In permanent cosmetics the term full face means the combination of eyebrows, eyeliner and lips. The full face is very common. Once someone gets one cosmetic procedure done and they realize how much they love it, it’s natural to want to get the rest done too.
A full-face procedure will take 3-5 hours. In fact, one advantage is that your aftercare for all the areas is all done at once. If considering doing the full face please read the pages for each individual procedure.
Are there other health concerns?
People with a history of cold sores need to pre-medicate with an anti-viral drug (Zoviraz, Valtrex, or Acyclovir) prior to a lip coloring procedure. People with active Glaucoma that requires eye drops to treat cannot have eyeliner due to the pressure sensitivity in the eye. Any active skin condition such as exema, psoriasis, or cystic acne in the area must have clear skin in the area being addressed at the time of the procedure. People taking blood thinners cannot have permanent makeup. Prospective clients with any other chronic medical condition (metabolic) being treated by a physician should have an OK from your doctor.
Wake up with makeup! You will love the freedom you will feel with having your full face done! You can wake up without feeling you have to rush to get your make up.