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 […]
Practicing your microblading skills on paper is one of the most important things you can do in becoming a great artist. This video is a small sample lesson from 3D BROWS Online Training. At this point we just want you to get familiarized with practicing brows on paper. Like other art forms, some of the keys to greatness are practice and having a good mentor.
On this Tips &Tricks, 3D BROWS Founder Patty Willardsen simplifies and shows a visual demonstration why to use modifiers when microblading eyebrows on clients. Learn the formula for great healed results and how a client’s vascular system can change the desired pigment result.
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 brow that’s aesthetically pleasing to the eye. We want to enhance our clients’ best features!!!
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 per year to maintain beautiful, crisp natural-looking brows.
This is a step by step microblading tutorial to create a 3D brow with proper strokes and technique. This microblading tutorial includes helpful tips to create the most natural-looking brows. These teaching techniques apply to all forms of microblading and needle selections used.
I often get asked what it takes to make it in this industry, and honestly its GRIT!!! There is obviously a natural talent that some students have and they just get it from the get-go. However, there are plenty of students that have had to work a little bit harder. And after tons of hard work and perseverance, they have become some of the most successful technicians in the field.