Frequently Asked Qestions

Micropigmentation, or permanent make up, is an innovative cosmetic procedure that enables both men and women to enhance the shape of their eyebrows, hairline, lips, eyes, and more, through the process of depositing pigment into the skin’s dermal layer.

This smudge-free treatment lasts for years and is a great way to restore confidence and self esteem in those with alopecia, hair loss, chemotherapy patients, and more.

Permanent make-up is great for both males and females who wish to improve the appearance of their hairline, eyebrows, lips, and more.

It also great for those with allergies to traditional make-up.

Those with physical limitations, such as severe arthritis, may also benefit from permanent make-up. People who wear glasses and contact wearers with sensitive eyes may also be good candidates for this procedure.

Additionally, since permanent make up can also be used for medical purposes, known as dermapigmentation, it can also be used to treat scars, correct cleft lips, and restore areola pigmentation in those who have undergone chemotherapy or breast construction surgery.

After your first treatment you will be invited back within 30 to 60 days.

This visit is for a touch up treatment after your first treatment has healed any corrections needed will be done on this day.


Proper care following your procedure is necessary to achieve the best results. Keep in mind that in many cases, some unevenness of colour is to be expected. This is the purpose of the re-touch visit. Please review the following directions and refer to them as necessary. If during the healing process you have any questions or concerns, please contact your technician.

For the first day:

O  Ice packs protected with a cloth may be applied as necessary to reduce swelling.

O  If you suffer with cold sores at present or anytime in the past use an anti-herpes medication for example Zovirax, five times daily. Continue use for the next 6 days  ( Lips Only )


You may experience the following for 72 hours: 

o                Flaking.

o                Tenderness.

o                Dryness and itchiness in the treated area.

o                Swelling and redness.

o                Eyelashes may stick together, particularly overnight.  ( Eyeliner Only )

o                Puffy eyelids. ( Eyeliner Only )

o                Bruising around the eyes.  ( Eyeliner Only )


Daily Care to follow for at least one week until your procedure has fully healed: 

O  Always wash your hands before applying the aftercare healing balm. Apply a minimum of 3 times daily, using a cotton bud

O  Prevent cross-contamination of your healing balm by using a clean cotton bud for each application.

O  We recommend you use a gentle facial cleanser to clean the face during the healing period.

O  Keep hair away from the treated site to prevent any infection.

O  Some itching is normal. DO NOT PICK, PEEL OR SCRATCH the treated area or the colour may heal unevenly and you risk scarring and infection. Allow the wound to flake on its own.

O  No makeup should be applied for 72 hours after the procedure.

O  Do not expose the healing skin to direct sun, tanning beds, Jacuzzis, saunas, salt water, chlorinated pools, direct shower spray, hot water, skin creams or ointments other than what you have been instructed to use for two weeks following your procedure.

O  If the area gets wet, gently pat dry using clean tissue.  ( Eyebrows and Liner )

O  Remember, your selected colour will be stronger and more sharply defined immediately after treatment but as the healing process occurs the colour will soften and lighten.

O  No kissing and if the area gets wet, gently pat dry using clean tissue.  ( Lips Only )

O  Avoid eating spicy and salty foods and try to drink through a straw.  ( Lips Only )

O  Do not pick the epithelial crust. Allow it to flake on its own.  ( Lips Only )


Long Term Care 

O  Use a good sunscreen. Sun exposure will fade your permanent cosmetics.

O  If you are planning a chemical peel, MRI scan or other medical procedure, please inform your doctor of your permanent cosmetics.

O  Please inform the National Blood Service if you donate blood, as you may not be eligible to give blood for a year post procedure.

Eyebrow microblading is the art of creating fuller thicker eyebrows through the use if a manual tattooing technique. The process involves the application of detailed, fine lines on the eyebrow area that effectively mimic the natural color and fine hairs that form the eyebrow. First, a fine scalpel or blade is used to make fine, microstroking incisions on the skin in a shape and form that has been predetermined by the microblading specialist and the client

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