Microshading / Ombré powder Brows

Microshading / Ombré powder Brows

Semi-permanent makeup is often confused with cosmetic tattoos (also called permanent makeup). They are NOT the same. Cosmetic tattooing is an older technique that may use ink for body tattoos. They are permanent and will not disappear. They tend to look unnatural and often discolour over time to a bluish gray.

Semi-permanent makeup, on the other hand, is the newest innovation for beauty and is an upgrade from cosmetic tattoos. The biggest difference is that semi-permanent make-up is NOT permanent; the shade only gets lighter and lighter through the exfoliation of the epidermis.

This technique are achieved using a small machine, which disperses extremely fine dots of pigments to the skin in an shading technique. Ombré / shading brows are great for any skin type, unlike microblading, which is not suitable for those with oily skin.

*Introductory promotion price $350 for the first 10 clients . This service includes after 6~8 weeks free touch up.


  • All SPMU appointments require NON-REFUNDABLE $100 deposit towards the full procedure. 
  • If you wish to reschedule your appointment, you must notify us 72 hours prior to your initial appointment. Failure to do so will result in the forfeiture of your deposit and another $100 deposit requires when you reschedule.
  • We only accept clients that never had previous work done before at the moment .
  • A current picture of your brows or lip without make up, no camera filter picture will be required. Please send to info@beautypalacestudio.ca before booking.
  • Any free touch up must be booked within 3 months of initial appointment. Once touch up surpasses 3 months it will be a $100 fee before 1 year mark.
  • Deposits made can not be transferred to other services.


If you have anything listed below , you are UNABLE TO BOOK

  • Breastfeeding
  • Pregnancy
  • Under the age of 18 (need parental consent)
  • Botox (wait at least 4 weeks before booking an appointment)
  • Fillers (wait at least 6 weeks before booking an appointment)
  • Have taken alcohol/blood thinning medication day of procedure
  • On Accutane within one year
  • HIV
  • Epilepsy
  • Hepatitis/Jaundice
  • Eczema on the area of procedure
  • Undergoing chemotherapy (please advise doctor before going through procedure)
  • Diabetic (please advise doctor before going through procedure, MUST PROVIDE DOCTORS NOTE)
  • DO NOT drink alcohol or caffeine the day you are to have your procedure.
  • Plan your procedure with your schedule/vacations/events! DO NOT schedule when you have an incoming event that conflicts with healing. You will need 7~10 days heal.

NOTE : The deposit will be forfeited if you show up to the appointment with anything listed above


  • DO NOT go on any sunny vacations and avoid high sun exposure during the healing process, UV Rays can alter the pigment of your tattoo.
  • DO NOT use cleansers, soaps or any other creams on your brow tattoo. Wash around the area using a cleaning cloth or makeup wipe.
  • DO NOT exercise and sweat for 10 days. Sweat contains salt and can infect and prematurely fade your brow tattoo. Salt in the sweat may also alter the color of your tattoo.
  • DO NOT run direct water on your brow tattoo. This is especially important in the first few days, you do not want to wash out any pigment.
  • DO NOT use Vaseline, neosproin or any petroleum based products on your tattoo.
  • DO NOT use any makeup, creams, exfoliants on the brows for 2 weeks.
  • DO NOT go into sauna’s, pools, and steam rooms.
  • DO NOT get massages or facials or skin treatments during the healing process.
  • DO NOT go tanning and if you do cover your brow tattoo, UV rays can alter the coluor of your tattoo.
  • DO NOT use exfoliants,retinol acids, or AHA’s on the area for 30 days after the appointment, it will fade your tattoo prematurely.
  • DO NOT use laser light therapy on your brow tattoo. This can darken, lighten, and distort the pigment.
  • FOR FIRST 3 DAYS wash eyebrow area by splashing water and gently clean with Q-tips to loosen any dried blood, collagen, and sebum.  Rinse again, and gently pat dry with paper towel
  • If you are living out of town and feel that tap water is not safe, please use bottled water.  After 3 days, you are more than welcome to continue splashing eyebrow area with water, however do not rub as it can irritate the scabs.
  •  Never expect your eyebrows to be perfect the very first time.  There can be times where scabs come off prematurely and poor retention is caused.  This is why there is always a free touch up appointment to fix any areas.

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