Dallas microblading Shading Course

Dallas Shading Course

The Art Of Shading Unveiled

Please note:
We do not train microblading during this course it is a shading course only. Microblading knowledge is necessary to take this course.

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IN PERSON CERTIFICATION
December 5th and 6th
Sat – Sun | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

SHADING CERTIFICATION
December 7th, Monday
(One Day Course) 

Shading has gained a lot of popularity in the last three years. But why?

Shading can add density, coverage, darkness, drama, and add shape to a brow that has lost a lot of hair due to alopecia. Additionally, due to current fashion trends it will bring clients to a desired outcome that is more dramatic.

But what is shading?

Shading uses a nano machine to implement tiny pigment dots superficially under the skin. The more pigment dots implemented, the more color coverage over the brow. But why is this so fantastic? Because it gives a more crisp, precise groomed look to the brow.

Shading has a lot of buzz words causing confusion over to what it really is, and to the beginner artist, it can feel quite intimidating. BrowBeat Training and Certification looks to simplify shading styles and techniques to the student making it easy to understand and learn.

There’s a lot of interest in the industry about powder brows and ombré brows. The Art of Shading Unveiled covers all the shading styles one may use throughout their semi-permanent makeup career.

Dallas microblading Shading Course

What is so great about shading is that it can be implemented in any way the artist likes. Shading is layered, to create more colored density and pigment opaqueness or it can be dusted for a lighter and more subtle result. This art can be tailored to the clients desires and therefore is a versatile skill and a great use to alone or as an add on a service to microblading.

The Art Of Shading Unveiled creates a clear understanding to our students about the uses of shading. Shading in the semi-permanent makeup industry is becoming a necessity for artists to learn as it has quickly become a sought after skill.

Shading becomes a necessity when it comes to corrections and working over old tattoo, past microblading and past microblading and shading combinations. Is it is an excellent technique to blend old and new work and to adjust colors and make color corrections.

The Art Of Shading Unveiled is a one day course. Students taking this course will be required to practice to hone their skill after course completion. Like acquiring all new skills, the shading technique will need to be practiced to be developed.

During this course we teach shading styles, structure and techniques using silicone skins that best mimic human skin. We do not provide live models during this course as student must hone their skill first via practice

The Art Of Shading Schedule

Dallas Shading Course

Schedule Activity
7:45 – 8am Registration
8am – 9am The Art Of Shading Unveiled – Introduction
What is shading?
What are the uses of shading?
Understanding shading names and buzzwords
Education of shading tools in the kit
9am – 10:30am The Difference Between Microblading and Shading
Shading Vs Tattooing, what’s the difference?
Needle Vs Blade, why are they different?
Education on shading machines
Education on needle configurations
Skin types and shading technique
Shading and ethnic backgrounds
10:30am – 12pm Learning Shading Techniques
Putting tools together
Machine angle, speed and pressure
Sweeping, dusting and pick sweeping
Getting comfortable shading brow styles
Working on silicone skins
12pm – 12:30pm Lunch Provided
12:30pm – 2pm Shading Styles
Exercises, definition and technique – Ombré Brows
Exercises, definition and technique – Powder Brows
Exercises, definition and technique – Micro- Lower arch shading
Exercises, definition and technique – Micro – Lower line shading
Exercises, definition and technique – Micro – Tail shading
2:30pm – 3:30pm Why Clients Desire Shading
Managing clients expectations
Shading target audience
Shading and mature clients
Shading with light pigment colors
3:30pm – 4:30pm Using Shading For Corrections
Screening correction clients
Shading over old tattoo (PMU)
Shading over previous microblading
4:30pm – 5:30pm Learning About Inks
Primary color inks vs brown inks
Learning about heavy metals
Understanding the basics of how to choose color
Knowing your inks ingredients
Color quiz, choose the color for the client
5:30pm-6pm Mimosa Time!
Student mingling

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LEARN THE ART OF SHADING

  • Get more clients
  • Make microblading look more dense
  • Become a better artist
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BE A LEADER IN THE INDUSTRY

  • Have more skills than your competitors
  • Create more dramatic brows
  • Be more versatile
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FEEL MORE SECURE

  • Create more job security by being up with the semi-permanent makeup market
  • Take on corrective work
  • Grow your ability of pigment use

Dallas Shading Course:

The Art Of Shading Unveiled covers these shading techniques:

Powder Brows

(Deep Shading) A Powder brow brings depth and color consistency from the lower brow line to the top of the brow. As the shading reaches the top, color subsides creating a gradual fade out from bottom to top. The lower brow line is lined, creating a crisp definition between the shaded surface and the unshaded surface.

BrowBeat Microblading Certification - Powder Brow

Ombré Brows

(Deep Shading) Ombré brings depth and color consistency from the tail towards the front of the brow. As the shading reaches the front, color subsides creating a gradual fade out from tail to head. This is considered dark shading and the brow edges are lined, creating a crisp definition between the shaded surface and the unshaded surface.

BrowBeat Microblading Certification - Ombré Brows

Microblading and Ombré Shading

(Microblading and Deep Shading)
Micro – ombré combines both microblading and deep shading. The front of the brow is defined with strokes. Deep shading is used to define the tail of the brow with the shading gradually getting lighter towards the head of the brow. Ombré shading is dense and opaque and lines are sharp and crisp.

microblading and ombre shading
microblading and ombre shading

Microblading and Bottom Shading

(Microblading and Shading focused on the lower Line)
Micro – Bottom shading combines both microblading and deep shading from the lower brow line. Deep shading is used to define the lower brow line with shading gradually getting lighter towards the top of the brow.

Microblading and Bottom Shading
Microblading and Bottom Shading

Microblading and Tail Shading

(Half Microblading and Defined Tail Shading)
Half micro – tail shading combines both microblading and shading. Tail shading can be useful for added drama and definition. In addition, tail shading may be utilized for corrective purposes to merge heavy front eyebrow hair with blank hairless skin.

Microblading and Tail Shading
Microblading and Bottom Shading

Microblading and Soft Shading

(Microblading and Soft Shading)
Micro – soft shading combines both microblading and soft shading. Microblading is done over the entire brow. Shading is dusted carefully over the midsection to the tail and is left transparent. Shading outer lines are soft not crisp. This can be a great combo for a mature client.

Microblading and Soft Shading
Microblading and Soft Shading

Microblading and Tail Shading

(Microblading and Defined Dramatic Tail Shading)
Micro – tail shading combines both microblading and shading. Tail shading can be useful for added drama and definition. In addition, tail shading may be utilized for corrective purposes to merge heavy front eyebrow hair with blank hairless skin.

Microblading and Full Soft Shading
Microblading and Full Soft Shading

Microblading and Lower Arch Shading

(Microblading and Deep Shading Focused on the Lower Arch)
Micro – lower arch shading combines both microblading and subtle shading. Shading is used to define the lower arch of the brow with the shading gradually getting lighter towards the top of the brow. Lower arch shading is subtle and elegant.

Microblading and Lower Arch Shading
Microblading and Lower Arch Shading

SHADING KIT MINI $1199

Mechanical shading machine
1 pigment (ink) for practice
1R 3R 5R 5F 7F needles
Stand for shader
Cord covers
Grip tape
Silicone practice skins with shape
3 pencils, black, white and brown
Surgical marker
Razor for sharpening pencils
Pigment cups
Tweezers, scissors and brow razor
Wands
Micro swabs

SUPPORT DOCUMENTS
Shading Certification certificate
Digital practice templates
Application for tattoo license (Texas)
After care pack outline
Mixing color hacked
Sharps disposal locations (Texas)
What goes on a cart
Order of a treatment

SHADING KIT JUMBO $1450

Extra in Jumbo Kit
(Retail value over $450 students receive it for extra $249)
8 pigment colors
Numb patches
Numb solution
Numb cream

Mechanical shading machine
1 Pigment (ink) for practice
1R 3R 5R 5F 7F needles
Stand for shader
Cord covers
Grip tape
Silicone practice skins with shape
3 pencils, black, white and brown
Surgical marker
Razor for sharpening pencils
Pigment cups
Tweezers, scissors and brow razor
Wands
Micro swabs

SUPPORT DOCUMENTS
Shading Certification certificate
Digital practice templates
Application for tattoo license (Texas)
After care pack outline
Mixing color hacked
Sharps disposal locations (Texas)
What goes on a cart
Order of a treatment

Dallas Shading Course