A: We are here to accommodate you. Yes it is mostly online depending on the course. Most of which is online is the manual, reading parts but if you need to come in or you get stuck we are here for you. The whole course you are one on one messaging with the Teacher. If at any point you get stuck, message her and if you are the type of student who needs hands on teaching, inform the teacher of your needs and we can schedule time for you to come in. Again we are here for you.
A: Yes, you will get the hours needed to be certified when taking our courses. You must spend 65 hours of manual education and 35 hours of practical.
A: You must only be 18 years or older. If you want to take Master Classes or Workshops you must first be certified and registered.
A: Once you finish your course you will get instructions on what to do next. Which consist of OSHA certification and tattoo registration.
A: Microblading is done with a hand tool. The natural look is done with a tattoo machine. Both techniques in the courses are taught with Microblading designs.
A: No, although the Microblading and Natural Look Course come with a practice package. There are machines and items sold in our Store on this website.
A: Yes, there are video demonstrations in the courses. Some courses like Paramedical and Scalp you must come in for the practical portion, which is included in the cost. All Workshops and Master Courses are done onsite.
A: After completion of a Certification Level I you may get OSHA certified and Registered with the Environmental Health Division.
A: Yes live models are done only in the Workshops, after Certification Level I is completed.
A: When you are Registered with the Environmental Health Division in your county which is stated in the course manual.