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"A rapidly growing trend with an ever increasing demand for technicians."
- BeautyPlus Daily.

Microblading (or eyebrow embroidery) is a relatively new technique that has quickly become one of the fastest growing trends in the beauty industry and is incredibly high in demand due to its popularity among celebrities and its large presence on social media forums like instagram.

What is Microblading?

Microblading is performed by using a manual hand-tool, which holds disposable micro blades. The required pigment is deposited into the epidermis very carefully with the micro-blade, which allows the technician to create super fine crisp hair strokes that closely mimic the look of natural brow hair.

What Is Microblading/eyebrow embroidery?

Microblading, also known as 3D eyebrow embroidery, is a semi-permanent eyebrow procedure that is applied using a specialist hand-tool which holds disposable micro blades to re-shae the eyebrow. It is ideal for creating a full, and realistic brow and is becoming an increasingly popular method of semi-permnanet makeup.

How does it work?

During the treatment, after a brow consultation, the new brow shape outline is penciled on. We work together to determine a shape you are comfortable with. The brow area is numbed and then pigment is implanted into the skin using very tiny feathered strokes. We determine the pigment colour based on your natural brow shade, hair colour, skin tone and eye colour. These strokes are built up into the new shape, and the area gradually made denser with multiple tiny strokes. The required pigment is deposited into the superficial dermis of the skin with the disposable micro blade, which allows me to create bespoke, crisp hair strokes which look like natural eyebrow hair.

How long does it last?

1-2 years, depending on how quickly your skin rejuvenates, any medications you are on and the age of your skin. After this period of time, a colour boost may be required.

Does it hurt?

Like many semi-permanent procedures, microblading will require a topical anaesthetic, which can be topped up throughout the procedure making it relatively painless. Most clients refer to the sensation similar to threading or waxing. ​​​​Photos available under portfolio.

How does it differ from eyebrow tattooing?

Microblading differs from the conventional eyebrow tattooing by the very fact that it is a manual procedure. When using a hand held micro blade, the colour is deposited closer to the surface than when a machine is used, leaving very fine and crisp hair strokes which are not implanted as deeply into the skin. The results are much more realistic and natural. It is also semi-permanent and not a life permanent procedure.

Course Description

In this 3 day course you will work closely with a trainer on both practice skins and live models. Course content will cover the following:

  • Health, Safety & Sterilization
  • Structure of Skin
  • Brow shapes
  • Tools and products required for procedure
  • Skin Diseases & Disorders
  • Color theory, mixing and corrections
  • Client Consultation/Client Assessment
  • Customization of hair stroke based on clients needs
  • Differences between different blades and why they are used.
  • Clinicals/Practicals
    - Practice Pad
    - Day 2 & 3 live models (carefully guided by trainer)
  • Aftercare

Requirements: No experience or prior training is required in order to participate in this course however we strongly recommend students have some experience in the beauty industry, have a steady hand and an eye for detail. The ideal candidate would be a lash or hair extension tech, makeup artist, esthetician or related profession.

Potential Revenue:

Average Cost per procedure

Average time per procedure
60-90 minutes

Profit or weekly income
(based on 5 clients per week)
$2,500 weekly

Annual Income (not including tips)


$1995- $2995
- Models provided for you.
- Includes start up kit for approx 50 clients

Classes are never larger than 5 students per training. This ensures trainers have quality time with each student to maintain the highest standard of training possible.