Microblading is a manual micro-pigmentation of the eyebrows meaning a non-electric device is used. During the procedure of this unique technique, the pigment is introduced into the epidermis by using a pencil-like tool with a blade that consists of 7-21 ultra-thin needles. The pigment is introduced into the epidermis without reaching the dermis which allows the effect of natural-looking hairs.
The result last around a years depending on the factors, such as: the skin type, the level of sun exposure. An additional pigmentation-corrective procedure may be carried out once a year.
The pigment used originates from plants hence it is safe and has a thick consistency, which do not change their colour over time, but fade slowly. Microblading method is an ideal choice for anyone who wants to wear a long-lasting eyebrow make-up with natural looking hair strokes.
Health & safety and organisation of the workplace.
Related anatomy and physiology.
Study natural hair growth of the brow and intricate hair-stroke design.
Introduction to Microblading procedure.
How to create an ideal eyebrow form.
How to adapt the form for the client’s face.
Correction of asymmetry.
How to use and adapt the needles in order to get the results we need.
The stages of the procedure – the post-procedural stage.
The Microblading technique. Theory and practice on fake skin.
Theory on pigments and pigment mixing.
Microblading course cost £1500
The cost of the course must be paid 2 weeks before the course start date.
Practical sessions on models.
Review of the practical session for examination purposes.
Examination on models.
Issuing of the certificates.
Note: 8 case studies will be needed before certification is issue.