Basic Permanent Makeup Course
Our world-renowned permanent makeup artist and instructor, Anna Kara, answer all your questions about permanent makeup below.
What is Permanent Makeup?
Permanent makeup or cosmetic tattoo involves using a pen containing an effective pigment to tattoo the skin to create a natural look. The tattoo mimics a lipstick or an eyeliner. It can also mimic the look of thicker and darker eyebrows. In addition, it hides scars and evens out the skin tone.
What are the Various Types of Permanent Makeup?
The permanent makeup industry keeps evolving depending on new trends and client demands. Nowadays, celebrities and civilians have different permanent makeup options based on their desired goals. Popular permanent makeup options include:
Permanent lip tinting
Combo hair stroke
What is Basic Permanent Makeup Course?
This basic permanent makeup course gives you access to Anna Kara’s best-kept secrets on the most effective PMU techniques for lips, eyebrows, and eyeliner. This intensive introductory PMU course will provide you with a better understanding of PMU, including machines, pigments, needle configuration, skin properties, safety, etc.
Who Can Enroll in Basic Permanent Makeup Course?
Our basic permanent makeup course is ideal for both experienced artists and beginners.
How many Days Does Your Basic Permanent Makeup Course take?
The course duration is six days/ 50 hours. We also have a one-day brand marketing course as a bonus to help you market your PMU business.
What Will I Learn in the Basic Permanent Makeup Course?
This basic permanent makeup course with a highly experienced PMU instructor, Anna Kara, will equip you with the skills and expertise to start your PMU makeup journey. Not only that, but you will also get a starter kit, practice on latex, and a model. Here is a breakdown of our basic PMU course.
The first day focuses on theory, including an introduction to basic makeup, basic micropigmentation, safety, and sterilization. Our friendly and experienced instructors will also guide you on infections, anesthetics, machines, needle configuration, skin properties, and organic and inorganic pigments.
You will also discover the difference between tattoos and permanent makeup. Finally, you will practice and draw on latex.
Day two focuses on the body. Our instructors will introduce you to color theory and share their secrets on mixing colors for the best results. Moreover, you will learn about the anatomy of the skin, skin characteristics, skin types, and client consultation. Additionally, our instructors will guide you on troubleshooting, pre-procedure care, post-procedure care, technical application, consent, and medical forms. Before the day ends, you will have the chance to practice and draw latex.
The focus will be on the lips and eyeliner on the third day. You will be introduced to mapping and procedure algorithms before practicing and drawing on latex and a model.
Instructors will introduce you to eyebrows on the fourth day. Some topics you will cover include mapping and procedure algorithms. Afterward, you will practice on a model and latex.
This is the day you will have the chance to test your skills and knowledge by practicing and drawing all three areas on two models.
Finally, you will sit for the final exam on one model and theory.
How Much Does Permanent Makeup Course Cost?
Click here to discover how much our basic permanent makeup course costs.
Will I Get a Starter Kit After Completing the Course?
Students who complete our basic PMU course get a starter kit and PMU machine for the first 15 clients. Our goal is to help you kick-start your PMU career as quickly as possible.
Do You Offer Practice on a Live Model or Mannequin?
We offer practice on latex and live models to enhance your skills and technique. Please note that training on a model is subject to trainer approval.
Why Should I Enroll in Your Basic Permanent Makeup Course?
Becoming a permanent makeup artist is the right career choice for you if you are looking for a flexible hustle that maximizes your earning potential and allows you to impact your clients positively. As a permanent makeup artist, you will have valuable skills to help your clients feel natural in their bodies.
You can use your PMU skills to help them achieve the body they desire. Above all, completing this basic permanent makeup course gives you the certification you need to stand out in a crowded industry.
How Can I Get Started?
Are you ready to realize your earning potential and positively impact your clients daily? If so, you can book online now.
Is it Hard to Become a Permanent Makeup Artist?
Learning permanent makeup does not have to be difficult with the right attitude and world-class instructors.
How Do I Promote My PMU Business?
We offer a bonus one-day brand marketing course to equip you with skills on how to promote your PMU business and land your first client.