Learn Microblading in Las Vegas!

By December 31, 2022 Uncategorized

You live in Las Vegas, and you’re looking to change the direction of your life and start a new career that you can be proud of, good at, and earn a great living with? Then look no further than learning the art of microblading. 

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Isn’t microblading just brows?

Actually, that’s where microblading began, but it has since expanded to an incredible (and lucrative) industry in which uses both microblading and microshading for brow, faces, hairlines, and skin. A number of microbladers even learn Lash Lifts + Tints, which is an excellent and healthier alternative to lash extensions that can damage your lashes.

How much do microblading artists make?

Microblading artists can make up to $2000 per week while also having the freedom to work when they want and block off their calendar when they don’t want to or don’t have time to provide their services.

What does it take to become a microblader?

Microblading has gained popularity quickly over the years as it’s a perfect alternative to those that can’t afford the time and costs associated with cosmetology school. Becoming a microblading artist is also an in-demand service that continues to grow. 

However, due to its rapid growth, there are a number of individuals out there claiming to be able to help you become an accomplished microblading artist by taking your money and then never actually having time to train you. Sure, they’ll sign off on your certification, but do you really want to put a blade to another human’s face without feeling confident that you know what you’re doing? Yeah, we didn’t think so either. 

That’s how MicroBladers Studio + Academy was born. With a home base in Las Vegas, MicroBladers has helped hundreds of students become successful microblading artists and go on to have stellar careers in the industry. 
If you’re planning a trip anywhere in the next few months, why not make it Vegas where you can also start a new career. Plus, doesn’t that make your hotel and airfare a potential tax write off. Learn more by checking out the requirements for your new career as a microblading artist.