Absolutely, it is a good idea to plan for the treatment. Most clients return to work right after their treatment, however clients who have not had brows for a very long time or a very little brow and do not wear a fringe, find they may prefer to have a SAT treatment to get used to the result.
Irish weather is normally very wet, but the summers of the past few years have been very sunny, so blatent sunbathing with/without a sunhat is ill advised during the healing phase. After the brows have healed a sunscreen over the brows is best advised. All this is explained in your consent form and aftercare sheet you signed at apt time.
Likewise swimming in the sea or chlorine pools during the healing phase WILL dramatically fade your eyebrows. Bear in mind that chlorine is a bleach and salty water( saline) is used to remove pigments from the skin!
Clients on Warfarin/ Aspirin can have a less than desired result with just 2 visits, as the hairstroke technique may cause some bleeding and the pigments may be washed out. This is very important to let me know if you are on anticoagulant treatments, as you must be prepared for further visits . Sometimes, it may be advised that a Powder brow treatment is better suited rather than Embroidery, due to this fact.
Some befores and afters