Services

Through experience and vision, Colour Clinic delivers striking results.

Permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation, carefully implants pigment into the dermal layer of skin, creating definition and interest in the treated area. Lips can be made to appear fuller and more prominent, sparse brows can be made darker or thicker and your eyes can be lined to stand out more, all this without the expense and trouble of daily touch-ups.


Permanent cosmetics can change the way you feel about yourself… when you look better, you feel better. Click on the tabs below to find out more about our services.

MicroBlading

MicroBlading with Colour Clinic

Temporary 3D Eyebrow Tattoo

MicroBlading is the hottest and newest technique of implanting pigment into the skin for designing Eyebrows!

MicroBlading is a manual tattooing technique that is used to create a Temporary 3D Eyebrow Tattoo. A manual tool is used to etch and deposit pigment into the skin to create and simulate the look of delicate natural looking eyebrow hairs.

Basically, with a simple MicroBlading appointment at the Colour Clinic, you can have perfectly shaped eyebrows without the daily fuss of drawing them one!

Whom does it benefit?

Colour Clinic suggests MicroBlading as a solution for both men and women who have little or no eyebrow hair or for those wanting the appearance of fuller, more shapely brows. 


Lack of eyebrow hair is usually due to being over tweezed as a teenage girl or because of medical issues: ie. alopecia, thyroid issues, chemotherapy, eczema, trichotillomania, etc. 


The tool or hand piece used to achieve the delicate and desired end result is a "manual" tool, meaning it does not require electricity. 


It looks like a pen with the exception of the tip, which is made to fit a variety of needle sizes. Each needle is extremely small in diameter and when placed in a single row of 12-14 needles can be easily misconstrued as a scalpel, but it is not.

Interested in MicroBlading your eyebrows? Click the link below to download your Comprehensive Guide.

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All the above names are terms used to describe one technique, an ancient manual tattooing technique used to create a Temporary 3D Eyebrow Tattoo, which we now call MicroBlading.

It is considered to be temporary compared to that of the traditional hair stroke technique done by machine as this new technique is performed with a manual hand tool using a very fine blade/needles which do not enter the skin at the same depth as when using the machine method. With the colour being closer to the surface, each hair stroke appears more crisp and detailed with less chance of migration under the skin, but sluffs off in less time than the machine method.

Colour Clinic believes this new technique is fast becoming the most desirable method of eyebrow tattooing. It is perfect for scaredy cats or those not ready to be married for life to their eyebrow shape, style and colour.

Although MicroBlading is the newest craze in eyebrow tattooing, it is actually a very old method of depositing pigment into the skin and is the way Cleopatra had her eyebrows and eyeliner tattooed into her skin.

Permanent Eyeliner Tattooing

Benefits of Permanent Eyeliner Tattooing

  Permanent Eyeliner Tattooing and Eyelash Enhancement Tattoos can help women and men improve the appearance of their eyes! 

   It saves time as it alleviates the need to outline their eyes on a daily basis while improving upon the appearance of sparse, light blonde eyelashes. 

  Permanent Eyeliner Tattooing allows people to exercise or shower without having to worry about their eye makeup smudging. 

  It provides convenience and safety to people with oily skin, vision problems, or unsteady hands.

Eyeliner Design and Shape

Eyeliner defines the eyes and can make eyelashes appear darker and thicker looking. It enhances the shape, creating the illusion of larger eyes, and can affect the spacing of the eyes too.

Marcie is the first choice among technicians to do their permanent cosmetic procedures. As a Micropigmentation Specialist since 2004, her education and experience is extensive and her precision in tattooing skills are unsurpassed. She has successfully tattooed eyeliner with beautiful results since 2004!

Interested in Permanent Eyeliner Tattooing? Click the link below to download your Comprehensive Guide.

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Eyeliner Tattoo Techniques

Upper Eyelash Enhancement

This method is for those who want a natural look.

Pigment is tattooed only in the lid margin of the eyelashes No tattoo line is seen beyond the upper most row of lashes. This causes the eyelash base to appear darker and fuller which frames the eye without the look of wearing eyeliner.

Men choose this procedure to add definition to their eyes without looking like they are wearing makeup.

Full Eyeliner (Both Top & Bottom Lids)

Upper Eyeliner, consists of a line above the upper most row of eyelashes. Lower Eyeliner, consists of a line below the last row of eyelashes.

The width of the line can be thin, medium, or thick (within reason). Each full eyeliner procedure includes an eyelash enhancement.

There are also different colours to choose from, ie., blue, jade, purple, charcoal, black!

3D Areola Nipple Tattooing

What is 3D Areola Nipple Tattooing?

3D Areola Nipple Tattooing is a specialty area of medical tattooing, which Marcie specializes in. This procedure requires advanced training, experience, and thorough knowledge in colour theory and pigment blending.

This procedure helps with the appearance of the breasts, improving self-esteem in both women and men who are in need of 3D Areola Nipple Tattooing whether it be a congenital disorder or caused by surgery.

At the Colour Clinic, with 3D Areola Nipple Tattooing, we can stimulate the look of an areola with nipple protrusion after you have completed your breast reconstruction. It will minimize the appearance of scars, and restore your areola to a more natural looking colour and shape.

How can 3D Areola Nipple Tattooing Help Both Men and Women?

The areola is part of the breast in both women and men. It is an area of coloured skin around the nipple that is usually darker and thicker than the breast skin.

The areola plays a role in the aesthetic look of a breast. Since a person's self-image can depend on the appearance of one's breasts, a missing areola can affect people psychologically and they may not feel "complete" without an areola. Both women and men can become emotionally distressed, their self-esteem lowered by the appearance of a scarred or abnormal looking areola, which is simple to fix with 3D Areola Nipple Tattooing.

3D Areola Nipple Tattooing at the Colour Clinic provides the finishing touch after breast surgery. Clients feel the tattooing process helps them during the last phase of their recovery to look complete and feel good again.

Breast Tattooing Techniques

  3D Areola Nipple Tattooing: This procedure is for patients who have had breast reconstruction after a mastectomy. Colour Clinic uses special tattooing techniques to carefully blend pigment colours to simulate the appearance of an areola with the illusion of a nipple with protrusion.

- For a unilateral mastectomy (one breast only), this tattooing process helps the reconstructed breast to match the natural breast. 

- For patients with bilateral breast reconstruction (both breasts), both areolas are recreated as well as the nipple. A realistic looking areola and nipple can easily be achieved with a 3D Areola Nipple Tattoo (with or without a nipple reconstructed by a surgeon).

  Areola Size or colour Adjustment: The colour of an areola can be darkened, balanced, or enhanced with tattooing. The process helps women who have discoloured or lightened areolas after breastfeeding or patients who have had areola graft surgery. Also, many women and men who have not had breast surgery but are self-conscious about their areola colour or size (too light or too small) may choose this procedure to adjust their appearance.

Eyelash Extensions Testimonials

More information coming soon.


For any inquiries regarding lip tattooing services at Colour Clinic, please contact Marcie today.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation

Scalp Hair Simulation

Scalp Micro Pigmentation, also known as Scalp Hair Simulation, was developed to give men who suffer from hair loss the ability to project the appearance of a densely packed, fully shaven head of hair; otherwise, known as a 5 o’clock shadow or buzz cut.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation works with any degree of hair loss!

Evidence of Hair Loss Concealed with Scalp Micro Pigmentation


Through Scalp Micro Pigmentation, evidence of hair loss can effectively be concealed by min-imizing the contrast between scalp and hair.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation simulates the appearance of thousands of hair follicles alleviating the further need for hairpieces, sprays or powders.

The texture and realism of Colour Clinic’s  Scalp Micro Pigmentation procedure exceeds the results from all other external camouflaging products in style, comfort and hygiene.

The Purpose of Scalp Micro Pigmentation

Many men have sustained physical, emotional, and financial trauma in battling hair loss and have found Scalp Micro Pigmentation to be their solution! 


For those with hair loss, the appearance of a full head of hair is something they strongly desire. Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a successful method which somewhat enables the individual to achieve this desired look. 


Colour Clinic’s goal with a Scalp Micro Pigmentation procedure is to:

  1. reestablish a realistic and organic looking hairline;
  2. minimize the contrast between hair and no hair areas on the scalp; and
  3. create an overall more youthful appearance.


Men can now appear to have a buzz cut look that is full & fashionable!

The Process of Implanting Pigment into the Skin

Scalp Micro Pigmentation, also known as Scalp Hair Simulation, is a process of implanting pigment into the scalp. This specialized and artistic application creates the illusion of full follicular density and effectively camouflages evidence of hair loss.


The scalp is not like skin elsewhere on the body, even more so when the scalp has undergone hair transplant surgery or other trauma.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation is applied less deep than a tattoo. The machines and needles used in Scalp Micro Pigmentation are suited for the implantation of thousands of simulated tiny hair follicles on the scalp.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation is highly specialized and correctly addresses the challenges of working with each unique scalp.

Choosing Scalp Micro Pigmentation with Marcie at the Colour Clinic is your best option for those who wish to conceal their hair loss.

Benefits of Scalp Micro Pigmentation

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The benefits of Colour Clinic’s  Scalp Micro Pigmentation goes far beyond a natural looking hairline: 

  • Saves time, no need for daily application;
  • Saves money, no monthly adjustments, or maintenance expenses like when caring for a hairpiece; 
  • Alway feel fresh, cool and clean. 100% hygienic, easily washed;
  • No damage by wind, water, or touch; and
  • With Colour Clinic’s  Scalp Hair Simulation, you are free to do what you wish, with no fear of loss or damage to your hair.

With Marcie’s expertise in the field of Micro Pigmentation, along with her advanced techniques, thorough knowledge of colour theory and pigment blending, clients can expect the end result of a natural and organic-look hairline that is undetectable to most people.


For more information on how Colour Clinic can help you with Scalp Micro Pigmentation in Ontario, Canada, call Marcie at 289-839-0258.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a Highly Successful Solution for Hair Transplant Scar Camouflaging

Scalp Micro Pigmentation for Hair Transplant Scar Camouflaging is beneficial:

  • It creates the illusion of hair density in areas where the hair transplant surgery was not 100% successful; and
  • Scars on the scalp caused by hair transplant surgery or other traumas are camouflaged and less noticeable.
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Scalp Micro Pigmentation Solution for Alopecia

Alopecia is the medical term for thinning hair or hair loss. It can occur in men or in women and can be temporary (due to hormones or medications) or permanent.

Causes of Alopecia

Alopecia can result from involuntary conditions such as hormones, autoimmune disorder or iron deficiency, or it can result from voluntary actions such as medication, hair pulling, or tight pony-tails and braids. Most often, it is the result of factors that are beyond our control, such as heredity. 


Hair follicles go through a growth cycle that consists of a long growing phase (anagen), a transitional phase (catagen) and a short resting phase (telogen). It is after this resting phase that the hair falls out, and a new hair starts growing in its place. 


Basically, when the number of hairs falling out exceeds the number of new hairs growing in, this is alopecia. Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a solution for those living with alopecia... allowing you to live your life without always thinking about your hair.


Scalp Micro Pigmentation works with any degree of hair loss!

Male Pattern Baldness

There are several different patterns for male hair loss. The most common are:

  1. a receding hairline beginning at the temples: 
  2. thinning at the crown of the head (also called the vertex); and 
  3. general thinning of the hair across large areas of the scalp without much change to the hairline itself


Men can experience one of these patterns of hair loss or a combination of all three. Male hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia, often referred to as “male pattern baldness”. Male pattern baldness is responsible for hair loss in about 90% of men. It can begin as early as the teens and is caused by a combination of genetic predisposition and male sex hormones.


The Norwood-Hamilton Scale outlines the different stages of male pattern baldness. Vertex stages show hair loss at the crown of the head, while the “A” patterns demonstrate a more dramatic pattern of hair loss. Although this type of hair loss impacts less than 10% of men, it often appears more severe because hair loss is concentrated in the front of the head.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation provides an excellent option for those who want a solution for hair loss. Scalp Micro Pigmentation provides the illusion of a full density shaven scalp, including a full hairline.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation is the best solution for those living with alopecia... allowing you to live your life without always thinking about your hair.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation works with any degree of hair loss!

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Stages of Hair Loss on the Norwood-Hamilton Scale

Stage I: shows an adolescent hairline, generally located on the upper brow crease. There is no hair loss at the hairline or crown of the head.


Stage II: demonstrates the progression to an adult hairline, which sits slightly above the upper brow crease. Hair loss at this stage is very mild and usually concentrated at the frontal hairline.

Stage III: is the earliest stage of hair loss considered cosmetically significant enough to be called “baldness” according to this scale. At this stage, most men show a deep symmetrical recession at the temples, which are either bare or only sparsely covered with hair. The vertex figure here shows the additional thinning of the hair at the crown of the head.

Stage IV: includes a deepening recession at the front of the head in the temple areas. Hair loss at the crown is evident and often a bridge of moderately dense hair will separate hair loss at the front of the scalp from that at the vertex or the crown of the head. The sides of the head are typ-ically well-covered with hair.


Stage V: marks the beginning of severe hair loss. While there remains a small separation be-tween the loss of hair at the hairline and the loss of hair at the crown, the band of hair between the two is much thinner and narrower. Hair loss at both the crown and the temporal regions are larger and more distinct.

Stage VI: The bridge of hair that once separated the front of the head from the crown is now almost fully lost, only a few sparse strands may persist. The remaining hair now forms a horse-shoe shape around the baldness concentrated in the centre of the scalp. Hair loss on the sides of the head will also extend further at this stage.

Stage VII: The most advanced stage of hair loss, only a wreath of thin hair remains on the sides and back of the scalp.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a solution for those living with alopecia... allowing you to live your life without always thinking about your hair.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation works with any degree of hair loss!

Help for Women Suffering from Hair Loss

Hair loss in women can be devastating, affecting one’s self-image and emotional well-being. 


Many people mistakenly view hair loss as a male condition. It’s common to see and hear about men’s hair loss, but women’s hair loss is seldom mentioned. 


Not until we are confronted with the loss of our hair do we fully realize how essential hair feels to our overall person.


A woman’s hair is at its thickest by age 20. Once we pass 20, our hair gradually begins to thin, shedding more than the normal 100-150 hairs a day. With aging, hair strands hold less pigment and become smaller, so what was once known as luxurious and thick becomes thin, fine and lighter in colour. 


Women can lose hair for a variety of reasons. In pregnancy, changes in hormone levels can produce hair loss. Stress and anxiety can also cause hair follicles to cease production. In some cases, vitamin deficiency can lead to hair loss. Certain medications can also cause hair to fall out. In a condition called traction alopecia, women (and men) can lose hair due to pulling and tension from braids, weaves and extensions. Traction alopecia, like other forms of hair loss, is permanent even after the braids are removed.

There are two conditions in which hair loss is irreversible: 


1. Alopecia Universalis - Very few people are afflicted with alopecia universalis, but those who are face the devastating effects of all hair production ceasing on their body. The condition is believed to be caused by a virus and there is no medical cure for it.


2. Androgenic Hair Loss - An overwhelming majority of women suffer from androgenic hair loss. This is caused by hormones. Pregnant women can experience hair loss due to changes in hormonal levels.

Both men and women have hormones of the opposite sex. Men have levels of estrogen in their bodies just as women have levels of testosterone. In women, the cause of what is known as female pattern baldness is the testosterone hormone. Women with hair loss do not have abnormal levels of testosterone in their body...these women are just unable to “break down” testosterone properly.High levels of testosterone are found in a person’s scalp. If the hormone does not break down properly as it ages and is not disposed of as waste, a by-product known as dihydrotestosterone (DHT) exists. When too much DHT accumulates in the scalp, hair follicles are affected and they begin to atrophy.The new hair being produced becomes smaller, weaker, and lighter in color. Finally, the hair follicle enters a permanent dormant state and no hair is produced at all. In most cases there is no way to induce the hair follicle to produce normal, healthy hair again. The hair follicle is considered dead.

The Ludwig Scale for Women

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The Ludwig Scale is often used to categorize hair loss patterns in women.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a Good Option for Many Women with Alopecia

You will feel better about how you look and regain your confidence which can last a lifetime!


Scalp Micro Pigmentation is an easy solution for thin hair, it is:

  • non-surgical
  • no daily maintenance
  • semi-permanent
  • less detectable
  • affordable
Scalp Micro Pigmentation provides women with the necessary cosmetic results without the hassle of daily maintenance:
  • no more non-hygienic hairpieces!
  • no more monthly expenses!
  • no limit on activities!

no fear of wind, water, or touch!

Scalp Micro Pigmentation provides an excellent option for those who want a solution for hair loss. Scalp Micro Pigmentation provides the illusion of density in the scalp, including a hairline if need be. 


Scalp Micro Pigmentation is the best solution for those living with alopecia... allowing you to live your life without always thinking about your hair. 


Scalp Micro Pigmentation works with any degree of hair loss!

What to Expect

Prior to receiving Scalp Micro Pigmentation, a short phone consultation is provided by Marcie at the Colour Clinic. At this time, photos are reviewed, and any questions you may have are answered.

Hairline Design

Hairline design takes team effort and is the framework for all else to follow. Every Colour Clinic hairline is given the attention and expertise that it deserves. 


With Marcie’s expertise in Scalp Micro Pigmentation, she takes into consideration each client’s input and preferences, and therefore each scalp is:

  • methodically designed; 
  • marked, and 
  • measured, then 
  • approved by each client before any pigment is applied to the hairline area. 


Colour Clinic will advise you in appropriate hairline placement and density patterns with regards to your age and cultural background.

Pigment Colours

Each procedure is customized for each scalp client and their unique needs. 


Colours are selected, blended, and carefully implanted to meet the specific needs and condition of each individual’s scalp bringing you the best possible results in Scalp Micro Pigmentation.


Colour Clinic uses only safe iron oxide based pigments which are manufactured in Mississauga, Canada at the Micro Pigmentation Centre. Tattoo inks are different from pigments. Tattoo inks are unstable which means they are prone to migration and change over time. 


As a leading provider of Scalp Micro Pigmentation, Colour Clinic employs a vast wealth of knowledge and experience combined with state-of-the-art equipment. A variety of needles, pigments, and implementation methods are used to fit the needs of each unique scalp client.


Contact Marcie at 289-839-0258, if you are in need for Scalp Micro Pigmentation, in the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada.

Frequently Asked Questions - Scalp Micro Pigmentation

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