microblading

Course OVERVIEW

Microblading, also referred to as Micro strokes, diamond blading or eyebrow embroidery is a type of semi-permanent makeup technique applied without using a machine. Instead of a machine a hand- held tool, similar to a pencil is used that replaceable, disposable blades comprised of many small needles are attached. The blade is up to three times thinner than some of the thinner needle choices for permanent makeup. The hand-held tool is not electric, and the hair strokes are drawn in by hand in the same way as we would use a pencil.

The first Microblading techniques appeared in Asia many years ago. The techniques have since improved over time as increasingly thinner needles were used. More realistic hair stroke methods were developed over time creating 3D & 6D realism hair strokes that framed the face.

Microblading is a fairly easy technique to do however the skill is to develop an eye for creating a natural hair stroke for each individual client and learning where and what direction to place the hairs.




COURSE DURATION

2 Days

COMPONENTS

HISTORY OF MICROBLADING HEALTH & SAFETY AT WORK 

ACT 4 WORKPLACE (HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE) REGULATIONS 1992 

 MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK REGULATIONS 1999 

 DATA PROTECTION ACT 

 HOW TO DO A RISK ASSESSMENT 

 PREVENTING LEGIONELLA 

 CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH REGULATIONS 2002 (COSHH) 

 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR HYGIENE IN BEAUTY SALONS 

THE APPEARANCE OF THE THERAPIST 

STERILISATION AND DISINFECTING

THE MANUAL HANDLING OPERATIONS REGULATIONS 1992

ERGONOMICS 

THE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AT WORK REGULATIONS 

THE PROVISIONS AND USE OF WORK EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS 1998 

THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 1990 

SAFE DISPOSAL OF SHARPS

TATTOO REGULATIONS ACT 

W.E.E.E. REGULATIONS 2006 

THE REGULATORY REFORM (FIRE SAFETY) ORDER 2005 

THE REPORTING OF INJURIES, DISEASES AND DANGEROUS OCCURRENCES REGULATIONS 

HEALTH & SAFETY (FIRST AID) REGULATIONS 1981

 PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS LIABILITY INSURANCE 

ELECTRICITY AT WORK REGULATIONS 1989 

THE LOCAL AUTHORITY LICENCING APPLICATION

 EFFECTIVE CLEANING 

TYPES OF CLEANING AGENTS 

 BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS 

GLOVES 

HAND WASHING TECHNIQUES 

BLOOD BORNE AND BODY FLUID EXPOSURE POLICY 

OTHER REGULATIONS 

REASONS CLIENTS MAY HAVE SPMU 

CLIENT SATISFACTION 

EQUIPMENT YOU MAY NEED 

SEMI-PERMANENT MAKE-UP CONSULTATION FORM 

TOPICAL ANAESTHETIC FORM 

 PRE-PROCEDURE ADVICE 

 PERMANENT COSMETICS AFTERCARE

 PATCH TESTING 

 CONTRA-INDICATIONS 

CONTRA-ACTIONS 

 ANATOMY 

 SKIN TYPE 

 WOUND HEALING 

 LYMPHATIC SYSTEM 

 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 

 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 

EYEBROW SYMMETRY 

PIGMENTS 

COLOUR THEORY 

COLOUR CORRECTION/REMOVAL 

TROUBLE SHOOTING 

SKIN TONES 

SKIN UNDERTONE TEST 

COLOUR CHANGES 

NEEDLE CONFIGURATIONS

NEEDLE DEPTHS 

MICROBLADING TOOL

ANAESTHETICS 

 MICROBLADING INFORMATION 

WORKSHEETS 

PRACTICAL

LIVE MODELS

CLIENT CONSULTATION

HYGIENE, SHARPS DISPOSAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS

INJECTION TECHNIQUES

COURSE REQUIREMENTS