2 Day Korean Nanoblading Course
- What Will You Learn?
- Qualifying and Benefits
What is Microblading?
Microblading is a semi-permanent tattooing technique. As a part of this treatment, a pigment is implanted into the skin with the help of superfine needles, to create a hair-like stroke. It is also used to create artistic eyebrows designs. Also known as micro-needling, eyebrow embroidery or microstroking, this treatment is recommended for thinning brows to give them a fuller look. The basic theory of Microblading is almost the same as that of Semi-permanent Makeup with a Machine. However, microblading uses a handheld tool. This method was at the peak of its popularity around 20-30 years ago but is now back again. An increasing number of beauticians are looking to attend training courses to become professional Microblading Specialists.
What is the Real Difference between Microblading and Machine SPMU?
Nanoblading, a revolution in the Semi-permanent makeup industry is a more advanced technique. Since Microblading does not require the use of any machinery, it costs you less than other Semi-permanent eyebrow techniques or micropigmentation, which uses machines. The results of microblading are expected to last for up to 18 months. Compared to this, brow tattooing techniques which use machines last for a longer time period.
Using a machine tends to be easier for the brow artist as it does most of the work. Whereas, with Microblading, it takes a while for the beautician to fully master the technique of etching the perfect eyebrows. Microblading requires a ‘feel’ which can only be developed by practice. It’s true that Microblading is a specialist ‘brow technique’ and can create a finer stroke of brows, compared to those made by a machine. However, the functionality of microblading is purely limited to brows. On the other hand, the machine can be used to work on an Eyeliner, Meso, Lips, as well as Medical tattooing.
There is often a misconception that microblading is the style of brows. However, in reality, the ‘Hairstroke’ is also taught with the machine and the ‘microblade’ itself is simply a hand tool. In summary, the machine is an advanced form of microblading.
(Includes a free kit containing everything you need to get started)
- Health & Safety
- Treatment Preparation & Safe Practices
- How to Carry Out Client Consultations
- How to Produce Hair Stroke Patterns, Shaping and Shape Selection
- Colour Mixing and Theory
- Learning About Skin Tones, Compatible Pigments and Selecting the Correct Pigment for your Client
- Aftercare and the Process of Healing
- Certification on Completed Methods, Get Insured and Access Trade Shops
- Graduates Will Automatically Become LV College Alumni and Receive Ongoing Support, Special Offers & Tips
- CPD Credits: 140