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Helping Cancer Survivors

Honoring cancer survivors in our atelier

Breast cancer is a disease that has hit close to home for me. It has affected four members of my family, including my mother and sisters.


Witnessing their battles and seeing the impact of this disease on their lives has left a deep mark on my heart. I know that many of you have also been touched by breast cancer in some way, and my heart goes out to you.

Empowering Cancer Survivors

As a microblading artist and areola restoration specialist, I have seen the transformative power of my work on the lives of cancer survivors.


The loss of hair, eyebrows, and the nipple-areola complex can leave survivors feeling defeated, hopeless, and less confident.


Through my artistry, I am able to restore their appearance and help them feel like themselves again.


I have had the privilege of helping many people regain what chemotherapy and surgery have taken away. It is an honor to help these warriors, see the smiles on their faces, and witness the joy and confidence that my work brings. 

To learn more, visit our service page: 

Delphine hugging a client

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I book a treatment during chemotherapy?

If you have not started chemotherapy yet, it is recommended to begin the process at least 2 months before commencing chemotherapy, so we can complete at least two sessions before you start. Please message me details of your situation to discuss.  


If you have completed chemotherapy, it is advisable to consult with your doctor before booking an appointment. Your doctor will provide guidance based on your specific medical condition and needs.

If you are currently undergoing chemotherapy, I am unable to provide the treatment. It is important to prioritize your health and well-being during your chemotherapy treatment. Please consult with your doctor for guidance on any cosmetic procedures during this period.


Volunteering my Services

My passion for helping cancer patients goes beyond performing the services. I offer free areola restoration to a select few of my clients, because I believe that everyone deserves to feel their best, especially those who have gone through so much.


Witnessing the pain and suffering that cancer survivors go through is heartbreaking, and I am committed to making a difference in their lives. It brings me joy to make a positive impact in my community, one cancer survivor at a time.

This is why I have created a beautiful wall in my atelier adorned with delicate pink flowers. Every time I enter my atelier, the sight of those flowers serves as a heartfelt dedication to those who have battled breast cancer and inspires me to work harder and do my part in making a positive impact in their lives.

Client standing in front of our wall of eternal roses

Breast Cancer Awareness

Raising awareness and supporting the cause of breast cancer is a personal mission for me. It is a disease that affects so many lives, and it's important that we all do our part to raise awareness and support the cause. I encourage you to take the time to educate yourself and get involved. Together, we can learn what people go through, how to help them fight this disease, show them we care, and put a smile on their face.

Merci for supporting my commitment to breast cancer awareness and helping cancer survivors. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those who have been affected by this disease, and work towards finding a cure for breast cancer. If you are a breast cancer fighter, know that you are not alone and I am here to help.

Delphine's motto: You are pretty the way you are. Be you, be yourself.
Pink cancer ribbon
There are things in life that make you feel great. Meeting Delphine is absolutely in my top 5 of wonderful things. Delphine puts her heart of gold in every service she provides. More than that she authentically cares and is so compassionate about each and every soul she encounters. I absolutely recommend Delphine to everyone. She is a citizen of the world and a true artist. Give yourself or someone you love the gift of Delphine.


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