How much is a Microblading course?

How much is a Microblading course?

Microblading courses from a reputable accredited school will start from around £1,500 going upwards of £3,000.

What you need to know about Microblading

If there is one thing that many of us like to take proper care of, it is our eyebrows. Not only are our eyebrows something that everyone will see on a daily basis, but they are also a feature that makes a huge difference to your face.

Having neat eyebrows can give your confidence a boost, it can make you feel great. However, the truth about eyebrows is that they can be hard to look after and keep on top of.

This is why many people are looking for the best ways to take care of their eyebrows and keep them on fleek. One of the most popular procedures and treatments out there at the moment is microblading.

But, what is microblading and why is it so popular?

What is microblading?

Whilst many people seek out treatments that are designed to pluck and wax away at their eyebrows, there are just as many people who have already spent far too long removing hairs from their face. This is especially true for those who have lived through the 90s and early 00’ whereby the trend was to have truly thin and minimal brows.

Over time, the punishing plucking regime can take its toll on even the bushiest of brows, leaving you with barely anything there to work with.

Some people simply pencil in their brows on a daily basis, however, there are also those that are looking for something a little more permanent. Which is where microblading comes in.

Microblading is essentially eyebrow design. It is working with the shape of your face to create the eyebrow that is the ideal shape for you. Every client is different and every client has a different approach.

In order to create the eyebrows, there is a process to follow. The tool is much like a pen and the nib is a sloped blade that comes with between 10 and 12 needles on the end. These needles don’t actually penetrate the skin, but they scratch the surface gently, implanting fine strokes of colour onto the outer layers of the skin.

Why do so many people love it?

The great thing about microblading is that it is semi-permanent and that means that you don’t have to worry about drawing on your brows every single day. Not only this, but the treatment is designed to look as natural as possible.

Whilst the “hairs” may have been drawn on (much like a tattoo) the thing to keep in mind is that they are realistic, they are fine and they are entirely natural looking too.

I have heard about Korean nanoblading, what is that?

It comes as no surprise that microblading has developed and changed over time and one popular type is Korean nanoblading.

Whilst this works much like the standard approach of microblading, as the name suggests, nanoblading relies on a much smaller, ultra sharp needle collection. These needles have dimensions and diameters which actually match natural hairs. Which means that even on really up close inspection, the work of the technician is going to be hard to spot.

Make sure that you have the best eyebrows possible with this amazing and effective technique.

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