Creating hair-like strokes with a hand-held tool.
Microblading has taken the aesthetic industry by storm. Microblading, a form of permanent makeup, is known for the hand-held method of tattooing hair-like strokes into the eyebrows.
ROI of Microblading
While you should not pursue microblading just because of the return on investment, it is a highly lucrative service to offer.
For instance, the materials needed for each service can cost anywhere from $10-$20 per treatment. Most technicians charge anywhere from $300 to $600 per treatment.
Most appointments take anywhere from 1.5 to 2 hours.
Before and After
Who Is A Good Candidate?
Generally speaking, many people are good candidates for microblading, as long as they are healthy individuals. It appeals to both males and females because it is a highly customizable treatment that offers a low maintenance option for those looking to enhance their brows.
Some people may not be candidates if they have: a history of keloid scarring, a compromised immune systems, allergies to ink ingredients, etc.
How To Get Started
The first step to getting started with microblading is to research the local city and town where you plan to practice. We recommend reaching out to the board of health to have a conversation about your goals, what documents they need from you, and any other recommendations they have for you on licensure. Every city and town is unique in how they approach microblading, but it is considered a form of tattooing.
Next, we recommend taking an educational course, such as Love Beauty Microblading. It is important that the course offers both theory and practical hands-on experience. Beware of pop-up trainings where the trainer flies in and out of a city for a select number of days. You’ll want to ensure you can have a point of contact and a resource in case you have questions following the course.