Welcome to our Semi-Permanet training . On this site, you will find everything you are looking for to begin your rewarding and exciting career in transforming lives.
What is permanent cosmetics? What does a tattoo makeup artist do?
Peranent make-up can be useful for men or women who wish to wear makeup, but cannot apply it easily because of reasons such as: allergic reactions to make-up materials, having vision deficits, suffering from tremors due to stroke or Parkinson’s disease, restrictions of precise movement due to arthritis or multiple sclerosis. Some alopecia sufferers rely on permanent makeup to fill in eyebrows. Permanent makeup may also be used to camouflage scarring on the face or other parts of the body. Some women elect for this cosmetic procedure simply to save money on cosmetics over time and save time each morning getting ready to head out for the day.
Permanent make-up applications begin to look their most natural a few short weeks after the procedure. However, the pigmentation of permanent makeup may fade over time, particularly under the effects of sunlight. It usually lasts for a decade or more before fading significantly, though. Touching up the makeup may be required to restore the original color.
Most permanent cosmetics applications can successfully mimic topically applied cosmetics, such as eyebrow pencils, eyeliner, lip liner, mascara and more . Before committing to permanent makeup, particularly if for convenience only, clients should be aware of the potential problems of later removal and complications that may ensue. As with the similar art of tattooing, permanent makeup may take several sessions and may present some minor discomfort (although many technicians will use a topical anesthetic to help reduce any discomfort).
Permanent makeup also commonly goes by the names permanent cosmetics, dermapgimentation, micropigmentation, tattoo makeup and cosmetic tattooing. Click the “Find Schools” button below to get started.
How do I become a permanent cosmetics artist?
Each state’s training and licensure requirements to be allowed to perform tattoo makeup services professionally are different. Some states have separate permanent cosmetics licenses, whereas others fall under the standard tattooer license regulations, and still other states don’t regulate this profession at all. Nearly all the state boards that offer licenses for this field require a minimum amount of in-school training hours. In some states this may be as short as a 1-day class or weekend seminar, whereas other states may require up to 300 or more hours to get licensed. However, the amount of hours required may vary from state to state. Also, a small handful of states allow you to apprentice in a permanent cosmetics clinic to get some or all of your training hours.
With Semi-Permanent makeup, you will enter the most gratifying and confidence building career of your life. Whether it is restoring the natural beauty to a woman’s face you will change her life.
Our graduates have boundless opportunities, all which have proven to be lucrative. They may choose to work in a medical practice, Medi-spa, salon (where legal), tattoo shop, become a free standing entity or any combination thereof. Beau Institute offers continuous support in your business development. A marketing segment is delivered during your Permanent Makeup Training to insure your full understanding of these options and approaches for a successful business.