– With Kit: £4,800
– Without kit: £3,600
If you’re looking at starting a career in permanent makeup for brows, then you’re in the right place. Our
industry-leading training will give you the skills to create semi-permanent hair stroke and shading brows
using a digital machine so you can add semi-permanent eyebrow tattoos to your treatment offering. You
will also learn to create long-lasting eyeliner and lip blush enhancements during this training course
using a digital SPMU machine. You’ll learn a range of techniques; permanent eyeliner for clients who
want to enhance their eyes and permanent lip blush, liner and lipstick for clients looking to add natural
definition or colour. This course allows you to offer more versatile treatments to suit a range of clients.
WHAT IS PERMANENT MAKEUP?
Permanent makeup is the practice of cosmetic tattooing specially formulated pigments into the skin to
create long-lasting effects for the brows, eyes, and lips. The pigment is implanted using a digital machine
to ensure the pigment is placed at the optimum layer of the skin to look beautifully natural.
– Health & Safety
Comprehensive information and clarity on how to protect your client, and yourself.
– Skin & Anatomy
A thorough overview of anatomy and physiology of all areas you’ll be tattooing
– Client Consultation & Aftercare
How to ensure your customer is happy with the treatment outcomes, plus how to ensure their style will be long lasting
– Colour Theory & Pigment Retention & Correction
Learn how to mix shades, how deep to implant the pigment, and how to ensure it lasts
– Structure, Design & Artistry
How to create structure, shape, and texture specific to brows, eyes, and lips. Plus, advanced brow
– Tools of the Trade
How to get the best out of your tools
Duration: 4 Days in class training
It is your responsibility to ensure that you can gain adequate insurance, before booking this course. We do recommend you contact your insurance company to find out what their requirements are, as they change all of the time. If you do not have an insurance company we recommend Insync Insurance.
It is very important to make sure you have the right qualifications and the VTCT Level 4 Certificate in Micropigmentation as it’s recognised qualification, both in the UK and worldwide and is seen as the highest standard you can reach with certification.
More councils and local authorities are tightening up the requirements for their registration, so it is a good time to start thinking about Level 4 – even if your council is fairly lenient at this stage.
The micropigmentation industry is very competitive, so for those of you wanting to stand out within the industry, the VTCT Level 4 in micropigmentation will help to achieve this, as well as being recognised by all major insurance companies, councils and regulatory bodies.