Are You a Candidate for Brazilian Stretch Mark Camouflage Tattoo

Today's topic is an important one! And it's all about who would make a good candidate for Brazilian Stretch Mark Camouflage. The first step to book an appointment is first seeing if your stretch marks are treatable. Let's go through a few simple steps to see if you can be treated!

Step 1: What Color Are Your Stretch Marks?

You are a Candidate if: Stretch marks must be lighter than your skin tone to be treated. Meaning light pink or white in color. You are NOT a candidate if: Your stretch marks are red, pink, dark pink, darker than your skin tone or grey.   If your stretch marks are not lighter than your natural skin color, then it means your stretch marks are most likely still healing and they may turn to a lighter color down the road. Note: We require stretch marks to be at least two years old. 

Not a Candidate

Not a Candidate

Candidate

Candidate

 

Candidate


Step 2: What Texture Are Your Stretch Marks?

You are a Candidate it: Your stretch marks are flat and smooth in texture. You are NOT a candidate if your stretch marks are ridged and have texture throughout them.   There are treatments to help smoothen your stretch marks, so reach out to us for recommendations of different treatment options to get your stretch marks flat and smooth. We require the stretch marks to be flat and smooth, in order to achieve the most beautiful results. 

Step 3: Book with Alicia Shapira!

We offer virtual consultations for all of our clients, just send us a call or email and we will be in touch to see how we can help make your stretch marks disappear. Did you know Alicia Shapira is the only person in the United States who was hand trained by the inventor of this procedure, Rodolpho Torres?! And she is the only other person allowed to train this procedure. So be sure to do your research and choose the right person to you get you on the road to beautiful results!
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