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What Does Microblading in Toronto Cost?

At its most basic level, microblading eyebrows involves tattooing more perfect brows onto your face. However, the process has come a long way from the eyebrow tattoos that you might currently be picturing in your head.

Historically, permanent makeup was applied using piercing tattoo guns that created lines that stood out from your natural features. Today, our artists hand draw tiny hairs of varying shades onto your face. This application happens through a process that uses a small tool to make small cuts that follow natural hair growth patterns. Then, ink of varying shades – not one harsh color like the permanent makeup of yesteryear – fills the cuts to create your new brows.

As a bonus, microblading doesn’t affect your existing brows. So, there’s no risk of future damage.

There is an art to making your brows look perfect. That’s why Chronic Ink offers microblading by a team of extensively trained practitioners.

What is eyebrow microshading?

We understand that the thought of harsh, permanent eyebrow tattoos can make people nervous. These fears ring especially true for people with sensitive or oily skin who have horrible experiences from anything that touches their face. If this is you, consider our microshading services.

Unlike eyebrow microblading that applies fine lines of color to your brows, microshading uses pinpoint dots of color. In addition to benefiting those with sensitive or oily skin, this process also is ideal for people who already have full brows and want some help with shaping. Many people benefit from a combination of the best microblading in Toronto and microshading.

Sometimes called powder brows, this procedure creates the appearance of heavily applied brow powder at first. However, once the color begins to fade, microshaded brows appear thick, healthy, and natural. The intense beginning period usually only lasts a few weeks while the area heals and absorbs the ink.

Our Favourite Microblading Aftercare Products

After Inked

After Inked Tattoo Moisturizer delivers effective skin moisturization and helps to preserve the colours of your microshading. There’s no petroleum so it won’t stick to or stain your clothes. This moisturizing skin lotion, enriched with Grape Seed Oil, can also be used on any permanent makeup procedure on lips, brows, eye liner, and areola, as well as an after-laser tattoo removal moisturizing lotion. After Inked is Dermatologist tested, non-allergenic and non-irritating.

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PurSan

PurSan Aftercare is a specially formulated Vegan skin cleanser used to clean and moisturize as part of an aftercare regimen for fresh tattoos and piercings. It revitalizes, refreshes and purifies skin without drying it out. Gentle yet effective, PurSan contains no parabens, fragrances, colourants or alcohol. Chloroxylenol (PCMX) is a proven antimicrobial ingredient shown to be effective against bacteria and viruses without burning or irritating the skin. Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (Hypromellose) is an ultra-high grade lubricant ideal for sensitive skin.

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How much does microblading cost?

The price you pay for new, killer brows reflects the skills of the artist and the quality of the studio.

At Chronic Ink, a microblading appointment costs $550. This cost covers all fees related to your brow application appointment.

Costs of microblading in Toronto can vary as much as the results delivered. For professional work that looks great, the brow art by Gina and Jassy comes unmatched.

How much does microshading cost?

If you’re concerned over the price tag of semi-permanent eyebrows, think about the costs of your current brow situation. You’re buying a couple of shades of brow powder, the right brushes and wands, and mascara. Plus, consider the time that you put into the process of making them pop. The energy put into your face is a resource that would ideally be spent somewhere besides in front of the mirror.

Microshading at Chronic Ink in Toronto costs $550, the same price as our microblading treatment.

Yes, it isn’t cheap. However, having your eyebrows done once and for all (at least for the next three to 10 years) saves you so much time, energy, and money in the long run. Remind yourself of the value of your time and effort. What could you accomplish if there were one less step involved in looking put together? When you invest in your ability to get ready with less hassle, you’re putting money towards your future.

Do you offer a free Microblading or Microshading consultation?

We are firm believers in letting our clients know what they’re getting into before they commit. This belief applies to everything at our shop from full sleeve tattoos to the tiny dots used for microshaded brows. We like to offer the best experience for microblading eyebrows toronto has to offer.

That’s why Chronic Ink offers free consultations before you book your microblading or microshading appointment.

Your face is the picture of yourself that you present to the world every time you walk outside. We want you to be confident that your plan for new brows will work for you and leave you feeling confident. It’s a big decision. We are thrilled to answer all of your questions and put your mind at ease before the process begins.

Ready to get fuller looking eyebrows?

Contact us today to speak with one of our Microblading or Microshading specialists. They will be glad to help answer any questions you may have.

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Microshading and Microblading Locations

Microblading
Downtown Toronto

378 Yonge Street,
2nd Floor,
Toronto, Ontario
M5B 1S6
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Microblading
Markham

7381 Kennedy Road,
Unit #105,
Markham, Ontario
L3R 5B5
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Microblading
Mississauga

100 City Centre Dr.,
Unit #2-311,
Mississauga, Ontario
L5N 2C9
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