It’s not too late to sign-up for May’s Microblading MasterClass!

May`s Microblading Masterclass - Eye Design University New York

Our team wants you to reach your full potential! Join us for May MasterClass and we will help you become the best technician you can be. Whether you are an experienced tech who could use some brushing-up, or you have no microblading experience whatsoever, this workshop is right for you.

Eye Design’s Microblading MasterClass is an exciting and informative 3-day workshop that is only available a handful of times per year. Thankfully, it is not too late to sign up for May!

Whether you are an aspiring technician, or an experienced tech looking for a refresher course, MasterClass will give you the chance to gain hands-on experience alongside Eye Design’s 5-star team. You will learn in-depth theory and even work on a live model.

If this sounds like the training course you’ve been looking for–or something that could greatly change the way you practice beauty for the better–then it is time to sign-up! But hurry, spots fill up quickly, and we definitely don’t want you to miss out.

During MasterClass, founder and Master Technician Nadia (me!) always stresses that drawing is the most important part of the microblading process; that is why we spend an entire day focusing on it.

I personally authored Eye Design’s microblading technique, so I can break it down step-by-step for the students, which sets our training courses apart from others. The smallest details matter, so they are always taken into consideration during MasterClass.

For example, the middle of the top of the brow, where the transition from the body to the tail occurs (typically around points 7, 8 and 9) is extremely important. This is because here, the hair changes directions from upwards to mixed (in most clients) or from upwards to downwards (in many Asian clients). I want you to be able to deliver great results to the most diverse clientele base possible!

Additionally, it is important to note that hairstrokes must always be parallel; they should not criss-cross, or create a “Christmas tree pattern,” or have tips that touch. Similarly, they should not have a curly look them. I always emphasize this when instructing MasterClass students during the drawing process.

Are you interested in more valuable advice like this that will change your career and make you more dynamic as a professional? Click here to join other students (who would love to network with with you!) at May MasterClass. The entire Eye Design family can’t wait to see you there!