MODULE 8 SCALPA BROW TRAINING

WORKING ON A CLIENT


THE REAL DEAL

This is the last portion of your final exam to receive certification. After you have acquired all the knowledge, experience, and feedback on your synthetic skin practice, you are qualified to work on a client. We know that this is not a simple task, but we are sure that you have all the tools needed for the success. Contact us whenever you need with any questions or concerns you may have. In the first step, all you have to do is photograph the client's eyebrows from three angles for before photos. Picture of face directly and image on each side. It is important to remember to remove any makeup from the brows, set up appropriate bright lighting and choose a high quality camera with sharp focus. Take a few photos from each direction and send us the best three directions. Please submit these with the rest of your work at the end of the module. 

SHAPE & PREPARE THE BROW

After we have good pictures, we can continue to build a new shape & design for our client's eyebrows. Mark the middle between the eyebrows and choose the most convenient method for you. The road is not important but the result is. Pay attention to symmetry such as starting points, arch and end, thickness as well. When the client's desire matches the shape you draw and both of you are satisfied you can take the same photo as you took in the previous step to submit to the Educator. ** see example. Again, please submit all together at the end of the module.

SHAPE & PREPARE THE BROW

At this stage, we have to match the client's appropriate pigment. Consider several factors such as: client's desire, hair color, skin color and under tone. Please provide us with all the factors that you have discovered by looking / touching the client, and detail why you chose the above. Take a picture of the client next to your selected pigments and the final shade you have received from mixing them. 


"My client's desire is a delicate look, so I choose relatively light shades. Her skin is bright and her under tone is warm yellow-ish. Her hair is light brown with blonde tints. I immediately can understand that I will not use warm shades with a red base. I chose to work with Louie The 11 - a light brown base on olive, which is consider a cold color and because the Louie the 11 is too bright by itself, I added two drops from Black Diamond, which is a darker brown and a cold color as well. At the end I added a drop of Louie The 12 - a medium-light brown with a warm base (one drop will give me insurance that my client does not get too cold of a result after recovery)."

DURING THE PROCEDURE

Attach a few close-ups pictures during the procedure. It is important for us to see you are working by the rules and the surface is clean. 

CLIENT AFTER PHOTO

After you have completed all the steps in the microblading procedure, including the mask. It's time to capture the final result. Put your client in the same place where you took the before procedure pictures and with the same appropriate lighting. Take a few good shots from all angles and send us the pictures from three directions. Please make sure they are focused and we can see the strokes. You will also need to add one full-face image.

LIVE PROCEDURES

ALOPECIA CLIENT

In this video you will see a one pass of a full length procedure on an alopecia client with no eyebrows. After this she did two more passes on each side to ensure that the pigment would stay. We have seen that you can have really great retaining brow with Scalpa Pigment with one pass, but we always recommend at least two passes on each brow. 


This procedure was preformed by Krista Ashrafi. 


Instagram:@Archangelsmicroblading

LIVE MICROBLADING

In this video you will see a one pass of a full length procedure. After this she did two more passes on each side to ensure that the pigment would stay. As you can see she is stretching the skin firmly with each stroke and working within her brow lines. 


This procedure was preformed by Kholoud Choumar 


Instagram:@kholoudchoumar


PLEASE UPLOAD ALL PHOTOS OF YOUR LIVE CLIENT HERE

-YOU MUST USE SCALPA PRODUCTS


**Those without an invoice number for their training kit will not receive feedback from our Master Educator as it is part of the training kit. 


 -Please also submit a photo copy of your BBP and Infection Control and Prevention certificates.


Once your work has been approved, your Educator will email you a final exam. This exam must be completed and you must score an 80% or higher in order to receive certification. You can take this exam as much as needed in order to pass and you can use the course for guidance. To retake the exam, simply return to the approval email she sent you and re-click the exam link to take it again.  


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Disclaimer of Medical and Legal Liability: Scalpa training courses are intended to provide the general knowledge to perform procedures but is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Reliance on the information in this training course for procedural purposes is to be used at your own risk. If you have questions or concerns, contact a medical professional prior to treatment. Scalpa is not held responsible or liable for risks involved with this procedure. 

 

Scalpa strongly advises each member or student to research their local legislation. It is your sole responsibility to check and clarify all rules and regulations pertaining to your country, state, city and county if you are planning on performing our training program procedures as a professional. Because Scalpa is offered worldwide, we cannot guarantee this information. Please check with your local health department, governing boards and FDA regulations regarding performance of any Scalpa course procedure. Scalpa is not held responsible or liable for legal encounters regarding licensing, regulations, or other legal aspects pertaining to procedural operation.