Microblading and Powder Brow Course in Oak Brook, IL
Thrive Skin Institute is pleased to provide a microblading and powder brow course to assist you in learning all you need to know about microblading. Sign up today! For more information, call us or visit our institute during our business hours. We are conveniently located at 1301 22nd Street Suite 102, Oak Brook IL 60523. We train future beauty professionals from Oak Brook IL, Glen Ellyn IL, Lombard IL, Elmhurst IL, Hinsdale IL and now with our online courses you can learn with us from anywhere!
Table of Contents:
Give Your Clients Perfect Brows They Will Love
All Skill Levels Welcome
Why Learn Both Techniques?
Types Of Microblading
Practice Your New Skills
2023 Class Dates
How long does microblading take to learn?
Is learning microblading worth it?
Is microblading a good career?
During this 3 day intensive hands-on microblading training and certification course, students will learn to map a perfect brow and design a brow pattern to complement your clients face. Students receive step by step instruction, learning the manual blading technique and the newer advanced Ombre powder brow technique for achieving natural looking eyebrows with a powder effect. Using these methods, students learn how to customize a pattern based off of your client’s own natural hair growth pattern, giving them the most natural looking results possible.
Whether you’re completely new to the industry or a practicing artist looking to advance your education and knowledge, our course is designed to lead you to a lucrative career.
Many clients are going to require both manual microblading and powdered brow techniques during their appointment. For that reason, we include both applications in our microblading training.
– MANUAL MICROBLADING/ 3D BROWS
Ink is deposited with a manual pen; the super fine blade allows the technician to draw crisp, thin and natural looking hairs on the first dermal layer of skin. The results often last from 1-3 years depending on the client’s skin. The results are natural looking and long lasting.
Benefits of Manual Microblading:
Someone with fine, sparse, or no eyebrow hair that would like to add hair and texture to their brows will benefit best from manual microblading.
– POWDERED HD/OMBRE BROWS/MICROSHADING
Ink is deposited with a machine; Ink is dispersed in very fine dots of pigment into the skin. The application of ink is more superficial, depositing the ink in the epidermal layer of the skin. The technique is in the name. Powdered with a faded front and crisp at the end. The results can last 2-3 years. Powdered brows give a soft and natural powdered makeup look.
Benefits of Powder HD/Ombre Brows:
Someone with fuller eyebrows that wants to have them filled in and thicker are well suited for Powder Brows.
Demand for microblading is exploding across the cosmetic industry. As a result, businesses are looking for talented artists. A relatively new procedure, microblading is the perfect solution for those who aren’t born with naturally full eyebrows or need to reconstruct, define or fill-in their brows. Skilled microblading artists can charge $500.00- $1800.00 for a session.
Becoming a first class microblading artist takes time and effort. It is very important for students to take the time and practice your new skills as often as possible. We’ll provide the technique and the tools, you provide the passion to succeed.
Most states, employers and insurance companies require you to hold a microblading certification in order to practice. Thrive Skin Institute is a fully accredited school approved to offer a microblading certificate.
Our 3 Day Course is packed with hands-on learning. Our Instructors offer personalized education and one-on-one time. We walk you through this course step by step, enabling you to treat your future clients with confidence. This course allows for students to work on 3 live models, under the direct supervision of our Master Trainer.
All enrolled students are responsible to arrange 2 live models(client, friend, relative, any person age 18 years or older) to participate in the hands-on application training under the direct supervision of an instructor. Students work on 1 live models day 2 and 1 live model day 3. If you need help securing models let us know.
We offer our students lifetime support. Our instructors are available to offer guidance and answer your questions as you start your new career.
– Color theory
– Layout of each hair stroke
– Primary Hair strokes
– Secondary hair strokes
– Complementary hair strokes
– Choosing the right method for your client
– Choosing the right needles based on different skin types
– Practice with machine on artificial skin and mats
– Work on artificial skin
– Face mapping
– Drawing eyebrows with string
– Drawing eyebrows with stencils
– Mixing Pigments
– How to take good pictures
– How to correct mistakes
– Work on 1 live model using Traditional Microblading Technique
– Consent forms
– Preparing workspace
– Work on 1 live Model using Powder Brow Technique
January 28th-30th, March 11th-13th, April 22nd-24th, June 10th-12th, July 18th-20th, August 30th-September 1st, October 13th-15th, December 9th-11th
Course includes training manual, machine, kit and certificate of attendance
*Courses are non-refundable but can be transferred once to another course on a later date.
Terms & Conditions
Microblading is a method of permanent makeup that creates realistic results, like natural-looking eyebrows. This tattooing technique emulates the look of real brows by making tiny strokes that simulate the appearance of individual hairs. It has massively surged in popularity over the last several years; there is a good chance that almost everyone knows someone who has had microblading done. In fact, the demand for this procedure is so high that there is a need for new microblading specialists. With the proper training, qualified individuals can learn the technique and gain the credentials required to perform microblading.
Microblading is a specialized technique that involves in-depth training and knowledge, and therefore requires focus and dedication. However, learning the craft does not require years of studying; microblading training courses can be completed in around one to six months, depending on your dedication of the aesthetician. These courses typically cover theory, live demonstrations and practical application; practice is the key to becoming skilled in eyebrow design. Although a starter course may only consist of a few days, in the majority of cases, it takes two to three months to become certified. Becoming proficient in the technique can take up to a year, which comes with practice, patience, and persistence.
The certification process, depending on the course, will consist of a number of successful models, often submitted by a photograph. Students will also have to demonstrate that they can create crisp and clean strokes, alongside good pigment retention. Seeking out an apprenticeship is a great way to learn, advance, and perfect the craft of microblading.
The first thing to consider when thinking about learning microblading is why you are interested. No amount of external factors can persuade you to become a permanent makeup artist unless you are genuinely interested in aesthetics. The people who truly have the talent and the kind of passion needed to thrive in this industry will naturally gravitate towards it.
In terms of demand, there has been a massive surge in the popularity of microblading over the past few years, so there is always a need for more microblading technicians, especially aestheticians passionate about permanent makeup. This can make microblading a very lucrative career, with no shortage of clients and steady business.
The main reasons why learning microblading is worth it include: it is semi-permanent, low maintenance, takes only a few hours to perform, can be customized to meet the unique needs of each client, and it comes with a very low risk of complications.
Microblading can be a very prosperous and rewarding career for the right individuals. There are a number of benefits that this career path can provide, including:
– First and foremost, microblading can be very lucrative. Most microblading costs between $400 and $800 and takes around two to four hours to perform. This equates to a wage of $100 to $400 an hour!
– Second, microblading is a creative profession; this enables the technician to have more influence over the procedure, relying on their natural artistic abilities over a predetermined, stringent protocol.
– Perhaps one of the biggest benefits of working as a microblading specialist is the clientele. From friendly conversation to loyal clients, there is so much to love about the people that regularly get microblading.
If you are considering a career in aesthetics, come to Thrive Skin Institute to learn about the advantages of microblading training! Call us today to schedule a training course for microblading, or visit our clinic conveniently located at 1301 22nd Street, #102, Oak Brook, IL 60523. We train future beauty professionals from Oak Brook IL, Glen Ellyn IL, Lombard IL, Elmhurst IL, Hinsdale IL and now with our online courses you can learn with us from anywhere!