Microblading is one of the many styles of semi-permanent makeup or cosmetic tattoos as some call it. With this method, we create fullness and shape of the eyebrows by applying pigment in the upper layers of the skin. The persistence of the pigment depends on the client’s skin type, their way of life and lasts for up to three years (with corrections). If the pigment is not re-applied, then it fades and leaves the skin without any negative consequences. Because the pigment is applied so close to the surface the hair strokes appear natural looking. This method is ideal for anyone who is trying to enhance their natural eyebrows or has lost eyebrow hair due to plucking or diseases (alopecia, trigonometric or any other condition that causes hair loss). Especially people who lose their eyebrow hair, as a result of disease, benefit greatly from microblading. The pigments used in this method are color-matched to client’s original eyebrow color. If the eyebrows are still present, the same color is chosen to blend the corrections. The results are realistic, flawless, fuller-looking eyebrows.


There are many benefits to microblading, but the most important ones are:
Each stroke is manually drawn-in Use of very thin blades Natural looking results Longer lasting results Less invasive treatment Faster treatment (lasts a max. of 2 hours) Cheaper → Easy to learn (for students)


We often get asked if the treatment is painful, the experience, in the end, depends on the client. Those who are scared tend to feel more pain, whiles others compare it to plucking their eyebrows.
Of course, the specialist can use special numbing creams to ease the procedure and numb the area of skin where the treatment will take place.


The skin is healed and completely regenerated within a month after the first procedure, which is why we recommend first top-up after 4 to 6 weeks. More than one top-up may be required if the skin is very oily or problematic. Retention of the pigment depends on the client’s skin and way of life. Clients with oilier skin may need to refresh their eyebrows after less than a year, and some with drier skin may experience faded and less visible pigmentation after about 16 to 24 months after the first procedure.


The microblading artist applies the pigment manually into the surface of one of the upper layers of the skin. The pigment is chosen according to the natural color of the client’s eyebrows and hair. The artist can also mix a special shade if it is required. The pigment will at first appear much darker, but can fade up to 40% within a month after the treatment. The tools used are sterile, disposable and used brand new for each client. Corrections are usually recommended to be done a month after the procedure, as some strokes may get lost during the skin healing time. It is also recommended to the client to use special aftercare creams to avoid healing problems and to take care of the skin under the eyebrows.



 We aim to assure you that when you complete your training, you will leave with the specialist skills that guarantee you will feel confident to perform microblading procedure, reassured in your choice of the academyand with a qualification that is renowned and acknowledged by your future clients.


Rachel Williamson

Beginners Course
4th & 5th October


Charlotte Robinson

Beginners Course
6th & 7th October


Helen Blain

Beginners Course
7th & 8th October


Rachel Williamson

Beginners Course
11th & 12th October