• A. Micro pigmentation intro

    • Tattoo history
    • Development and description of devices used
    • Regulations by state
    • Insurance
  • C. Chat session

    • Evaluation of patient
    • Picture taking
    • Evaluation within a clinical setting
    • Faqs
    • Before and after procedure care
  • E. Artistic techniques & preparing of client

    • Coherence
    • Face structure
    • Information before procedure
    • Skin marking
    • Topical anesthetics applied
    • Lips, eyebrows and eyeliner application techniques
  • G. Proper forms reviewed

    • Forms for new clients
    • Before and after care forms
    • Permission forms
    • Picture release forms
    • Free from harm release forms
  • I.Taking care of clients after procedure

    • Appointment follow up
    • Expectancies of clients
    • Recommending the product
  • K. Materials used for studies

    • Training guide
    • Description for program
    • Starting process

  • B. Setup of clinic

    • Room for treatment
    • Furniture, instruments and supplies
  • D. Sterilization, sanitation and health requirements

    • Adheres to osha & american red cross standards
    • Sterilizing of equipment used
    • Sufficient needles, devices and pigment handling
    • Sterile precautions taken during the setup and clean-up procedure
    • Infection and disease control
  • F. Theory used for color selection

    • Color correction techniques
    • Pigment selection process
    • Trained in preparation, mixing and storage of materials.
  • H. Makeup needles

    • Application and selection of needles
    • Disposal and storage of needles
  • J. Procedures practiced

    • Procedure for eyebrows
    • Procedure for eyeliner
    • Procedure for lips

Day 1

Day 1 Design used for Creating Brows

eyebrow-tattoo3Students will learn how to apply permanent makeup in order to create eyebrows. We will cover which kinds of topical anesthetics should be used in numbing brows. We will also teach students to save both money and time by mixing colors and forming the shape of the brow while the client is waiting for the numbing effect to kick in.

Shaping of Eyebrow

Here the student will learn the correct way to draw eyebrows. We will show the proper technique to use for color selection, placement, and symmetry. These techniques are based on the old adage, “Brows are sisters, not twins.” Helping a client to understand the importance of brow makeup – and that it is not simply a matter of matching brows – can be a tricky process. We give sample scenarios and tips that can be used when having these conversations.

Techniques for Applying Brows

The students will get to perform an instructor-assisted eyebrow procedure. They will learn and practice different techniques, including stretching. This procedure will also highlight the differences between hair stokes eyebrows and traditional brows.

Techniques for Applying Eyeliner

This section teaches all the ins and outs of effective eyeliner application techniques. Eyeliner application is one of the most daunting aspects of training for many students, but here we show that it is actually one of the quickest and easiest procedures.

Getting Ready

In our permanent makeup training, students will learn about a person’s eyes as well as the eyelid structure. The importance of proper topical anesthetics is stressed during this preparation stage.

Practice Makes Perfect

The rocking motion of the hand tool technique can be tough to master. We will help students practice the correct movement, enabling them to perfect their skillset.

Applying Makeup on Live Model

Students will work with their instructor to perform an eyeliner procedure on a live model. Stretching techniques are crucial to a successful eyeliner application and students will practice those here. They will use hand tools and ensure that their client’s eyes are both safe and comfortable while practicing the technique.

Day 2

Day 2 Full Lip Techniques & Lip Liner Techniques

Various lip liner procedures have been used over the years, though it is still seen as a process rather than a procedure. We will cover all possible issues with regards to this realm of makeup application – and will also show students how fun (and good for their wallet!) it can be.

Preparing Yourself Then Your Client

It is important that both professionals and clients have a proper understanding of the procedures to follow in regards to lips. Here we cover the critical differences to consider when working with lip tissue as opposed to facial skin. We will also delve into color theory in this section.

Applying Various Lip Techniques

Students will learn how to choose and mix the right color when utilizing various lip techniques. We will also teach when (and why) to use each technique in order to achieve optimum results.

Day 3

Day 3 Mock Exam on Practice: Brows; Eyeliner; Lips

Adhere to OSHA’s Standard and Body Art Regulations during procedures, especially during set up and tear down. Performance will be graded on all aspects of the procedure including application techniques, proper use of machine and equipment, etc. Students must pass with at least 75% or will be required to retake the exam.


Students can choose up to 3 procedures

Model must qualify for the procedure – ask about any medications taken in the past 30 days/or chronic health issues. Model must be at least 18 years of age and sign a model consent agreement.