Microblading/Microshading & Pigmentation

3D Embroidery Brows - Microblading

It’s eyebrow evolution!

This new innovative method of permanent make up has hit the The Spa 654 Club

Lorraine Cormier and The Spa 654 Club are pleased to introduce the latest innovation for eyebrow enhancement. HDi 3D Embroidery Brow technique is a 3D eyebrow, semi-permanent, lasting from 1-3 years. This manual tattooing technique is one you do not want to miss out on as we all know someone who needs an eyebrow doctor.

Microblading (also called eyebrow embroidery) is a manual method used to deposit small amounts of ink in the superficial layer of the skin. It is considered to be a semi-permanent tattoo. This method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows.
The results are natural looking, hair-like strokes, regardless of the amount of hair present.


Lorraine graduated from Médes College in 2004 and quickly developed a passion for the importance of the eyebrow.

In 2006, Lorraine was taught Anastasia’s technique (who has worked with such celebrities as Oprah Winfrey, Cindy Crawford and Megan Fox to name a few) and the desire to help improve a person’s eyebrows became more intriguing.


Microshading & Pigmentation

Unlike modern body tattoos, soft shading permanent makeup is implanted by hand, using only 100% disposable hand tools. This method is gentle, noiseless, non-invasive, and gives clients the most natural look in permanent osmetics. Your permanent cosmetic professional has complete control over where pigment is deposited in your skin with this technique. Every move, every touch is at your professional's complete discretion. You can relax and enjoy becoming beautiful knowing that your results will always be perfect.

This technique is usually combined with
the Microblading technique.

The same technique is used to fill, reshape or enhance your lips permanently. Do you spend a lot of time lining and coloring your lips every day? Do you worry about your lipstick coming off all the time? Wouldn't it be fabulous to know that your lips are done perfectly, 24 hours a day? Permanent cosmetic professionals can give you beautiful, full,

permanent lips & give you anything from a slight shape adjustment to a complete recoloring of your existing lip. The best part is, the results are so natural only you will know the difference!

Eyeliner can brighten up your eyes, make you look younger & healthier. The only trouble is, putting on eyeliner and then taking it off every day can be overwhelming.

We can give you everything from a natural and subtle eyelash enhancement to full and beautiful eyeliner tailored exactly to your specification

Frequently asked questions about areola tattooing:

What is Areola Tattooing?
Areola micro-pigmentation or areola tattooing is a form of cosmetic tattooing. Areola tattooing is a popular choice for breast cancer survivors as a form of reconstruction that does not require surgery. Advanced micro-pigmentation techniques involve shadowing, highlighting, feathering, and contouring. Color selection and blending are vital for a natural-looking result.

Is it going to fade?
Yes. Cosmetic or medical tattooing is a bit different from a traditional tattoo. Our goal with this is to bring you back to your natural state, which would be matching skin tones and light colors, matching colors from your original photos.

Will I need touch-ups?
Depending on how well you take care of your tattoo will depend on when it will need a touch-up. Usually, you will have your tattoo refreshed anywhere from 6 months-2 years later.

A hair tattoo, scalp pigmentation, or scalp micro pigmentation (SMP for short) is a medical, non-surgical, cosmetic tattoo that gives the illusion of a close buzz cut hairstyle on a bald head or adds density to a thinning hairline.

Scalp pigmentation Is Not A Tattoo.

This may be useful for people who experience all forms of hair loss. This includes folks with:

-thinning hair
-male and female pattern baldness

Scalp pigmentation is considered semipermanent.

The price of SMP varies depending on how much of your scalp needs to be covered.