13 Things Every Person Should Know Before Attending A Microblading Class

microblading course
To become a successful microblading artist, every person should do extensive research on the microblading training courses available. 

In this article, you will learn about 13 important steps you should know before attending a microblading class.  We will also provide tips for choosing the right training course and preparing for class.  Let's get started!

1.  Do you need a license to do microblading?

Yes, you do need a license to do microblading in most states. A microblading license is not given to you by a microblading school. Each state has different law and regulations regarding microblading license.

Microblading license is given by the US government and most likely the health department in most states. To be safe, you should check with your local Department of Health to see what the requirements are in your area. If your local health department doesn't regulate microblading, they will direct you to the correct authority.

To make sure your state requires microblading license or not, go to Google search engine, and type in the search box the term: “your county, state tattoo license” to obtain your health department contact information. You then call your local health department to ask about microblading license.

Another good thing is that in most states, microblading license is the same as a permanent makeup license. That means if you have microblading license, you can be able to do permanent makeup procedures also.

2.  Microblading Training and Certification: What is the difference?

What is the difference between microblading training and microblading certification?

Microblading training is the process of being trained to do microblading. At the end of the program when you complete the program and can successfully complete the procedure, producing quality works, you obtain your microblading certification.

When you are ready to open your microblading business, (most people rent a room in a salon), you then contact your county health department to do paperwork and obtain a license or permit to operate.

3.  How to get certified to do microblading?

The first step is to find a reputable microbalding course. There are many programs out there, so do your research and find the best course for you.

Once you have completed the training program, you will be officially certified microblading artist and ready to start offering this amazing service to your clients!

4.  What qualifications do you need to do a microblading course?

Any person over 18 can be able to do a microblading course.

While there are no formal requirements, it is important to have a steady hand and an eye for detail. You should also be comfortable working with small tools and dealing with small amounts of blood. 

Most importantly, you should be able to follow instructions carefully and adhere to safety protocols.

With these qualities, you'll be well on your way to becoming a professional.  As long as you have all the training, you can have a chance to open your business and become successful in the beauty industry.

Once you decide to take a microblading course, complete students' responsibilities to finish all of the microblading course work so you can graduate and obtain a certificate of completion to show your customers that you have been schooled and certified to offer the service.

5.  How much does microblading Course cost?

Microblading training course costs range from $2000 to $10,000. Each school has its own curriculum and fee.  

A microblading procedure ranges from $300 to $1000. You want to make sure you choose a good school that will provide you with the knowledge to do good quality work because you are going to work on someone’s face.

Jerry Smith said: “If you don’t think it is safe, it probably isn’t.”

There is something terribly wrong if the school fee is around $2000. The average cost of microblading services is $500.

Think about it, if the training is only $2000, what kind of microblading tools will be given to you? Are the tools even safe to perform on real people? Will the training provide you with enough knowledge and skill to do on real people?...

6.  How can I learn microblading?

Microblading course
You can start learning microblading by taking a microblading training course with an approved academy.

There's no need to have any prior qualifications to take a training course - just a strong interest in learning the art of eyebrow!

Your school will direct you on how to get bloodborne pathogens training. 

The course will teach you how to choose the right needles, create the perfect brow shape, and apply the pigment correctly.  You will also learn about aftercare and how to troubleshoot any problems that may arise. 

After completing the course, you will become a professional microblading artist and be able to start offering microblading services to your clients.

7.  How much does a beginner microblading cost?

A beginner microblading artist can charge around $350 per procedure. Once you get experience and become an expert artist, you can charge an average of $500 per procedure.

Keep in mind that you can make more doing touch-ups every 12 to 18 months. 

8.  Is microblading hard to learn?

Microblading is not hard to learn if you sign up with the correct microblading training course.

The technique may look like a simple beauty treatment, but it's actually a delicate art form. The process of using a fine needle to deposit pigment into the skin requires a steady hand and a keen eye.

In order to become a skilled microblade artist, it's important to have both dedication and formal training from a qualified and trusted microblading academy.

Beware of the microblading courses that only require you to attend 2 to 3 days without any prior or after training. It is hard to learn in such a short time.

9.  How long does microblading take to learn?

Microblading should take a couple of months to learn.

Microblading artists are required to have a steady hand and a great deal of precision. As such, it takes time and practice to learn how to do it correctly.

Taking a course or workshop from a qualified microblading academy and obtaining a qualified microblading certification is extremely important.

Even with professional training, it can take months to master the technique.  But once you've perfected your skills, you'll be able to create beautiful, flawless brows for your clients again and again.

10.  Is learning microblading worth it?

Yes, learning microblading is worth it.

Microblading is the hottest trend in the permanent makeup industry. The demand for this procedure has grown steadily in recent years, as more and more people are looking for ways to enhance their appearance.

While the initial investment in microblading training can be significant, the potential earnings are also very attractive.  With the right business-building skills and a little bit of marketing, you could easily build a successful microblading business.

It would absolutely change your life because you get to do artistic works, and make people beautiful and confident in their looks every day. This is an invaluable opportunity to help people with hair loss issues and increase their self-esteem.

Having a microblading career has big income potential. According to ZipRecruiter, An average microblading technician can make around $76,019 per year. 

microblading salary
You can be able to find microblading career opportunities from jobs sites such as Indeed.com, ZipRecruiter, and many other jobs sites.

In fact, a microblading career has one of the highest paying job in the beauty industry. Microblading technicians can also make higher than permanent cosmetics artists. A microblading artist can make $500 from an average procedure in around two hours.

11.  Is an online microblading course worth it?

An online microblading course is worth it if you already have some experience and only need to re-train on the foundations.

There are a few things to consider when making the decision. 

First, online courses can be more affordable than in-person courses, since you don't have to pay for travel or accommodation costs.  Second, online courses offer greater flexibility, allowing you to study at your own pace and on your own schedule.

However, if you are seriously considering doing professional microblading, hands-on training is preferable.

The best option is to attend a course that will teach you online first so you can become familiar with the technique then you will attend a hands-on seminar after that to work on models.  

12.  What You Should Know about Microblading Training For Beginners 

microblading course
Good microblading training for beginners should take longer than 2 to 3 days.  After all, you will be working on someone’s face so it is so important to nourish your microblading skill because you don’t want to be complained at or screw up someone’s face.

Microblading training for beginners should be carefully designed to cover all the foundations of color theory, how to fix old tattoos techniques, how to draw shapes evenly, microblading patterns for natural-looking brows, client consent forms, practice on paper, practice on latex, practice on models, lifetime support, doctor support for skin problems, techniques on different skin types, hands-on training, and many more...

The class should cover all the skills you need to become a professional microblading artist.  The best microblading training is the Phibrows Training.  You can find more info about this Phibrows training by clicking here.

13.  How to Choose the best microblading training?

"The safety of the people shall be the highest law.” Marcus Tullius Cicero

Step 1: Know your intention.

What is your intention? Do you want to become the best microblading artist possible to go fully in-depth or do you only want to know a little bit and only want to scratch the surface?

Step 2: Find microblading works that you like.

Find out which school the artist went to. Then look for works from other students from the same microblading academy.  

If all students produce works that are consistent and beautiful, then that school has a system that produces the best microblading artists.

Step 3: Do in-depth research on that Microblading Academy

Will you be trained on these important topics:
  •  Customers' and artists’ safety
  • ​Legal Consent Paperworks
  • ​Hygiene
  • How to Obtain a License Legally
  • ​How to Follow Laws and Regulations
  • ​Skin types and skin problems
  • Old Tattoo correcting techniques

Step 4: More deep-dive research

  •  What microblading kit that the school will provide?
  • ​Are all the tools provided are quality tools that you can use on a person’s face?
  • ​Where are all the microblading supplies made from which country? You want to have the best microblading tools for your customers.
  • ​How many customers can I do with the microblading tools provided?
  • ​Will you learn facial structure to draw eyebrows?
  • ​Will there be training on skin tones?
  • ​Will there be hands-on training?
  • ​Will live model be provided by the school? If yes, how many models?
  • ​Will consent forms be provided?
  • ​Do the hair strokes that you will learn to provide the most natural-looking eyebrows?
  • Will you be trained on how to do client consultation?​
  • Will there be training on marketing skills?
  • What is the student's responsibility?​
  • ​Will there be continued support after the live training course?
  • ​Will there be a certificate of completion?
  • ​How much practice is needed to complete the microblading course and receive certification?
  • ​Will the school require blood-borne pathogens and support you to get the certification?

Step 5:  Check the reviews
What did past students say about the class?

Wanting to make the perfect microblading brows that will last? 

Look no further! I have created this FREE training video to share practical techniques you can use to make beautiful, lasting microblading eyebrows.
This video will teach you the 5 most important steps to getting the best microblading results, even 1 year later.  Watch this video for FREE here.
Phibrows Masters Jocelyn & Danny
Danny Dang and Jocelyn Tran are one of the first Phibrows Masters in the US. They have a PhiAcademy training Phibrows Microblading, Phicontour Lips and Eyeliners, Powder Brows and various Phi Techniques to students all over United States. For over the years, they have been helping many students succeed and changing their lives with a career in microblading and permanent makeup.

In 2019, they got awarded the WORLD'S BEST PHIBROWS Master for having the most Phibrows Graduated and Successful Students.  They are dedicated to helping students achieve their dreams and goals to have a career they love while making the money that they can only dream about.
1515 E Shaw Ave.
Fresno, CA 93710

Office Phone Number:
(559) 391-7996

Marcus: 1-559-321-6349
Judy: 1-669-213-7625
Jocelyn: 1-559-391-7996
Main Office: 559-394-8342
USA MIcroblading-All Rights Reserved