Learn the Fundamentals of Microblading + Powder fill Eyebrows
Learn the latest new trend in Semi- Permanent Makeup! The Fundamentals of Microblading / Powder Brows. This is an entry level, intimate class, perfect for beauty industry newbies or seasoned professionals looking to learn a new trade and boost their revenue.
This 4-day in depth course will provide you with theory and hands on experience in a small, professional, licensed class room setting, boosting your knowledge and confidence to conquer the art of Microblading.
This is a jam packed day of information! I will begin with theory (I know...not so fun! But come with a note pad and get ready to learn!). I will cover everything from the history of Microblading, anatomy of the skin, skin types, textures, contraindications, color theory, safety & sanitation, station set-up, lighting, client consultation, brow shaping & mapping, hair-stroke patterns, needle options, depth, stretch and much more! The last part of the day we will learn the fundamentals and practice patterns and shading on synthetic skin.
Day2: Will be an extension of day 1
Day 3: Is all about perfecting your skill and learning to feel comfortable with your Microblading tools & Machine. You have all day to ask me questions and for help.
Practice makes perfect! I will demonstrate on a live model. Then its your turn! Under my supervision you will complete (2) Microblading/Powder Brow procedures.
Permablend Pigment Pack Ombre Powder Tattoo Machine Numbing agent
1 barrier cream
Q-tips 1 Reusable hand tool
10 disposable hand tools
Variety pack of disposable needles
Sticker eyebrow rulers
Disposable eyebrow razors
Practice synthetic skin
You will be expected to provide your own models for the fourth day of your course. If you are coming out of state I will provide models for you.
You will also be expected to complete your blood borne pathogen class before your training date at http://www.abovetraining.com/BPT.
Please note you will get a certificate of completion after the course but you will need to check with your local county health/ medical department for regulations in your area.