Posted November 15, 2021 by Ayonga
“Microblading has totally changed how I view beauty, since I got my brows microbladed I spend less time in front of the mirror and I am free to swim, workout , dance without worrying about messing my eyebrows” – Ivy. All microblading artists want such feedback from their clients, here are three tips that will help you grow as a microblading artist
The more you practice the better you become as an artist. You can practice on pen and paper, fake skin or even by offering your close friends and family members discounted services. “Through practice, gently and gradually we can collect ourselves and learn how to be more fully with what we do” – Jack Kornfield
The products you use will affect the outcome of your work as an artist. Always use products recommended by your trainer or certified products. Your tools should also be good quality and sterilized to prevent infections.
Give your client all necessary information on microblading aftercare and what they should/might experience after the procedure. Go the extra mike and check up on your clients, make sure that they are taking good care of their new brows and schedule routine touch ups to correct any issue.
Bonus tip, customer care is very important and the only way you can get feedback from your clients is by talking to them. All the best with your microblading business.