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4 Day All About Eyes - Microblade Brows & LashPMU

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Day 1


  • Introduction to Microblading 

  • Revision of online and home learning

  • Health & Safety - Infection Control

  • Review of Structure of the Skin

  • Contraindications & Consultation

  • Your Professional Kit Breakdown

  • Needles and Techniques

  • Softap Colour Theory

  • Softap Colour Selection

  • Practical Technique & Practice

Day 2


  • Introduction to Microblading 

  • Assessment of Homework

  • Needles & Colours for Eyeliner

  • Stretch techniques

  • Practical on Pads

  • Practical work and preparation for live lash model

  • Questions and Answers Session 


Day 3

  • Assessment of Homework

  • Needles & Colours for Brows

  • Stretch techniques

  • Practical on Pads

  • Practical Work on your own Model

  • Questions and Answers Session

  • Issue of practice pads and home practical practice in preparation for return assessments




Day 4 - Practical assessment day 2 weeks later
( Subject to satisfactory practice sheet submissions )

Entry Requirements

Facial Qualification/Level 2 NVQ Beauty Therapy (equal or above), Permanent Make Up Qualification or Medical Practitioner.



£2500 including UK VAT

A booking fee of £250 secures your place and you will receive your course pre-work

Important Information

All students must complete their online infection control training before arriving at the course. Students must attend on time both days as training cannot be delayed due to late arrival of individual students.


This is a condensed course and require that all mobiles are switched off and only used if students wish to film or take photographs of demonstrations.  During the training we respectfully ask that we stick to the training programme and that any questions are noted and saved until the end of training so that they can be addressed in an orderly fashion.  


Please be aware that Microblade is an art and a Semi-Permanent Make Up procedure in which we are breaking the clients skin to implant pigments and is a significant treatment. You may require a licence to operate from your Local Authority and will need your own insurance after the training. 


We suggest that you expect a minimum 4-6 weeks practice on artificial skins (2 included in student kit) and feedback 'models' before you would look towards booking professional clients.  Obviously this time is dependent on your skill, confidence and ability and will also time for you to apply for the relevant licence and insurance if you are not an existing PMU artist.


Case Studies

You will be required to complete 5 case studies to recieve your Certificate of Competence



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