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Microblading Hair pattern practice

Practicing your microblading skills on paper is one of the most important things you can do in becoming a great artist. ​  Good hand-eye coordination and building muscle memory of drawing hair-strokes (correctly) on paper will make your actual hair-strokes on clients much easier. During our Microblading Fundamentals Training we teach new students the basic […]

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Microblading healed results tip tricks

How to create thin & crisp microblading healed results using 3D Brows Practice Molds.

In this Microblading Tips & Tricks, 3D Brows founder Patty Willardsen explains how to curve hair-strokes using both U-Shape & Flex needles. In this 5-minute tutorial, you will learn how to hold your hand tool while rolling your fingers to create curved hair strokes and the importance of not slanting your needles into the skin. […]

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Eyeliner tips

Our Latest Permanent Eyeliner Masterpiece

We are so excited about the results of this client’s permanent eyeliner tattoo. No more worrying about trying to achieve the perfect eyeliner every day — we’ve done it for you! Not only is permanent eyeliner a maintenance-free makeup solution, but it’s also maintenance-free for years to come. In the first session of the permanent […]

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Microblading before after older client

A Utah Microblading Success Story

Today a new client came in full of confidence about having us microblade her eyebrows. Some of our new clients come in with trepidation, fearful of pain (we pride ourselves are making your microblading experience pain-free) and of the outcome. This Utah-based microblading client, however, had done her homework. Prior to her appointment, she went […]

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Eyebrow machine shading tips

Eyebrow color correction & shading with tattoo machines

In Microblading/ Permanent Makeup technicians can achieve similar results using completely different tools and techniques. The healed result we want can either be achieved by doing the “manual method” or “machine method” and in some cases combining both methods. Each tool has its unique advantages and which technique you use really comes down to personal […]

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Microblading depth tips

Microblading Depth & Stroke Placement

Join 3D Brows founder Patty Willardsen as she prepares a new student to start microblading on her own, during one of our Microblading Fundamentals 5-day Hands on training courses.   When learning new things it’s always a good idea to see things from a 3rd party point of view.  This video part one will certainly […]

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Microblading needle selection tips

Microblading Needle Selection

3D Brows founder Patty Willardsen explains how to choose the correct needle or needles for your Microblding clients. Choosing the correct needle for your clients can have a big impact on the healed results.   We only promote and sell products and supplies that we ourselves use on a day-to-day basis. Click below to watch […]

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Eyebrow shading undertones

Skin Undertones & Modifiers

Microbladers, are your healed results coming back ashy or not the color you intended? On this Tips & Tricks, 3D BROWS Founder Patty Willardsen simplifies and shows visual demonstration of why use modifiers when microblading eyebrows on clients. Learn how a client’s vascular system can change the desired pigment result and the formula for great […]

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Eyebrow mapping

Brow Mapping

Brow Mapping Esthetics – Part 1 One of the most important parts of Microblading on clients is Brow Mapping! Learn to follow the natural features of your client’s face in building the framework to natural-looking brows. By using the 5 reference points as a guide in brow mapping, it will allow you to build a […]

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Microblading touchups practice

Microblading Touch-Up Demonstration Video & Practice Lesson

Microblading Touch-ups – Part 1 Microblading Touch-ups are a crucial part of getting crisp healed results.  It’s not uncommon to lose about 30% of the hair strokes placed from the initial appointment.   We recommend clients come in for their 1st touch-up six weeks after their initial procedure. After that, touch-ups are required to come in once […]

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