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SEMI-PERMANENTGLAM

Semi-Permanent Glam is becoming so popular because of its gorgeous longlasting results and here at EyebrowGlam, we provide some of the best! It all starts with a Consultation and we help you decide what will give you the look you love! Whether you want a year-round infalliable pink pout or perfect eyebrows without the headache -  we have everything you need to keep that look for as long as you love it. We suggest reviewing our Care and FAQ pages!

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Am I Eligible?

INDIVIDUALS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE

EyebrowGlam cannot tattoo anyone under the age of 18, even with parental consent.

WOMEN WHO ARE PREGNANT OR NURSING

The highest risk is being prone to infection. Your skin may change and results can be unpredictable.

UNDERGOING CHEMOTHERAPY/RADIATION TREATMENT

Higher risk of infection and a compromised immune system may lead to irregular healing. It’s best to wait until the conclusion of treatments for microblading/shading.

ORGAN TRANSPLANT PATIENT OR JOINT REPLACEMENT PATIENT

The risk of developing an infection is higher in people with compromised immune system, or individuals taking immunosuppressant medication.

PRONE TO HYPERTROPHIC SCARRING/KELOID

Because of the nature of the tattoo, there is always a risk of keloid when healing.

ALLERGIES TO METALS OR COLORANTS

Please consider reaching out for an MSDS sheet of ingredients to see if this applies to you. Also note that allergies in the skin can appear years down the line and may not have an immediate reaction.

PSORIASIS, ECZEMA, ROSACEA, DERMATITIS, SEVERE SKIN ALLERGIES, OR SEVERE ACNE IN THE TREATED AREA

Any one of these skin conditions may compromise the surface and texture of the skin. Procedure performed on skin with these type of condition is extremely likely to have sub par results.

HEMOPHELIA OR TAKING BLOOD THINNING MEDICATION

Thinning of the blood, can lead to excessive bleeding, slower healing, poor results, and high risk of infection.

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