Micro-blading Training Course

Microblading Course

West Midlands

Zoom Theory Training Available £600

Remaining to be paid prior to practical session

Flawless Luxe Beauty & Aesthetics Training Academy - Micro-blading 2 Day Duration 

Course Price £1200 kit included 

Introduction to Microblading 

During the microblading process a special microblading hand tool is used to draw on individual strokes one by one. Before the microblading begins a numbing cream is applied to the area to minimise discomfort. Results will last for up to 12 months before beginning to fade and then a colour boost will be required. 
The benefit of this treatment is that the brows will have been reconstructed and defined - a perfect way to cover gaps, or fill-in over plucked brows!

History of Microblading

Microblading eyebrows first came around about 25 years ago throughout Asia. Its history is not well-documented in the US. It doesn’t help that it’s known by so many different names:


-feather tattooing

-eyebrow tattooing 


the list goes on.


In Asia, the technique matured as artists experimented with different brow patterns and tools and application techniques.In the last few years, microblading had a surge of popularity throughout Europe, where schools and artists have established themselves as the frontier of microblading for the West. In 2015, microblading finally caught on and overtook "permanent makeup"

Why will introducing Microblading to my client benefit me 

-Microblading has great profit margins 

-You can offer one of the most popular treatments thats available in the industry 

-You will be able to offer an aesthetic treatment as part as your services 


What I will learn on the course  

-How microblading works

-Health & safety 

-Treatment areas

-Client suitability 

-Equipment use

-Anatomy and physiology 

-Stock list


-Consent forms

-Pricing structures

-Treatment plan


What practical skills will I gain

-Hygiene & sharps disposal

-Managing expectations

-Treatment techniques including brow mapping, hair stroke replication, colour matching, blending colour, dilution of pigments & pressure of device.