Perfection Permanent Makeup Consent Form
Do you have any allergies
Are you taking any medications on a daily basis?

Medication such as aspirin and other blood thinners can prevent a tattoo from clotting as effectively. This means that the tattooed skin will remain open and more susceptible to bacterial infections for a longer period of time. Please consult with your Medical Provider before booking an appointment. 

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Training Consent Form

Perfection Permanent Makeup reserves the right to cancel a class or change the class date if deemed necessary. The deposit and payment to reserve my seat are non- refundable. The training class balance, less the deposit, must be paid in full before the start of the course. Students will not be able to attend class if there is an outstanding balance. IfI am unable to attend the course and inform Perfection Permanent Makeup up 72 hours before the scheduled training day, I can reschedule for the same course at another future scheduled date depending on availability.

We kindly request that you arrive unaccompanied to your course.

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After Care 

  • No makeup or skin care on your tattooed area for 7 days

  • Do not work out in the first 48h

  • Do not get the area wet 

  • Do not get sun exposure

  • Wash the tattooed area with neutral/ antibacterial soap

  • Dry the tattooed area with a paper tissue

  •  APPLY a thin layer of the after-care cream to the tattooed area couple times a day for 5 days. 

  •  Occasionally people will experience swelling or redness for 2 or 3 days. 1 in 25 people may even experience a light bruising which will disappear quickly.

  •  Some areas maybe more swollen than others, which sometimes makes the tattoo look uneven. (Don’t be alarmed) 

  • Skin needs time to heal, therefore absolutely no touchups before 30 days after the procedure. 

  • After approximately 3 days, you may feel itching. This does not mean you are allergic to the pigment, but the flaking process has started to take place. Icing the area for a few minutes, should alleviate this feeling. Apply recommended ointment thereafter.

  • When the tattooed area begins to flake do not pick at the flakes. Allow them to flake naturally; early removal of pigment crust may result in areas with insufficient pigment. 

  • Signs and symptoms of infection include, but not limited to, severe redness, swelling, tenderness of the procedure site, red streaks going from the procedure site towards the heart, elevated body temperature, or purulent drainage from the procedure site. Discharge from site may be green/yellow in color and foul in odor. CONTACT TATTOO SHOP AND SEEK MEDICAL CARE IF ANY SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS OF INFECTION DEVELOP