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Once you have booked your appointment, you will receive a confirmation email. It is very important to read through the entirety of this email, as all the information is very important for your upcoming procedure.

You then will need to fill out the digital medical form, located in the email. This allows the artist to look over your health history and see if there are any contra-indications to the procedure and review your overall health.

Next step, is to read over and follow the pre-care instructions for your upcoming appointment. This is extremely important, as it limits bleeding, sensitivities and the overall success of the procedure.

You want to make sure you prepare as much as possible for your appointment, as you are investing time and money into this procedure. If you want the best results, follow the pre-care!

Cosmetic tattoo pigment is implanted into the most superficial layer of skin - the epidermis, just above the dermis. This layer of skin is constantly shedding and renewing itself, which causes permanent makeup pigments to fade over time.

With a traditional body tattoo, the ink is implanted

into a deeper layer of skin - the dermis. This holds the ink in place, with minor fading and lasts a lifetime.

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