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Becoming a microblade artist

Becoming a microblade artist

Working in the beauty industry is very rewarding, you can make people feel great every day! One beauty treatment that has become extremely popular over the last few years is microblading! With that in mind, there are many individuals thinking of becoming a microblade artist. 

But what training do you need for permanent cosmetics? How long does an eyebrow microblading course take? Where do you find the best training programs? We’ve got all the answers for you right here so you can get started with your new career!

What is microblading?

Eyebrows have definitely earned more recognition in recent years for their ability to enhance the face shape and other facial features. 

Microblading is a form of semi permanent makeup whereby a microblading artist will carefully apply pigment to the face with a stroke technique. This will help to achieve your desired brow shape. Microblading is a non-invasive procedure and will usually be completed after a numbing cream has been applied. 

Using a manual method means that the microblading artist has more control over the eyebrows. After an initial appointment, it is likely you would be invited for another appointment a few weeks later, this is for touch ups and to ensure the client is happy with the results. 

Before microblading services have taken place, a consultation is needed to discuss the client’s skin and their ideal outcome from the procedure. This means that they can have the most specialised treatment based on their circumstances.

Anyone can have a microblading procedure, as long as they are over the age of 18. Some people choose to have semi permanent makeup due to sparse brows, for others it may be to achieve a fuller, more enhanced look. The reasoning doesn’t matter but what does matter is that your client feels good when they leave.

Interested in a microblading treatment? You could be the next model for one of our cosmetic tattooing treatments.

How to become a microblading artist

First of all, congratulations on deciding to become a microblading artist! We’re sure this career path will be enjoyable. Maybe you’re fresh out of college or maybe you’ve decided to swap career fields into the beauty industry? No need to worry either way because we can teach you all the training and techniques to help you with becoming a microblading artist.

Microblading training

Microblading is a highly specialised profession that requires proper training in technique as well as classes in health and safety of clients. 

When choosing a microblading course, you need to make sure you know all of the facts, including price, duration, certification and how much contact time you will have.

In the microblading industry, theoretical knowledge is very important, but so is practical knowledge. So it’s a very good idea to look for a training course that allows for a hands-on approach too. Hands-on experience is the only way to practice microblading techniques and get you the skills and certification you need.

We offer a specialised microblading course that has been created with you in mind, we teach both the theoretical and practical side of microblading while ensuring you have every other essential skill to succeed in the industry. 

Due to microblading being a form of semi permanent tattooing, it is vital that you have a deep understanding of the skin. As part of our course, we provide classes that focus on the physiology of various skin types. We also cover colour theory and a colour correction technique. 

We know how important it is to have hands-on experience when training, which is why each of our courses use live models. We believe this helps our training artists to feel more confident when they leave the course.

How long does a microblading course take?

Some microblading courses can take months to complete, this can lead to individuals forgetting information and feeling as if they’ll never finish. We believe in offering an action packed course so that you can get started in your new career as soon as possible. 

That’s why our course is only 2 days long! Upon enrolment you will receive information regarding pre course study. This means that on the day we can get right into the training and everyone is at the same level. 

Our course is available for just £1399 and includes a starter kit that can be used to create dreamy eyebrows on at least your first ten clients!

Finding the best microblading course

A quality microblading course will not only teach you how to microblade, but also teach you the ins and outs of health and safety and even how to deal with clients. 

To ensure safety, the course should also be accredited by a relevant professional body. This means that it has been verified and is safe to participate in.

Our course is verified by ABT and CPD Accreditation. Upon completion of the course, you will also receive microblading certification.

Health and safety when microblading

There are strict health and safety regulations that must be adhered to when completing a microblading treatment. 

Due to the procedure utilising a needle, infection control is paramount. Not only will you have to aim to reduce the risks, you will also have to present documentation to clients to make them aware of it too. 

When completing a treatment on the eyebrows or elsewhere on the skin using pigment, you will have to perform a patch test. This is where you apply a small amount of pigment onto the skin, usually behind the ear.

Clients will be asked to monitor any feelings of irritation or itchiness they experience over a specified time period. The test must be completed at least 24-48 hours before the treatment takes place. 

When you finish the course and become a microblading technician, you will have all of the tools you need to ensure that you provide a high quality and safe service to each client.

How much does a microblading artist make?

As with many careers, with microblading, there is a chance to become employed by another company or become self employed and be your own boss. You might even be wondering whether to be a local technician or work further afield. 

There are advantages and disadvantages to both, you just have to take your time and consider what’s most important to you. 

You might be thinking about the money, in which case a microblading job could earn you an average salary of between £30,000 and £50,000 per year. 

Those with their own business in semi permanent makeup have the potential to earn even more money. Remember that if you’re just starting up your business you’ll need to work hard to refine your skills and gain more clients. 

Is becoming a microblading artist worth it?

Microblading is an incredibly rewarding career. Often clients can attend their first appointment lacking confidence and wanting a change. It’s great when they leave the treatment feeling happier and you can already see that they are feeling more confident. 

Aside from that, it doesn’t seem like microbladed brows will drop off from fashion trends any time soon. Microblading is great for building a thicker brow while also adapting to the latest beauty trends. 

All in all, eyebrow microblading is a great idea for a new business and we can provide some of the best training around to help produce highly skilled beauty therapists who enjoy their microblade training.

If you want to start your next career and become a microblade artist, get in touch with us. 

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