Everything You Need to Know About Microblading Training

Becoming a successful microblading artist takes patience, skill, and an ample amount of practice. While proper training and determination may speed up the learning process, the art of microblading is a time-consuming craft.

Once you’re qualified though, the rewards can be substantial. The average cost of a microblading procedure at Eye Design, for example, is approximately $600-800 – that’s around $8,000 per week, based on a 10-client week.

If you’re interested in taking a microblading course, there’s a few things you should know before you sign up.

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The Best Soundtrack for Your Lash Studio

The Best Soundtrack for Your Lash Studio

Have you ever thought about the background music you hear at the dentist, the grocery store, or the pharmacy? Probably not, right?

According to a study conducted by Nicolas Guéguen, Céline Jacob, Marcel Lourel, and Hélène Le Guelle, the tempo of the beats you’ve been hearing at the store has the power to change your mood and make you purchase more.

Loud music, for example, was proven to move customers through a store quickly, without reducing sales volume, whereas low-tempo music caused shoppers to move slower and buy more.

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Microblading Courses

How To Choose The Microblading Course That’s Right For You

The world of permanent makeup is a lot like “Girl World.” To quote Tina Fey – it’s tough. One wrong move could literally mean your reputation, your career, and ultimately, your livelihood. In an effort to save you from complete self-sabotage, here’s a few tips that will help you choose the best microblading course for your personality and style.

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Goals Every Lash Artist Should Have

Up your lash game by making (and achieving) these four goals

It’s important to set goals – in your professional and your personal life. As a lash artist there’s four goals our technicians stick to.

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Learn how to Perform Shadow Effect

At this moment, powder/shadow effect is getting more and more popular. In our studio, we have created a few different types of shadow effect. These techniques you can achieve with different tools, machine and manually.

For manual method, we use a manual pen with different needle combinations. For machine method, we use a traditional machine with one needle. In our studio, we generally use manual method. For manual method, we use a variety of round needles (5, 7, 9) and double flat needles (15, 17, 21). Smaller needles are for tiny details, while larger needles are used for larger details. Round needles make color more intense, while double flat needles make the effect softer, which is great for areas like the beginning of the brow.

Pigments for this technique are slightly different from microblading, because they must be softer and lighter. For this reason, we use distilled water or special pigment thinner to make the color softer and more diluted. The effect can look different on anyone, and the results will depend on what your client wants. We have 3 different varieties: powder, ombre, and shadow. The pigments that we use for powder we apply layer by layer. The pigments that we use are made by Eye Design, and are cruelty free, hypoallergenic, and mineral-based.

The pigment used must be chosen on a case-by-case basis for every client, as no two clients will be exactly the same. Powder/shadow effect is less aggressive than microblading or other permanent makeup techniques because we do not go as deeply into the skin. This means minimal healing for the skin, and also means no blood or pain for the client. This technique is very safe, and we recommend that beginners use this technique, as manual powder effect method is easier than machine powder method.

If you’re interested in learning classic microblading as well as powder effect, please enroll for our Microblading Masterclass, hosted by Eye Design University. You can register online at http://eyelash-training.com/application-form and you can learn more by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Hurry! Space is limited

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