Permanent Cosmetics Training Curriculum
This comprehensive course is designed to teach the student the art of permanent cosmetics. Graduating students will be confident and proficient in performing eyebrows, eyeliner and lipliner.
- Know sanitation, sterilization, and OSHA standards
- Understand color theory
- Learn skin anatomy
- Understand blood borne pathogens
- Learn permanent makeup application techniques
- Master conventional and new needle configurations
- Understand eyebrows and eyeliner
- Perform procedures on live models
- Learn basic marketing strategies
Danvers, MA: February 23, 24, 25 and 26, 2019
Our program aims to prepare highly qualified permanent makeup artists, able to aptly work with the “hand” method of permanent makeup. Under the supervision of Julia Dziuk one of the World’s best renowned permanent makeup artist, the students perfect their skills to become a confident and successful artists!
The Program is taught in the state-of-the-art facilities, which creates the most effective and efficient learning environment for visual, auditory, and tactile learners! The class size is limited to 12 students. There is a 3:1 student/Instructor ratio.
This Program is 100 hours. 30 hours of bookwork, 4 days totaling 40 hours in classroom which includes theory, demonstrations and hands on practice, 3 days totaling 30 hours of live model work and clinic observation (this segment is overseen by an instructor in the clinical classroom, which is individually scheduled after the initial 40 hours). Classes begin at 9 a.m. and end at 7 p.m. Clinic hours are 9:00am-10:00pm.
Prior to class start we will be sending out a Manuel for you to read and notes to take which will fulfill 30 hours of bookwork.
Day 1 – 10 hours including Theory, demonstrations and hands on practice.
Day 2 – 10 hours including Theory, hands on practice and live model work.
Day 3 – 10 hours including Theory, hands on practice and live model work.
Day 4 – 10 hours including Theory, hands on practice and live model work.
Day 5 – 12-13 hours Clinic observation and Model work
Day 6 – 12-13 hours Clinc observation and Model work
Day 7 – 4 hours Clinc observation and Model work
Days 5, 6 and 7 are scheduled on an individual bases at a time convient for the student and intructor. The remaining 30 hours of clinical classroom has to be completed within 30 days of the initial 4 days (40 hours) of theory and hands on.
Students, who complete the entire Permanent Makeup Program, receive a certificate of completion.
Class tuition is $4000.00 for. A $1000.00 deposit with your application is required at time of booking. Deposits are non-refundable and may only be rescheduled one time within 2 months. Full tuition is due 4 weeks prior to class start. The tuition includes training manual, materials, and supplies necessary to learn permanent cosmetic procedures.
For decent credit, use AvantCredit (Credit Scores down to 640)
For credit challenged, use Winship Lending (Credit scores under 600)
Student Enrollment Agreement
The Student Enrollment Agreement is available for download or request by Email.
1. Click Icon to download your student enrollment agreement
2. Print the form and fill out COMPLETELY
3. Send the form to:
Pigmenta Student Enrollment
581 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116
or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.