PMU Brow Artistry

$3,500

3 Days

Sessions

Winter:

February 26 – 28

Spring:

April 24 – 26

Summer:

To Be Announced

Fall:

To Be Announced

Description

Learn the five most popular Permanent Makeup techniques for brows; these techniques include Nano Brows, Realism Brows, Combination Brow, Magic Shadow, and Ombre Brow. Discover the strengths of each permanent makeup technique, how to customize each technique, and when to use them. Each of these techniques creates a different effect for your client. Understanding them helps you to create brows that your clients feel confident and comfortable with.

Taught by Master PMU Artist Lauren Spencer, this brow training course, Permanent Makeup Brow Artistry, is one of our most popular. Lauren is one of the most sought after PMU Artists in Toronto. She is often booked two to three months in advance. Learn her secrets on how to become a world-class brow artist and how to develop a thriving PMU business. 

Elevate your career with PMU Brow Artistry at Lashforever Canada.

Course Objectives

The Kit and Contents

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Meet Your Instructor

Lauren Spencer is a Master PMU Artist. She has been offering training for over ten year and has travelled around the world learning advanced techniques and refining them. This is an opportunity to learn from one of the best PMU Artists in Canada. Lauren’s superb reputation and undeniable skill enable her to charge $900 for PMU Brow Services.

Three Step Training

STEP 1

ONLINE TRAINING –
THEORY & PRACTICE

Two weeks prior to registration, students receive access to Online Training. Students are expected to complete their Online Training prior to the training date. There are online exams that must be completed, graded, and passed before the training date.

STEP 2

IN-CLASS TRAINING –
REAL LIFE PRACTICE

Theory review, practice drawings and techniques on paper and molds with Lauren. Perform the service on models. Receive immediate feedback on pressure, colour use, and strokes from the model and Lauren. This part of the training is the most difficult and, often, most valuable.

STEP 3

ONLINE FOLLOW-UP –
Q&A TIME

One week after the training, Lauren conducts a Zoom meeting with the students from the week before. This is a Q&A time, where students are encouraged to bring their questions to Lauren. It’s also an opportunity for students to hear from other students and learn from them.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. PMU Brows is one of the most frequently requested and lucrative services that a spa can offer. Completing just one client per day can have a profit of $400, which most people can have as their only type of income and be comfortable. (Lauren is currently charging $750 as a Master PMU Artist).

You will practice on two live models with us. Then you need to complete two more models and have their pictures approved before receiving your certification. Once you graduate you can begin offering the service. Initially, most recent graduates offer the service at 50% while they improve their technique. When you feel confident, you can begin to increase your pricing.

Absolutely not! Anyone can take this course. You need to be willing and ready to learn, and, of course, to work hard. PMU Brow Artistry will provide you with a certificate that will allow you to practice semi-permanent make-up and will set you up with the foundation to build a successful career.

Most technicians charge around $450 per session and do two services per day. You can complete four services per day if your schedule was completely booked. Depending on your lifestyle, and the amount of time you want to spend working, this career can offer a financially rewarding lifestyle.

Having a natural talent for anything you do is always a bonus. That being said, don’t underestimate what you can achieve from listening, learning, and practicing. We have had several students enrol afraid of semi-permanent make-up and upon completion become our best and most successful graduates. You can accomplish what you put your mind and effort to.

Yes, we require our students to work on models in class. It is an important element of learning and helps create your confidence and to fully understand the technique and how to properly work on clients from proper station set up, hands on and how to carry out health and safety protocols.

At Lashforever Canada, we exclusively Artliner and Amie, German made Machines and Pigments.

Europe has the highest level of Health and Safety protocols for machines and pigments manufactured in Europe. We believe in quality, safe machinery and modules. Offering our students nothing but the best.

Powder brows, also known as ombre brows, are a PMU technique designed to create a soft, powder makeup look that subtly fills in your eyebrows. The procedure involves using a cosmetic tattooing device to implant pigment into the upper layers of the skin, resulting in a gradient brow effect. The technique can be customized to provide a light, medium, or heavy makeup look depending on the individual's personal preference. The front of the brow remains lighter while it gradually gets darker towards the tail, thereby giving a beautifully defined yet natural appearance. Powder brows are a great solution for those who desire a fuller, well-shaped brow without the daily hassle of filling them in.

Both Nano blading and Microblading are popular techniques used in the field of semi-permanent makeup to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. However, they differ in their application technique, the tool used, and the results they achieve. Let's take a closer look at these differences:

1. Technique and Tools Used:
Microblading involves the use of a hand-held tool with a blade formed of tiny needles. The artist uses this tool to make small cuts in the skin in the shape of eyebrow hairs and then fills these cuts with pigment. The result mimics the appearance of natural eyebrow hair.

On the other hand, Nano blading (also known as digital microblading) uses a digital machine that powers a needle to implant the pigment into the skin. The needle used in Nano blading is much finer than the blade used in Microblading, which allows for the creation of even more precise and finer hair strokes.

2. Pain and Healing:
Since Nano blading uses a finer needle and causes less trauma to the skin, it is often considered less painful than Microblading. The healing process for Nano blading can also be quicker and smoother, with less swelling and redness post-procedure.

3. Results:
Both methods aim to create a natural-looking, fuller set of eyebrows. However, the results can vary based on the technique used.

Microblading offers somewhat bolder and more distinct strokes, which can be ideal for those who prefer defined and prominent eyebrows.

Nano blading, due to the finer needle, provides incredibly fine, crisp, and natural-looking hair strokes. It's often preferred by those who desire a very natural look to their brows, almost as if no treatment has been done.

4. Suitability:
Microblading is generally suitable for all skin types. However, Nano blading is often recommended for those with sensitive or oily skin as the procedure is less invasive, and the results tend to last longer on these skin types.

In conclusion, both Nano blading and Microblading are effective techniques for enhancing eyebrows, but the choice between the two should be based on individual skin type, pain tolerance, desired results, and the artist's expertise. Always consult with a professional artist to decide which procedure is best for you.

What are Powder Brows?
Powder brows, also known as ombre brows, are a PMU technique designed to create a soft, powder makeup look that subtly fills in your eyebrows. The procedure involves using a cosmetic tattooing device to implant pigment into the upper layers of the skin, resulting in a gradient brow effect. The technique can be customized to provide a light, medium, or heavy makeup look depending on the individual's personal preference. The front of the brow remains lighter while it gradually gets darker towards the tail, thereby giving a beautifully defined yet natural appearance. Powder brows are a great solution for those who desire a fuller, well-shaped brow without the daily hassle of filling them in.