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Microblading Brow Training

2 Days 1:1 Training

Training: Private Costs


Microblading is a form of semi-permanent makeup that involves using a manual hand-held tool to create hair-like strokes on the eyebrows to enhance their shape, color, and overall appearance. Our microblading course is designed to provide individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to become a professional microblading artist.

*A $250 deposit is required to reserve your seat. Policy: Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable to another class or service. The remaining balance is due on the day of training.

**The Microblading Brow Training is a 2-day training class that takes place on Sunday & Monday. Please let us know your preferred date and we’ll confirm with you shortly.

Meet Your Trainer

Hello! I’m Kathy.

My name is Katiria, most people call me Kathy. I have been in this industry for a little over 2 years. Although this industry is relatively new, I am constantly learning something new everyday. I have always had an interest in brows as I have spent countless hours filling in mine. I needed a career change after 20+ years in Finance so I decided to invest in myself. I started researching a smudge-free technique and stumbled across Microblading. After a few years of research I decided to invest in myself and go to one of the best schools in New Jersey Jhon Jhon institute. After completing my fundamental training I was now able to help my clientele look and feel great with the application of permanent cosmetics. Of course, there have been some struggles along the way. Mastering techniques, learning about the different skin types, and how pigment behaves differently in those different skin types are only a few of the struggles many new techs need to overcome. From there I just kept working hard, practicing, and learning all I could from my wonderful professors. I will continue my education so I can provide individuals with excellent results.

What's Included

Anatomy and physiology of the skin

Understanding skin layers, types, and how they relate to the procedure.

Skin diseases and disorders

Identification of skin conditions that may affect the procedure or be contraindicated.

Hygiene and sterilization

Proper hygiene and sterilization techniques to prevent infections and cross-contamination.

Color theory and pigment selection

Understanding color theory and selecting the appropriate pigments to achieve the desired results.

Eyebrow shaping

Techniques for mapping and shaping eyebrows to achieve symmetry and balance.

Microblading techniques

Hands-on training including use of tools, pigment application, and proper strokes.


Proper aftercare instructions and advice for maintaining the results of the procedure.

Common mistakes and troubleshooting

Identifying common mistakes during the procedure and troubleshooting to correct them.

Legal and insurance considerations

Understanding legal and insurance requirements for performing the procedure, including consent forms and liability insurance.

Business and marketing strategies

Tips for starting and growing a successful Microblading Brow business, including marketing, pricing, and client management.