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Limited Time Remaining


C $250 & up    C $450

TOUCH-UP   C $100
Can be combined with POWDERING


TOUCH-UP   C $100

C $250 & up    C $450

Can be combined with MICROBLADING


C $250 & up    C $450

TOUCH-UP   C $100


C $30& up    C $500

TOUCH-UP   C $150


C $250            C $450

TOUCH-UP   C $100



To start your brow journey, it is essential to know; what is microblading? Perhaps you’ve heard of it advertised in salons, online, or from friends, but you aren’t sure what it entails.

Microblading is a technique where semi-permanent ink is used with a specialized manual blade into the skin to mimic the look of eyebrow hair strokes.

It can go by a variety of names such as micropigmentation, eyebrow embroidery, 3D eyebrows, or semi-permanent brow tattoo. No matter the name, the procedure is designed to give you the most natural-looking hair strokes in the cosmetic tattooing industry.

Though gaining in popularity in North America in recent years, microblading has been around for about 25 years.

It was first developed and widely used in Asia and before gaining ground in many parts of Europe. Since its origin, the principal idea of microblading has remained the same; however, the technique has drastically improved in the past five years.

Powder Ombre Brows


Powder ombré brows are a cosmetic tattooing technique used to create defined and shaded eyebrows that resemble the look of softly powdered makeup.


Here's how it works:

1. Consultation: Before the procedure, you'll have a consultation with a trained and certified permanent makeup artist. During this consultation, you'll discuss your desired brow shape and color to ensure they match your preferences.

2. Preparation: The brow area is cleaned and numbed with a topical anesthetic to minimize discomfort during the procedure.

3. Tattooing: Using a specialized machine the artist deposits pigment into the skin in a series of tiny dots or stippling motions. Unlike microblading, which creates individual hair-like strokes, powder ombré brows involve a more uniform shading technique. The artist gradually builds up the color from lighter to darker, creating an ombre effect.

4. Touch-Up: A follow-up appt is usually scheduled after 4-6 weeks to touch up and refine the brows. 

Lips Blush 

Lip blush, also known as lip blushing or lip tattooing, is a cosmetic tattooing technique that enhances the color, shape, and definition of the lips. It is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that involves depositing pigment into the upper layers of the skin to create a natural-looking, subtly tinted effect on the lips. The benefits of lip blush include enhancing the natural beauty of the lips, creating the appearance of fuller and more defined lips, and providing long-lasting color that eliminates the need for daily lipstick or lip gloss application. Lip blush is a popular choice for those who want a natural and low-maintenance lip enhancement and would like to fix the asymmetry.



Permanent eyeliner is a PMU (permanent makeup) treatment that involves using a specialised tattoo machine to implant pigment on the lash line to replicate the look of eyeliner 

Permanent Lash Liner is the most natural and conservative eyeliner technique, since the color is only deposited within the lash line, not on top of the lashes. If you're looking for your eyelashes to appear fuller or want to define your eyes, this is a great approach.



Skin Conditions

  • Eczema / Dermatitis / Psoriasis / Rosacea / Shingles

  • Ingrown hairs or acne on the eyebrow area

  • Severely oily skin or eyebrows (colour retention will be very low or none at all)

  • Large pores (pigment could bleed and result in powdered appearance)

  • Raised Moles, Skin piercings in or around the eyebrow area (pigment won’t retain well on those areas)

  • Eyebrow hair transplant

  • Acne medication (must wait one year before treatment, please consult regarding the type of acne medication used if unsure)

  • Extremely thin skin (bleeds very easy and will not be able to retain colour)

  • Tanned or sunburned skin (must not tan two weeks before treatment)

  • Use any eyebrow growth conditioner (skin will be hypersensitive, discontinue use two months before the procedure)

  • Forehead Injections in the past two months

Medical Conditions

  • Pregnant or nursing

  • Epilepsy

  • Sick (cold, flu)

  • Hemophilia or any bleeding disorders

  • Diabetic

  • Heart conditions / Pace Maker / Defibrillator

  • Thyroid condition (Hypo, Hyperthyroidism, Graves Disease, Hashimoto’s)

  • Autoimmune Disorder

  • Trichotillomania

  • Chemotherapy (consult with a doctor – approval will be required)

  • Viral Infections and or diseases

  • Certain medications

Before your (PMU)Treatment

  • Do not consume alcohol 24-48 hours before the procedure

  • Do not drink caffeine 24 hours before the procedure

  • Do not work out the day of the procedure

  • Do not tan two weeks prior or come to with a sunburned face

  • Do not have injections in the eyebrow area 4 weeks before the procedure

  • Please note that you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle

  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin or Ibuprofen 24 hours before the procedure

  • Consult with your doctor before you discontinue any medication

  • Do not use AHA skincare products close to the eyebrow area no less than two weeks before your procedure

  • Do not use Retin A skincare products close to the eyebrow area 1 month before your procedure

  • IPL, laser hair removal should be performed no less than two weeks before your procedure

  • Do not tweeze, wax, thread, or perform electrolysis one week before the procedure. Do not resume any method of hair removal for at least two weeks or until healing is complete




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