Migraine is the most common chronic neurological disease. Migraine is in the top 5 causes that reduce the quality of life. In recent years, neuromodulation techniques are successfully used with primary headaches. Several variants of non-invasive neuromodulation have been shown to be effective in various forms of migraine. This review analyzes clinical trials and case reports of the effectiveness and safety of non-invasive stimulation of the first branch of the trigeminal nerve in migraine.