Theoretical part of microblading course:
Knowing when we must not do the treatment is equally important as knowing how to draw the eyebrows. The theoretical part focuses on skin problems, post-treatment care, pigments, shape, symmetry, etc.
The practical part comes down to practice on skin simulation on the first day and practice on live models on the second day. Practicing on live models represents filling in the strokes drawn by a master, so that there is no possibility for the students to make mistakes since they are working on the existing marks. The aim of this practice is that the students see how it feels to work on real skin and to eliminate fear in this way. Another aim of this practice is to get the feeling for the right pressure to a certain extent.
The topic of hygiene is the most important one and it is presented through a sequence of preventive steps that need to be taken in order to avoid possible problems.
Each microblading course includes a starter kit, regardless of the fact whether it is a basic or a professional one.
We are especially proud to highlight our Facebook community PMU & Microblading Community. We are very friendly towards new artists so that the students do not hesitate to ask any type of question or to ask for help.
Our FB community, the Academy provides constant technical support.