A 24 hour notice is required to cancel and reschedule an appointment or permanent makeup deposit will be forfeited or a 25% of total cost of services inconvenience fee will be charged to a card on file or invoice to client. If client does not pay the inconvenience fee, I will not take client for future services.
No Call \ No Show
Clients that do not show up to their appointment without notice will forfeit their permanent makeup deposit or a 50% of total cost of services inconvenience fee will be charged to a card on file or invoiced to client. If client does not pay the inconvenience fee, I will not take client for future services. I respect your time, please respect mine.
If a client is going to be late or cannot make their appointment due to unforeseen circumstances, I ask they please contact me as soon as possible. Clients who arrive over 15 minutes late may result in a deposit forfeit or 25% inconvenience fee.
If client arrives 15 minutes late the appointment will be either cut short or canceled. Client that arrive 15+ minutes late that results in cancellation of their appointment will be required to pay a new deposit if they wish to continue with their procedure.
I am self employed. When clients fail to show up to their appointment or cancel on short notice, I am unable to fill the appointment and lose my income. These terms can be extremely difficult for me to enforce due to the relationships I build with my clients but I have to be firm with these terms to protect my business and lively hood.
Thank you for understanding and respecting my terms.
Permanent make up is a form of cosmetic tattooing where pigment is placed in the dermal/epidermal layer of the tissue. Retention of the pigment is out of our control, as it is determined by the patient’s skin type, how well they follow after-care procedures, as well as their immune system, therefore no specific result can be 100% guaranteed.
We do not offer microblading services to pregnant women.
The main concern with getting a tattoo during pregnancy is the risk of contracting an infection, such as Hepatitis B and HIV. Although the risk is small, it is recommended that you wait to get a tattoo until after your baby is born. We also don't know how tattoo dyes and inks affect a developing baby. Small amounts of chemicals that might be harmless to an adult can have a much bigger impact on a tiny fetus. Because of skin changes during pregnancy, a tattoo that you get while you're pregnant might not look the same after you deliver your baby.