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Dallas Microblading 1 On 1 Class Training

  • Student microblading and ombré powder brow kit. (Enough to provide up to 40 treatments)
  • 3 or 4 Day in person training and certification. (Optional 4th day)
  • 24/7 6 – month student portal video tutorial access
  • 24/7 6 – month Access to support documents
  • 100 practice skins

Dallas Microblading 1 On 1 Class Training

One-on-One Microblading & ombré Powder Brow 4 – Certification

  • Do you learn visually and feel like you require more personal attention?
  • Are you wanting to streamline your microblading and ombré powder brow certification by having the certification dates to your own schedule?

One-on-one training gives students who have limited schedules or quite simply need more focus and attention from their expert trainer more flexibility. Students wishing to book a one-on-one 4-day certification can make their own dates subject to trainer availability.

Microblading treatments range from $500-$800. You could have your certification paid off in only five clients!

Open the door to your future


Microblading Certification Day 1 & 2

The explosion in the microblading industry has been astounding for the simple reason that eyebrows are important. But why are eyebrows so important?

Eyebrows make up a large part of our expression. Our eyebrows help us articulate our mood without speaking, when we are happy, when we are sad or even when we are thinking. So, the loss of one’s eyebrows can be a blow to self-esteem, making us feel like we have lost some part of ourselves, making us feel incomplete. The feeling of feeling incomplete is powerful and thus can trickle into our self-worth. We are bombarded by images of beautiful women through advertising the moment we wake up. Few people speak of the truth of what is underneath these attractive images of made-up eyebrows. The truth that lies beneath is that we have alopecia, some of us are cancer patients or have trichotillomania. Others of us have been self-saboteurs for several decades leaving us with almost nothing to call an eyebrow. A great microblading experience can create the façade of a complete eyebrow. Microblading hairstrokes in the skin can mimic real eyebrow hair creating faux eyebrows with a realistic appearance. A nano microblade is used to implement ink into the epidermis, the superficial layers of skin. These microbladed brows will last 6 – 18 months depending on variables like sun exposure, age, and skin type.

About The Days

Day one of the Microblading and Ombré Powder Brow Certification is dedicated to learning the eyebrow reference points 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and understanding the six parts of the microblading hairstroke pattern. These six parts of the microblading stroke pattern are taught to the student in easy – to – understand sections. After each section is understood and practiced, the entire stroke pattern is practiced meticulously throughout the afternoon.

Mapping the brow shape on the client is an integral part to getting a treatment to begin. This mapping structure is taught to the student step by step in the morning of day two. This go to structure works on all clients and for the student it is an important confidence builder. Toward the afternoon of day two students are taught about microblading precision and depth, working over past permanent makeup, color theory and skin types. As day two closes, a microblading certification exam takes place identifying that the learning has taken place in the previous two days.

Throughout the day, the trainer gives the student one – on – one student constant guidance and attention. The one – on – one attention helps fix immediate problems with hand placement and blade precision. These small but big immediate corrections can set the student on a structured future path.

What You Get

An extensive microblading kit is provided during course proceedings. This is enough to do up to 40 clients when it becomes time to provide the microblading and ombré powder brow  services. The kit has the following tools:


  • BrowBeat Microblading and Shading Pigments
  • (Blonde 1, Blonde 2, Brown 1, Brown 2 Brown 3, Brown 4, Red and Black)
  • An assortment of microblading blades
  • Microblading handles
  • Measuring calipers
  • Mirror
  • Tweezers and scissors
  • Ring cups
  • Grip tape
  • Soft pencils and razor for sharpening
  • Surgical marker
  • Wrench shaped ruler
  • blank silicone practice skins
  • Brow shape silicone practice skins
  • Head only silicone practice skins
  • BrowBeat Certification Folder with the following inserts:
  • Brow Shape exercise 1, 2and 3
  • Equipment and tools list to run a microblading studio
  • Recommended lidocaine products
  • Client consent forms
  • BrowBeat Products order sheet
  • Tattoo license application (Texas)


  • 5 speed wireless machine for ombré powder brows
  • Stand for machine
  • Box of 1R needle cartridges
  • Box of 3R needle cartridges
  • Box of 5R needles cartridges
  • Box of 5F needle cartridges
  • Box of 7F needles cartridges
  • Silicone practice sheets for ombré powder brows
  • Blank silicone practice sheets for pixilation practices
  • Brow shape headbands for exercises
  • ombré powder brow and combo brow paper exercises
  • Clip cord covers


One on One Training

Microblading & ombré Powder Brow Kit

5 – speed wireless machine included

Ombré Powder Brow Certification Day 3

Microblading and Ombré Powder Brow Certification is a 4 – day in person one – on – one training course. Day one and day two are dedicated to learning the art of microblading including a guide to mapping the shape, skin types, skin thickness, pressure, and color theory. Day three is dedicated to learning the art of ombré powder brows.

What is Ombré Powder Brows?

The desire for crisper lines and deeper pigmentation is growing. Defined brows that make a statement are popular due to icons such as Kim Kardashian and Lady Gaga. ombré powder shading defines the brows. It is our experience at BrowBeat that people use the word “natural” when they actually mean: “Please don’t let my brows look like a tattoo.” Many clients are leaning toward a more highly pigmented brow for  a fashionable camera – ready look. Two treatments are required to bring the brows to their final result, adjusting color density and depth during the second treatment / touchup. The density and color depth can be added to for clients that are usure.

ombré powder brows or shading performed with a machine, is different from the microblading technique. A shading machine is used to add soft layers of pigmentation that provide a blanket of color over the brows. This blanket of color creates color density or “fill” that gives the brows definition. Shading is not hairstrokes but tiny dots of color (or pigmentation) This added color or pigmentation will make a brow more defined and dramatic and may mimic a makeup powder or pomade. While microblading alone can look natural and understated, an ombré powder brow can make the brow stand out, structuring the brow and making it a statement.

ombré powder brow shading pigmentation is more dominant at the tail fading towards the head of the brow. This faded head or “ombré” graduation keeps the brows from looking harsh and over pigmented. The eyebrow shape is one of the most important parts of the treatment outcome. Our eyebrow shape defines our look. Some people like bold, some like slim- medium, whatever the case, the objective is to enhance the natural beauty of the client, creating a low to no maintenance brow. Most clients will obtain a 60 – 90 percent result on the first treatment. The second treatment is vital to complete the brows and to address minor discrepancies after healing. This meticulous second treatment / touch up is essential, as there will be pigment loss during healing. ombré powder brows pigment can reduce by up to 40% when healed. Additionally, the second treatment / touchup will make the brows hold in the skin for a longer period of time.

About The Day

The ombré powder brow certification is the third day of the 4 – day course. Learning the art of ombré powder brow shading is imperative to a microblading business. Clients are asking about shading as a service, so it is an important skillset to learn from the get go. The microblading outcome is not enough for all clients to be satisfied with the results. Adding ombré powder brows or “shading” (they are one and the same) can increase pigment and bring the client to their desired look. Shading is a versatile skill and can also be used to create combo brows and correct past treatments. The students will learn all about shading during day three of the Microblading and ombré Powder Brow Certification.

Students will receive two kits during the 3 or 4 – day certification. (day 4 is optional) The microblading kit and the ombré powder brow shading kit. The ombré powder brow shading kit includes the following:

  • 5 speed wireless machine for ombré powder brows
  • Stand for machine
  • Box of 1R needle cartridges
  • Box of 3R needle cartridges
  • Box of 5R needles cartridges
  • Box of 5F needle cartridges
  • Box of 7F needles cartridges
  • Silicone practice sheets for ombré powder brows
  • Blank silicone practice sheets for pixilation practices
  • Brow shape headbands for exercises
  • ombré powder brow and combo brow paper exercises
  • Clip cord covers

Let’s Be Clear. Microblading and Ombré Powder Brows is a different technique

Microblading is hairstrokes in the skin while ombré powder brow is pigmentation and pixilation. A microblading treatment is done with a manual too and the ombré powder brow treatment is done with a machine. The ombré powder brow technique is taught on day 3 of the Microblading and Powder Brow Certification. Below are some examples of microblading , ombré powder brows and combo brows.


Hair strokes alone create a natural outcome



Layered shading creates a dramatic outcome like powder or pomade

ombré Powder Brow


Combo brows combine both microblading and shading. This is also covered in the ombré Powder Brow Certification

Combo Brow

Run A microblading Business & Practical Training Day 4 (Optional)

Must bring own live model for 4th practical day

Starting any business can be challenging. On the 4th day of the Microblading and ombré Powder Brow  One – On – One Certification we help our students with the structure of how to begin their microblading studio. Learning the microblading and ombré powder technique is not all there is to think about when getting started. The student will also need to think about getting a tattoo license, buying equipment, working out a pricing structure and promoting their business. On the 4th day of the microblading certification we spend the morning helping the student understand these aspects of setting up a business.

Get trained Inside A Functioning Microblading Business

After hearing about the business side of running a microblading studio the student is guided on the following:

Full Microblading And Ombré Powder Brow Cart Setup

Going through a microblading and shading setup solidifies everything that is needed to provide a service.  This is a confidence building exercise for the student as many students fear that they will not be prepared in an actual treatment situation. BrowBeat Certification is of the understanding that providing the students with necessary equipment and product list is of the utmost importance as their questions about microblading far surpasses the technique itself but moreover to what is needed for the process in its entirety.

Role Play A Practical Application On The Avoidance Of Cross Contamination

Safety is of the utmost importance. While providing a microblading or ombré powder brow service a process in which to avoid cross contamination is vital.  The Student will have the opportunity to show the trainer their process with gloves and their cart setup.

Map The Shape On Their Model And Have It Discussed And Approved By The Trainer

Learning how to map the brow shape on a client is one of the most important parts of the service as bad shape is the clients biggest worry when receiving the treatment. In this exercise the student will get to map the brows using the BrowBeat mapping structure taught during day 1 and 2  of the certification. This live model mapping lesson is one of the most important parts of the entire course and widely enjoyed.

Show The Skill Of Best Picture Taking Practices

Good pictures = more $$$. The student is guided in effective picture taking practices using angles and lighting. Bad picture taking can affect a business. Lean the most effective ways to take pictures in an actual studio setting.

Make A Collage Of Their Mapping Before And Afters

The way client images are showcased can improve the appearance and quality of the microblading work.  Learn how to use a free version of Pic Collage to send clients professional pictures

Work On Their Model With A Silicone Headband Simulating A Microblading Treatment

The student gets to simulate a treatment on their model. Using a silicone headband, the student will do a simulated treatment on their model. This exercise assists the students understanding of the artist territory in the aspect of space relating to the client. Addinally this is an exercise on body and hand placement. The student will have a real – life simulation on what is like to be in front of a live human. Probably one of the most exciting exercises of the day, The silicone headband exercise is the final confidence building exercise of the day.



Microblading Certification

Microblading Equipment And Drawing An Eyebrow On Paper

The influence of an eyebrow
The power profitability of the microblading movement

Mapping On Paper Using Reference Points

The Golden Ratio
Universal eyebrow language
Using the calipers
Sketching the brow
Mentors circulate and advise the students

The Microblading Basic Stroke Pattern

The microblading stroke pattern defined
Naming and understanding each part of the stroke pattern
Exercise on the stroke pattern – Head
Exercise on the stroke pattern – Conversion
Exercise on the stroke pattern – Spine
Exercise on the stroke pattern – Upper strokes
Exercise on the stroke pattern – Lower strokes
Exercise on the stroke pattern – Inner Strokes
Mentors circulate and advise the students

Lunch Provided

Lunch, drinks and coffee and tea provided

Getting Setup To Work On Silicone Skins

Putting your tools together
Hand grip and blade angle preference
Blade wrapping
Learning a triple stretch
Mentors circulate and advise the students

Working On Blank Skins

Using the pigments
Recognizing and adjusting depth in the silicone
Tips on remaining straight in the skin
Mentors circulate and advise the students

Microblading Inside The Brow Shape On Silicone

Students put their knowledge into action applying the basic stroke pattern
Mentors circulate and advise the students

Mapping On a Human Using The Same Reference Points as Mapping On Paper

Using pigmented string
Understanding facial markers
Conservative thinking on mapping and how to avoid mistakes
The mapping reference points on a human
Sketching the shape
Using the surgical marker

Microblading Certification

The Definition Of Trust

How to establish trust with your clients

Revision Of Microblading Certification Day 1

Practice session and discussion of microblading stroke pattern
Practice session and discussion of mapping and sketching
Mentors circulate and advise the students

Part 4 – Understanding Pigments

Learning about pigments
How to choose color
Color quiz, what color would you choose? Prizes given

Lunch Provided

Lunch, drinks and coffee and tea provided

Part 5 – Working On Past Permanent Makeup

How to recognize when a client has past PMU
Variables of working over past PMU
How to lighten and fade botched past PMU

Part 6 – Identifying Pressure

Pigment depth and pressure
Examples of varying pressure healed
Assessing pressure visually
Exercises on recognizing pressure
Mentors circulate and advise the students
Identifying skin types
Quiz on skin types, prizes given

Skin abnormalities and contraindications
Part 8 – Setting Up and how To Avoid Contamination

Texas State Health Code (students are given handouts of code)
Setting up a microblading cart for a successful treatment
What is a pathogen?
Avoiding contamination using gloves and barrier film

The Treatment Process

Cart setup
Educating your client
Consents and aftercare packs
The order in which an entire treatment is provided

Microblading Exam, Certificate Presentation and final Q and A

Ombré Powder Brow

The art Of Shading UnveiledIntroduction

What is shading?
What are the uses of shading?
Understanding shading names and buzzwords

The Difference Between Microblading and Shading

When microblading isn’t enough
A comparison of microblading and ombré side by side
Education on shading machines
Education on needle configurations
Skin types and ombré and powder brow technique

Learning Shading Technique

Putting the shading tools together
Machine angle, speed and pressure
Learning the sweeping motion
Ombré shading brow style
Powder brow shading style
Combo brow shading style
Working on silicone skins
Exercise – Creating pixilation and pigmentation
Exercise –  Speed and its effect on pixilation
Mentors circulate and advise the students

Lunch Provided

Lunch, drinks and coffee and tea provided

Shading Passes and Layering Pixilation

What Is a shading pass?
Defining how to do an entire shading pass
Understanding layering
Shading in sections and working with order
Exercises, Definition and technique – Ombré Brows
Exercises, Definition and technique – Powder Brows
Exercises, Definition and technique –  Combo Brows
Mentors circulate and advise the students

Why Clients Desire Shading

Managing client’s expectations
Shading target audience
Shading with light pigment colors

Using Shading For Corrections

Screening correction clients
Shading over old tattoo (PMU)
Shading over previous microblading

Strategic Shading

Being creative with shading
Sculpting shading needs for the individual
Freestyle shading exercise
Mentors circulate and advise the students

Certificate Presentation and final Q and A

Run A Microblading Business & Practical Training

The Product Mix Needed For A Microblading Business

What should you sell?
Services price list
Charging per treatment
Using shading as an add on service
Client time management
Creating clear policies with your clients

Client Management

Time management and what it means to your business
Selling appointments as blocks of time
Creating clear policies
Families  and friends in your treatment rooms
Remaining professional but still personal

Starting Your Microblading Business

Doing free clients
Building a review platform
Going out on foot to promote your business
Collaborations within your network area to get you started

Taking A Booking

The Impression of a microblading business
Switching your free clients to paying clients
Using education to make sales
Getting back to your clients and returning calls
Securing deposits
Booking checklist

Best Picture Taking Practices

How to take photographs with lighting and equipment
Creating and maintaining client files and photographs
Collages and follow up communications for your client



Microblading Practical Knowledge Applications

Setting up a cart role play and assessment
Cross contamination role play and evaluation
Mentors circulate to assess and advise the students


Students map on their partners following the mapping rules
Best picture taking practices are used to create client flies
Students practice making collages to send to their clients and post on social media
Mentors circulate to assess and advise the students

Provide A Microblading Treatment (Simulation On Silicone Headband)

Headband treatment simulation puts all knowledge into effect including:

  • Hand placement
  • Pressure applications
  • Blade / machine angle
  • Artist seating maximization and limitations

Final Q and A

Online Portal

After the 4 – Day Microblading and ombré Powder Brow Certification Course students are given access to our online portal. This portal contains the training videos used during the training.

This access is 24/7 to all the students and is made available to reinforce the training presented during class time.

In the period after the BrowBeat training days, students will need to practice to hone their microblading skills.

Extra support documents are available in the online portal that provide students with step by step guidance on the order of treatment, mapping the brows and choosing color.

Additionally, BrowBeat Microblading and Ombré Powder Brow Certification 4 – Day Course provides practice brow shapes and a full product list of all cleaning products, and equipment needed to begin a successful microblading business.

Complete support documents available on online portal are:

  • Support – Recommended Lidocaine Products
  • Support – BrowBeat Microblading Step By Step QuickStart Guide
  • Support – Product list For Purchase
  • Support – Equipment, Tools and Products List
  • Support – Recommended Lidocaine Products
  • Support – Full Brow Sheet Add In Upper and Lower / Big
  • Support – Full Brow Sheet Add Inner Strokes / Big
  • Support – Full Brow Sheet With Spine / Big
  • Support – Order of a Treatment
  • Support – What Goes On a Cart
  • Support – Mapping on Mannequin
  • Support – Choosing Color Hacked
  • Support – Cross Contamination
  • Support – Sharps Containers and Disposal
  • Support – Medical Waste Locations In Texas
  • Support – Aftercare Packs
  • Support – Consent Form
  • Support – Consultation Checklist
  • Support – The Use Of Retinol For Botched Work
  • Support – BrowBeat Pigment Color Slides
  • Support – How A Silicone Skin Should Look
  • Support – Tattoo License Application
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