What is the difference between “microblading” and “nano needling”?

The main difference between the two procedures is that nano needling uses a tiny needle with the aid of a vibrating machine to deposit pigment beneath the surface of the skin, whereas, microblading uses a fine blade to create hair-like strokes along your brows while depositing pigment into your skin.

What colours are used with microblading and nano needling?

Whether it be microblading or nano needling pigments are custom tinted to enhance your natural features. Of course, always taking into consideration age, hair colour, as well as facial features, etc.

How long is the brow microblading or nano needling recovery time?

The best part about microblading or nano needling is that there is absolutely no down time. Your new set of brows are ready immediately after the procedure.

How long does the brow microblading or nano needling procedure take?

This initial procedure may take up to 3 hours with a touch-up 6-8 weeks later.

Is brow microblading or nano needling painful?

No, microblading or nano needling is not painful. You may feel some discomfort. Throughout the entire procedure topical anesthetics are continuously applied making the procedure as comfortable as possible from beginning to end.

How long does the brow microblading or nano needling pigment last?

Microblading or nano needling procedures last for many years. Pigment retention depends upon skin type, age, aftercare, sun exposure, use of certain skincare products, immune system, medications, etc.


What does inkless rejuvenation treatment do for my scars and stretch marks?

New production of collagen and elastin is triggered by your body’s natural healing process and new and healthier tissues grow. The new tissues will appear smoother and their colour tone will gradually even out and normalize after each session. Tight scars will loosen up and become less restricted. Scars that are bumpy can also start smoothing and flattening down.

What is scar and stretch mark camouflage?

Scar and stretch mark camouflage is a safe tattooing method that fills in scars and stretch marks with pigments that matches the surrounding skin.

How long is the inkless rejuvenation or skin camouflage recovery time?

The healing process takes around 4-6 weeks. Once is healed, the scar(s) or stretch mark(s) looks “invisible” to the human eye. However, it may take longer for some individuals.

Does the inkless rejuvenation or skin camouflage hurt?

There is zero to mild pain during the procedure. You can immediately return to your life routine after the procedure, following the after care instructions given in your appointment.

Can I suntan after the skin camouflage procedure?

Yes, you can suntan once the area is fully healed. It is strongly recommended to avoid sun exposure during the healing process, discolouration might occur.

NOTE: Once healed, camouflaged scars or stretch marks DO NOT change colour or fade away when you tan. It is safe to go to the beach/pool as long as you're wearing sunblock.

How long does the procedure take?

The length of the treatment depends on the size of the area to be treated.

How quickly will I see the results after the procedure?

30-90 days after your initial treatment. You should have a reliable visible indication of your final result. After the procedure, you may experience some mild irritation, redness and swelling, which can last up to one week.

During the third week, the treated area will slightly get darker. DO NOT PANIC! It is healing.

How long does the results last?

Medical camouflage provides permanent results, if providing the right after care protocol. After several years a touch-up might be needed.

Can I get the skin camouflage treatment done if my skin is tanned?

No, we recommend that you undergo the treatment when your skin is in its natural colour (not tanned). This ensures that we are able to mix the pigment that best match your natural colour.

Who is not a candidate?

  • Anyone who is Pregnant or Nursing
  • Anyone with active skin cancer on treatment area
  • Anyone undergoing chemotherapy or radiation
  • Anyone with an “active” infection of any type (Viral, Fungal or bacterial)
  • Anyone with HIV or Hepatitis or any other transmittable blood conditions
  • Anyone on Accutane (must be off of it for at least 6 months)
  • Anyone taking blood thinners
  • Anyone with herpes on area of treatment or hives
  • Anyone with scleroderma or prone to keloids
  • If you had Botox, fillers or use of Retinoids/Retinol in the last 4 weeks “on” the area(s) to be treated
  • If currently ill or feeling sick
  • Diabetes I and II do not represent a contraindication; however keep in mind the following aspects: healing could be compromised, higher risk for infection, brown pigments may turn greyish and the pigment/ink retention can be poor.
  • Immune Disorders
  • Keloid scarring prone

Client's with any of the following conditions require doctors approval:

  • Hemophilia/ other bleeding disorders
  • Cardiac disease/abnormalities
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Telangiectasia/erythema
  • Collagen Vascular Disease
  • If on a Micro-dose of Accutane

This applies to all types of cosmetic and medical tattooing.



Eyelash extensions require a single or multiple synthetic lash/es to bond to each individual natural lash to create more length and fullness and require maintenance every 3-4 weeks. Whereas a lash lift is just curling your own natural lashes with less maintenance.


A lash lift is a semi-permanent treatment that lifts your natural lashes to create beautifully curled lashes without having to use an eyelash curler before mascara. It is a great alternative to eyelash extensions, as it requires very little maintenance.

What are Eyelash Extensions?

Eyelash extensions are an advanced technique that enhances the curliness, fullness, and thickness of the natural eyelashes. The eyelash extensions will be bonded to a single natural lash to create a beautiful look. There are many different types of eyelash extensions styles like the classic set, volume set, cat eye lash style and hybrid lash set.

How long do Eyelash Extensions usually last?

A full set will last as long as your natural lash cycle, which is anywhere from 4-6 weeks, depending on the individual. We recommend getting a fill anywhere between 3 and 4 weeks.


Approximately 60 - 120 minutes.


Please wait for 24 hours before applying any type of product to your lashes. For lash lift, you may apply your usual makeup MINUS the eyelash curler. As for eyelash extensions, we don’t recommend wearing any mascara that isn't extension safe or oil based products, as it will shorten the life of your eyelash extensions.


No! When applied properly, lash lift and eyelash extensions will not harm your natural lashes.

Our lash artist is experienced and certified, the most important thing to is the integrity of your natural lash. During your initial consultation we will evaluate your natural lashes to ensure you get the lashes that work best for your natural lashes.