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Powder Ombré Brows 

  • Using a machine to shade in the eyebrows giving them a "powdered" makeup look as you would if filling it in with powdered makeup and blending the color gradually lighter as you go towards the nose or head of brow. Touchup required 4-6 weeks after initial session.


  • Microblading is a tattooing technique in which a small handheld tool made of several tiny needles is used to scratch and deposit pigment simultaneously under your skin to create realistic-looking brow hairs.Touchup required 4-6 weeks after initial session.

Combo Brows

  • This technique is a combination of Microblading and Powder Ombré Brows. Touchup required 4-6 weeks after initial session.

What To Expect?

  • DO NOT expect your brow tattoos to heal perfectly after the first session. This can be a 2 step process. It takes time.  BE PATIENT during your 10 day healing process your brows will change and appear different from day to day. 

  • Immediately after your procedure brows will appear darker and more defined and this will last up to 2 weeks . Your brow tattoo can appear more solid, hair strokes may seem to disappear and it may look wet and painted on. 

  • Around days 4-5 you will experience flaking and your brows may look dry. DO NOT PICK your brows, let any dryness fall off naturally. If flakes gets picked off prematurely missing hair stokes will result and cause patchy brows which can lead to scarring. 

  • Your brow tattoo will take up to 4 weeks to fully heal. When the flaking comes off the hair strokes may seem faint this is because a fresh layer of skin has healed over the brow tattoo. Give your brows a few weeks and the hair strokes will become clearer.  Colour will continue to change on a daily basis until all healing is complete at the 4 week mark. 

  • You may experience itchiness in the brows after the 10 days for up to 2 months due to the healing process of the dermal layer. 

  • Not everyones hairstoke brows can heal clean and crisp. Hairstrokes for oilier skin types tend to heal more solid and powdery while drier skin types tend to heal more crisp and defined. Also for those who bleed more may tend to need more touchups as the blood pushes the pigment out while we tattoo.  

Clients Not Suitable For PMU ​

  • Under the age of 18 years old. Unless parental consent 

  • Previously had a solid permanent makeup tattoo that is very dark and discoloured.

  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Colour retention is unpredictable. Breastfeeding clients must have a doctor’s note stating that the client may proceed with the tattoo procedure. Please note: breastfeeding causes hormonal changes and may alter the tattoo results

  • On any medications that are blood thinners like Accutane, Retin-A, Retin-A, Vitamin A. Stop 6 weeks prior to procedure.

  • Skin diseases like psoriasis, ingrown hairs, dermatitis, undiagnosed rashes and blisters on or around the area.

  • If you are prone to keloid scarring there may be a higher chance you may get it after the procedure

  • Recent sun exposure that has caused a burn will be very sensitive and painful, wait 4 weeks after have recently burnt to have procedure done

  • Mature skin that is loose and wrinkled are difficult as the strokes will get lost in between the creases. (Not meant for Microblading)

  • Eczema or dry skin are more prone to pigment loss as the skin is shedding more often

  • Oily Skin or clients with large pores tend to bleed the strokes more easily making the tattoo appear more solid. Wider gaps between strokes can counteract this. (Microblading clients only)

  • Growth Serum, please discontinue 6 weeks prior to procedure

  • Clients who have a bleeding disorder, heart condition or have pacemaker, autoimmune disorder, and shingles cannot have this procedure done.

  • Certain medications may cause issues during procedure, please consult your physician prior and disclose that information before booking appointment.

  • Disclose any allergies to technician before booking procedure as some ingredients may be in the pigments or numbing agents used.

  • Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation can cause skin to become darker and discoloured. (Common with Fitzpatrick 6 skin types)

Pre Care

  • Avoid alcohol 48 hours before the procedure

  • Avoid caffeine 24 hours before the procedure. Consuming alcohol & caffeine thins the blood and usually results in excessive bleeding.

  • Avoid chemical peels & exfoliants before the procedure

  • Refrain from waxing or plucking one week before.

  •  Botox should be done one month before or one month after. Please be advised you are more sensitive during and around your menstrual cycle.

  • Eat a snack as it can take up to 3 hours for new eyebrows.

  • Take a Tylenol  if you are more sensitive to pain 30 minutes before DO NOT take any medications such as Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Ibuprofen 48-72 hours before the appointment

  • Be prepared with picture references of eyebrows you like. 

  • Go to the gym BEFORE your appointment. No cardio or sweating for up to 7days.

  • Avoid tanning 48 hours before the appointment 


Please come to appointment makeup free as not to hide your true skin tone colour and appearance. This affects the pigment colour chosen and how it may heal on the skin. You can come in with your brows pre drawn on if you have a specific shape you like.

A patch test involves placing small amounts of the substances being used against the skin and affixing them in place. It is recommended at least 48 hours prior to procedure to determine if any rashes and allergic or skin reactions will occur due to the numbing or pigments being used. Note that even with a patch test performed, there is no guarantee reactions still will not occur due to aftercare or other changes. If you want to do a patch test, an appointment must be made prior to your initial appointment date. If you do not come in for a patch test prior, you understand that you will be waiving the right to patch test and going ahead with the procedure. 



Post Care

After the appointment any redness or irritation will subside in the next 2 hours.

During the first week of healing, the  Brows will look dark and intense. It is important to remember that the first week of the NEW Brows is not the true results. The New Brows will in time start to scab and peel. As the days progress you may start to see colour loss in pigment and patchy areas but don't be alarmed the pigment will come back in a few days to a couple weeks.

Typical healing time is about two weeks.

Things to avoid while healing:

  • Tanning, Swimming, Saunas, Hot tubs, Gym or any activity that may cause cause you to excessively sweat for two weeks.

  • Facials, chemical peels, rentinols, vitamin e oils or any products that may promote the skin to peel more rapidly for two weeks.

  • Avoid wetting the new Brows for at least 3 days.

  • No makeup on the new Brows.

  • Activities that require you to lay on your face. 

  • Picking or peeling the scabs on the new Brows.

Aftercare instructions:

  1. The first 3 days, avoid all water contact on the new Brows.

  2. On the 2nd day, apply a paper thin layer of the aftercare ointment to the new Brows. You may use clean fingers to apply the ointment.

  3. Use a paper thin layer of the aftercare ointment, once in the morning and once at night for 7 days.

  4. After 2 weeks, you may resume all regular activities and skin care routine.

  5. After 3 weeks, use SPF 60 to protect your new Brows from fading.

  6. After your1st session you will require a touch up within 4-8 weeks.

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