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How to Get a Job in Microblading

submitted on 13 October 2020 by tnbskillstraining.co.uk


Microblading is one of the hottest trends in brow care in recent years. For anyone looking to pursue or advance their career in the beauty industry it's certainly a hot ticket service to learn. On average microblading professionals can earn between £200-£600 per service. When you consider that there are thousands upon thousands of gel polish and acrylic nail technicians and brow threaders, learning something new and in-style will help give you the edge.

So how do you get a job in microblading?

What is microblading?
It's for anyone who wants to enhance their eyebrows, a type of semi-permanent tattooing effect which creates feather-like strokes which naturally blend in with the existing brows. Microblading takes a steady hand to shape, fill in and tint the brows. The resulting look lasts for around 12-18 months after a follow-up session usually 6 to 8 weeks from the first.

How to learn microblading?
You can take a microblading course from a complete beginner, but it may help if you already have existing eyebrow treatment experience. Microblading is specific to each individual, so courses cover everything from skin tones and matching the right colours to accurate measurement, allergies and safety training.

Is Microblading a good course to study?
Microblading is popular among all ages providing long-lasting, natural looking brows. It fits in perfectly with the growing trend of brow care here in the UK.

The lack of trained beauticians in microblading makes it a great course to study to capture some of this growing market. You can learn microblading starting out from scratch, or add it to your existing treatment list as an existing beautician.

 







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