The health and safety of our community and clients is my priority at this time, so due to COVID-19 Plume will be closing until April 8th. Future appointments may be booked via the online booking system.
Thank you for your support and business.
Please take care of yourselves and others during this time.
Microblading with Shading $600
Microblading Removal $350
Microblading Touch Up (existing clients) $150
Scalp Micropigmentation Starting at $650
Scar Camouflage starting at $250
Brow Lamination $79
Microblading is a method of creating semi-permanent brow tattoos, using the delicate process of hand drawing small tattoo strokes to mimic natural hairs. The results leave you with defined, natural brows that enhance your features. These hairlike tattoo strokes will gradually fade over time with touch up appointments needed every 1-3 years. Fading is desired as it allows for adjustments and changes to colour and shape over the years as each client’s natural colouration and facial changes occur.
Medical Aesthetician, Skincare Specialist & Micropigmentation Artist
Bethany Davidson is an experienced medical aesthetician and micropigmentation artist with over 13 years experience in the industry. Since graduating her medical aesthetics program with honours in 2007, she has been the lead medical aesthetician and skincare expert at Oakville Plastic Surgery.
Safety and patient care are always her top priority. Her extensive background and thorough understanding of anatomy, skin disorders and aseptic technique ensure you are in good hands. Bethany is a certified microblading and micropigmentation technician having completed her training in Ontario, New York and British Columbia.
Bethany is an established visual artist with clients from Canada and the United States. This artistic edge gives her an unmatched eye for proportion, shape and colour to achieve realistic looking results.
Scalp Micropigmentation is a process where thousands of tiny pigment deposits are placed into the upper dermis of the scalp. When completed by a skilled practitioner with specialist training, the result is a highly effective illusion of a fuller head of hair. Due to the nature of this procedure, it doesn’t matter how much hair one has lost already. Unlike hair transplant surgery, hair tattooing is not reliant on a supply of donor hair. This means men and women who have lost most of their real hair can still have a hair tattoo, even if they have experienced total hair loss through a condition like alopecia.
151 Morden Road, Oakville, ON L6K 2R8
Monday - Saturday: By Appointment Only