As eyebrow designers, we’re often asked for advice and beauty tips on keeping brows in excellent shape. We’re also asked if we ever offer training to share our expertise, and the answer is yes.
Microblading and permanent makeup is the fastest growing beauty career right now, both from consumers seeking a signature look but also from beauty professionals who want to offer a specialized service to their clientele.
Here at Brows & Co., we’re more than just a Brow Studio. We also offer classes teaching the art of microblading. If you’re interested in taking part in our classes, or want to know why you should add this technique to your resume, then read on.
Why should I learn how to microblade?
Microblading is a growing trend in the beauty world right now, adding a super-realistic enhanced tone to the eyebrow. As its semi-permanent, results can last as long as 18 months allowing customers to save time on getting ready and perfecting their look.
Many celebrities, such as Naomi Campbell, have used eyebrow sculpting which explains the growing popularity in the technique. If you’re a beauty professional that isn’t offering microblading then chances are you’re missing out – many of our graduates have gone on to earn up to $10k a month.
How easy is it to learn?
Our extensive courses usually run in three-day cohorts every month, giving you the experience and knowledge you need to thrive in a competitive industry.
Both our Master and Senior Brow Artists are on hand to not only teach you the skills of the trade using their own expertise but to also answer any questions and help you make a name for yourself.
Our small group classes offer personalized hands-on training, and include a full Scalpa Microblading Kit and manual.
At the end of the course, you will be awarded with a Scalpa Certificate - an accredited certification necessary to propel forward and show your clients you have the expertise to be trusted.
How to get started
Our classes are held in the Arundel Mills area at our microblading academy. You can register for classes online a few months before, so you have time to schedule it in and arrange for a model to attend on your third day of training.
To enroll, you will need to pay a deposit upfront to hold your seat. The remaining balance is due one week prior to the class.
Get in contact
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