Permanent Cosmetics Training & Education for Professionals
Permanent Makeup is one of the most profitable and sought after services in today’s image conscious market. Experts in the field consider it one of the fastest growing fields in the beauty and medical aesthetic professions today. Pigmenta offers a 4-day, 40 hours comprehensive hands-on training Permanent Make-up. Training and Classes are offered to licensed professionals in the beauty and medical industry.
Our goal is to provide a practical hands-on experience with a solid theoretical base, that will allow our students to learn the technical skills needed to practice permanent makeup, both safely and efficiently. All students completing the basic course satisfactorily will receive a certificate from Pigmenta as a SofTap® techncian, so you can start working in the prestigious and lucrative field of the Permanent makeup Industry.
Currently there are 4 types of methods being used and taught in the permanent makeup industry. The traditional tattoo coil machine, the rotary pen machine, the digital machine and the hand-method.
Julia teaches a highly evolved and unique Hand Method Application called SofTap®. This method ensures the most natural looking permanent cosmetic results. The Hand Method is the most precise and gentlest way to implant permanent color into the skin. By using small hairline strokes, the technician can mimic individual hairs for eyebrows, and can create a thicker lash line and give the lips an enhanced look that looks like make up and not a tattoo.
The procedure is done without a machine or stencils and is customized to clients using the same principles valued by plastic surgeons and make up artists.
Tools and Technique
SofTap® uses hypoallergenic ion-oxide based pigments in a variety of shades to guarantee the perfect custom color that the body won’t reject. Unlike machine methods, the superficial application deposits the pigment no deeper than the layer of skin that rejuvenates itself, therefore allergic reactions, color bleeding and discoloration after fading is not an issue.
Advantages of the Hand Method