A comprehensive course that covers everything from machines (rotary and coil), needles, solid fill, soft shading, crisp lines, pigments and trouble shooting.
8 Sections with 35 Lectures including 55 Videos!
Featuring the Xion-S
Private, students only Facebook group
Optional Completion Certificate
Most permament cosmetic courses are quite short (some are as little as 1-3 days) and only teach the very basics of fundament permanent cosmetic tattooing. Many new techs are left with their head spinning when they come across other techs work in forums and they don't understand the different needle types and techniques being referenced.
This course is designed to pull back the veil and introduce the student to fundamental and advanced techniques used by tattoo artists and how they can be used in permanent cosmetic tattooing.
You will learn:
- All about machines. From manual tools to rotaries and coils. The differences, the similarities, pros and cons and how to choose the right machine for you.
- All about needles. What is the difference between a #12 and 0.30? a bug bin or a long taper? Rounds, Liners, Magnums, Stacks, Curves and more
- Depth and Angle
- Speed and Power
- Techniques for crisp lines
- Techniques for solid fill
- Techniques for blending colors
- Techniques for shading and transitioning
- Techniques for layering
- Pigments: The difference between tattoo INK and pigment, how to choose a pigment line
- Putting it all together and how it will improve your permanent cosmetic work
***Please note that this course DO NOT cover basic fundamentals for permanent cosmetic tattooing. This course DOES NOT contain information about proper protocols for tattooing the eyes, lips or brows, color theory, skin theory, medical complications and contraindications. This course is intended as a supplemental course for PMU techs and tattoo artists who have already completed a basic training or apprenticeship and are looking to improve their knowledge and techniques. This course is not a substitute for a basic fundamental training. Before you start working on a live human being you should have completed a minimum of a 100 hour fundamental course or apprenticeship equivalent. You should have proper licensing and permits based on your local requirements and have proper insurance. TeachMePMU and its employees are not responsible for any mishaps which may result from improper tattooing as it is the responsibility of the student to make sure he/she is in proper comlaince with their local laws. ***
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Angela Torresiani, CPCP.
Angela Started her career as a tattoo artist in 1997. She has worked in Columbus Ga, Tacoma Wa, Stuttgart Germany and her hometown NYC. She started her permanent makeup journey in 2003 and has since become a permanent cosmetics trainer, speaker, author and is currently president of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals. Her years as a tattoo artist bring a unique perspective to her permanent makeup training
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