must wait at least 30 days for your tattoo to be fully healed . Touch ups are by request only , unless your artist specifies that you may need to return for one and sets it up for you. This is common practice with coverups or heavily shaded or filled in areas.
  • How long does it take to heal?
    Typically, tattoos take 4-6 weeks to heal fully. At our shop, we use a Tattoo Derm Shield Bandage that will help your tattoo heal a bit faster. It can take a full month or more for your skin to return to normal. Please follow our directions! We did the tattoo and we know the best way to take care of it....Not your friends or the internet!
  • How soon before I can swim with my tattoo?
    You should not fully submerge your tattoo for at least 2 weeks after it is complete. It is recommended that you do NOT go swimming, use hot tubs or expose your tattoo to excessive sun for at least a month afterwards just to ensure your tattoo is fully healed.
  • There is fluid in my Tattoo Derm Shield bandage. Is this normal?
    Yes. Derm Shields are designed this way. And it can be excessive. They are breathable. They allow air out, but not in. It is imperative that you leave the bandage alone and allow your body to heal itself. Follow the aftercare directions we give you and you will be surprised at how well the bandage works. After a few days, the fluid will subside and the care needed after will be minimal. If it bursts, then you can remove it, but this is rare and usually only happens when the bandage is messed with. It is normal for it to be itchy because your skin is irritated. But it will hurt far less than if you had no bandage and had to deal with scabs.
  • How much do you charge for tattoos?
    That's like asking "How much for a bag of groceries?" It depends on what's in the bag, the size of the bag Etc. We can tell you, we ONLY price in person and tattoo prices are quoted on the size, level of detail, location on the body, etc. NOT by the hour. The artists experience and skill is also considered in the price. Thats why you're here, Right? To get that $100 tattoo your friend did in his house covered up. Consultations are free, set one up by clicking the "Book Now" button.
  • How do I prepare for my tattoo appointment?
    - Shower before! Don't come in here stinking or we might choke before we can finish your tattoo. - Eat before you arrive! It helps with the pain and if you pass out, we may laugh at you or be tempted to tattoo naughty things on you. - Dress for the occasion! Ink Stains! - Have a drink or a toke AFTER we are finished, not before. You won't sit still; it won't make it hurt less, and you smell. We cannot see you if you are buzzed or high. - Bring your ID! We would hate not being able to tattoo you over a technicality! - BE ON TIME! You have paperwork to get through and sometimes we can even take you early. - DO NOT use any kind of numbing creams. They do not work and makes you skin harder to work with! No matter what you read on the internet. You are paying your hard-earned money for a beautiful tattoo let's make it the best we can! (See FAQ section for more information about numbing agents)
  • Can I bring a friend to my appointment?
    Yes. But do not bring an entourage. It can get boring sitting around while you get tattooed. Some of our artists have things to occupy your friends, but they will have to sit as long as you do. 1 or 2 friends max.
  • Can I take video of the process?
    We don't allow videos to be taken. You can, however, ask your artist to assist in getting a good pic of the finished tattoo!
  • Can I use numbing cream?
    No. Not only does numbing cream not work, but it makes the skin diffcult to work on. Numbing cream is topical. It only numbs the top layer of skin, which takes a few hours to set in, ahead of time. Tattoos are done in the second layer of skin, which will be right under all the freshly numbed skin, rendering it useless. In addition, the cream will make your skin taught and very difficult to tattoo and will make it easy to overwork and create healing issues. You will be turned away if you apply any sort of cream before getting tattooed because we cannot guarantee the integrity of the tattoo if it is used.
  • Do you offer touchups?
    Yes. You are allowed one FREE touchup within the first 6 months of getting your tattoo. However, you must wait at least 30 days for your tattoo to be fully healed . Touch ups are by request only , unless your artist specifies that you may need to return for one and sets it up for you. This is common practice with coverups or heavily shaded or filled in areas.
  • How long does it take to heal?
    Typically, tattoos take 4-6 weeks to heal fully. At our shop, we use a Tattoo Derm Shield Bandage that will help your tattoo heal a bit faster. It can take a full month or more for your skin to return to normal. Please follow our directions! We did the tattoo and we know the best way to take care of it....Not your friends or the internet!
  • How soon before I can swim with my tattoo?
    You should not fully submerge your tattoo for at least 2 weeks after it is complete. It is recommended that you do NOT go swimming, use hot tubs or expose your tattoo to excessive sun for at least a month afterwards just to ensure your tattoo is fully healed.
  • There is fluid in my Tattoo Derm Shield bandage. Is this normal?
    Yes. Derm Shields are designed this way. And it can be excessive. They are breathable. They allow air out, but not in. It is imperative that you leave the bandage alone and allow your body to heal itself. Follow the aftercare directions we give you and you will be surprised at how well the bandage works. After a few days, the fluid will subside and the care needed after will be minimal. If it bursts, then you can remove it, but this is rare and usually only happens when the bandage is messed with. It is normal for it to be itchy because your skin is irritated. But it will hurt far less than if you had no bandage and had to deal with scabs.
  • How much do you charge for tattoos?
    That's like asking "How much for a bag of groceries?" It depends on what's in the bag, the size of the bag Etc. We can tell you, we ONLY price in person and tattoo prices are quoted on the size, level of detail, location on the body, etc. NOT by the hour. The artists experience and skill is also considered in the price. Thats why you're here, Right? To get that $100 tattoo your friend did in his house covered up. Consultations are free, set one up by clicking the "Book Now" button.
  • How do I prepare for my tattoo appointment?
    - Shower before! Don't come in here stinking or we might choke before we can finish your tattoo. - Eat before you arrive! It helps with the pain and if you pass out, we may laugh at you or be tempted to tattoo naughty things on you. - Dress for the occasion! Ink Stains! - Have a drink or a toke AFTER we are finished, not before. You won't sit still; it won't make it hurt less, and you smell. We cannot see you if you are buzzed or high. - Bring your ID! We would hate not being able to tattoo you over a technicality! - BE ON TIME! You have paperwork to get through and sometimes we can even take you early. - DO NOT use any kind of numbing creams. They do not work and makes you skin harder to work with! No matter what you read on the internet. You are paying your hard-earned money for a beautiful tattoo let's make it the best we can! (See FAQ section for more information about numbing agents)
  • Can I bring a friend to my appointment?
    Yes. But do not bring an entourage. It can get boring sitting around while you get tattooed. Some of our artists have things to occupy your friends, but they will have to sit as long as you do. 1 or 2 friends max.
  • Can I take video of the process?
    We don't allow videos to be taken. You can, however, ask your artist to assist in getting a good pic of the finished tattoo!
  • Can I use numbing cream?
    No. Not only does numbing cream not work, but it makes the skin diffcult to work on. Numbing cream is topical. It only numbs the top layer of skin, which takes a few hours to set in, ahead of time. Tattoos are done in the second layer of skin, which will be right under all the freshly numbed skin, rendering it useless. In addition, the cream will make your skin taught and very difficult to tattoo and will make it easy to overwork and create healing issues. You will be turned away if you apply any sort of cream before getting tattooed because we cannot guarantee the integrity of the tattoo if it is used.
  • Do you offer touchups?
    Yes. You are allowed one FREE touchup within the first 6 months of getting your tattoo. However, you must wait at least 30 days for your tattoo to be fully healed . Touch ups are by request only , unless your artist specifies that you may need to return for one and sets it up for you. This is common practice with coverups or heavily shaded or filled in areas.
  • How long does it take to heal?
    Typically, tattoos take 4-6 weeks to heal fully. At our shop, we use a Tattoo Derm Shield Bandage that will help your tattoo heal a bit faster. It can take a full month or more for your skin to return to normal. Please follow our directions! We did the tattoo and we know the best way to take care of it....Not your friends or the internet!
  • How soon before I can swim with my tattoo?
    You should not fully submerge your tattoo for at least 2 weeks after it is complete. It is recommended that you do NOT go swimming, use hot tubs or expose your tattoo to excessive sun for at least a month afterwards just to ensure your tattoo is fully healed.
  • There is fluid in my Tattoo Derm Shield bandage. Is this normal?
    Yes. Derm Shields are designed this way. And it can be excessive. They are breathable. They allow air out, but not in. It is imperative that you leave the bandage alone and allow your body to heal itself. Follow the aftercare directions we give you and you will be surprised at how well the bandage works. After a few days, the fluid will subside and the care needed after will be minimal. If it bursts, then you can remove it, but this is rare and usually only happens when the bandage is messed with. It is normal for it to be itchy because your skin is irritated. But it will hurt far less than if you had no bandage and had to deal with scabs.
  • How much do you charge for tattoos?
    That's like asking "How much for a bag of groceries?" It depends on what's in the bag, the size of the bag Etc. We can tell you, we ONLY price in person and tattoo prices are quoted on the size, level of detail, location on the body, etc. NOT by the hour. The artists experience and skill is also considered in the price. Thats why you're here, Right? To get that $100 tattoo your friend did in his house covered up. Consultations are free, set one up by clicking the "Book Now" button.
  • How do I prepare for my tattoo appointment?
    - Shower before! Don't come in here stinking or we might choke before we can finish your tattoo. - Eat before you arrive! It helps with the pain and if you pass out, we may laugh at you or be tempted to tattoo naughty things on you. - Dress for the occasion! Ink Stains! - Have a drink or a toke AFTER we are finished, not before. You won't sit still; it won't make it hurt less, and you smell. We cannot see you if you are buzzed or high. - Bring your ID! We would hate not being able to tattoo you over a technicality! - BE ON TIME! You have paperwork to get through and sometimes we can even take you early. - DO NOT use any kind of numbing creams. They do not work and makes you skin harder to work with! No matter what you read on the internet. You are paying your hard-earned money for a beautiful tattoo let's make it the best we can! (See FAQ section for more information about numbing agents)
  • Can I bring a friend to my appointment?
    Yes. But do not bring an entourage. It can get boring sitting around while you get tattooed. Some of our artists have things to occupy your friends, but they will have to sit as long as you do. 1 or 2 friends max.
  • Can I take video of the process?
    We don't allow videos to be taken. You can, however, ask your artist to assist in getting a good pic of the finished tattoo!
  • Can I use numbing cream?
    No. Not only does numbing cream not work, but it makes the skin diffcult to work on. Numbing cream is topical. It only numbs the top layer of skin, which takes a few hours to set in, ahead of time. Tattoos are done in the second layer of skin, which will be right under all the freshly numbed skin, rendering it useless. In addition, the cream will make your skin taught and very difficult to tattoo and will make it easy to overwork and create healing issues. You will be turned away if you apply any sort of cream before getting tattooed because we cannot guarantee the integrity of the tattoo if it is used.
  • Do you offer touchups?
    Yes. You are allowed one FREE touchup within the first 6 months of getting your tattoo. However, you must wait at least 30 days for your tattoo to be fully healed . Touch ups are by request only , unless your artist specifies that you may need to return for one and sets it up for you. This is common practice with coverups or heavily shaded or filled in areas.
  • How long does it take to heal?
    Typically, tattoos take 4-6 weeks to heal fully. At our shop, we use a Tattoo Derm Shield Bandage that will help your tattoo heal a bit faster. It can take a full month or more for your skin to return to normal. Please follow our directions! We did the tattoo and we know the best way to take care of it....Not your friends or the internet!
  • How soon before I can swim with my tattoo?
    You should not fully submerge your tattoo for at least 2 weeks after it is complete. It is recommended that you do NOT go swimming, use hot tubs or expose your tattoo to excessive sun for at least a month afterwards just to ensure your tattoo is fully healed.
  • There is fluid in my Tattoo Derm Shield bandage. Is this normal?
    Yes. Derm Shields are designed this way. And it can be excessive. They are breathable. They allow air out, but not in. It is imperative that you leave the bandage alone and allow your body to heal itself. Follow the aftercare directions we give you and you will be surprised at how well the bandage works. After a few days, the fluid will subside and the care needed after will be minimal. If it bursts, then you can remove it, but this is rare and usually only happens when the bandage is messed with. It is normal for it to be itchy because your skin is irritated. But it will hurt far less than if you had no bandage and had to deal with scabs.
AFTERCARE - COSMETIC
Eyes and Brows

AFTERCARE

 

MICROBLADING AFTERCARE

Fading in time is normal and may require a touch ups to maintain the appearance and enhance longevity. We customize our services to meet your unique wants and needs. Consultations are highly recommended and free.

 

Day of Treatment:

Gently blot your brows with a tissue every 15-20 mins for 1-2 hours or more as needed to remove any fluid.

Days 1 -10:

Wash daily to remove bacteria and buildup of fluid and oils.  Gently wash your eyebrows twice daily with distilled water and an anti-bacterial cleanser such as H2 Ocean or Cetaphil. With a very light touch gently cleanse your eyebrows.  To dry, gently pat them dry with a clean tissue or paper towel. Avoid use any cleansing product containing acids (glycolic, lactic, or AHA) or exfoliates. 

 

Apply a rice grain amount of aftercare ointment (Supplied in your Aftercare Kit) with a cotton swab and spread it across the treated area. Be sure not to over-apply as this will suffocate your skin and delay healing. The ointment should be barely noticeable on the skin.

Never apply to wet or damp skin. 

 

Failure to follow Aftercare instructions may result in loss of pigment, discoloration or infection. Remember that the colors will appear brighter/darker and more sharply defined immediately following the procedure and will soften as the healing process occurs. Results cannot be determined until healing is complete.

Touch ups must be done no sooner than 6 weeks, and no later than 8 weeks.

Please schedule your touch-up appointment the day of your procedure.

 

Important Reminders

 

  • Use a fresh pillowcase

  • Let any scabbing or dry skin naturally exfoliate away.

  • Picking can cause scarring or loss of color

  • No facials, botox, chemical treatments or microdermabrasion for 4 weeks

  • Keep your showers as short as possible for the 10 days

  • Avoid exercise for one week

  • Avoid Sweating for the first 10 days.

  • Avoid direct sun exposure or tanning for 4 weeks after procedure. Wear a hat when outdoors.

  • Avoid heavy sweating and long hot showers for the first 10 days.

  • Avoid sleeping on your face for the first 10 days

  • Avoid swimming and hot tubs for the first 10 days

  • Avoid makeup including sunscreen on the area for first 10 days

  • DO NOT rub, pick, or scratch the treated area.

 

Approximate Daily Healing Schedule for Permanent Cosmetics Microbladed Eyebrows:

 

1-3 Days: Your brows are approximately 20-40% darker, bolder and more solid than your healed result due to oxidation of the pigment and the nature of the procedure. The skin is red and pigment has been deposited into the top layers of the skin, giving it a darker appearance. There may be minimal swelling. DON’T SCRATCH OR PICK!

 

3-10 Days: The top layers of skin will begin to shed and you may see a loss of color. This is normal! Your brows may begin to itch and the pigment may appear somewhat raised. DON’T SCRATCH OR PICK!

 

10+ Days: The skin is now exfoliating and will shed if left alone. The color may appear light as you are still healing. Don’t critique your brows yet, and DON’T SCRATCH OR PICK!

 

6-8 Weeks: Now is the time to critique your brows. Some of the strokes may have faded, this is part of the healing process. AND, now you can scratch or pick, but we don’t recommend it!!

 

EYELASH EXTENSION AFTERCARE

 

  • Avoid getting your lashes wet for 24 hours, (washing your face, sauna, swimming).

  • Avoid being exposed to high heat.

  • The following will damage your extensions - waterproof mascara, oil-based makeup and products, and an eye-lash curler.

  • Avoid pulling, picking, and rubbing eyes.

  • Cleanse your lashes with a water-base (oil-free) eyelash extension cleanser with a soft bristle makeup brush.

  • Comb lashes with a clean mascara wand, daily and after cleansing your lashes.

  • If desired, you can protect and prolong your extensions by using a lash extension sealant if you have one. 

PERMANENT EYELINER AFTERCARE

 

  • Cold packs have been shown to make a noticeable difference in reducing swelling, use several times for a minimum of 10 minutes.

  • Do not wear contact lenses for 24 hours

  • Lubricating eye drops may be used if needed

  • Apply a thin amount of aftercare ointment during the healing time (7-10 days)

  • With clean hands, gently wash the area with your fingertips

  • Do not pick, pull, or scratch while healing

  • Keep eye area as dry as possible for 2 weeks

  • No mascara or eye make-up during healing time (7-10 days), a new tube of mascara is recommended

  • No eyelash extensions, lash tinting or perming, & eyelash curler for 2 weeks. (We provide these services, make an appointment before you leave)

  • Protect your eyes from the sun while healing. (Approx. 2 weeks)

  • Avoid use of anti-aging products containing acids, lighteners, and exfoliates on permanent makeup to avoid premature fading

SPRAY TAN AFTERCARE

  • Avoid showering/bathing/getting wet for at least 8 hours, no more than 24 hours. Once your tan has developed fully, rinse in the shower until the water runs clear. You may wash your hair as normal, but be aware that any harsh facial cleansers/products or body loofahs/scrubs/products will remove the tan prematurely and cause uneven fading, so wash gently with hands if desired.

  • Moisturize with a scent and oil-free lotion at least 1-2 times per day after your first rinse and every shower after that to promote an evenly fading tan.

  • Avoid any activities that will induce sweating until you rinse for the first time, but be aware that partaking in said activities, even after your first rinse, will cause the tan to fade prematurely and, possibly, unevenly

  • Be aware that hands, feet, and the face fade first; legs will fade last.

Avoid oil-based lotions/makeup/creams/etc., any treatments that contain harsh chemicals, acids, or peroxides, exfoliating treatments/loofahs/towels/gloves/etc., chlorine, or activities that induce immense sweating. All of these can be contributors to a tan fading prematurely and unevenly. Avoid manicures and pedicures, try to have these services done prior to your appointment.

FACIAL AFTERCARE

  • Do not undertake any other facial skincare treatments within 48 hours of having a facial. •Avoid sunbathing for up to 12 hours.

  • Avoid direct heat, such as saunas, hot baths, showers or a hot hairdryer.

  • Do not apply perfume or perfumed products to treated area within 48 hours of having a facial

WAXING AFTERCARE

  • No hot baths or showers (cool to lukewarm water only).

  • No saunas, hot tubs, massage or steam treatments.

  • No tanning (sunbathing, sun beds or fake tans).

  • No sport, gym work or other exercise.

  • Avoid scratching or touching the treated area with unwashed

  • hands.

  • Wear clean, loose fitting clothes.

  • Avoid swimming in chlorinated pools.

  • Do not apply deodorants, body sprays, powders, lotions or

  • other products to the area, other than those recommended by

  • your therapist.

SUGARING AFTERCARE

  • We recommend waiting 24-48 hours before exposing your skin to the sun, tanning beds or infrared lamps.

  • To avoid irritation, keep the skin clean and free of harsh lotions or products for 24-48 hrs.

  • Do not exercise immediately following treatment.

  • No hot baths or showers for 24 hours following a body sugaring treatment.

  • No abrasives or exfoliating for 48 hours following a sugaring treatment.

  • Slight pinking of the skin is normal and should disappear within a few hours. for To avoid irritation, keep the skin clean and avoid perfume soaps, deodorant or products with chemical irritants for 24 hours.

  • After 48 hours you can begin to exfoliate 2-3 times a week in the shower or bath. Exfoliation promotes circulation and most importantly, frees the skin of excess build-up which often results in ingrown hair. Exfoliating allows the sugaring treatment to be less troublesome and results in a timely session as dead or dry skin can accumulate.

  • Regularly cleanse and hydrate your skin. This will ensure your skin is in the best possible condition before and after treatment.

bottom of page