MICROBLADING BEGINNER COURSE

JULY 20-22 2019 | SOLD OUT

NOVEMBER 2-4 2019 | SOLD OUT

WINTER 2020 - DATES COMING SOON

The AGCT Microblading Beginner Course is designed for anyone interested in starting a career in microblading. Prior experience in microblading/permanent makeup is NOT required to take this course. Please check with your state/county health department for any prerequisites & requirements in your specific location. You will need to complete a Bloodborne Pathogens certification & temporary registration with Los Angeles County prior to the course.

During this very comprehensive, intimate group training, you will learn the fundamentals and skills necessary to successfully start your microblading career.

Students will learn:

  • Color Theory & Corrections

  • Skin types, Skin Conditions & Medical Conditions

  • Pre-care, Aftercare & Brow Maintenance

  • Proper Sanitation, Setup and Clean up

  • Fundamentals of Microblading    

  • Brow Mapping & Shape Correction

  • Hair Stroke Patterns

  • Audrey Glass’ specific techniques to create natural looking brows

  • Demonstration on client by Audrey Glass

  • Booking, Clients Waiver & Marketing

  • Apply your new skills on a live model under Audrey Glass hands-on supervision

Certification will be received upon proficiency demonstration at the conclusion of the course. This is not a “pay for certification in 3 days” type of course.

Days 1-5 | At-Home Study

Days 6-12 | At-Home Practice

Day 13-15 | Full Days of In-Person Training (Los Angeles, CA)

Each student is responsible for finding a model for Day 15.

Classes are currently limited to 6 students per class to ensure each student gets the attention they deserve.

Each student will receive a starter kit with all necessary products needed for the course & to start their new career.

Continued support will be provided through a private Facebook group.

Snacks & lunch will be provided daily.

Tuition: $5,000

A $1000 non-refundable deposit is required to enroll. The remaining balance is due no later than 14 days prior to Day 1 of the Course.