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Permanent Makeup Fredericton

Your Brow Specialists
Brow Tattooing Fredericton



 $500  Microblading (Includes initial touch up)

$500  Eyebrow Shading (Includes initial touch up)

$600  Combo Eyebrow Tattoo (Includes initial touch up), this technique uses a combination or Powder Brows and Microblading. 

$500  Lip Blushing (Includes initial touch up)

Eyebrow shading include a 4-8 week complimentary post procedure touch up.

Touch ups are only available for existing clients, if extended beyond this time frame, certain fees apply.

Results vary based on skin type, once initial service and touch up is done, results will last 1-3 years.




What is Permanent Makeup?

Permanent makeup is specialized cosmetic tattooing done with a
machine. Some of the techniques are referred to as micro-pigmentation,
feathering and hair strokes. The makeup is applied by depositing colored
pigment into the dermis of the skin. It is long-lasting but will need touch-ups
due to UV exposure and natural skin exfoliation. Touch-ups are done every

1-3years. It helps to replenish what time has taken away, gives back
precious time you normally spend “putting on your face".


You will receive a consultation to determine the colour and shape
of the permanent makeup you desire. Factors such as your makeup style, skin
tone, hair colour and desired outcome will be considered to determine the
design of the permanent makeup that will be most flattering and suitable for you.


I'm interested- what happens when I make a booking?

Permanent makeup is not advised for Fitzpatrick Skin types 1
(light blonde or red heads/translucent skin/light eyes). Due to
hypersensitivity and thinness of this skin type, it generally does not
hold the colour well and can bleed quite easily.


Can permanent makeup be performed on any skin type or complexion?

How "permanent" is it?

Permanent makeup is long lasting and can remain in the skin for 1
to 3 years depending on the colour, placement and your skin type.


Over time, your permanent makeup will fade due to many factors
such as: natural skin exfoliation, sun exposure, medications and the use of
creams/chemicals. To maintain the colour and shape it is advisable to
touch up the treated area every 1 to 2 years. A good indication of needing
maintenance is when you start having to add to your permanent makeup with
pencil or other cosmetics.


Does it fade or require any maintenance?

Every cosmetic skin procedure involves a very small degree of risk
and, although exceedingly uncommon, it is important that you understand and
accept the rare risks involved with Permanent Cosmetic Makeup- these include
possible infection, allergic reaction, improper placement, dissatisfaction with
the result, permanency and difficulty of removal. An individual’s informed
decision to undergo any cosmetic procedure is based upon a comparison of the
risks to potential benefits, alternatives and cost. We take every necessary step
and precaution to minimize the risks associated with permanent makeup.


Are there any risks?

Is the procedure painful?

You may experience a minor and tolerable degree of
scratching/pricking during the procedure. A topical anesthetic is used to
reduce discomfort and promote relaxation. The treated area may be slightly
tender immediately following the procedure. Tenderness will diminish
within a few days post-treatment.


This will depend on the appearance and design of the previous
permanent makeup and is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. You can send
clear pictures to for analysis and we can give

you an evaluation based on the pictures we receive and follow up with

a consultation if necessary.

I already have permanent makeup from a prior procedure

Can it be improved or updated?

Am I a good candidate?

Unfortunately, not all clients are good candidates for permanent
makeup due to the existence of certain contraindicated skin conditions or pre-existing
medical conditions. If you have a contraindicated skin condition you may
not retain colour well and thus may not be entirely satisfied with your outcome.


What are the contraindicated skin conditions?

The following skin conditions compromise the outcome of a procedure:
·    Ingrown hairs and open bumps on eyebrow-injured skin cannot be tattooed
·    Eczema (constant flaking/itching/irritation/shedding of skin)
·    Psoriasis (constant flaking/itching/irritation/shedding of skin)
·    Dermatitis (constant flaking/itching/irritation/shedding of skin)
·    Rosacea (chronic acne-like skin indicated by redness)
·    Severely oily skin on eyebrows (Poor colour retention)
·    Large pores on your forehead & in the eyebrow area 

    (colour will blur/blend in large pores resulting in a powdered look)
·    Have moles/raised areas/piercings in or around the brow/eye area
     (anything raised or indented will not retain colour)
·    Deep wrinkles in the brow area (the hair strokes will not lay
     properly in the creases, giving the eyebrows an uneven look)
·    Hair transplant for your eyebrows (colour will not take in the
     scar tissue where the plugs were placed)
·    Shingles (permanent makeup should not be performed as the
     procedure could cause a flare-up

The following medical conditions preclude you from having a procedure:
·    Pregnancy or nursing
·    Hemophilia
·    Heart Conditions/Pacemaker/Defibrillator
·    Body runs hot (increased bleeding)
·    Bleeding disorders
·    Thyroid condition and taking medication for this condition (Hypo,
     Hyperthyroidism, Graves Disease, Hashimoto’s)
·    Autoimmune Disorder such as LUPUS or Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia
     (MS, RA, Lupus or the like)
·    Trichotillomania (Compulsive pulling of body hair)
·    Upper or lower eyelid surgery


What are the contraindicated medical conditions?


Use of the following products may compromise the outcome of a
procedure and are contraindicated:
·    Accutane or Retin-A (acne medication) - Wait 1 year before
·    Retinol or Vitamin A- Use must be discontinued for 1 month prior
     to procedure.
·    Use of Latisse or any eyelash/eyebrow growth conditioner - Use
     must be discontinued for 6 months prior to procedure.
·    Glaucoma Eye Drops
·    Triflusal (Disgren)
·    Clopidogrel (Plavix)
·    Prasugrel (Effient)
·    Ticagrelor (Brilinta)
·    Ticlopidine (Ticlid)
·    Cilostazol (Pletal)
·    Vorapaxar (Zontivity)
·    Dipyridamole (Persantine)
·    Coumadin

Can the use of any products or medications impact my results?

I have an amazing tan right now- can I still have a procedure?


If your are excessively tanned or you have a sunburn, a procedure is not 

recommended. Wait for the skin to fully heal and return to your natural

complexion before going ahead.

What is your cancellation policy?

Due to demand and out of respect for our artists, please provide no less than 72 hours
notice if you wish to make a cancellation without penalties.

Please note, if you do not give this notice, your deposit($100 required at time of booking) will be forfeited.


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