If you've been looking to expand your beauty business and be a part of the fastest growing permanent makeup service, then learn to microblade! Whether you'd like to have this skill as an add on service or if you're brand new to the industry looking start a new career, taking a microblading class may be right for you. There is no skin care license required so you can start microblading in just a few weeks!
cross contamination safety
skin conditions and contraindications
microblading different skin types
tools and needles
hair stroke patterns
two different numbing creams
6 different pigments
practice skins and ink
microblading training manual
pigment rings and cups
microblades and shading pins
dummy head and practice tape
one on one.
One on one training is available to give you the most in depth course possible. I will guide you every stroke of the way. I will personalize the course to your needs and we will spend as much or as little time as you need on different topics. This one on one option is for people wanting to start microblading their own clients ASAP. The $500 deposit must be submitted two weeks prior to class to avoid the three hundred dollar price increase.
small group training.
I offer small group training which means the class size will never be more than 5 people. This ensures that every students has ample individual attention. Small group classes are perfect for groups of friends that want to learn the skills or for people that are looking for a discount. Prices vary depending on group sizes. The $500 deposit must be submitted two weeks prior to class to avoid the three hundred dollar price increase.
do i need to be an esthetician?
That's the best part about microblading, there is no skin care license required! So no, you do not need to be an esthetician or a cosmetologist. However, you do need to get your tattoo artist license which takes about a week to process. All microblading and permanent makeup fall under the tattoo laws in florida, so you must follow these guidelines.
how do i get my tattoo artist license?
You need to fill out the tattoo artist application on the Florida Department of Health website and take the three hour cross contamination course online (boring but easy). After those are done, send the application and the certificate of completion to the health department and your license will take about a week to process. You do not need your license for the seminar portion of class but YOU DO NEED the license for your practical. You CANNOT legally cut skin without it! Beware of classes that tell you otherwise.
so after class I can legally microblade?
Almost! The Florida health department requires that all tattooing happens in a registered tattoo establishment. Therefore you need to get a tattoo establishment license and a biomedical waste producer license. If you already work in a spa, salon, or tattoo studio that does permanent makeup then you wont need to worry about getting these licenses. However, if you are starting from scratch I will give you a full list of supplies you need per the Health Department to get these licenses asap. Once you've obtained the supplies, the Health Department with inspect your work space and grant you a Tattoo Establishment License and you're ready for clients!
how long is the course?
You will have a three day intensive in-class seminar teaching you all the skills you need to know about microblading and microshading. Then, you will complete several modules and homework assignments to apply the knowledge from class and prepare you for your practical. This allows you to learn and grow on your schedule the week after class. Once you've completed all homework, modules and practice skins, then you will perform the procedure on a live model and the certification is complete. Going forward, you will always be able to reach out to me for continued support or feel free to schedule another model with me until you are completely ready to take clients solo.
Why is it so expensive?
Typically a Microblading 101 class costs around 2,000-3,000$ and only teaches classic microblading. In this class, you will learn microblading AND microshading. The pigments, numbing creams and other supplies cost around 600-700$ to supply in the kits. Also, consider the cost of renting space to host the classes and compensation for the instructor's time. This is the absolute lowest price to give students the best training possible, please understand and respect that this price is non-negotiable. Moreover, the price will increase three hundred dollars within two weeks of class to be able to rush order your supplies and rent a space last minute. To avoid this increase in price you, must get your deposit in early!
is there a payment plan?
There is currently no payment plan. I do require a 500$ deposit at least two weeks ahead of time to book your seat in class. Full payment is due the first day before class begins.
How do i sign up?
To sign up and make your $500 deposit, please contact Emily at 727-563-4289 or email at email@example.com. The price will INCREASE by three hundred dollars if the deposit is made after the two week deadline.