Microblading - Is it hard to become an eyebrow artist?
Is it worth?....
Instead of pencilling brows for hours everyday, and sometimes just ending up with a completely wrong shape, many people would choose to spend 2-3 hours having their brows microbladed and be confident in 18 months. Microblading is a technique that compensates very well to the brow's imperfection in the way it mimics the brow natural hairs by implanting featherweight strokes into the epidermis layer of the skin. Fake strokes created using organic medical grade pigments of prestigious brands, one of which is the world-known Phibrows Supe pigment of PhiAcademy, seem to be the healthiest solution to featherless eyebrows. Microblading is not the only remedy for those who long for a fuller pair of brows, powder looked cosmetic tattoo is another solution. However, it creates a way more natural look of brows and yet it requires more delicate workmanship of skilled technicians to obtain the super fine strokes that follow natural hair direction.
It is the reason why most customer come back for the annual touchup to keep that aesthetic look because it fades out in around one and a haft year and people who were pleased with their feather-touched eyebrows don't ever want to have a face without a perfect frame again. So yes, technically, happy customers come back!
Is it hard?...
People say microblading is brow art, yes it is. It is also brow architecture. Unlike other cosmetic tattoo methods using machine to implant pigment, to micro-blade brows, a handheld blade is used flexibly and precisely like a pen, generating more room for creativity just like drawing calligraphy with this little tool.
The good news is there are such things like certain formulas, recipes and steps to stick with in every stage of eyebrow microblading from drawing symmetric eyebrow shape to placing artistic hair-like strokes that blend in client's brows. Branko Babic, the founder of Phi Academy, created a premium tool based on the golden ratio (Phi 1.618) to help measure and indicate the brows' main indicators such as the head, the tail, the arch, the length, the thickness, etc to form a perfect pair. According to Branko, everyone can learn to do skilled work if it is divided into small parts and each part is taught separately (PhiAcademy). The proportion of following the formula and creativity is inevitably 90-10, however, that 10% can decide whether your work is just good or amazing.
Remember there's no shortcut and there's no beauty talent born in one night. Beside a good teacher and a correct teaching method, practicing hard is element. Time and effort learners spend on practicing are particular factors that decide how far they can go. At least, now you know that you can learn to be an eyebrow artist, as long as you have your determination, it is not too difficult to get to learn those 90% of microblading brows. Still doubt? Let's have a look at some works of the students in their second day of the Phibrows Workshop Training Course for beginner of Master Judy Nguyen. These are their first time with microblading, their first strokes and their first models.
They come from different backgrounds but I'm sure they have found the same career direction in eyebrow microblading from now on.
Available Training Courses by
Master Judy Nguyen
Wellington - Auckland - Christchurch
(All come with online support after the course)
Phibrows Workshop Training Course - 2 days
Powder Brow Basic Training Course - 2 days
Powder Brow Advanced Training Course - 1 day
Ombre Eyeliner & Tinted Lip Training Course - 2 days
For more information, please contact:
New Zealand: Heides Nguyen
Viber or Mobile: +64 221 308020
Australia: Vani Hoang
Viber or Mobile: +61 435 207 523