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No matter your age, or background, Evoluer Microblading and PMU will thoughtfully shape a more youthful looking and self-assured you.


A consultation is required to determine if cosmetic tattoo is a good procedure if you have a pre-existing condition. Review all the pre-existing conditions on this page that you need to be aware of and discus with your technician before scheduling your permanent makeup procedure.



A consultation is provided to map and draw your brows or lips so you can ‘test drive’ them using a color close to the pigment color chosen for you. Tattoo Removal consultations will assess your situation to determine your treatment plan. Pre-treatment and Aftercare instructions as well as the PMU procedure is explained to you in detail during the consultation.


A non-refundable Booking Fee of $150 is required to secure your appointment and applies the cost of your service. Payment in full is due at the time of your first appointment. Please remember two appointments are included as part of your PMU Brow or Lip service to achieve the best results.


$150 Booking Fee will be transferred to new appointments if rescheduled with more than 48 hours of the original appointment.  Your $150 Booking Fee will be forfeited in the event of a cancellation within 48 hours of your original appointment, and you will have to rebook with a new deposit. If you are more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, or are a no show, you will forfeit your $150 Booking Fee, lose your appointment time, and could be restricted from booking another appointment or must pay in full to rebook again in the future.


Failing to follow the pretreatment agreement or showing up to your appointment with dry, chapped, sunburned, blemished or broken skin could result in the rescheduling of your PMU service with an additional $50 Rebooking Fee. 


  1. Pacemaker or heart problems- We use lidocaine or epinephrine, as a numbing agent, which can increase your heart rate possible causing dysrhythmias.

  2. Viral infections, Lupus and/or diseases- The risk of developing an infection is higher in people with compromised immune system.

  3. Organ Transplant- The risk of developing an infection is higher in people with compromised immune systems.

  4. Prone to Keloids- Since permanent makeup punctures the skin, there is always a risk for people prone to keloids will heal with permanent keloids scarring.

  5. Skin condition on or near the treatment area- Eczema, dermatitis, rosacea, psoriasis or any one of these skin conditions may compromise the surface and texture of the skin.

  6. Undergoing Chemotherapy- We require a doctor’s note in order to perform the procedure for anyone undergoing chemotherapy. Once you're cleared from your oncologist we can book your appointment. Permanent makeup is a great solution for cancer survivors who have lost hair or want to recreate areolas. Please call the Studio and speak with a PMU artist to discuss your PMU options.

  7. Thyroid Condition- The color of your brows can fade faster when taken with certain thyroid medications.

  8. Diabetes- It is important that your blood sugar is stable and under control. Please consult with your physician and provide us with a doctor's note. PMU treatments can take up to 4 hours, so plan accordingly.

  9. High Blood Pressure- Written confirmation from your physician that your blood pressure has been stable for 6 months is require before booking an appointment for any PMU treatment. Excessive bleeding during the procedure dilutes and expels the pigment, which can lead to poor healed results or actually stop the procedure from completing.

  10. Dark pre-existing eyebrow tattoo or permanent makeup- Pre-existing tattoo or permanent makeup must be light enough for us to add pigment over. We ask anyone with a previous eyebrow tattoo to book a free consultation so we can evaluate you in-person.

  11. Prone to cold sore- If you are prone to cold sores or fever blisters, lip blushing may result in an outbreak and cause loss of pigment. You must start taking antiviral medication, prescribed by your doctor and NOT over the counter, 48 hours prior to treatment to prevent an outbreak.

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