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Xbeautyx

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High definition course or a micro blading course?
What do you think would be best to do, seen as they can be similar cost to do.
 

Misty Eyebrow Artist Crew

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What do you do at the minute? I'd say hd or similar first then microblading...they may be similar in price but they are very different treatments x
 

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I did microblading first but wish I'd of done HD first as I'm struggling with getting a great shape xx
 

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What do you do at the minute? I'd say hd or similar first then microblading...they may be similar in price but they are very different treatments x
Agree totally, I'm having mine microbladed this week, there's not enough there to HD

Completely separate markets.

I can't wait!
 

Xbeautyx

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Yea i agree too, i just didnt know which to train in. Im a beauty therapist so do the usual eyebrow tinting and shaping and really enjoy it. I want to specialise doing brows. I think what someone said about learning to shape with the hd brow training would be a good start, i never thought about it like this. Thanks you.
 

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In a good microblading course, you are taught eyebrow mapping also. Inbox me xx
 

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