Permanent Makeup Course in Florida

Microblading and Permanent Makeup

The latest fad in the makeup world is the focus on eyebrows. With the makeup industry quickly rising and becoming more and more popular, people have become less satisfied with their natural eyebrows. While simple makeup fixes such as pencils and pomades can temporarily fix this issue, people still desire a way to achieve an ideal eyebrow that won’t have to be applied daily. Microblading is the answer. This technique is a simpler and less invasive form of tattooing where pigment is implemented under the skin in the form of small hair strokes. This gives the effect of actual eyebrow hairs. The results of microblading can last up to three years with proper touch ups every six months to a year. Because upkeep is minimal and no daily makeup is required, microblading is a highly demanded procedure. At Gulf Coast Academy, you will learn to master this technique in order to give your patients the eyebrow shape and fullness they’ve always dreamed of.

In addition to microblading, we will teach you other types of permanent makeup that many clients desire such as hair stroke eyebrows, lip liner, eyeliner, etc. Another procedure we train that is in high demand is eyelash extensions. This technique gives clients semi-permanent, fuller lashes that need minimal upkeep. This procedure is very popular, especially for those with small or thin lashes.

What Do You Learn in Permanent Makeup Training?

Permanent makeup is a creative and growing industry that attracts individuals who want a career tattooing for cosmetics reasons. Permanent makeup is the art and science of using tattoo artistry to apply cosmetic looks more permanently than one’s daily makeup routine.

Students of permanent makeup school will learn how to tattoo to recreate the look of cosmetics such as:

  • Microblading
  • Eyebrow Tattoo (hairstroke)
  • Shading
  • Eye Liner
  • Lip Liner

Permanent makeup artist training programs teach the skills through in-class lectures and courses, as well as through hands-on training in student clinic environments.

What courses will I take to become a permanent makeup artist?

Many permanent makeup artist training programs teach the skills through in-class lectures and courses, as well as through hands-on training in student clinic environments. The actual curriculum your future school will have may vary, but some of the courses you may take to train to become a permanent cosmetician include, but are not limited to:

  • Safety, Sterilization & Sanitization
  • Procedure Room/Station Setup
  • Procedure Before & After Photography
  • Procedure After-Care
  • Needle Selection & Usage
  • Makeup Artistry w/ Symmetry
  • Technical Application of Permanent Cosmetics
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Color Theory & Color Mixing
  • Skin Types, Colors & Undertones
  • Client Consultation
  • Highlighting & Shadowing