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Should you be a microblading artist?

Should you be a microblading artist? People often approach me about what I do and understandably they have many questions on their mind like: What skills are needed to become a microblading artist? What are the pluses and minuses of the work? How do I get started? Before I tell you more about my story of entering the PMU world let me answer the first question. I strongly believe if you have a love for the art, have a good sense of aesthetic and makeup, and a creative mindset – then you should go for it!  However, as easy as

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Deciding between manual shading and machine shading for your career.

Deciding between manual shading and machine shading for your career. It can be difficult enough to know the difference between manual shading and machine shading let alone to learn which is best to learn how to perform for your future career. In general, the difference between these two methods is what’s we refer to as the ‘healed result’ and ‘brow look’. In this article, we’ll be describing these in more detail so that you can feel confident in understanding the differences so you can better decide what your own individual preferences are moving forward. 1. Manual Shading.  It should be

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The pros and cons of microblading vs machine hair-strokes.

The pros and cons of microblading vs machine hair-strokes. Pros of microblading: 1. The microblading process uses a manual tool with a blade which makes it very easy to operate and draw strokes. 2. Unlike with the machine, micoblading doesn’t have an intimidating sound for the client to have to overcome. This also means that there are no vibrational distractions either so you can better control a manual tool while placing strokes more easily than you could with a machine. Cons of microblading:  1. Microblading makes small cuts where ink is to be placed in the skin that could be

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