Everything you will need to know to start a successful career in permanent cosmetics and microblading

 

Module 1: Intro to the Course and Paperwork

Module 2: Intro to Permanent Cosmetics and Microblading

Module 3: Required Reading and Resources

Module 4: Microbiology: Microorganisms, viruses, bacteria, fungi; transmission cycle of infectious diseases; and characteristics of anti-microbial agents.

Module 5: Immunization: types of immunizations: and general preventative measures to protect the apprentice and client.

Module 6: Sanitation and disinfection: definition of terms; use of steam sterilization equipment and techniques; use of chemical agents, antiseptics, disinfectants, and fumigants; use of sanitation equipment; preservice sanitation procedure; and post-service sanitation procedure.

Module 7: Safety; proper needle handling and disposal; how to avoid overexposure to chemicals; use of material safety data sheets (SDS); blood spill procedures; equipment and instrument storage.

 Module 8: Blood Borne Pathogen standards: OSHA blood borne pathogen standards; control plan for blood borne pathogens; exposure control plan; overview of compliance requirements; and disorders and when not to service client.

Module 9: Professional Standards: client preparation; record keeping; client health history; consent and disclosure forms; sanitation and safety precautions; HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 Privacy rule) standards;

Module 10: Setup and Equipment; instrument selection and use; proper use of equipment; material selection and use; needles;

Module 11: Establishment Licensing: State Board inspections and requirements.

Module 12: Anatomy: understanding the skin; and parts and functions of the skin.

Module 13: Eyeliner; history, anatomy, equipment and tools, color theory, proper placement and measurements, application practices, considerations, troubleshooting issues, clean up, aftercare specific to procedure 

Module 14: Eyebrows and Microblading: history, anatomy, equipment and tools, color theory, proper placement and measurements, application practices, considerations, troubleshooting issues, clean up, aftercare specific to procedure 

Module 15: Lips and Lipliner: history, anatomy, equipment and tools, color theory, proper placement and measurements, application practices, considerations, troubleshooting issues, clean up, aftercare specific to procedure 

Module 16: Keeping Clients: after care; followup appointments; complaints; troubleshooting

Module 17: Business Essentials: LLC documents; professional insurance; bank accounts; accountant;    

Module 18: License Requirements: checklist; renewals

Module 19: Test Preparation and Review

Module 20: Business Promotion and Beyond

Bonus Module: Thank you and Continuing Education Opportunities