Is it time to add Microblading to your salon offerings?
Eyebrow trends come and go, but it is safe to say that women are now sporting thicker brows for the long haul. If you are interested in offering your clients brows which don’t need perfecting each morning, then Microblading is your answer!
Add Microblading to your skill set!
Our first Microblading courses for January and February 2019 were fully booked almost as soon as the dates were released, and the reason why is because salons and mobile beauty professionals see the HUGE potential adding brows services to their treatment menu can be! Don’t hesitate to get on board learning this popular brow trend, upskill your beauty knowledge and turn your obsession of brows into a career, by offering your clients the best brows in Bournemouth, Liverpool, London, Birmingham, Portsmouth, and Glasgow, just a handful of our new training locations in an attempt to meet the demand for the best microblading brow courses, brought to us by Brownv Microblading.
Our training is delivered by Brow Experts via the award winning training provider, The Creative Beauty Group. We run our courses with a maximum of six attendee’s, so our Microblading tutor can mentor her learners to the best of their ability. The knowledge and skill you will take away from this course will have you ready to start you on your Brownv™ Microblading career!
What is Microblading?
Microblading is semi-permanent makeup, it includes inserting fine strokes and soft tap powdering to create the illusion of real hairs. This creates the desired brows which your clients have always dreamed of. You may have also read or heard it called eyebrow embroidery, microstroking or feather touch. Managing Director of The Creative Beauty Group, and founder of both Lashnv Lashes and sister brand Brownv Brows, Layla tour says ”Technically, microblading is a form of eyebrow tattooing—but unlike traditional tattooing, which uses a machine, to ‘microblade’ is to apply the pigment in the shape of a hairstroke with a handheld micro blade tool.
Training in Brownv™ Microblading you will learn how to use different size blades and soft tap (powdering), creating the best hairstroke, powder and combination brows. There is a skill and a technique in every style brow, and it is important you have the best brow knowledge to give your clients the brows they desire!
Microblading V’S Microshading
Microshading (also known as filled, powdered or ombré microshading) is equally as popular as Microblading. So what is the difference? Microshading is more of a powder look and can be done with a machine or hand tool, in Brownv Microblading courses, we combine the two looks, to help our learners achieve natural results, and leave our classrooms knowing the every latest techniques in the industry.
Microblading is known officially as a method of semi permanent tattooing, therefore requirements and regulations will be applicable. These vary from council to council. The best thing to do is check with your own council, on their website. Requirements can vary too, such as specific number of training hours met, you may need to attend your training in the actual town you live (check this before committing and travelling out of your area). Your local council may also want you to require a variety of topics and techniques, colour theory, handling of equipment, prevention of cross-contamination, observing procedures before performing them, and information regarding your actual supervison.
Getting My Premises Ready
Below are a few points that your local council are likely to require:
- Below are a few points that your local council are likely to require:
- All work surfaces, couches, seats, floors, lower wall regions etc should be designed so that they are water resistant, therefor resistant to liquid spills.
- A separate deep sink with hot and cold water should be provided exclusively for washing equipment and instruments and should be located in a separate area, away from the clean area.
- Floors should be slip-resistant and carpets should be avoided in treatment areas.
- A suitable operating couch or adjustable recliner chair with washable surfaces.
- All smooth, water resistant surfaces should be cleaned with detergent and disinfected by wiping with a suitable disinfectant between clients. These steps reduce the risk of cross infection. Check on our website for the complete Mundo Hygiene Range, that many Microblading specialists use in their salons.
- Water for hand washing should be supplied by a hot and cold mixer tap, preferably via a foot, elbow or lever operated tap system, and hands should be washed with soap – ideally from a soap dispenser – and dried using good quality disposable paper towels.
- Do ensure the light level where you work is sufficient for your needs. A combination of natural and artificial lighting is ideal.
This course includes:
- Full-Time course tutors
- Official Assessments
- Intro to bridging course in *ACT FAST
- Gain access to TCBG student area, where you will find useful guidance and information.
- A full working Microblading Kit.
- What is Microblading
- Health & Safety
- Colour Theory
- Fitzpatrick Scale
- Anatomy & Physiology of the skin
- Drawing of Brows
We wanted to make you aware that there are different options to pay the tuition fees, however we do remind you that the most cost effective way is to pay for the course upfront. If you are interested in the payment plan, the details are: If you have secured your place on the course and have payed your initial deposit, then we can arrange for you to pay X amount of weekly payments.
For further details about courses available in your area, dates and availability, simply pop a few details on to our Contact Form, this will be directed to a dedicated member of our education team who handles our course bookings and support in your area 🙂