Eyebrow Threading Consultation and Consent Form
1. Skip Cleansers and Makeup for 24 Hours
While most people don’t experience much irritation or breakouts, you can reduce this risk by avoiding the use of facial cleansers or makeup around your brows for about a day. This gives your skin time to recover fully so you don’t develop an inflammatory reaction to the skincare products. Exfoliating and anti-aging products should be avoided for up to 3 days around your brows for the same reason.
2. Treat Redness
Minor redness isn’t uncommon after eyebrow threading, but it typically goes away on its own within a few hours. You can reduce redness faster by spot cooling your brows with an ice pack right after your treatment. Soothing rose water or aloe vera can also ease inflammation and redness for perfect brows in no time.
3. Avoid Excess Sun Exposure
Your skin will be more sensitive to harmful UV rays immediately after your procedure. Avoid sun exposure as much as possible for the first two hours after threading. If you do go out, be sure to wear sunscreen. All heat sources should also be avoided. This includes tanning beds, hot baths, and the sauna.
4. Don’t Touch Your Brows
You will probably be tempted to touch your brows after threading. Resist the temptation for at least a few hours because touching will transfer oils from your fingers to your skin. This can clog the pores that were opened during the threading process and lead to a breakout or minor skin infection.
5. Don’t Use Self-Tanner for 2-3 Days
While you may want to accent your flawless new eyebrows with the perfect tan, it’s best to avoid self-tanning products on your face for the first few days, especially around the brows. If you do need to use self-tanner, use a barrier so the product won’t touch your hair or skin just around the brows.
6. Don’t tweeze or shave between appointments
Don’t tweeze or use a brow razor between appointments. These methods can lead to stubble, ingrown hairs, and too much hair removal.
7. Schedule touch-up appointments
Most people need a touch-up every 2 weeks to keep their brows sharp and clean. You can have threading done again once hair grows just past your skin.
8. Let Your Technician Know About Problems
If you experience uncommon side effects like bruising, itching, swelling, or skin grazes, let your technician know. He or she can give you advice on the best procedure to follow for a fast recovery.
If you have any concerns please seek medical advice.
Please read the following information carefully.
Please note that threading does have minimal side effects, such as redness, swelling, tenderness, etc. that could be experienced.
I have been fully informed regarding the methods, procedures and risks concerning my service(s).
The known risks of the service(s) I have chosen have been disclosed to me.
I understand that threading may result in reactions (scabbing, redness, bruising, pimples, ingrown hairs, and allergic reactions to products applied before, during or after the service) and I relieve the technician and the company of any liability as a result.
I have given an accurate account of the questions asked above including all known allergies or prescription drugs or products I am currently ingesting or using topically.
There are many products and procedures which can cause the skin to become more sensitive and susceptible to injury; these include but are not limited to: Accutane, Retin-A, Glycolic Lactic, Hydroquinone, Tetracycline, Renova, Salicylic Acid, Topical Cortisone, Other Skin Sensitisers, Chemical Peels, Laser Resurfacing, Microdermabrasion, Cancer Treatments, Any other Major Exfoltiation or Skin Sensitising Procedures.
I understand that it is my responsibility to notify my technician if I am taking or have taken any medications in the past 6 weeks or have had any procedures performed on me in the past 12 weeks which may cause my skin to become more sensitive and/or prone to injury.
I am willing to follow recommendations made by my technician for a home care regime that can minimise possible negative reactions.
In the event that I may have additional questions or concerns regarding my treatment or suggested post treatment care, I will consult the technician immediately.
I agree that this constitutes full disclosure.
I certify that I have read, and fully understand the above statements and that I have had sufficient opportunity to have any concerns discussed, and any questions answered.
I understand the procedure and accept the risks.
I do not hold the technician or company responsible for any of my conditions that were present, but not disclosed at the time of this skin care procedure, which may be affected by the treatment performed.
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If you have tested positive for COVID-19, or have any symptoms of COVID-19 (see below) please do not attend your appointment. Please contact us as soon as you know you will be unable to attend so we can reschedule.
- a high temperature or shivering (chills) – a high temperature means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
- a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours
- a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
- shortness of breath
- feeling tired or exhausted
- an aching body
- a headache
- a sore throat
- a blocked or runny nose
- loss of appetite
- feeling sick or being sick