Cosmetic Tattoo

About Cosmetic Tattoo

Cosmetic tattooing, also known as micropigmentation, involves implanting pigments into the skin to enhance features. Common applications include eyebrow, eyeliner, and lip tattoos, providing a semi-permanent makeup solution for a long-lasting, natural appearance. This technique is performed by skilled technicians using specialized equipment to create defined and aesthetically pleasing enhancements.

Microblading – $500
4 weeks Touch up – $250
12 months Colour Boost – $350

Ombre – $550
4 weeks Touch Up – $250

12 months Colour Boost – $350

Combination Brows – $650
4 weeks Touch Up – $250

12 months Colour Boost – $350


  1. Schedule a consultation with the tattoo artist to discuss your desired results, expectations, and any concerns
  2. Refrain from consuming alcohol, aspirin, or blood-thinning medications for at least 24 hours before the procedure to minimize bleeding and bruising
  3. Reduce caffeine intake on the day of the procedure to help keep you calm and minimize any potential twitching
  4. Refrain from prolonged sun exposure or tanning for at least a week before the appointment
  5. Discontinue the use of retinol or Vitamin A-based products on the area to be tattooed at least one week before
  6. Keep the skin in the tattooed area well-hydrated in the days leading up to the appointment
  7. Notify the tattoo artist about any allergies or sensitivities you may have
  8. Arrive at the appointment with a clear idea of the desired shape, color, and style


  1. Avoid getting the tattooed area wet for the first 24 hours after the procedure
  2. Clean the tattooed area gently with a mild, fragrance-free cleanser as advised by the artist
  3. Protect the treated area from direct sunlight and tanning beds during the healing process
  4. Resist scratching or picking at the scabs that may form during the healing process
  5. Refrain from applying makeup to the tattooed area until it is fully healed
  6. Apply a recommended ointment or moisturizer to keep the skin hydrated, following the artist’s instructions
  7. Avoid swimming pools, hot tubs, and saunas during the initial healing period
  8. Schedule and attend any recommended follow-up appointments for touch-ups or adjustments


Microblading is manually implanting pigment into the skin using a handheld tool with fine needles. This creates hair-like strokes, mimicking natural eyebrow hairs and provides fuller and natural-looking brows. This procedure is perfect for sparse brows as it can shape, fill, and enhance eyebrows with long-lasting results and low-maintenance brow enhancement.

Ombre Brows

Ombre brow tattooing is a newer technique applied by using the more traditional machine methods to ‘shade’ in the pigment to the skin. This technique leaves behind a soft misting or powdery finish, almost like a tinted look, where its softer in the front of the brows and darker in the body through to the tail. Get the makeup look that lasts you between 1-3 years!*

Combination Brows

Combination Brows is exactly the way it sounds – we combine the two techniques together – get your natural looking fluffy brows with the added benefit of the shading to give you added density and definition. The best of both worlds!

*Cosmetic Brow Tattoo can last from 1 to 3 years depending on one’s skin type and lifestyle, and some medical conditions. You should expect to return to your artist between 12 to 18 months for a touch-up (after your initial 4-6 week touch-up following your first visit – this is a 2 step process and non-negotiable to fulfill
optimum results).

It is exactly up to you when you would like to come back for a maintenance appointment as it is mainly add colour to the existing work. The pigments are designed to fade over time. When the colour starts to fade, it is up to you at which stage to return. Some prefer returning when the colour starts to lose concentration whilst others let it almost fade out before returning.