Your price should include your second touch up appointment which should be done at least 4 to 6 weeks after their initial appointment. It is important to note that this touchup appointment will be done exactly the same way as their initial appointment. The eyebrows may need additional strokes to fill, or maybe an area did not take well. We must obvious for the obvious lightened strokes and go over them, then fill in between.The color may need an adjustment or the client may wish to have the brows thicker or darker. Other reasons include things like one tail looks longer, one looks thinner, etc. These are all minor imperfections that are easily fixed on a touchup visit and are expected. During your client's initial appointment it is always best to be cautious, don't go too thick, don't put strokes too close together, due to the swelling, we are best to leave the eyebrows and then perfect everything at their second appointment.


If your client doesn't like their eyebrows at all or the color after 8 weeks you will need to fix them using one of our SCALPA color correctors. You will go over the hair strokes with your SCALPA color corrector, either grey/ash, purple or blue. You need to let the eyebrows heal for another 4 weeks, then you can reapply using a different color. You cannot change the shape with this method, this is only for a complete color change. Utilize SCALPA Saline for removal of pigment and shape change. If it is an error that you made you might be willing to help your client and offer to go to their appointment, to learn what you may have done wrong or to also pay for their appointment and also refund any money for their original microblading procedure.This will protect your business name and integrity. Remember word travels fast in this industry.

Disclaimer of Medical and Legal Liability: Scalpa training courses are intended to provide the general knowledge to perform procedures but is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Reliance on the information in this training course for procedural purposes is to be used at your own risk. If you have questions or concerns, contact a medical professional prior to treatment. Scalpa is not held responsible or liable for risks involved with this procedure. 


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