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Irina chen




02 Feb 1989
United States

Irina Chen —founder of World Microblading and one of the most recognized Microblading artists in the world. Microblading has been pioneered over the last decade by Irina Chen to help women boost their confidence and self-esteem creating perfect, natural-looking eyebrows. To know More Visit us aMore saduisahduiash dsau

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irina-chen asked:

07 Jun 2017

Supplies you need to start microblading

Supplies you need to start

As with other cosmetic procedures, there
are a wide range of microblading supplies and tools available on the
market. Tools and supplies specific to microblading include
pigments, templates, needles, and safety gear.

Safety First!

Microblading is a tattoo art form and can
potentially expose you to bodily fluids and other toxins; therefore
you need to invest in safety equipment. You will need safety
equipment for both the technician and the client. The technician
will need a full-length, chemical-resistant apron to protect skin and
clothes from chemicals and other hazards. The technician will also
need safety goggles, gloves, and a respirator to prevent the
inhalation of chemical fumes. There is both disposable safety
equipment and long-term use safety equipment. The client will need a
special plastic mask that covers the lower part of the face. The
client will also need numbing cream and barrier cream. Barrier cream
can protect the skin from infection and discomfort during the
microblading procedure.

Fun Stuff - Pigments, Saline Paste,
and Latex Sheets

Microblading supplies include application
tools such as blades and needles, and a range of pigments to match
your clients' hair color. Microblading pigments come in a variety of
colors, ranging from dark brown-black, to dark blonde, to lighter
shades of brown and blonde. There are also shades such as 'warm
shading' and universal brown. Pigments can be thinned and the colors
altered with diluting fluid. Saline paste is the magic eraser of the
microblading world. It is a must for the microblading technician
because it removes microblading mistakes. Latex sheets are what you
practice your techniques on before trying them on a real person.

Other supplies for the microblading
technician include needles and application tools. Microblading
needles come in two types, flat and round. They are purchased in
quantities of three or more.
There is also a variety of
measuring tools, pencils, and pencil sharpeners to help you perfect
your microblading skills. Tools of the trade include the First Step
Tool, which was designed specifically to produce very fine detail
lines in microblading work, and a pigment ring, which is a ring that
is worn on your finger while you work in which to mix pigments.

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