Microblading Career: 3 Reasons You Should Consider It by artofbeautyacademy.com

Microblading Career: 3 Reasons You Should Consider It

The beauty industry is one of the most lucrative business branches at the moment and if you’re considering dipping your toes into the waters of cosmetology, a microblading career might be the perfect path for you. Microblading is closely tied to makeup artistry, as it’s a type of permanent makeup that is achieved by injecting pigment into the skin between the natural hairs, imitating their appearance and color. So if you enjoy doing makeup for other people, chances are you’ll love microblading.

From a business perspective, microblading is more than profitable, but perhaps more importantly, it is a dynamic, exciting profession that would allow you to channel your creativity and passion for makeup into making your clients feel happy and beautiful. And, what is more fulfilling than that?

Yet if you’re still not convinced, here are some more arguments in favor of microblading as a potential career.


Just like hairdressers or makeup artists, microblading artists can choose whether to work on their own as freelancers, or as a part of a group. Microblading can be a full time job or a way to make some extra cash on the side. It is also a lucrative expansion of an already existing beauty related business. Bottom line, microblading is a skill that allows you to be your own boss and take on as many (or as few) clients as you want.

As an inexperienced microblading artist you can easily integrate a session or two (one session takes about two hours) into your day until you’ve gained enough experience and confidence to quit your day job. The same thing with students looking to earn some pocket money, or stay-at-home moms who would like to work from home.

Success is Guaranteed

Even at the very start of your microblading career you won’t be out of work for long. As microblading is still a relatively new, yet very popular permanent makeup trend that’s likely to stick around, at the moment there aren’t enough certified and skillful artist to meet the demand. The sooner you start working, the more experience you’re going to gain, which will give you an advantage over the newbies who are just starting out.

There are tips and tricks to every trade, but the key to any successful business is marketing, and there’s no better advertisement than a happy client with fabulous, thick brows who might even recommend you to their friends and family. So apart from the initial investment into a quality course, you can be successful with minimal expenses. As the results of microblading last up to two years (in some cases, touch-ups need to be done even on shorter intervals), in time you’ll have a number of returning customers.

The Training is Short, Sweet and Basically Pays for Itself

As with any serious career path, the first thing you need is proper education and training. Choosing a good course that best suits your ambitions is an investment into your future. To become a certified PhiBrows microblading artist, all you need to do is complete a 2-day live training course taught by working master artists, which will provide you with the theoretical knowledge and the basic techniques. A comprehensive course at Art of Beauty Academy is held by famous master artist Gabriel Addie, who is a proven leader in the industry. In addition, you need no prior experience! From there, you can move to some of the more advanced tecniques and develop your signature style. With each completed pair of brows, your work will become better, which means you can gradually increase your price per session.

Investing into your education is always a good move. Once you start working as a microblading artist, you’ll pay off your training in no time. The cost of a two hour session ranges from $350 to up to $800 dollars. The numbers don’t lie; you can easily make four figures in a day. Good luck! 🙂

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