A good result in microblading depends on dozens of subtle but important nuances that you can learn only in practice.
In the retraining course, we will pay special attention to the 4 most important components, without which a good result will not work:
- a correctly placed hand,
- understanding of skin tension and pigment depth
- a correct and easy drawing of a hair
- a well-drawn sketch that will fit the features of the client’s face and will not “run away” during the procedure
More than 80% of errors are made at these stages, so in our course, we will pay special attention to the development of these components in PRACTICE.
During the course, you will learn
- How to hold the handpiece correctly and confidently.
- How to draw a hair so that after healing it does not blur or lose its shape
- How to make a beautiful beginning of the eyebrow to make it look natural.
- What should be the right hair.
- How to choose the right pigment that matches the color of your hairs and skin.
You will learn
- To determine correctly the depth and color of the pigment in the skin.
- Work without a clear contour, without leaving joints and spots.
- Fix the sketch so that it does not get lost during the work.
Getting mastered the technique of microblading, you can expand your professional capabilities and increase the flow of grateful customers.
General course information
The training is based on materials of the center.
The price includes
- student’s workbook,
- lunches and coffee - breaks.
Student’s works take place on real models that we are looking for you ourselves!
The total duration of the course is 7 hours (1 day). Classes are held both individually and in mini-groups.
The training is held by Alesia Rybak - a certified specialist in machine and manual micropigmentation and aesthetic dermapigmentation with more than 7 years’ experience
This course will suit you if
- You have recently completed basic microblading training, but you feel insecure about the knowledge you have gained.
- If you do not dare to work with clients due to a lack of practice in basic courses.
- If you compare your works with the other specialists' ones and are not entirely satisfied with the result.
- If you have been working for a long time, but feel that you could have more clients.
- If many clients come to you, but only a few returns after one procedure.
- If you have been trained for a long time, but want to keep abreast of new trends in microblading.