top of page


Permanent Makeup

Cannot receive permanent makeup if you are:
✿Pregnant or breastfeeding
✿Currently using or have used Accutane within the last 12 months
✿Freshly tanned or sunburned face
✿On blood-thinning medications, antibiotics, or fish oils
✿Have rosacea
✿Currently undergoing cancer treatment
✿Must be off chemo and radiation for 6 months prior
✿Have any breakouts or textured (dry and flaky) skin through the brows
✿Have previous permanent makeup that is not at MINIMUM 90% faded.
Pre-Care instructions:
✿No Retin-A near brows for 3 weeks before and 3 weeks after
✿No Botox, fillers, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, or anything of the like 3 weeks before and 3 weeks after
✿No working out the day of
✿No blood-thinning medications (pain killers, Advil, Tylenol)
✿No alcohol 24 hours before
✿Avoid caffeine 12 hours before
Please ask your doctor if you are unsure if you are cleared to receive permanent makeup.
Look through my Instagram, @Sydneymorgan.artistry for brow inspiration, come to your appointment with your brows filled in, and bring your brow pencil or powder. These things all help me determine what style brows fit you the best, and how bold or natural we should go, which are all discussed during the beginning of your appointment.
Be sure to eat something before your appointment, feel free to bring a drink with you.
PLEASE BRING A VALID I.D. you must have this in order to receive any permanent makeup.
No guests or pets are allowed due to cross-contamination and possible disruption to the artist during the procedure. Translators are exceptions. There is a waiting area outside where your guest(s) may wait at. Thank you for understanding!
***PLEASE BE AWARE*** if you arrive at your appointment in an un-tattooable state, and your appointment must be canceled, you will forfeit any deposit or booking fee. Examples: pregnant, skin not suitable for microblading/needing to switch to ombre or combo brows, taking conflicting medications, not following pre-care properly, etc. Keep in mind that you may schedule a consultation.


Please come to your appointment WITHOUT eye makeup, particularly mascara. The cleaner the lashes are the better the lash lift works.
Please be aware any eye makeup will be messed up during this service.
Do not get the lashes wet, do not apply mascara, and do not rub the lashes for at least 24 hours after your appointment.
If you come to your lash appointment with contact lenses, you may be asked to take them out. I will provide a disposable container with a lid and contact solution for you.
No guests or pets are allowed due to cross-contamination and possible disruption to the artist during the procedure. Translators are exceptions. There is a waiting area outside where your guest(s) may wait at. Thank you for understanding!

  1. FOR ALL PROCEDURES: 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. Too much Caffeine can make it harder for you to numb with the topical anesthetics we use to control discomfort. Limit intake the day of your procedure.

  2. If you get BOTOX or dermal fillers in the face, please make sure you leave a 2-week window on either side of your procedure date . If you are receiving lip color tattooing please wait at least four weeks on either side of lip filler.

  3. 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.

    Most people do not know that you should clean and exfoliate your lash line. Debris, makeup, skin oils and dead skin cells can build up on the eyelids, and over time “clog” the lash follicle, creating a bumpy, uneven surface. This makes tattooing eyeliner very challenging and can lead to poor color retention. The older one is, the more likely for this condition to be present. Prepare for your eyeliner by using Occusoft Lid Scub Wipes, available at any drug store or on Amazon. You will need to rub and cleanse the lash line area two times daily for at least two weeks prior to your eyeliner appointment. This step will ensure a better outcome from your eyeliner tattoo procedure.

  4. Lip Color: If you have EVER had a cold sore (Herpes Simplex) you must begin taking an anti-viral (Valtrex, Acyclovir or similar) prescribed to you by your own physician. At least 80% of the human population has the virus, yet it is possible to not have ever had a known outbreak. We recommend prophylactic medication as a precaution for any lip procedure. If you do not have the Herpes Simplex virus it will not hurt you to take the anti-viral medication.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.


  • Pain: There can be pain even after the topical anesthetic has been used. Anesthetics work better on some people than others.


  • Infection: Infection is very unusual. The areas treated must be kept clean an only freshly cleaned hands should touch the areas. See "After Care" sheet for instructions on care.

  • Uneven Pigmentation: This can result from poor healing, infection, bleeding or many other causes. Your follow up appointment will likely correct any uneven appearance

  •  * Asymmetry: Every effort will be made to avoid asymmetry but our faces are not symmetrical so adjustments may be needed during the follow up session to correct any unevenness. 

  •  Excessive Swelling or Bruising: Some people bruise and swell more than others. Ice packs may help and the bruising and swelling typically disappears with 1-5 days. Some people don't bruise or swell at all. 

  • Eye Exposure: There is small risk of eye injury when an eyeliner procedure is performed. To avoid corneal abrasion, Celluvisc, a thick eye drop is used to protect the eye prior to the procedure. Eye drops are used to cleanse and flush the eye after the procedure is complete. 

  •  Anesthesia: Topical anesthetics are used to numb the area to be tattooed. Lidocaine, Prilo- caine, Benzocaine, Tetracaine and Epinephrine in a cream or gel form are typically used. If you are allergic to any of these please inform me now. 

  • MRI: Because pigments used in permanent cosmetic procedures contain inert oxides, a low level magnet may be required if you need to be scanned by an MRI machine. You must inform your technician of any tattoos or permanent cosmetics.

  •  Fever Blisters: If you are prone to cold sores or fever blisters, (herpes simplex), there is a high probability that you will get them. It is advised that you call your doctor for a prescription antiviral to help prevent this form occurring. 

  •  Allergic Reaction: There is a small possibility of an allergic reaction. You may take a 5-7 days patch test to determine this.

Pre Booking FAQ: Text
bottom of page