The Nitty-Gritty of Microblading

The Nitty-Gritty of Microblading

Microblading training is not for the faint at heart. In fact, a career in the beauty industry itself requires tenacity, determination, drive, and a love of helping men and women feel better about themselves.

NewMark Beauty offers the best microblading courses so you can help others feel better on the inside by improving their outside appearance. Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo option for brows that offers shape, definition, and a fuller overall look. Microblading can last up to three years with proper aftercare and is a great solution to those who spend a lot of time doing their brows. Using small needles, pigment is inserted into the upper layers of your skin that looks like eyebrows. In this blog post, we’ll continue our in-depth look into microblading by answering some common questions. Continue reading, and then call us today for our next microblading course session!



Immediately afterwards, like any tattoo or other injury to your skin, the treatment area will be slightly red and the color may be darker than it’s supposed to be. Once your brows start to heal, the redness will go away and the color will fade slightly. Infection can be a concern because in essence you have open wounds on your face. However, as long as you follow your beauty specialist’s instructions on aftercare, such as using your ointment, the chances of infection are extremely limited.

NewMark Beauty wants to take this opportunity to advise you to carefully select your beauty specialist. You need someone who is trained and experienced to perform your microblading treatment. After all, this is semi-permanent, meaning that if your beauty specialist messes up by shaping your brows incorrectly or by using the wrong pigment, you will be stuck with it for at least a year. That’s a long time to start in the mirror at a mistake and to have others see it as well. Furthermore, infection is extremely rare with someone who does know what they are doing, rather than someone who does not.

Other side effects may include some scabbing that should go away in a few days and maybe a bit of discomfort.


Makeup will be a personal preference if you feel it is necessary or to beef up your look. You can add more drama by choosing a slightly different color, or spice it up with sparkles. Just be sure to wait at least one week after your microblading procedure before you touch your brows.


There is not much formal regulation for microblading in terms of federal or state laws. Hence, you could say it’s a crap shot, which is why you need to do your homework on where to get your microblading procedure. However, for liability and reputation reasons, most places that offer microblading (day spas, beauty salons, boutiques, aesthetician clinics, etc) will require their artists to have some formal training and/or experience.

NewMark Beauty offers the best microblading courses to train you on how to perform microblading. With our microblading course, you’ll receive expert training in theory and application, one day of theory and practice on fake skin, one day on live models, a microblading starter kit for the first 50 treatments, hands-on, one-on-one training, business development coaching, and health and safety information. Also, for a limited time, we are offering our amazing non-laser hair removal certification at the same time, which is worth thousands of dollars when added to your beauty salon repertoire. Sign up today to get started!

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