PERMANENT MAKEUP TRAINING

 PERMANENT MAKEUP TRAINING

Nationally Accredited Training Comes With A Nano Technology Digital PMU Machine and Tina Davies Eyebrow Pigment Set

Beginners Ultimate PMU Training Course (5 Days)

We offer accredited permanent makeup training to help you become licensed as a cosmetic tattoo artist. Our state of the art permanent makeup training with digital machines covers the dos and don’ts of eyebrow, eyeliner and lips.

Facial Esthetics Academy specialises in accredited cosmetic tattooing courses from beginner level to advanced. We offer a combination of foundation training as well as advanced courses to complement and expand your skills.

WHY CHOOSE OUR COLLEGE?

  • Progressive Permanent Makeup Programs where you learn the latest techniques in the industry
  • Official Distributor of well respected brands, pigments and machines
  • One on one practical training
  • Ongoing support after graduation
  • Future Credit is given for Advanced Classes
  • Only college to use digital machines, the latest sound reduced technologies
  • Trainers accredited through Society of Permanent Makeup Prefessionals
  • Flexible training days to suit your lifestyle
  • Access to the best equipment and supplies during your in person training
  • Free ongoing mentoring
  • Discounted prices for enrolled students for their future purchases on our e-store

Our trainers are industry professionals with years of experience who will guide you throughout your training. All training curriculum has been written and developed through consultation with industry experts like the Society of Permanent Cosmetics Proffesionals.

The course involves full-day of theory aided by instructional eyebrow, eyeliner and lip manuals, followed by four days of hands-on training, during which you will be mentored one on one by one of our trainers while you practice procedures and techniques on live models which we provide for you.

DIGITAL MICRONEEDLING/PMU MACHINE

New 2020 Model Nano Technology Permanent Makeup Machines are Perfect To Do Scalp Micropigmentation and Lip Tinting as well as BB Glow and Microneedling. One Machine For All Your Permanent Makeup Procedures and Facial Esthetics Applications

7 THINGS BEGINNERS SHOULD KNOW TO BECOME MASTER ARTISTS

Are you training to become a pmu artist or have recently completed a certification course? Congratulations! You’re about to enter an exciting career but here are some things you need to know to start your career on the right track.  

These tips are simple and may even seem too obvious but when followed with commitment, they will work wonders for you in the YEARS to come.  


1.ARTISTRY FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND 

You must remember, your business thrives on enhancing people’s looks. Which means if you can’t make someone look and feel beautiful, you have no business. The first part of the equation is making sure that you get really, really good at your techniques. No one will come to you if your work is not polished enough. This is why the quality of training you get is super important.  

Let’s break it down.  

Mastering Techniques 

Mistakes are inevitable and more than that, it’s an important part of your growth process. In mastering your permanent makeup techniques, be prepared to make mistakes. Do not be discouraged when you don’t get it right the first few times.  

Having said that, it will be helpful if you’re working hand-in-hand with someone who can guide you in these early stages of your career.Thats why in class trainings are essential in bulding a successful career.

Starting Your Business 

More than likely, the business side of things will take care of itself if you took the time to master your skills. But it is also important to receive business support from your training establishment. 

Building your business involves growing your clients, learning how to market yourself as an artist, and using social media to thrive in the pmu industry 


2. THE ARTIST’S MACHINE: MAKING YOUR MAGIC COME TO LIFE 

In art, they say it’s not always the tools that matter but how you use them. That is true in some cases but in pmu, you are working on people’s skin. Please keep this in mind at all times. It is not a canvas that you can throw away if the work isn’t good. As you’ve learned in training, permanent makeup is a kind of tattooing. Any mistake done on a client’s skin might stay on for years. There is the option of PMU correction but it’s always best to do work that doesn’t need one in the first place.  

The pre and post care products that you use will affect your client’s skin which in turn affect the quality of your work.  

Here are some of the most crucial things to consider: 

PIGMENT 

Using reputable pigment lines will ensure that you get the color and shade you envision for your client’s eyebrows, eyeliner and lips. In training, you will learn that pigment appears different from when it’s freshly applied versus when it is healed. Some pigments might not have the same expected results, especially when it’s incredibly cheap.  

Which pigment lines do your trainer and training establishment use? How about the industry experts? The quality of the product will also have an impact on their work. It doesn’t hurt to check their before and after photos on social media or website. Keep updated because there are always new products that will be more superior than older ones. 

PMU MACHINES 

Some permanent makeup machines allow beginners to do excellent work while others are more suited for experienced artists. If you’re more comfortable with your tools and are ready to experiment with more techniques, you need tools that have more versatility. We at Facial Esthetics Academy provide only the finest pmu machines to our students knowing that you will need nano technology to produce instagram worthy results


3. SHARPENING YOUR EYES 

Your progress is always visible and measurable. As you work on more clients, you will be able to see how much you’ve improved by taking photos. Always document your work from first application to healed results. Over time, you will have a sharp eye to determine if you or even other artists have done excellent work and see what else could be improved.  

But your eyes are not the only ones that should look at your work. Ask for feedback from the experts and be open when they offer suggestions. These experienced artists have seen and worked on maybe hundreds of brows. They they’ve mastered their techniques and they can help you perfect your craft. Trust their eyes. Your trainer will work closely with you so you can get critical feedback during your first procedures


4. GROWING WITH THE INDUSTRY. 

Permanent Makeup has opened doors to more career opportunities for artists than any other beauty specialization. Do not stay put. Ride on the growth of the industry or get left behind. Sure, you could be doing really well doing just one or two treatments but if you don’t get out of your comfort zone, your career will plateau or worse, go downhill. What this means is that new techniques are always emerging. Microshading has been making waves and recently, Nano Strokes.  

Our master instructor here at Facial Esthetics Academy recommends that artists take classes with the best pigments and machines. Here you will learn to master all the new machine methods like nano strokes and lip tinting. As you advance, you will also learn how to do combination brows and many more.  

Learning advanced techniques will help you expand your career and diversify your client pool. What if a client is not a good candidate for microblading? What if they want a bolder finish on their brows? Will you lose them and allow them to go to someone who knows machine work because you don’t? These are opportunities you will miss, and it will hurt your business in the long run. If you’re able to do multiple techniques, you will get more referrals because your clients know you can handle anything. Do not doubt it.  


5. PRACTICING SUB-SKILLS 

At this point, this will sound repetitive but listen: There is a difference between putting countless hours practicing your skills and deliberate practice.  

They say it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill. And yes, it’s important to practice as much you can but what counts more is practicing very specific skills. Lost? Read on. 

In any skill, there are a certain number of sub-skills to be learned. You learn color theory, hair strokes, pressure, control, among many others. These sub-skills are what make up one specialized skill. Allot yourself time to practice each of them as much as you can. More importantly, keep practicing them even when you think you’ve mastered your technique. Skills can decline. If you don’t keep doing them, it is possible to unlearn or forget them. Successful artists are always practicing. They never stop learning.  


6. COMMITTING TO THE ROUTINE 

What does this mean? In any type of work, there are always parts that you will find boring. Taking hygiene measures is one routine work for microblading artists. Making sure your work area is clean is also important. Whatever you do, never skip the routine work.  

Any oversight can cause great damage even if it’s as simple as forgetting to wash your hands. An artist who is really passionate and committed to their work is also committed to the simple and sometimes mundane tasks. Cleaning your work area after a treatment, wearing scrubs and gloves, they’re all little things but it says a lot about your character.  

This also includes being thorough when talking to your clients during their consultation. You will have to repeat the same information time and time again. It can get tiring and you will be tempted to skip some important details. Don’t do it. It is part of your job and your clients trust and pay you for information you provide as much as your service.  


7. INTEGRITY IS THE LIFELINE OF ANY BUSINESS 

Finally, as you grow, you will find that more people will trust you. It’s easy to get caught up in your initial success and take for granted why they trusted you in the first place. When you’ve reached a point where you have plenty of clients, you may think you no longer have to be careful about your business practices. This doesn’t always happen but some may start charging for more than what their services are worth thinking they won’t lose any business since they’re already established. They may start using inferior products and tools in order to earn more than what they are providing. You will see that in all types of businesses every day. This will only work for a limited time. People will start noticing, they will start talking, and they will walk away. Do not doubt it.  

Here at Facial Esthetics Academy, we foster creativity but most of all, we guide our artists to become successful pmu artists in all aspects of their practice. We welcome any question you may have about our training programs. If you’re ready to learn from the best, we encourage you to become our student. Get started today or contact us for more information.  

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