Policies and Pricing

Policies

Brows

After your 6-week post-procedure touchup, only under specific circumstances and approval by your artist should work be touched up within one year from your last appointment. Brows should be about 70% faded at the time of your annual or bi-annual touchup. Repeatedly tattooing the delicate skin of the face increases your chances of damaging the skin, creating scar tissue, and decreasing your skin's ability to retain additional pigment. Some factors that may decrease longevity or cause uneven healed results of permanent makeup are: repeated sun exposure, intense skin treatments such as microdermabrasion or chemical peels, oiliness of the skin, ability to follow appropriate pre and post care procedures. 


Tattooing over work done by another artist often requires advanced color correction techniques and on some occasions, up to 3 sessions. Clients new to Blush, but with previous permanent makeup done elsewhere, are charged the same as first time clients with no previous work done ($500), which includes 6-week post-procedure touchup as well as one additional touchup if determined by artist that it is necessary to make further corrections.

 Old permanent makeup, especially that which has become discolored, is very old, or was applied incorrectly, sometimes requires saline removal before adding additional pigment to the skin. It is possible to do more harm than good to reapply pigment over poorly healed or discolored permanent makeup. In some cases, adequate correction cannot be made and removal is needed. Clients will be advised on this and can choose, of course, whether or not to take advice. But please note, artist dignity will not be compromised by attempting to correct work that is too far gone or tattooing scarred or damaged skin. This holds true no matter how light they appear or how long it's been since they were done.  If you have concerns regarding this, please contact us and send clear, up-close, and well-lit photos via email to discuss BEFORE attending your appointment. If you have ever had permanent makeup on your brows before, you must let us know prior to booking so we can make sure it can be corrected. Failure to do so may result in disappointment or loss of deposit if you arrive to your appointment and previous work cannot be improved without removal and you choose not to continue with the service, and we don't want that to happen to you!


Call or email us to book a consultation if you are more comfortable discussing your procedure prior to the day of your appointment. However, all things regarding your procedure such as shape, color, and general workings of the procedure will be explained during your appointment and questions are always happily answered.


We accept all major debit and credit cards, PayPal, Venmo, personal checks and cash. $30 fee for bounced checks will be added to outstanding balance and will be required via cash or card. 


All permanent makeup appointments require a non-refundable $100.00 booking deposit to book which will then go toward cost of procedure on the day of your appointment. This booking fee goes toward your total investment and holds your spot in your artist’s schedule. Deposit will be forfeited if your appointment is missed without notice or cancellation/reschedule is not made at least 48 hours prior to your appointment. Because we are very busy and all of our staff works with clients in the studio, sometimes we do not reply immediately, but your email or voicemail giving notice of need to cancel or reschedule will suffice and we will return your request as soon as possible. 

Please schedule online to book your appointment. Please call or email us if you are having issues with online booking. After selecting desired artist, date, and time, you will be redirected to pay your deposit when required. Please review our cancellation policy below prior to booking.

Cancellation Policy 
We want you, and all our clients, to have a great experience! Please read this policy before booking any appointments at Blush to ensure you fully understand. The reason for this policy is that we remain very booked for all services, with some clients waiting months to be seen. While we are extremely grateful for support from our clients, timely and efficient service is a must in order for us to provide outstanding customer service. Failure to comply with these policies will result in our inability to service everyone in a fair and efficient way. We are so thankful for your business and welcome any inquiries you may have about our policies.
For all permanent makeup appointments, a minimum of 48-hour notice is required to cancel your appointment. We simply ask that you call, (voicemail if needed) or email us at least 48 hours prior to your appointment time to cancel. Should you fail to cancel your appointment at least 48 hours prior, or fail to show up altogether, you will forfeit your booking deposit. Should you wish to reschedule your appointment after a no-notice no-show, you certainly can. You will, however, be required to pay another non-refundable deposit to book another date which will go toward the cost of service on the day of your appointment.
Should you cancel or reschedule your free 6-8 week touchup appointment within 12 hours, or no call/no show for your appointment, you will be required to pay for your touch-up. Touch-up prices for brows originally done by Blush are listed in our pricing menu above. 
If you are over 15 minutes late to any appointment, you will be asked to reschedule, and the same policies above will apply. This is due to the fact that all clients receive thorough consultations, precise and detailed work and we will not rush your appointment or others. Therefore, if you are more than 15 minutes late to your appointment, you will forfeit your deposit and be required to pay an additional deposit if you choose to book a future appointment .

Unfortunately, we cannot make exceptions to this policy. By booking your appointment with Blush, you acknowledge that you have read, understand and agree to the Cancellation Policy.

 

Proper healing and retention of pigment depends heavily on properly following pre and post-procedural care. The skin of the face is sensitive and delicate by nature. Clients must be in generally good health and the day of your procedure, the skin must be healthy and not injured or irritated. Learn how to prepare for your procedure: 

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