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Advance Microblading Recognizes Mentor Katie Dang

Advance Microblading, a microblading academy, is recognizing its founder, Katie Dang for her success in the beauty industry and her advanced skillset as a mentor. Katie Dang is a leading beautician in the industry and travels the United States teaching students and future beauticians in microblading and PMU techniques. Advance Microblading was founded by Dang in 2015 where students can be taught and certified on the art of microblading. 

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Plainfield, IL, October 13, 2020 – Local leading microblading academy, Advance Microblading, is recognizing its founder, Katie Dang for her success in the beauty industry and her advanced skillset as a mentor in microblading training. Katie Dang is a leading beautician in the industry and travels the United States teaching students and future beauticians in microblading and PMU techniques. Advance Microblading was founded by Dang in 2015 where students can be taught and certified on the art of microblading.

Focused on the furtherance of turning students into microblading experts, Advance Microblading has very quickly become the leading academy in the United States for permanent makeup and the popular art of eyebrow tattooing. As clients have the option to choose between microblading and ombre-style tattooing, the technique is becoming widely recognized across the country for its enhanced beauty and long-lasting appeal.

Katie Dang is recognized across the country for her natural style and techniques when it comes to the evolution of the microblading industry. Dang has since dedicated her time to sharing her expertise and experience with students in an effort to change the game of blending, shading, and permanent makeup. For more information about the services Advance Microblading provides, please visit https://advancemicroblading.com/.

About Katie Dang and Advance Microblading: Having come to the United States at just 13 years old, Katie Dang watched her parents make a living in a foreign country and eventually started to work with them at her young age. In 2008, after opening her first beauty salon, Dang traveled to Vietnam to learn and master the art of permanent makeup. Now, since opening Advance Microblading in 2015, Katie Dang’s “passionate artistry, talent, knowledge, and expertise coupled with her advanced techniques” have now made her the most sought-after microblading and PMU artist in the Midwest.

As a leading microblading academy that teaches people how to become successful microblading artists, Advance Microblading is proud to be a company that supports the enhancement and changing of people’s lives. Katie Dang now focuses her time and her goals to “teach her students all of the techniques that she learned as well as what she has learned from her own experience,” to transform them into some of the best microblading artists. Katie’s work is featured on her social media channels like Facebook and Instagram and are enjoyed by thousands of people across the country for her 3D handstrokes, ombre powder brows, ombre microblading, and Katie’s signature of brow shading with microblading techniques in the front. Katie and her team at Advance Microblading are dedicated to helping students grow their passion for microblading as well as giving them the tools to succeed and become exceptional artists and world-changers in the beauty industry. For more information about Katie Dang and her skills, please visit https://advancemicroblading.com/about/.

Contact Info:

Katie Dang
Advance Microblading
13530 S Route 59 Unit 118 Plainfield, IL 60544
Office: 815-768-5714

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