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Our Calgary Brow Services (Permanent Eyebrows)

What’s Available here in Calgary, Alberta?

Sometimes people can get overwhelmed by everything they see us doing on our social media so we figured we would lay it all out niiiice and easy right here for you all!  Browse through our current permanent eyebrow services below and click for more details!

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Did you know microblading was the first brow tattoo technique? It’s been around for a long time, but it’s still popular today for plenty of reasons, the main one being how it gives brows a soft, subtle boost in appearance.


Powder Brows

With a name like “powder brows”, it’s not hard to imagine what this process looks like. Resembling a powder makeup application, the big difference here is that you have a pro technician on your side, perfectly shaping the final look.


Combination Brows

Did someone say, “signature brow style”? This one-two combo gives the natural look of hairstrokes but adds a bit more density as needed. Voila: the perfectly-named combination brows!

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Helpful Information About Permanent Eyebrows

Does getting permanent eyebrows hurt?

We do everything in our power to alleviate any pain or stress to our clients during each appointment. Numbing creams are used prior and throughout the process to keep clients comfortable at all times!

How long do permanent eyebrows actually last?

This depends on a multitude of factors! Irrespective, we recommend annual touch ups to keep your brow colour and shape looking fresh!

How long does it take to get permanent eyebrow makeup?

We allow 2-2.5 hours for each procedure - perfection can’t be rushed!! Majority of the appointment time is allocated to numbing, shaping and colour matching.

How much downtime is there after getting permanent eyebrows?

Visually? Zero. Your brows will look amazing the entire healing process! However, we do recommend no workouts (major sweating), hot tubs, pools, saunas, beach or direct sun exposure for 14 days to allow for proper topical healing and to reduce the risk of infection.

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