About the Course
Microblading, also known as micro strokes, diamond blading, or eyebrow embroidery is a type of semi-permanent makeup technique applied without using a machine.
Instead of a machine, a hand-held tool, similar to a pencil is used that replaceable, disposable blades comprised of many small needles are attached.
The blade is up to three times thinner than some of the thinner needle choices for permanent makeup.
The hand-held tool is not electric, and the hair strokes are drawn in by hand the same way as we would use a pencil.
Microblading is a fairly easy technique to perform, however, the skill is to develop an eye for creating a natural hair stroke for each individual client and learning where and what direction to place the hairs.
- History of Treatment
- Benefits of Treatment
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Health & Safety
- Contraindications & Contra-actions
- Consultation & Patch Testing
- Laws and Legislation
- Safe Disposal of Sharp's
- Treatment Procedure
- Product knowledge
- Aftercare Advice
There are no set entry requirements for this course.
This course consists of 50% theory and 50% practical. We ask students to arrive 15 minutes before the course start time to ensure a prompt start. You will spend the majority of the course acquiring and practising your practical skills. This course will involve tutor demonstration as well as hands-on practical working with other students.
Educators Teaching This Course:
Emma is the owner/founder of Emz Aesthetics Academy. Working as a practitioner by day, and a nurse by night, Emma's passion stretches far She has over 14 years of teaching experience and specialises in botox, dermal fillers, and PDO threads. But loves everything aesthetics.