A 28-year-old woman was seen at our clinic with asymptomatic bumps in the eyebrows which arose 3 months after microblading, a cosmetic procedure to make the eyebrows appear fuller. Physical examination showed red-brown confluent papules. A skin biopsy revealed a non-necrotizing granulomatous reaction with sarcoid granulomas. Blood test and a chest X-ray showed no abnormalities and histopathological stains were negative. We diagnosed her with a granulomatous reaction in response to pigment. The skin lesions eventually disappeared spontaneously within 6 months.