Practice on 9 Models
In order to become a successful permanent makeup artist, it’s important to practice on a variety of models.
This Apprenticeship Program will help you to sharpen your skills and show you how to handle your first clients.
We also provide supervision the entire time, so that you can get feedback and learn from your mistakes.
Why Do You Need 9 More models?
Get Real Time feedback
No one is perfect when they start something new. In fact, the best way to learn is to practice and to make mistakes. This is how you’ll develop the skills you need to be successful.
Don’t forget, practice makes perfect. This is especially true when it comes to permanent makeup. Being able to have an expert give you suggestions as you are doing the services helps you to become better faster.
The more models you do, the more confident you’ll be. The more confident you are, the more likely you are to continue your growth in this industry.
Who Are Your Models?
More than just practice
We recommend finding your own models for the apprenticeship program.... WHY?
It helps springboard your PMU Career in a number of ways. It shows yourself that you are taking this new career seriously and you can accomplish it.
Furthermore, it gives you 9 people you can upsell a different service to or at least get paid a touch up fee when they return to you.
Lastly, its free marketing material as the clients are a walking billboard and will most refer people to you instead of us.
WHO WILL YOU LEARN FROM?
Esther's journey into the beauty industry started as a child. While growing up, her mother, a business owner of two nail salons would bring Esther to work and open her eyes to the world of beauty and service.
After much soul-searching as a young adult about her future career path, Esther decided to go to Esthetics school, where she graduated from Christine Valmy in 2010. Shortly after, she pivoted to practicing permanent makeup and obtained her 100 hour fundamentals certification in 2013. A life-long learner, Esther regularly takes additional courses. She makes it her mission to take at least two courses annually because she wants to stay closely up to date with the rapidly changing trends of the beauty industry.
Esther is herself a client of permanent makeup and experiencing how it simplified her morning routine first hand really motivated her to help other clients with the same needs. Especially for mothers, she understands how stressful it can be in the morning.
AAM Board Certification
Apprenticeship Program is Necessary for AAM Board Certification in New Jersey
What is AAM?
AAM is short for American Association of Micropigmentation. Since 1992, the AAM has been supporting Permanent Makeup Artists who wish to continue their education, network with other professionals, and stay up-to-date with industry news.
Do I need to be a member?
You only have to be a member if you are a Permanent Makeup Artist in New Jersey.
What is Required for New Jersey AAM Board Certification
- 100-hour Micropigmentation Fundamentals Training Certification (machine brows, eyeliner, and lips) from an approved AAM or SPCP Instructor
- Bloodborne Pathogen Certification
- Letter of Apprenticeship (5 brows, 5 eyeliner, 5 lips)
- Liability Insurance ($1M aggregate/$1M per occurrence/$1M products completed)
- Sample of Client Intake Forms
- Gold NJ Exam (online)
- Test Fee
Melissa - Student
“Esther is one of the best teachers I have ever had. She is really patient. Not coming from an artsy background, she sat with me for hours....”
Need Fundamental Training?
Join Our 100 Hour Fundamental Course For The Best Training
Required for AAM Accreditation
100 Hour Fundamental Course
Learn the three fundamental courses of permanent makeup that will set you up for success. Everything you need to know about design, color theory, skin types, products, and so much more will be taught to you. Live model practice is also included!
- 3 Eyebrow Models
- 3 Eyeliner Models
- 3 Lip Models
- Full Time Supervision
- Required for AAM Certification
- Learn Eyebrows
- Learn Eyeliner
- Learn Lip Blush
- Live Model Practice
- Required for NJ Gold AAM Certification
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