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Knowing when the treatment cannot be performed is equally important as knowing hot to draw the eyebrows. The theoretical part focuses on skin problems, post-treatment care, pigments, shape, symmetry, ect. The practical part comes down to practice on skin simulation on the first day and practice on live models on the second day. Practicing on live models represents filling in the strokes drawn by a master, so that there is no possibility for the students to make mistakes since they are working on the existing marks. The aim of this practice is to show the students how it feels to work on real skin and to eliminate fear in this way. Another aim of this practice is to get the feeling for the right pressure to a certain extent. Certified students will be placed on Phi Academy Web Map, will get Bold Brows certificate and a logo. After two-day microblading course, students stay in daily contact with the Academy via Craft Master application where they upload their work and pass levels. Only when they pass all levels they obtain their certificates. Average time needed for obtaining the Certificate is between 3 and 4 months. The students spend about 150 hours practicing during this time.  


  • 09:00 Registration and signing the contracts between the Master and each student
  • 10:00 Basic information about the microblading course that would help the students to have realistic expectations regarding the training and mastering the microblading skill (microblading course duration, support, obtaining the Certificate, etc.)
  • 10:15 Golden ratio and forming the shape of eyebrows on paper
  • 10:45 Putting the blade in holder; opening the bottle with pigment; U blade; drawing the strokes ; video material
  • 11:00 Drawing the strokes on skin simulation (latex)
  • 11:15 – Level 1
  • 11:30 – Level 2
  • 11:45 – Levels 3 and 4
  • 12:00 – Break
  • 12:15 – Level 5
  • 12:30 – Level 6
  • 12:45 – Levels 7 and 8
  • 13:00 – Lunch break
  • 14:00 – adding the students into the Craft Master learning application and getting familiar with the application (communication, lectures, sending the photos of work etc.)
  • 15:00 – Theory; information for the clients; skin problems, appearance of strokes; pressure (surface and deep); pigments


  • 09:00 Positioning on levels based on the practice and works from the previous day
  • 10:00 Practice on live models (the first group of students) – drawing the shape – using PhiBrows application and calculating symmetry – proper stretching of the skin – use of anesthetics – filling the pigment and level of pressure applied to the skin
  • 13:00 Lunch break
  • 14:00 Further practice on live models (the second group of students)
  • 16:45 Questions and answers
  • 17:00 Delivering the Certificates of attendance to the students


  • 1x Fox Supe
  • 1x Golden Brown Supe
  • 1x Brown 1 Supe​
  • 1x Brown 2 Supe​
  • 1x Brown 3 Supe​
  • 1x Yellow Supe​
  • 1x Black Supe​
  • 1x Red Supe​
  • Skin candy Anty Shock 1
  • Self Adhesive Pigment Container 50/1
  • Mineral Pencils 2/1
  • Scissors and Tweezers
  • Disposable Tools 20/1
  • Universal Holder
  • Phi wipes Block Tonic 1
  • Phi Wipes After care 5/1
  • Phi Wipes (Asept/Make up remover)
  • Phi blade U 50/1
  • lATEX
  • (Blank) 3/1
  • Skin Candy 50/1
  • Phi Compass
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