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Permanent Makeup Online Special

Permanent Makeup Special

Receive a Complimentary Helight Red Light Therapy session with any Lip or Eyeliner service purchase.

– Permanent Eyeliner $299

– Permanent Lips $299

Pick an option below and get permanent makeup today. This promotion is available for online purchase or by calling (604) 467-3995. Offer ends soon.

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PhiContour Eyeliner & Lip Blush

PhiContour is a skill of semi-permanent drawing of eyelids or lips. The shape is calculated based on the golden intersection (Phi 1.618) and face morphology. The symmetry of lips is achieved by using PhiContour application. PhiContour offers different techniques to correct natural defects but also to highlight contours. Our fully qualified and experienced PhiBrow and PhiContour Artist, River, will consult with you to create your permanent eyebrow, eyeliner and lip blush.

PhiContour Pricing: 

Full lips $350. (view current specials) Touch up within 5-6 weeks: $150

Eyeliner: $350. (view current specials) Touch up within 5-6 weeks: $150

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Light skin anesthetics, in form of cream or liquid, can completely eliminate pain during the treatment. All treatments are done with sterile, hygienic and disposable tools that offer the clients the highest and safest standard. Lips pigments should always match the natural color of the lips, while the eyelids and scalp pigments should match the natural color of the hairs.  

PhiBrows Permanent Eyebrows (Microblading)

PhiBrows is a manual, semi-permanent technique of hyper-realistic eyebrow drawing in which the shape of eyebrows is calculated according to facial morphology and golden proportion (phi 1,618). The PhiBrow technique also referred to as ‘microblading’ is superior to traditional free hand microblading in that PhiBrow creates a more appealing brow based on the science of facial morphology.  

PhiBrows Pricing: 

Eyebrows: $350

Touch up within 5-6 weeks months: $150

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Symmetry is calculated using PhiBrows application. It is calculated while the clients’ eyes are closed to ensure mimetic muscles that can affect eyebrow symmetry are relaxed. Strokes are always drawn in the direction of natural hair growth in order to achieve hyper-realistic eyebrow look. Treatment is done by using sterile and disposable tools, while pigments are of the highest standard (PhiBrows microblading pigments). 

Microblading FAQs

In short, microblading is a semi-permanent procedure for eyebrows, similar to tattooing, that uses a specialized, handheld tool to create the appearance of hairstrokes on the brow line. These hairstrokes imitate real eyebrow hairs, creating the appearance of thicker, fuller brows.

Microblading is the process of making lots of tiny, superficial cuts in the brow line, which are then filled in with pigments to create darker, fuller brows. Microblading is also used to reshape the brow. It can fill in thinning arches, or create the perfect tapering effect. Thanks to a specially designed hand tool, microblading can create hair-thin cuts that mimic the shape of real eyebrows. The added control offered by the instrument means a more refined, natural looking brow. Traditional eyebrow tattooing made brows look artificial, both in thickness and color, resulting in “Sharpie”-esque brows. With microblading, however, the results are nearly indistinguishable from real eyebrows.

It can. Before microblading begins, your brows are treated with a numbing ointment to reduce any discomfort. The level of pain is similar to eyebrow threading. Overall, microblading is no worse than regular waxing or plucking.

The procedure can take up to three hours.

This is because there are several stages involved in microblading. The desired shape, arch, and thickness of the brows have to first be outlined and drawn in before the actual microblading can begin. This is to ensure that things look exactly the way you want them to. It’s a delicate process that requires precision and attention to detail.

You should avoid getting your brows wet for about a week. You’ll want to use an antibiotic ointment for the first 24 hours after treatment, and then Vaseline or a similar ointment for the following week. Avoid using any products with glycolic acid on your brows, as this can fade the pigment. Your brows will look much darker at first, but some of that color will fade after a week or so.

This is a tricky question. The price of Microblading all depends on the experience and quality of the aesthetic technician.

A complete session can run anywhere between $600 to $2,000.

That’s not cheap, even on the low end. It’s an investment worth considering seriously before jumping onto the bandwagon. Remember, this is a kind of tattoo, and like tattooing, you get what you pay for.

If you’re going to make the investment, make sure it’s done by someone qualified and experienced.

That usually means more, but you don’t want to “get a deal” and end up with uneven or unnatural looking brows. Microblading is an art form. It takes skill, precision, and experience.

The results of microblading usually last between 1 and 3 years. Because it’s semi-permanent, the pigment will eventually fade. You should consider going in for a touch-up after 12 months.

That’s more than 365 days where you won’t have to touch a brow pencil or brush.

Microblading is for those who want to redefine their eyebrows. Whether you have naturally thin brows, or your brow-ends are fading with age, microblading has the ability to add volume and color to your eyebrows. Microblading can also reshape your brows, adding more angle to your arch or more detail to your ends

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