Art of Beauty Academy gives you the chance to experience what microblading feels like and how it can improve the look of your eyebrows. Becoming a live model at one of our microblading trainings is the perfect opportunity to try it out and see how it works. If you are unsure, or you haven’t yet decided if this beauty treatment is for you, we highly recommend you register to become a live model.
As a live model at one of our trainings, you will be treated with basic stroke patterns and a natural finishing. Despite being a simple procedure, it has the ability to bring out the beauty of your eyebrows. Advanced strokes aren’t performed during this session, while it may include a touch up depending on the instructor in your area.
During the training, a PhiBrows Royal Artist or Master Artist will be performing most of the microblading techniques. They will be responsible for marking out the shape of your eyebrows, and doing the first pass. A first pass is the initial phase of microblading, when precise strokes are used to set the shape and pattern of the eyebrow.
The next phase (second pass) of the procedure will be performed by a student attending the microblading training. At all times, they will receive instructions and watched closely by the instructor or a certified assistant. This method has been tried and tested, and ensures each model receives a quality treatment.
In order to register to become a live microblading model you will be required to pay a registration fee of $20 that reserves your slot as a model at the training. There are two slots available for models during the class: one at 9:30 AM; and another at 1:30 PM. The slots are assigned according to time of your arrival to the training location.
After you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a detailed guide of what comes next. This guide will include instructions about pre-care and post-care you will need to follow, as well as details about the date, time and location where the training is being held. In case you have any questions before the training, feel free to contact us.
On the day of training, we recommend you clear your schedule. This is an educational event and will require your full cooperation. This ensures the instructor and trainees have enough time to discuss every aspect of the microblading procedure in detail. The procedure usually lasts 2-3 hours, but it can be completed quicker depending on your helpfulness and the speed of the trainee.
We will be more than happy to answer any and all questions you might have regarding the microblading procedure, the pre-care and aftercare you will need to do, or provide further details about the day of the training.
Thank you for registering to become a live microblading model, and helping the next generation of microblading artists gain the necessary experience to develop and improve their skills.