5 Day SPMU Microblading Machine Method Training

5 Day SPMU Microblading Machine Method Training


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What is SPMU Machine Microblading?

Semi-Permanent Makeup Machine Microblading is sometimes also known as permanent makeup or Micropigmentation. This method uses a cosmetic tattooing machine to gently implant pigment into the skin using a variety of fine needles. It differs from a regular tattoo machine because its frequency is much lower than that of a regular tattoo machine. This means that the pigment is implanted closer to the surface of the skin.


What are the Differences between SPMU Machine Microblading and Manual Microblading?

Manual Microblading (also known as eyebrow embroidery) uses a handheld tool to implant a pigment under the skin compared to a cosmetic digital tattooing machine used in Machine Microblading. Both methods give semi-permanent makeup results but the main difference between the machine method and manual Microblading lies in the tools and needles used.

For manual Microblading a number of needle configurations can be used. The configuration usually consists of 7-21 needles arranged in different ways for instance U-shaped or angled. Machine Microblading, on the other hand, uses a larger variety of configurations which start from a single needle (including a nanoneedle for the popular Nanoblading method). The configuration used depends entirely on the procedure and the required result.


What are the Benefits of SPMU Machine Microblading?

From a technician’s point of view, it is slightly simpler to apply the correct pressure to implant the pigment to the correct depth, using a machine. With manual Microblading, it takes some practice to master the technique of applying the right amount of pressure to implant the pigment at a perfect depth. The machine makes this job much easier.

In manual Microblading the pigment isn’t implanted quite as deeply in the skin as in SPMU machine method. This means it doesn’t last for as long as the machine method and requires retouching more often.

Machine Microblading is also known to be a more comfortable method for the client and makes it easy to create more natural-looking hair strokes.



All of our courses are designed for classes of 2-4 students, however if you would like a more personalised experience In-Salon Training and one-to-one training is available. Contact us today.


  • Health and Safety
  • Contraindications and Legal Responsibilities
  • Products and Methodology
  • Colour Theory, Mixing and Selection
  • Brow Anatomy, Creation of Hair Strokes, Patterns and Blending
  • Live Model Practicals
  • You will receive a CIPD & Insurance accredited certificate
  • Professional Kit Including Everything You Need to Get Started
  • Become an LVC Alumni and Receive Ongoing Support, Tips and Special Offers
  • Access to Trade-Only Suppliers

CPD Credits: 35.0

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