$1,299 for a Two-Day Permanent-Makeup-Tech Course at Organic Permanent Makeup ($2,999 Value). Two Dates Available.

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Course teaches color theory, drawing techniques, equipment sterilization, and legal requirements

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$1,299 for an Express Certified Permanent-Makeup-Technician Master Course ($2,999 Value)

Choose from the following dates:

  • Sunday, September 1, and Monday, September 2
  • Sunday, October 6, and Monday, October 7

Students learn core fundamentals of makeup application, including drawing techniques, color theory, using and sterilizing equipment, marketing, and abiding by the law. The course aims to have students immediately ready to begin work as a certified technician; additional classes may be required for those who don't pass certification. Classes take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days.

Organic Permanent Makeup

Lorine Mikhaeil leads a busy life. A trained nurse and a certified permanent makeup artist, she helms Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM) as well as Zena Day Spa, Derma Blush, and American Permanent Cosmetics Institute. But no matter how busy Lorine gets, she always takes her time with her clients.

At OPM, Lorine uses a semi-permanent organic ink to expertly define brows, lips, eyelids, and even areolas for those affected by breast cancer. This metal-free formulation gives her greater control when she is applying the ink into the upper dermal layer. During these treatments, Lorine uses an advanced power pin and for brows a specialized hairbrush stroke method that she invented herself, which gives the illusion of 3D brow strands. To ensure clients are inked with complementing colors, Lorine refers to the Fitzpatrick skin type chart to make sure brows match their skin tone and auras.

Though OPM's name focuses on one service, the boutique spa's menu is brimming with a range of other aesthetic treatments. Strands stand no chance against OPM's three hair removal systems, which include waxing, threading, and laser hair removal. Alternately, dermal fillers and microdermabrasions keep complexions firm and looking younger than a toddler holding a newborn dolphin.

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