There will be a maximum of 14 students per class. We offer small class sizes to keep the focus on you and helping you achieve the knowledge and skills to become an artist. There will be 1 Master Instructor and 5 assistant trainer that will be assisting the class.
No, this class is open to all levels. However, to begin practicing in your area, you will need to check with your local health department and inquire about the licensing needed to perform permanent makeup/microblading.
Yes! We offer a one year support. Feel free to contact us via email or Facebook message if you have any questions or concerns. We also have a Facebook group exclusively for our students where students can show off their work, ask questions, and get answers from each other and Mellie.
You’ll receive a certificate of completion from our class. However, you will need to contact your local county health department for licensing in your area. Every county has different requirements for artists to practice microblading.
Prior to coming to class, please visit www.redcross.org and take the Blood Borne Pathogen and First Aid online course. Both classes can be done in less than 3 hours.
Yes! we have a one day advanced class for someone who already knows how to microblade but would like to learn the Mellie Microblading hair strokes.
Classes are from 10am-4pm for three days.
A Microblading Kit will be included. This kit will enable the student to work on their first 20 clients. After the class, students will also receive a certificate of attendance.
In order to apply for your tattoo license in Connecticut, you will need to apprentice for 2000 hours under a tattoo artist. Tattoo licenses are only issued by your local health department. No workshops from any company will be able to provide you with a license.
How do I become an apprentice for my hours?
What most of our students and students from other workshops do is take the workshop and work on their craft. Build their portfolio by doing several models (usually family/friends). Contact your local tattoo shops or tattoo artist and explain to them that you are a microblading artist and need to apprentice for 2000 hours to obtain your tattoo license and present to them your portfolio. You can work and offer microblading services while doing your hours as long as a tattoo artist is present.