Permanent Makeup Apprenticeship
Students who have successfully graduated from the Pigmenta Permanent Cosmetics Program can participate in an apprenticeship program. It can be tailored to meet your individual needs. Under guidance of an Instructor you will be able to build on your strengths and work on your weaknesses. It will help to provide you with confidence and knowledge for your career in permanent cosmetics.
Students are required to complete 12 models within a 12 month period. After successful completion of the program the students will receive a certificate stating that he/she has completed a “One year apprenticeship program” or 200 hours of Apprenticeship. The fee for the one year/200 hour apprenticeship program is $5000.00. This includes 12 individual hands on practice sessions on live models. Additional hands on practice sessions can be scheduled as needed for an additional cost. Each student participating in this program will be fully insured for the year.
There are varying regulations in regards to tattooing and some cities and states may require an apprenticeship in order to obtain licensing. It is in the Students best interest to train under a Master so you can have on-the-job training. Please click on this link to see the requirements in your state: https://www.spcp.org/us-state-legislative-information/
Hands on practice on live Models:
Students may schedule their models to be done at one of our facilities under the Instructor’s direct supervision. The charge for each hour is $325.00 (12 sessions are included if you have signed up with our Apprenticeship Program). This program is by appointment only and is designed as an addition to our one year apprenticeship program. Individuals who have taken courses outside of Pigmenta and need hands on training for licnseure in their state or town, refreshing of skills or need practice to be more proficient are welcome to participate after they have attended our Fundamentals Permanent Makeup Course (PMU 101) . Please call to enroll. Models can be provided by Pigmenta or the student.
Many states have limited permanent Cosmetic law regulations. It is the student’s responsibility to understand and comply with state and local health department laws.