October 2012: Jody Stoski presented her Microblading Technique known as Feathering or Embroidery technique at Dr. Dixon's Las Vegas Bootcamp in October of 2012. The women were shocked at seeing the needles being drawn in a line through the skin. They were much more impressed by a hairstroke method using a single needle in a machine. But little did they know that what they were witnessing by Jody Stoski would become the technique of choice throughout the world after Dr. Dixon introduced it to the American and European Markets in late 2013 and early 2014. Microblading has taken the world of eyebrow techniques from ordinary to extraordinary. Ironically, the technique had been used in Asia for decades.
May 2014: Dr. Linda Dixon invited Tina Davies and Joyce Cirasuola to join her to teach almost 60 professionals for the first Annual Browmasters™ MASTER MICROBLADING Class. A Certificate of Completion was issued which included 14 hours of CME Credit from the American Academy of Micropigmentation from each of the three AAM Certified Instructors and Experts. The illustration on the Right is a Microblade Practice kit #877 available at www.kolorsource.com
December 2015: American Academy of Micropigmentation Bahama's Cruise and Meeting. Over 90 professionals attended this sold-out event which included many live demonstrations of microblading. What we now know is that microblading is an advanced technique which requires a lot of practice, education, experience and time to see fully healed results after a period of at least 2 years. The good news is that Microblading can be used for a very natural brow, to correct a previously done brow and to enhance symmetry on brows that need help. You can do it but don't go it alone. Be wise and seek a good trainer.
April 2016: Dr. Linda Dixon taught microblading to 45 professionals in Australia in a course organized by Donna Moody-Martin, herself an instructor.
Microblading is a techique of making brow hairstrokes by gently drawing a set of slightly curved needles through the epidermal and superficial dermal layer of the skin. The result? A fine line or scoring of the skin into which color is delivered by multiple needles being moved as they rotate through the skin in a slight curve. No tapping. I've learned to use microblading not only for fine, natural hairstrokes that don't blur or spread but to use many handtool needles, in addition to the curved ones, in a microblading stroke to remove color, put good extensions on upper eyeliner (wings) plus augment tapping in eyeshadow. You'll learn to use a type of pressure sensitive calligraphy movement with your handtool. I've even discovered a "micro-rocking" stroke with my needles to enhance or emphasize part of a hairstroke. Lastly, I can do fine hairstrokes with a MicroSlope® Needle designed for digital machine handpieces. Welcome to the wonderful world of microblading and enjoy! The goal of this site is to provide you with up to date information about microblading.
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