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Permanent Makeup Fundamental Theory, Permanent Eyebrows, Eyeliner, and Basic Lips Training

Instructor | Melba Czosnowski, Certified Permanent Cosmetics Professional and Trainer
Location | 8 Central Ave, Unit B Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Cost | $7,500 Deposit | $1500.00 (non-refundable) balance due 1 week prior to class start date
Seats | 4 Hours | 120
Dates 2018 | January 23rd-February 9th


Please email to enroll. (ATTN:Melba) You will be sent a student contract which must be signed and returned along with your deposit to hold your spot. You must be available to attend a minimum of 90% of all classroom days. If you miss a full day, makeup is required to receive your certificate (see contract for details). For additional inquiries or to schedule a tour, call 410-553-4624.


**Prior experience is not necessary to take this course. This is a beginner’s course that includes the most COMPREHENSIVE and INTENSIVE hands-on training available! It is recommended that you take an on-line OSHA approved bloodborne pathogens certification course before class starts. You will be required to have this certification before you can work on live models. Online courses are available.


You will learn:


  • Permanent Makeup/tattoo history (what’s in the ink/pigment)
  • Conducting comprehensive client consultations
  • Proper set up, sanitation, and sterilization procedures (a bloodborne pathogens certificate will be required before you can work on any live models). OSHA and CDC guidelines.
  • Color theory
  • All about machines, devices, and needles
  • Skin anatomy
  • Pre-care, during-care, and after-care
  • All about topical anesthetics
  • Eyebrow patterns
  • How to tattoo eyebrows, eyeliner, and basic lips (Stretch and depth techniques)
  • How to measure and pre-draw the face
  • Taking proper before and after photos
  • How to set up your business (marketing tips)


Class hours are Tuesday-Friday, 9am-6pm each day with 1 hour allotted for lunch (on your own). There will be reading/study materials and practice assignments that you will need to complete at home. Light continental breakfast, coffee, water, and snacks will be provided each day.


Day 1-4 (Focus-Permanent Makeup Fundamentals/Basics). Along with classroom work and practice assignments, you will be observing PMU procedures and client consultations this week.


Day 5-8 (Focus-Eyebrow Techniques to include hair strokes, powder, and combination brows). On Day 7/8, you will observe and work on live models (1 model per student provided by SCPCLLC). Touch ups will be performed by students 6 weeks post initial procedure. A minimum of 1 additional model will be supplied by each student and must be completed within 3 months of class start date.


Day 9-12 (Focus-Eyeliner and Basic Lip Techniques) On day 10/11, you will work on and observe live models. SCPCLLC will provide one live eyeliner model per student. Students will supply their own lip models. If unable to secure live models on these days, you will have 3 months to complete your hands on live model portion of the training. You must complete at least two live model applications per procedure to receive your certificate of completion. Latex skin will be your practice medium until you are ready.


**Full Lips is considered an advanced technique. Additional training and practice beyond this course will be needed. Follow up with your models will take place at SCPCLLC 6-8 weeks post initial procedure so you can see your healed results and adjust accordingly. The touch ups will be performed by you.


After completing your training:

On the last day of the Fundamentals Training, you will take a 100 question Permanent Cosmetics Final Exam. You must pass this exam with a minimum score of 80% to receive your 120 hours Permanent Makeup fundamentals training certificate including Permanent Eyebrows, Permanent Eyeliner, and Basic Permanent Lip procedures.


Your tuition includes: SCPCLLC course guide, SPCP handbook and workbook, training manuals, handouts, and workbooks, a Permanent Makeup Machine with supplies, practice materials (latex skin, mannequin head, pigment, needles, gloves, wipes, disinfectants, PPE, etc), student insurance, hands-on training, printed certificate, 3 months use of clinic for additional models and touch ups, additional observations, and hands on training completions (you supply models and must pre-schedule with office manager), lite breakfast, snacks, and coffee/water. Post graduate support will be available via email and/or phone for 1 full year past your 3 months of clinic access.


**We do not certify Permanent Makeup Artists, but we do prepare you with the tools necessary to become certified through the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals Organization.
**Please check with your local state and county regulations, as every state and county are different.
** It is the student’s responsibility to abide by all state and county rules and regulations and to know the governing bodies in your area.


Swan Consulting Permanent Cosmetics LLC
8 Central Ave Unit B
Glen Burnie, MD 21061