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Permanent Makeup Training

Training with InkCharm Studio is suitable for anyone who is interested in the art of permanent makeup, no special license is required.  Current training opportunities in permanent makeup focuses on the eyebrows.

 

A standard training session is $2800.00 per student and includes hands-on training.  See below for an overview of the curriculum covered during training. 

MODELS

Models are often needed during training sessions.  Models will have the opportunity to watch an experienced trainer demonstrate the technique of microblading, and be part of the actual practice segments in permanent makeup. 

 

If you are interested in this opportunity, a $100 deposit and a photo of your eyebrows will be required to hold your spot for the training session (see results page for an example of type of photo requested) .

 

On the designated training day, your deposit will be refunded after the session is completed. You are required to remain for the entirety of the session, which is approximately 3-4 hours long.

 

Please contact us to be added to the waiting list. 

FUNDAMENTAL CURRICULUM FOR BEGINNER TECHNICIANS AND ADVANCED TECHNICIANS 

Introduction to Permanent Cosmetics

Overview of the different types of machines and devices available 

Consultations

Client profiles

Analyze character of client and client's selection

Review client expectations

Medical history/client information form

Identify potential problems for permanent cosmetics

Determine when physician review is advised

Consent forms / Discuss informed consent

Liability issues

Office set-up & physical setting

General Equipment - table, chair, work surface, lighting

Building codes

Disinfection and sterilization

Discuss acceptable forms of sterilization

Disinfectants and antiseptics

OSHA and CDC guidelines (or comparable) regarding blood-borne pathogens

Technician safety

Hand washing

Hepatitis B vaccination

Gloves – Nitrile only, no powder

Proper handling of devices, needles, and pigments

Sanitary measures during procedure set-up

Sanitary measures during procedure clean-up

Client preparation

Pre-procedure care

Preparing the client’s skin

Ways of marking the skin

Anesthetics and physician relationships

Color and pigment theory

Knowledge and use

Pigments

Preparation, mixing

Storage

Skin anatomy

Composition/layers

Healing process of skin and its care

Diseases, disorders and conditions

Infection

Herpes simplex, shingles

Moles, warts, freckles

Psoriasis, eczema, rosacea

Reactions

Machine/Device theory

Review machine (device) for technical aspects

Operation and maintenance

Use: speed, pressure, angle

Trouble-shooting

Evaluate capabilities of devices

Only one type of device will be taught at the fundamental level once a preferred method is established

Needles

Appropriate needle selection and applications

Groups, numbers, and configurations

How mechanically used in the skin

Maintenance

Check for damage

Storage and disposal

Preparation for sterilization if not pre-sterile when purchased

Photography

Rationale

Equipment and methods

Clarity

Presentation

After care

Client follow-up

 

Review issues, discuss

Facial morphology

Variations

Work on practice medium

Hands-on live model work –

Basic business and marketing guidelines (optional)

Legal requirements

Insurance/liability

 

Mapping of the face for shaping

Color choosing

Patterns for microblading

Troubleshooting

Brow Designs

Color correction

Microblading and Manual Microshading

FOR ADVANCED TECHNICIANS

Machine Use

Ombre technique 

Microshading

Powder technique 

Saline removal

Machine color camouflage for  correctional work

Create perfect skin color for correctional work

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