What will you learn during this Microblading Training course?
Since Microblading is a semi- permanent treatment, it is very important to understand every aspect of the procedure and learn to master various hair stroke application skills. You will learn all necessary steps and procedures of Microblading from sterilization, skin structure, application, aftercare and touch ups.
This course covers the following;
- Microblading Hair Stroking Methods
- Skin Structure
- Customizing hair strokes for clients
- Mixing colors to match client’s natural hairs
- Tools and products used during procedure
- Safety and Sterilization
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN DURING THIS TRAINING
Our courses have been structured from start to finish with you in mind. Since Microblading is a Semi-Permanent treatment, it is extremely important to gain full knowledge of every aspect of the procedure and master various techniques. During the training you will learn about:
Microblading 3D Hair Strokes Technique
Proper use of tools and products during the procedure
Practice Safety, Sanitation, and Sterilization
And much much more..
Cover aged Permanent Tattoo markings
Creating perfect symmetry through Shaping method
Assessing numerous skin types and shades for optimum results
3D eyebrow embroidery or microblading is a “permanent” makeup technique done with a tiny, angled blade made of a row of even tinier needles. The microblading blade is dipped in ink, and then lightly scraped across the skin in delicate strokes, mimicking hair. I put the word permanent in quotation marks because, while it is the technical term, it’s not apt. Unlike eyebrow tattoos that often look unnatural and unappealing, eyebrow microblading lasts for 3 years at most, providing you with your dream naturally looking bushy eyebrows or any other shape your prefer. For women in their 30s or younger the microstroking will likely not last for more than a year.
Over the years, eyebrow embroidery techniques have evolved and improved. From the picture above from Allure Beauty, you can distinctively see the difference between each technique. I would say that the newer the technique, the more strokes-based and natural it is. But of course the price also increases accordingly to the difficulty so you need to decide. For me, I had the Allure Signature Eyebrow done and I find the individual strokes so natural and beautiful!
Is it tattooing? With the sudden popularity and media attention to the term microblading, many are led to believe microblading is not a tattoo process. Permanent cosmetics, micropigmentation, dermal implantation, microblading/microstroking, eyebrow embroidery, and long-time/long-lasting makeup, are all different names for the same procedure – cosmetic tattooing. Any time color is placed into the skin with any device, it is a tattoo process as defined by many well informed regulators, the medical community, and dictionary sources. Denying this process is a tattoo can be problematic for those who would, for religious or other personal reasons, normally refuse to have a tattoo.
Semi-permanent tattoos only implant color on the top layer of skin, while permanent does through to the second layer. Hygienic conditions are essential for safe tattooing which is why it is important you only use professional, experienced artists.
Reason For Getting One
There are several reasons that anyone would want get a tattooed eyebrows, all of them important to the people involved. It might be that you have very little natural eyebrow and want something that stands out better. Maybe you aren't happy with the natural color, or maybe you just want to get rid of the hassle of making sure you look perfect every morning.
Getting the procedure done also comes in handy if you spend a lot of time in the swimming pool as your permanent make up will never wash off.
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