Day of Appointment


  • You MUST bring your driver’s license or state issued ID, I will not tattoo you without it.
  • Make sure you are well rested.
  • Please be hydrated and eat before your appointment.
  • Please do not wear heavy eyeshadow or foundation to your appointment.
  • If you would like me to see how you draw your eyebrows on, wear them filled in to your appointment.
  • Do NOT drink alcohol within 24 hours of your appointment, and try to avoid too much caffeine the day of - these will thin your blood and cause excessive bleeding.
  • Avoid any type of blood thinning medications (this includes aspirin, ibuprofen, fish oil, niacin, and vitamin E) for at least 72 hours before your appointment. These cause excessive bleeding and cause pigment to fall out.
  • Do NOT come if you are sick. If you show up sick I won’t tattoo you. Getting tattooed when your sick can effect the healing process and cause excess sensitivity. During your appointment will be close to each other and I don’t want to get whatever you have.
  • Please do not bring more than one friend with you. I understand having someone there for support is comforting, but more than one person is super distracting for me.
  • Do NOT bring children to your appointment. Children are not allowed in the treatment area, and are very distracting for everyone. 
  • Avoid intense sun exposure and tanning bed for at least 10 days before your appointment and at least one month after. tattooing sunburnt or traumatized skin can result in difficulties during the healing process, fallout of pigment, excess sensitivity, and can possibly change the color of the pigment. 
  • Do not exercise the day of your appointment and the 3 days following, meaning any activities that produce sweat.
  • If you regularly maintain your brows (wax, thread, tweeze, tint), please refrain from doing so for at least ONE WEEK prior to your appointment. Its very important to me that i can see your natural shape and color, and we can groom them during your appointment.
  • If you have any active skin conditions, rashes, or wounds in the area to be tattooed, please notify me prior to your appointment and be prepared to reschedule.
  • Please refrain from Botox or other filler treatments at least 4 weeks prior to your appointment, and at least 2 weeks after.