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Microblading

MICROBLADING - EYEBROWS
Initial Application - $495 *includes one touch up

TATTOO APPLICATION *includes one touch up
Brow Tattooing - $550
Lash Enhancer - $300
Eyeliner Tattoo - $500
Lip Tattoo - $350
Full Lips - $550
Lip & Eye Tattoo - $650

PARAMEDICAL TATTOOING
Areola Tattoo: prices upon consult
Scar Revision: prices upon consult

ADDITIONAL TOUCH UPS FOR EYEBROWS & EYELINER
Within 3-12 months - $200
Over 12 months - pricing would be at regular cost

CORRECTION COSTS
If your tattooist needs to correct other artists work, there could be cost on top of treatment price added for the extra time and difficulty of fixing others work. This will be discussed during consultation.

What is Permanent Makeup?

Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which exercises tattoos as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup, such as eyelining and other permanent enhancing colors to the skin of the face, lips, and eyelids. It is also used to produce artificial eyebrows, particularly in people who have lost them as a consequence of old age, disease, such as alopecia, chemotherapy, or a genetic disturbance, and to disguise scars and white spots in the skin such as in vitiligo. It is also used to restore or enhance the breast's areola, such as after breast surgery.

Most commonly called permanent cosmetics, other names include; dermapigmentation, micropigmentation, and cosmetic tattooing, the latter being most appropriate since permanent makeup is, in fact, tattooing.

What is Microblading?

Microblading is a feathering process available to anyone looking for a semi-permanent solution to correct sparse brows. A small blade is used to deposit ink throughout the brow area. It is considered to be semi-permanent and can last 6 months to two years with touch ups in between leaving you with a natural, hair stroke like brow.

With brows being the hot topic these days, it is more confusing than ever to decide what differentiates one microblading specialist from another?

The knowledge and expertise that Sahar, our Paramedical Tattooist has gained with BioTouch Canada has made her stand out from the rest due to the extensive training, safety protocols and the usage of iron oxide pigments, an ingredient safe for the skin.

What should I expect in my first appointment?
We provide a consultation to all of our clients. You can arrange your consultation and procedure on separate days, or the same day.

During your consultation, Sahar will discuss your expectations and the ideal shape and color you are looking to achieve.

Sahar will do a pencil design preview to give you an idea of how you will look after the procedure, as well as offer some alternative style suggestions.

What should I do before my procedure?

For lips: If you have EVER have cold sores/fever blisters/herpes on or around your lips, you MUSTobtain a prescription of an anti-viral medication from your doctor and inform him/her that your intention is to have a lip tattoo. Start taking it 3 days before and 4 days after the procedure (or follow the doctor’s instruction). Failure to take this anti-viral medication may well cause an outbreak, which in turn will compromise the results of your lip procedure.

For eyeliner: Wear your regular glasses instead of your contact lenses. Do not wear mascara (especially water-proof mascara, because this is more difficult to remove, and doing so will cause the eyes to be more irritated and sensitive).

For eyebrows: If you have an ideal shape and color in mind, bring reference photos and eyebrow pencil or powder.

Please Note: If you plan to go on a vacation, it is recommended to plan this trip a minimum 10 days after the procedure. We also request our clients avoid prescription blood thinners (if possible) for 24 hours prior to their appointment. This also includes Vitamin E, Aspirin and Alcohol.

How long does Permanent Makeup last?

The treatment is permanent and will not wash off. However, it will fade over time and may need a retouch every 1- 5 years. Frequency of touch-ups depends on a number of factors including: the pigment color used (lighter colors fade faster), lifestyle (sun exposure), iron deficiency (your body absorbs iron-oxide as a supplement), and if any chemical peels come into contact with treated areas. 

Touch-ups are normal for Permanent Makeup procedures, with each new procedure requiring 2 visits. The initial procedure followed by a free touch-up procedure about 2 months later. Lips may require one additional appointment.

What are the pigments made of?

Pigments come in a variety of colors specially formulated with iron oxide, an ingredient safe for the skin. We do not use pigments made from organic ingredients, such as vegetables as they have a high risk of carrying bacteria and causing allergic reactions. Because color is implanted just underneath the dermal layer of the skin, the resulting shade is soft and muted, unlike regular cosmetic makeup that sits on the surface of the skin.