Module 5: Color Theory & Skin Anatomy

Hello love, I can't believe it, you are almost done with the Online Microblading Refresher Course!

Take a minute to let that all sink in. 

I'm very proud of you and how far you've come. From taking the leap of faith and taking this course, to now being almost 90% done with the class! You go girl!

Without further ado, I give you Module 5! In this module, we go over different choosing the right microblading color for your clients, client skin types, skin anatomy, and skin disorders/diseases to be aware of. 

We also go over the Fitzpatrick skin type scale and determine which clients would NOT be a good candidate for microblading.

It's important to understand which clients would be a good candidate for microblading, and which ones we absolutely cannot work on.

We also go over the healing process, aftercare instructions and expectations.
Video #1: Color Theory & Skin Anatomy
Video #2: Full Microblading Procedure Practice
Homework For This Week:

Practice doing your second and third passes on your practice skins. Get used to depositing ink into your strokes and the feeling of your microblading needle inside of the strokes. 

As always, please send me photos of your work when you are done. 

Resources for this Module
How Clients Can Get The Best Out Of Their Microblading Experience
Makeup Registry's Aftercare Instructions

**As a disclaimer, I should be very clear; although the design and delivery of this course is simple, the usage of microblading tools is NOT as simple as depicted. Proper education and practice is STRONGLY recommended before you can begin working on live models. Serious injury can occur if you do not follow the modules and complete each lesson plan accordingly.**

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