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You know what's trendy nowadays? It's that effortless "woke-up-like-this" no-makeup makeup look. We women often dream of rolling out of bed, getting ready in under ten minutes, and being good to go. Imagine not having to spend ages on makeup and actually being truthful about "Be ready in 5 minutes." Well, guess what? I'm here to spill the beans on how to kickstart your career in permanent makeup – from choices, qualifications, to future earnings
So, what's Permanent Makeup, you ask? It's also known as micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, where tiny needles deposit pigment onto your skin. Basically, it mimics your favorite makeup items like brows, liner, and lips.What can I do as a
What Can You Do as a Cosmetic Tattoo Artist?
You can create permanent eyeliner for that perfect cat-eye look, fill in brows for a flawless appearance, apply permanent lip makeup (liner, lipstick, or tint), give people freckles all year round, or even offer the BB glow treatment for a consistent and permanent foundation effect.
How to Become a Permanent Makeup Artist
First things first, to kickstart your career, you need proper Training and Education. Invest in an accredited school to build a strong foundation and improve your skills.
Next, undergo Health and Safety training. Permanent makeup may not be surgery, but it involves breaking the skin. You have a responsibility to your clients, so learn about sterilizing equipment and maintaining a clean environment to avoid contamination.
Lastly, get certified and licensed. You'll need to qualify through your training and apply for the necessary permits to operate your business legally.
How Much Can You Earn?
Wondering about the money? Well, according to ZipRecruiter, the average annual salary for a Permanent Makeup Artist in the United States is around $55,000. But here's the exciting part – in this growing industry, as you showcase your skills and amplify them, you can earn even more!
Beginner-Friendly Permanent Makeup Machines
These machines are the latest, equipped with a Japanese motor (one of the best in the industry) and are incredibly lightweight and comfortable to use, feeling like a pen in your hand.