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Let Covet Beauty Studio give you proper education and the skills you need to become a successful Microblading Artist. 

Our Microblading Academy uses a two-step process to provide a thorough permanent makeup education and help you become comfortable on live clients.



  • A Customized Microblading Education Program
  • Individual and Group Training Course Available
  • 100 Academic Hours
  • Continued Support is available after Basic Training
  • 3 Month Access to Our Online Microblading Training
  • Professional Kit- Enough Product for 20+ Clients
  • Live Demonstrations
  • Practice on a Live Model
  • Rentable Space to Work in After Completed Training
  • Learn and Work in a Licensed and Insured Body Art Facility
  • Continued Education for Current Microblading Artists
  • Discounts on our Covet Collection – Our Own Line of Microblading Products
  • Discounts on Other Trainings Offered


The Basic Training Class will teach you the basics of Microblading and get you comfortable with working on and perfecting skin sheets before working on live models. Whether you are an experienced aesthetic professional or someone without any beauty experience, we will help you develop the exceptional skills you need to become a great Microblading Artist. You will receive continued support indefinitely after you complete our class.

We take pride in our work, the course we have put together, and our training. We want you to succeed but you also need to be willing to put in the work. We are always available for questions even after training is complete.

October 16-17 6 Seats
November 13-14 
6 Seats
December 11-12 
6 Seats

*$500 Deposit Required


Most frequent questions and answers

Day 1: 9am-5pm – Theory, In Depth Color Theory, Brow Mapping/Shaping, Hair Stroke Pattern on Paper
Day 2: 9am-5pm – Continue Hair Stroke Pattern on Paper, Hair Stroke Pattern on Fake Skin, Business Discussions/Advice, Observe a Live Model
Day 3: Once you have completed your homework, we will send you a list of available days/times and you may then choose one and bring in your live model for you to Microblade with direct supervision.

*Snacks will be provided daily. Lunch will be provided on Day 2.

We will not accept any more than six students in a class. You will always have access to two trainers. We keep the groups small to ensure everyone gets ample attention and direction.

We require a $500 deposit. The remaining $3500 is due one week prior to day one of class. You may pay via card or cash. Deposits are non-refundable.

We do not offer a payment plan but Paypal has a 6-month line of credit at 0% and some credit cards will offer the same thing.

There is nothing required before class.

You will ultimately need to take a Blood Borne Pathogen Course (Bloodborne Pathogens Training Certificate (Click here for Approved Trainer List)) and obtain your body art permit but they aren’t necessary for class.

  • Covet Duffle Bag
  • Water Wipes
  • Alcohol Pads
  • Eyebrow Razors
  • Mapping Ruler
  • China Markers
  • Razor
  • Wood Sticks
  • Two Numbing Creams
  • Pigment Rings
  • Mascara Wands
  • Microbrush Applicators
  • Lip Brushes
  • Precision Q Tips
  • Cotton Rounds
  • Mannequin Head
  • Microblading Pens
  • Covet Mini Bag
  • Covet Slant Blades
  • Sample of Covet Collection U Blades
  • Covet Collection Microblading Pen
  • Covet Collection Fake Skin
  • Covet Collection Mapping String
  • Tina Davies Pigments
  • Aftercare

Every state and county is different so be sure to check with your local health department. County Health Departments are who regulate Microblading in each county as Microblading is a form of permanent makeup/tattooing. Most states will require you to at least have your Bloodborne Pathogen Certificate but since the requirements can vary, it’s important for you to check what’s required for your specific area. It’s also important for you to have liability insurance and a business license but we will guide you through this process during class.

For most states, California included, you do not need any formal type of license such as an esthetician or cosmetology license in order to perform microblading.

You will take a ‘Blood Borne Pathogen’ online course prior to applying for your body art permit (which you do not need prior to class). You will learn all about proper sanitation, sterilization, etc. In class, we will cover exactly what your work space needs to look like, have, how to properly dispose of your tools, etc.

You will receive two certificates – one after your first two days of Microblading training and a ‘certificate of completion’ after you’ve completed your live model. The second certificate will state that you also completed 100+ hours of training. This will be the certificate you will want to show to your insurance broker when you apply for insurance.

If you will be working in San Diego county, the following is required to obtain your Body Art Permit. You will need to have one before working on your model.

NEW PRACTITIONER CHECKLIST (you will need to submit):

After you’ve taken our ‘Microblading’ course, you may take our 1-day Microshading course. In that class, you will learn how to properly shade a client’s brows (also known as powder and ombre). We use a machine method when shading. We do not teach manual shading.

Ombre is a shading technique that only uses a permanent makeup machine. No Microblading (aka hair like strokes) is done. We do no train on strictly ombre brows.

Powder is just another term for ‘shading’. You will learn shading/powder brows in our Microshading course.

For Permanent Makeup Trainings, we have a Beginner Microblading Course (both in person and online). We also offer Microshading and Tattoo Removal. Although not PMU, we have a Plasma Pen Fibroblast course. We do not currently offer Lip Blush or Eyeliner training.

We use Instagram for social media. Check us out at @covetbeautystudio_academy and @covetbeautystudio

During training, we take photos and videos of you in which we will tag you in. These will help you to build your social media presence right away!

We post to our stories throughout training days so if you want to follow along on what we are doing, check us out on the dates listed on our website and you can see what a typical day is like.

‘Micropigmentation’ is just another term for Permanent Makeup. However, you will typically see this word used when referring to implanting pigment into one’s scalp.

In class, we will cover who is and is not a good candidate for Microblading. A lot will depend on the client’s skin type, age, hair texture, and lifestyle.

When referencing ‘Microblading’, one can get lost in all of the terms used to mean the same thing. For example, you may come across feathering, 3D, 4D, 6D eyebrows, etching, soft tap, etc. However, there is only one ‘technique’ when referring to ‘Microblading’ and that is when an artist uses a handheld tool to create hair like strokes in one’s eyebrows.

Cassandra and Taylor were PMU artists for years prior to training others on how to Microblade. They still take clients almost daily as they love to keep up with their craft. They have created multiple training programs for beginners and advanced artists and taught hundreds of students in their PMU courses.

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