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Semi Permanent Make Up Course

Semi Permanent Make Up Course

Regular price £2,500.00 GBP
Regular price £3,000.00 GBP Sale price £2,500.00 GBP
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Can you train with us?:

Our Semi-Permanent Makeup Course is fully comprehensive and open to all, whether you are a beauty professional or new to the industry. You will learn the basic knowledge and process for a Semi permanent makeup treatment (eyebrows, eyeliner, and lips).

  • The course duration is 4 full days at our academy (30 hours home study)
  • The kit is not included in the price (in addition, you can buy the starter kit from us which is cost £500)
  • CPD accredited course (Fully recognised by leading insurers
  • Course with home pre-study
  • The ultimate course content with all leading SPMU techniques
  • This class has a maximum of 4 students
  • Free ongoing support 24/7
  • Learn from our expert tutors with decades of experience
  • Practice on live models
  • No hidden costs

Course Contents & Structure:

Our Semi-Permanent Makeup Course is designed to ensure every permanent makeup student is trained to become skilled, confident and knowledgeable when they leave us and start their own career.

– Introduction to permanent makeup
– History of art and permanent makeup
– Overview of different types of machines and devices available and their differences and benefits

Colour and pigment theory

– Understanding the colour wheel, Fitzpatrick scale and how to match the correct colour to the skin tone of the client
– Pigment preparation, choosing pigment, mixing, storage

Makeup application

– Face mapping and how to pre-draw
– Understanding of correct methods of permanent makeup application
– What should and should not do when applying permanent makeup

Anatomy of skin

– Understanding of skin composition and layers
– Care and healing
– Skin diseases, disorders, infection, scars, moles, psoriasis, eczema, allergies

The tool, machines, and products

– Appropriate needle selection, configuration
– Maintenance, correct insertion, identify needle damage storage of needle, disposal, and preparation for sterilisation

Sanitation, sterilisation and hygiene

– Equipment sterilisation
– Disinfectants and antiseptics
– Prevention of cross-contamination and infections
– Proper handling of hand tools
– Proper wearing, all disposables

Client consultation

– Client profile, analyse and enquire about clients’ desires, expectations
– Discuss the overall aspects of permanent makeup
– Medical condition
– Understanding of patch tests before permanent makeup and allergies

Consent form

– Discuss informed consent
– Medical Questionnaire
– Liability issues
– Understanding of storing clients’ consent forms

Skin preparation

– Preparing client’s skin for permanent makeup

Procedure experience

– Work on latex skin
– Observe the procedure (demonstration)
– Hands-on work using live models


– Forms and instructions
– Clients follow up


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