Beginners Microblading Course

£1,200.00

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Description

Product Description:

  • An intensive two-day training course that consists of both theory and practical elements

 

On day one we focus on skin problems, post-treatment care, colour, hygiene and the importance to know how to draw an eyebrow properly.

 

During the first day we will cover some practical by focusing on drawing the shape of the eyebrow as well as hair strokes on latex.

 

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ABOUT

Microblading is a manual, semi-permanent technique of hyper-realistic eyebrow drawing by inserting pigment using a sterile disposable tool into the epidermis of the skin. The result is very realistic as we match the colour with the client’s already existing eyebrow hair colour and follow the natural hair growth.

SUMMARY

  • Course Cost – £1200
  • Duration – 2 days – 09:30 to 17:00 (bring own lunch) followed by online levels to pass
  • Class Size – 2 students (maximum)
  • Pre Requisites – Previous experience in eyebrow shaping or completion of our Eye Tonic Brow Definition course
  • Kit – No kit supplied but we will give you access to all websites to purchase all your necessary products/equipment

POTENTIAL EARNINGS

  • 2 Sets of brows per week: £25,000 yearly
  • 5 Sets of brows per week: £62,000 yearly
  • 10 Sets of brows per week: £120,000 yearly

CONTENT DELIVERY

Access to all course lessons and manuals will be available for access immediately after payment via LadyTonic.co.uk. Information on how to access your course will also be emailed to you. This must be read before your course date.

COURSE CONTENT

  • Health & safety
  • Salon hygiene, health & safety
  • Professional ethics
  • Insurance
  • Sterilisation & disinfection
  • Insurance
  • Working with sharps
  • Bloodborne pathogens
  • Anaphylaxis
  • History of Microblading
  • What is Microblading
  • Reasons clients may want Microblading
  • Pros & cons of Microblading
  • Types of treatments that can be done with Mocroblading techniques
  • Microblading
  • Microshading
  • Combo Ombre Brow
  • Importance of brows through history
  • Purpose of eyebrows
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Skin Anatomy
  • Lymphatic System
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Muscles of the face
  • How the face ages
  • Vessels of the face
  • Nerves of the face
  • Wound healing
  • Anatomy of the Eye
  • Eyelids
  • Eye
  • Reasons for brow hair loss
  • Skin Types
  • Face shapes and brow shapes
  • Previous brow work
  • Eyebrow shaping
  • Measuring the brows
  • Brow mapping
  • Step by step mapping method
  • Tools and equipment
  • Needles and blades
  • Blade thickness
  • Blade angle
  • Needle selection factor
  • Skin factors affecting absorption
  • How to choose good quality Microblading needles/angles
  • How to avoid double lines and blurring
  • Filling and checking strokes
  • Needle depths
  • Skin tones and undertones
  • Fitzpatrick skin type chart
  • Colour theory
  • Types of colours
  • What are pigments?
  • Organic pigments
  • Inorganic pigments
  • Choosing a pigment
  • Choosing a brow colour
  • Understanding healed colour results
  • Anaesthetics
  • Client consultation
  • Consent form and waiver
  • Contraindications
  • Contra-actions
  • Room set-up
  • Licensing
  • Tattoo regulations act
  • Trolley set-up
  • Eyebrow hair regrowth
  • Design considerations
  • Why pre-drawing is important
  • Building and positioning natural eyebrow thickness
  • Marking your eyebrow design
  • Drawing and design
  • Technician positioning
  • Stretching the skin
  • Depth
  • Placement and angle
  • Clients skin during the procedure
  • Hairstrokes and dimensions
  • Practice sheets
  • Touch up appointment
  • Ombre
  • Front of the brow options
  • Powdering
  • Microblading Procedure
  • Microshading Procedure
  • Combo Brow Procedure
  • Healing Process
  • Aftercare
  • Troubleshooting
BEGINNERS MICROBLADING COURSE

£1200.00

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