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Ombre Brows


Microblading Training Course
Ombre Brows Course

Ombre Brows Course


40 hours online study

4 hosted webinar sessions

1 practical + assessment day

Ombre Brows Kit









Ombre Brows Course Introduction

 Our Combination training course will teach you how to perform the art of Microblading and Shading techniques, allowing you to combine different techniques to create beautiful Ombre brows for your clients.

Microblading is fast becoming one of the most popular beauty treatments in the world and is overtaking the demand for traditional brow enhancement treatments.  Ombre Brows is a famous semi-permanent eyebrow tattooing method that creates a soft, ombre powdered effect, giving the appearance of fuller and more defined eyebrows.

Guided by our comprehensive study materials and expert tutors, our students consider this the best Combination brow training course to take you through the Microblading procedure process and teach the theoretical knowledge and safety procedures involved in practising these treatments to an industry standard.

You will study the theory section from the comfort and convenience of your home and carry out your practical training with our experienced course tutor.

 It is ideal for those looking for a Microblading training course they can complete around their other commitments.

 Fully accredited by ABT and Beauty Industry approval, you can gain insurance to work from your home or workplace upon completion.

Recognised & Insurable through: ABT, Policy Bee, Salon Insurance 4U, Simply Business, InSync Insurance, and Bolt Insurance.

Ombre Brows Course Modules

1. Introduction to Microblading

2. History of Tattoos and & Eyebrow Shapes

3. Anatomy and Physiology

4. Skin Types

5. Pigments, Colour Theory & Blade Selection

6. Health & Safety

7. Bloodborne Pathogens

8. Medical Conditions & Contra-indications

9. Consultation and Aftercare

10. Ombre brows procedure

11. Problems & Trouble Shooting

12. Business Set Up & Marketing


I would 100% recommend DWPro!…. I’m so glad I chose DWPro to get the training and qualifications I need to be successful in my microblading business. 

Training with DW pro was really thorough, the online part was in depth and easy to follow… always contactable, supportive …coming to me for the practical training made it so convenient! Would definitely recommend!

Loving the course, Debbie is an amazing tutor. Really knows her trade and knows how to teach it to others (with me having a beauty therapist background) definitely would recommend, choose fast track, well worth it! ”

Frequently Asked Questions

What is manual shading eyebrows?

Manual shading eyebrows, also known as microshading or powdered brows, is a cosmetic procedure performed to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. It is a semi-permanent makeup technique that involves depositing pigment into the superficial layers of the skin to create a soft, powdered effect on the eyebrows.

Is it better to do microblading or microshading?

The choice between microblading and microshading depends on your personal preferences, desired results, and individual factors such as skin type and lifestyle. Both microblading and microshading are popular techniques for enhancing the appearance of eyebrows, but they differ in their application and results.

Is ombre brows different from microblading?

Yes, ombre brows and microblading are two different techniques used in eyebrow enhancement. Here’s a breakdown of each method:

  1. Microblading: Microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow technique that uses a handheld tool with tiny, fine needles to create hair-like strokes on the skin. The strokes are designed to mimic the appearance of natural eyebrow hair and create a more defined and filled-in look.
  2. The pigment is implanted into the epidermis (upper layer of the skin). Microblading typically results in a more textured and realistic look, resembling natural eyebrow hair.
  3. Ombre Brows: Ombre brows, also known as powder brows or shading, is another semi-permanent eyebrow technique. Unlike microblading, ombre brows deposit pigment into the skin using a machine with a fine needle or blade. This technique creates a gradient effect, with a softer and lighter colour at the front of the eyebrows that gradually darkens towards the tail. The overall result is a more filled-in, powdered look, similar to the effect of eyebrow makeup.


What qualification do I need to do microshading?

Microshading is a cosmetic procedure that involves creating semi-permanent eyebrows using a technique similar to tattooing. The specific qualifications required to perform microshading may vary depending on the country or region you are in, as regulations and requirements can differ.

In many places, microshading falls under the category of permanent makeup or tattooing. Therefore the qualifications needed may be similar. Typically, the following qualifications are considered necessary:

  1. Training and Certification: It is crucial to receive professional training from a reputable institution or academy specialising in microshading or permanent makeup. Look for programs that offer comprehensive training on techniques, safety protocols, sanitation, and client consultations.
  2. Licensing and Permits: Check the local regulations in your area to determine if a specific license or permit is required to perform microshading. In some jurisdictions, you may need a tattoo artist license or a specialised license for permanent makeup application.
  3. Bloodborne Pathogen Certification: Since microshading involves needles and pigments, it is essential to have knowledge and certification in bloodborne pathogen safety. This certification ensures that you know how to prevent the spread of infectious diseases during the procedure.
  4. Experience and Skill Development: Building experience is crucial in honing your microshading skills. Practice on models or volunteer clients under the supervision of an experienced professional to gain hands-on experience and refine your technique.
  5. Continuous Education: The field of microshading and permanent makeup is constantly evolving. Staying updated with the latest techniques, safety guidelines, and industry trends is essential. Attend workshops, seminars, and conferences to expand your knowledge and skills.

Remember that the specific qualifications and requirements may differ based on your location. Therefore, it is advisable to research and consult with local regulatory authorities or industry professionals to ensure you meet all the necessary qualifications to practice microshading in your area.

Is ombre brows different from microblading?

Yes, ombre brows and microblading are two different techniques used in permanent makeup for eyebrows.

Microblading is a manual technique where a trained technician uses a hand tool with tiny needles to create fine, hair-like strokes in the eyebrows. The strokes are typically applied in the direction of natural hair growth, and the goal is to mimic the appearance of natural eyebrows. Microblading suits individuals who want to fill sparse areas or reshape their eyebrows.

On the other hand, ombre brows involve a different approach. Instead of individual hair-like strokes, the ombre technique creates a soft, powdered effect. The technician typically starts with a lighter shade at the front of the brows and gradually transitions to a darker shade towards the tail, creating an ombre or gradient effect. This technique gives a more filled-in, defined look to the eyebrows. Ombre brows suit those who prefer a more defined or makeup-like appearance.

Both microblading and ombre brows are semi-permanent procedures, meaning the pigment will fade over time. Touch-ups are typically required to maintain the desired look. It’s essential to consult with a qualified and experienced technician to discuss your preferences and determine which technique would best suit your desired eyebrow outcome.

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