7 Tips as well as Tricks for New Microbladers From a Former Newbie

  • Selena Dailey has actually been micro blading for a year after she saw an article of an artist carrying out microblading and also promptly fell in love with the treatment.

” Literally every min of day-to-day when I am not with customers I am looking, reading as well as considering eyebrows! Lol, ask my partner, haha,” she claimed.

Selena is the owner of LA Micro brow, a microblading studio in Los Angeles. Right here are her best 11 tips for brand-new micro blades.

It was difficult whatsoever to build yourself as a qualified artist. There are numerous inquiries I had after my micro blading training, I desire I had an article like this when I first started and that is exactly why I created it. I learned these 11 tips and also techniques after my training and also they really took my eyebrows to the following degree.

# 1: Three Point Stretch

POINTER: Pull tight with a three-point stretch. That is where you utilize your thumb and pointer finger from the hand, not microblading and draw with your pinky with the hand microblading.

# 2: Make strokes without pigment on your blade

SUGGESTION: Make strokes on your very first or second pass without any pigment on your blade. Add pigment after your stroke with a micro brush.

RESULT: You can see the skin open up greater than if you have pigment in the method. Try it on one stroke as well as you’ll see what I mean.

# 3: Microblade front strokes last

IDEA: Microblade front strokes last, begin your first pass concerning 4 strokes from the front of the synopsis or the tail. Whatever works for you. I make my surgical dots in the front concerning two hair strokes away from my synopsis (SEE TIP 10 FOR PIC.) Not everyone wants their brows to be as close as the center of their nostril.

At the end, the client and I choose if each eyebrow requires an added stroke in the front. I do one stroke on the right, after that one stroke on the left. After that have the customer choose if they desire one more stroke.

OUTCOME: Clients are so much happier as well as satisfied with their brows! Other artists just provide whatever brows they think would look finest on the customer. However, thus far in my experience, clients like and also appreciate this additional step due to the fact that it takes their opinion right into consideration and they really feel a lot more in control.

# 4: Use more than one blade

POINTER: Use more than one blade. I use a Classic 9 by Tina Davies Professional on the initial pass after that the U Blade to do the second pass. The U blade allows even more of a complimentary circulation when it involves looking at strokes for the second pass. The Classic 9 for me is excellent for the very first stroke, crisper lines.

RESULT: Better lines after the 2nd or 3rd pass.

# 5: Magnification and head lamp

SUGGESTION: Use a magnifying headlamp. If you wear glasses every min of the waking day like me you will certainly need a magnifier for sure! This enables me to see all the spaces and crannies of the skin.

RESULT: Prevents you from crossing your hair strokes, you don’t start to high or low from other strokes. Precision is crucial. Think about where the following stroke goes that will give you the appearance you want.

# 6: Painting a pre-stroke

IDEA: Paint a line of pigment on the skin where you are thinking about placing a hair stroke without opening up the skin and then have the client see if they such as that stroke.

I dip my blade into the pigment, I wipe one side of the blade on a cotton pad, I then make a thin line of where I can possibly place a stroke without opening up the skin. Instead of overdoing it in the front of the brow, have the client part of that choice procedure. It takes just an extra minute. Numerous of my clients rejoice we didn’t go more detailed in the front since that’s where “the middle of the nostril is.”

OUTCOME: Happy clients and no overdone front strokes

# 7: To hemorrhage or otherwise to hemorrhage?

TIP: You don’t need to make the skin bleed by looking at strokes greater than 2 or 3 times. Some musicians only looks at a stroke 2 times, not much more. Tina Davies states, “as sometimes till you get the pleasant area.”


Some individuals will certainly hemorrhage, that’s simply how it is (image shows small blood loss, normal.).

RESULT: Less scarring, pigment does not spread as much when healed.…