Full and fabulous eyebrows are here to stay. As consumer demand for beautiful brows continues to grow, smart cosmetic professionals are lining up to learn the precise art of microblading. Are you one of them?
Kudos if you are! It means you’re taking one of the most important steps toward building a robust career in the aesthetic industry. There is a catch, though. Not all microblading classes are equal! Before enrolling, you need to do your homework confirming your teacher’s credentials and expertise. Learning the proper technique and safety protocols is vital to your success as a microblading technician.
Here are 3 essential components to proper microblading education:
Is your teacher licensed?
Microblading by Marie offers the highest level of training by Marie Saade, the first licensed microblading provider in CT. Marie offers years of experience, skill, and knowledge to benefit both her clients and her clinicians.
Hours of training
There’s no shortcut to earning your certification. It takes hours of training to learn proper technique, including facial morphology, bone structure, color theory, proper handling of equipment, prevention of cross-contamination, and more. After training with Marie, you will be certified to offer microblading. However, to be fully licensed, you will need to fulfill the requirements of your state. Some states require microblading artists to be licensed tattoo technicians, while others accept an aesthetician’s license.
A form of cosmetic tattooing, microblading is a meticulous, painstaking process that requires extensive training. Microblading by Marie is a state-certified school dedicated to the education and success of every microblading student. Implementing hours of training and practice, Marie ensures each student leaves her school as a true microblading master who consistently delivers impeccable results.