Eyebrow Microblading and Manual Shading Training | Class at Hollywood Makeup School Los Angeles
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Eyebrow Microblading and Manual Shading



Microblading And Manual Shading Training $4,500 NOW ONLY $3,000



$1500 OFF of regular price. This class includes pre-class education and exercises, 3 days of class you must attend, and post-class education, exercises and support.  Students can re-take class if they want more training. 


Yes!! You’ll also learn the “manual shading” technique and the popular eyebrow “microblading” technique.  Normally, at $4500 (microblading class $3000 and manual shading $1500).  Now, only $3,000. You basically get a free manual shading class for free!  And you will also receive a complete kit that you can start working with.  Welcome to the world of perfect eyebrows. 


Through the use of both techniques, you will be able to satisfy all types of clients that will be walking in to your store. You will be able to just “fill in” the gaps, create a whole new set of natural looking brows AND also able to create that full intense brow look that some of us love.  Let us explain to you more in details.   


  1. By using the manual shading technique alone, you can create a very soft natural looking result by filling in under or between your client’s existing brow hair. This is great for those who have a good amount of brow hair already but want to be in better shape, more even, a little fuller. 
  2. By using the microblading technique alone, you can create a natural looking result for clients who have very little to no brow hair.
  3. By using the combination of both techniques, you can create a fuller or bolder looking eyebrows.


(Want to know what microblading really is? Scroll down to the bottom of this page to find out more!)


Our microblading and manual shading trainings here provides you the skills to create beautiful looking results all of your clients will love. And if that’s not rewarding enough, your earning potential is endless.  A microblading technician can make from $5000 to $30,000 a month.   


Let’s break it down. An average microblading session takes about two hours and will cost your client anywhere from $450 to $800 – money they are more than willing to pay to look more beautiful. That means $225 to $400 per hour, less the cost of supplies. And, supplies really aren’t that expensive – only $25.00 per treatment. As a trained microblading technician, you can perform this procedure for two clients per day. That’s only four whole hours of your time per day. When it’s all said and done, the money you get to keep equals $200 per hour or more.


No experience is necessary to learn this amazing new technique. The courses will teach you everything you need to know to get started.  This opportunity is perfect for anyone. If you are already an experienced beautician, permanent makeup artist, tattoo artist or just a makeup artist, this is one more fabulous tool to add to your tool box.


Here’s what you will be learning in details:

After enrollment—before attending the actual class

  • Pre-class work: Practice drawing brow shape and patterns (online video instructions)
  • Creating perfect brow shape
  • Creating/Adding strokes into brow shape
  • Students must submit pre-class assignment before class start
  • Students must complete online Blood borne Pathogens test www.yourtrainingplace.com (Cost not covered by this program.)


Day One

11:00 AM – 11:30 AM 

  • Registration

11:30 AM – 1:00 PM 

  • Introduction to microblading
  • Get to know products in your kit
  • How to create perfect hair-like strokes
  • Synthetic skin demo by instructor
  • Synthetic skin practice 

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 

  • Lunch

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM 

  • Synthetic skin practice continues 

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

  • Eyebrows designs for different face shape
  • How to draw perfect eyebrows shape according to the customer’s features and desires
  • Brow shaping: the 6 Points Technique/Brow Patterns
  • Hair stroke placement
  • Hand positioning technique

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM 

  • Practice creating perfect eyebrow shapes on real person (between classmates)

Homework: Draw brow shapes on practice skin


Day Two

11:00 AM -1:00 PM 

  • Understanding different microblading & manual shading tool
  • Undertake a range of microblading techniques to meet client expectations and needs
  • Pigments and color mixing (Biotech)
  • Color correction
  • Color removal

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 

  • Lunch

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 

  • Manual shading training
  • 2 types of manual shading technique

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

  • Skin Anatomy
  • Skin conditions
  • Skin types 
  • How to prevent infections
  • Factors creating scars
  • Color retention factors
  • Common mistake in microblading (Do’s & Dont’s)
  • Aftercare: The healing process
  • Touch up session
  • Post Care
  • Discuss short-term and long-term aftercare with clients
  • Medical conditions
  • Client screening
  • Blood borne Pathogens www.yourtrainingplace.com
  • How to promote Business

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM 

  • Practice creating strokes on doll head


Day Three

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM 

  • Consultation with client
  • The consent forms and liability release documents that your clients need to sign
  • How to prepare treatment room/work space correctly
  • Sanitation
  • Complete treatments observing health and safety
  • How to ensure all client expectations and needs are met including client health and safety
  • How to ensure that treatment room and equipment meets health and safety regulations

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM


1:00 PM – 7:00 PM 

  • Practice on Live Models


The profession microblading kit that you will receive includes:

  • Practice skins – 3 sheets
  • Microblading and manual shading pigments – 4 colors
  • Manual shading blades – 10 of double row blades
  • Microblading blades – 10 of U blades
  • Microblading and manual shading pens – 2 set
  • Ink cups
  • Measuring brow guide ruler
  • Drawing brow pencil
  • Microfiber brushes



March 1 – 3 @ 11am – 7pm 
April 5 – 7 @ 11am – 7pm 
May 3 – 5 @ 11am – 7pm
June 28 – 30 @ 11am – 7pm 




What is microblading? 


Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure whereby hair-like incision strokes are created along the eyebrow to attempt to either enhance, reshape or create a natural looking appearance on the brows. The procedure entails the use of a nano-blade, which is dipped into a pigment that has been matched to natural hair color and skin tone and is then glided along a sketched outline of the brow that has been drawn on and scrutinized beforehand. Whilst only penetrating into the upper skin, the pigment is deposited simultaneously with the creation of the hair-like stroke leaving a feathered outline.


Also known by a variety of names such as embroidery, micro-stroking, feather touch and hair-like strokes, it is a form of semi-permanent makeup that provides a means to partially or fully camouflage missing eyebrow hair with the appearance of simulated hair using fine deposits of cosmetic tattoo pigments. Over time the strokes can blur and fade and will need to be refreshed.


This technique is a process that may be used to improve or create eyebrow definition, to cover gaps of lost hair, to extend the eyebrows, or may be used as a full reconstruction if the brows have little/no hair. Each microblading stroke is applied individually, allowing the technician to control the shape, color and density of the completed eyebrows.


The treatment begins with mapping the desired shape by taking measurements that are unique to each individual, then using individual tattoo strokes or ‘feathers’ in the area to complete the shape and style requested. The color choice is patient-specific and is mixed using a natural selection of micro-pigments to complement hair color and skin tone to give the best look


When done by a properly trained artist, Microblading is performed by placing pigment or ink in the dermis with the use of a hand tool with attached needles fused together in a curvilinear grouping. The same look can be achieved using a traditional permanent makeup machine though this technique is called Hairstroke, not microblading. Exactly the same as brow treatments using a machine, the microblading technique involves drawing individual, crisp hair strokes that can be very natural looking. The needles used come in a variety of diameters so that the thickness of each individual hair stroke can be customized to each client depending on the width of their natural hairs as to make the microblading process look more natural.


Microblading is a form of cosmetic tattooing. Technicians usually use topical anesthetics to limit discomfort and consequently like all forms of cosmetic tattooing if performed correctly the procedure causes minimal discomfort.


Microblading is a tattoo. Pigment is deposited into the dermis (not into the epidermis as so many techs are claiming. Were it placed in the epidermis it would slough off within 30–90 days, depending on age, as the epidermis continuously renews itself) so as to make the pigment last. The tattoo, as all other tattoos, can fade depending on multiple factors (quality of pigment/ink used, UV exposure, use of acids in skincare products, medications) but will never disappear completely. Tattooing is permanent, whether it is on the body or face. It is crucial to do your research on the experience and education level of the artist before having any work done.


Immediately post treatment, eyebrows will appear darker than expected, but will fade during the healing process over the following 4 weeks. The treatment is typically a 2 step application process:

  • The initial appointment includes consultation and initial application.
  • The second appointment a minimum of 4 weeks later is to refine the strokes and fine-tune color. The 2nd application ensures that the micro-pigments are healing properly and responding well.


Microblading, although often marketed as semi-permanent, is permanent just like any other tattoo on the body. Periodic Color Boosts will be required to keep the color fresh.