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Microblading & Touch up


2 hours

Including a touch up after 4-6 weeks

Annual Colour Boost 


2 hours

1-3 years after initial treatment

Microblading Eyebrows Montreal

All Prices are Tax Included.



Microblading is a semi-permanent technique of tattooing realistic hair strokes to add fullness to the brows and create a more defined shape. An extremely small and precise blade is used to create the thinnest hairs that blend seamlessly with the original brows.


The shape is determined based on each client's unique bone structure, personality and style. As for the colour, whether the client is bleach blonde, brunette, or redhead, the perfect colour is mixed on the spot using different shades to match the original brow colour that also compliments the client's skin tone.

Visit the FAQ page for more useful information and commonly asked questions.


Here's a list of Unsuitable Candidates for Microblading that cannot receive this procedure:

  • Under 18 years old

  • Pregnant or Breastfeeding

  • History of keloid scarring

  • History of Epilepsy

  • Eczema, psoriasis, shingles in brow area

  • Sunburn

  • Received Botox within the last 30 days

  • Receiving blood-thinning medication

  • Receiving Accutane, Retin-A, Renova, cortisone, steroids

  • Blood disorders (hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, platelet disorder

  • Receiving chemotherapy treatment

  • Has HIV+, Hepatitis, Dermatitis, Hemophilia

Microblading Montreal

 Treatment Care 


Exfoliate the brow area the day before your treatment so we don't microblade dry or dead skin that's about to shed.

On the day of your appointment, arrive with no creams or makeup on eyebrows and forehead to avoid having slippery skin. The forehead skin will be stretched tight to create thin, crisp strokes, and your needs to maintain a tight and controlled grip.

Avoid coffee in the morning to help calm your mimic muscles and allow creating an accurate, symmetrical outlined shape.

Avoid aspirin 5 days before. Blood thinners increase the likelihood of bleeding, which dries and creates more scabbing and shedding in the weeks after. Avoid alcohol 24 hours before for the same reason described.


Surface wounds take 14 days to heal shut, and deeper wounds take another 14 days. The final healed result takes 30 days.

During the first 14 days, you must avoid sweating, moisture and applying any creams, makeup or other product on the treated area.


Avoid exfoliating, touching with unwashed fingers, itching, rubbing, picking, until the Microblading is fully healed.

If you're planning a sunny vacation after your treatment, keep in mind you'll need a touch up after 4-6 weeks and another 14-30 days of healing before you can safely expose them to water and sunlight. 

The better the aftercare, the better the healed results! 

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