Warning:

Everything you know about Microblading

is just

WRONG!

Microblading  is a painstaking procedure, with high market demand.

Every beauty therapist cringes when he or she hears a client who wants to go through this procedure.

These days- on the 21st century, through technology, we can actually define the word "Beauty".

A beautiful face, in a sense, is a face who has a perfect symmetry.

Now. every beauty therapist knows that the eyebrow section, in one’s face, is the most important area that has to be in a perfect balance, in shape, color and size, in relation to each other.

The eyebrow area- placed, not only as one of the most  looked at areas in a person's face, it acts as a bridge, which connects the two half of that face!

So, on one hand- The importance of the eyebrows makes every beauty therapist "shake in their pants", 'cause one tiny mistake can turn the most beautiful person look like "Shrek"!!!

On the other hand- The time spent, on each client can, easily, consume your working hours and fill your appointment calendar with little profit made.

One solution to approach this, is to stop providing this kind of service. After all, Microblading is only one facet of a whole skill set, which defines the beauty therapist.

The consequences, by this action, may result in losing existing clientele and potential clients, as well.

Another solution is to rent a spot, in the clinic, to another  beauty therapist, usually, to a "Newbie" therapists who just started their way in this business, to take the load of microblading off of you but, every veteran beauty therapist will tell you, either by experiencing it personally or by doing it them self to others and knows that the risk of hiring a novice beauty therapist, in your clinic, is getting, potentially, clients stolen from you, at one point.

It's business and it happens!  not ethical...most likely but we all know that this business is a Cutthroat business, no less than high risk, hedge fund manager, in Wall Street!!!

If either one of these solutions ARE NOT suitable for you, then keep on reading because you are in the right place!

In order to find the right solution to any problem, we need to know what they are and acknowledge them, first.

So...What are the problems we face when we Microblade?

Getting tired of needing to have a "Tattoo artist" skills, for perfect microblading technique.

Bleeding out potential money, by losing time on long microblading treatments.

Wishing that microblading will be a "Copy Paste" type of process.

The fear of Asymmetry, in your microblading's, end result, between your client's eyebrows.

Finding safe and reliable  materials to work with.

Trust Me

You are not alone in this and it is time to do something about it!

Every beauty therapist knows what Microblading is.

Microblading takes a lot from the therapist, in order to get a perfect, desired results.

The amount of time invested in the process itself, the amount of skill required with a very small window for mistakes can make, even the most professional, beauty therapist go crazy! 

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