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11 Reasons You Should Consider a Career in Microblading

Posted by Nadia Burgess on January 16, 2017

11 Reasons to consider a career in microbladingIf you’ve not heard of Microblading yet, where have you been hiding!?

The latest permanent brow technique of Microblading is part of the cosmetic tattooing family and continues to take the industry by storm in 2017.

As leading trainers, we have insider knowledge of those who have embarked on our Microblading training journey and have the pleasure of watching them and their businesses grow as a result. If you’ve been watching from the side lines, it’s about time you considered your new career in Microblading.

We’ve compiled a list of 11 top reasons why Microblading should be your next smart career move…

 

  1. It appeals to a wide audience

From twenty-somethings who want perfect ‘on fleek’ brows for their Instagram snaps, to the more mature client who has lost some brow hair with age, Microblading is a technique that appeals to so many people. As long as the client is over 18, they can be eligible for a Microblading treatment so your pool of clients is wide open, meaning more income and easier marketing.

 

  1. You can give the gift of confidence

There’s nothing more rewarding when you have a career in Permanent Cosmetics than making a real difference to someone’s confidence. A brow treatment can seem like such a small thing but it can be life changing for many. Seeing the smile on a client’s face after they’ve seen the final result is something that will always give you job satisfaction and that warm fuzzy feeling inside.

 

  1. Brows will change the look of a face instantly

Brows are so important as they frame the facial features. Without them, the face can look incomplete or unbalanced. With so many brow makeup products on the market, beauty junkies now recognise this too, so give them a permanent solution so they can look their best every day.

 

  1. Microblading continues to be in high demand, year after year

This isn’t just a craze. The demand for Microblading treatments is huge and continues to rise. Wherever you look, the term Microblading pops up in another beauty blog post or news story and celebrities are embracing this new treatment because of its undetectable, natural look. That being said, expectations from clients are high so, to be able to deliver first class treatments, you need to train with the best. Karen Betts has developed her own techniques and products that will help you become the artist that all clients will want to visit.

 

  1. You can build a lucrative business

Depending on the amount of training and how hard you work to market your services, the opportunity to make a healthy living for yourself is most certainly there. With the average treatment procedure costing around £350 and the outgoings minimal, you can easily earn a healthy profit from each treatment. People pay you for your skill and expertise so the more you practice and get the word out there, the more you can earn.

 

  1. You can quickly get a return on your investment

Due to the high earning potential, you can recuperate your training investment in a short amount of time, unlike many other businesses or beauty courses. If you are planning to perform treatments full time or fit in appointments around your current job, you will soon be in profit and earn enough to cover your training and set up costs.

 

  1. Microblading creates the most natural look

The great thing about the natural look of Microblading is that it’s not trend led. The treatment is designed to complement the face and enhance what would naturally be there so, although this technique is a trend that is booming in popularity now, it’s definitely a look that is here to stay.

 

  1. Microblading can fit in alongside traditional permanent cosmetics

Microblading goes hand in hand with other traditional permanent cosmetics procedures performed with a cosmetic tattoo machine. You can achieve a look by combining the two techniques or offer your client more options by adding this service to your list too.

 

  1. You’ll be learning the latest techniques

With K.B Pro, you can be safe in the knowledge that you are always learning the latest techniques with the most innovative pigments and tools. Karen is constantly wanting to learn more and develop her training to a whole new level and with her involvement with the SPCP the bar is always rising – she even gets advice from Richard Branson! Becoming a master in Microblading is not going to be a walk in the park but, with plenty of practice and support from your trainers, the sky’s the limit and we can take you there!

 

  1. You can become a master of brows

If it’s only brows you want to train in, that’s absolutely fine. By focusing purely on brows, you can become a specialist and develop your skills and techniques within brow treatments. Define yourself as the go-to technician for the best brows in the land and you’ll soon have clients on a waiting list to come and see you.

 

  1. You can expand your offering

If you already offer another brow treatment such as HD brows, this could be the next step in your career. Not only could you offer your clients a temporary brow solution, but you could have a permanent one too. If you are already familiar with brows and have experience drawing them on different clients, then that will put you in good stead to start Microblading training.

 

So could Microblading be the dream career path you’ve been waiting for? Find out more information at www.kbpro.com or get in touch with out training specialists who are always happy to talk.



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