This Machine & Needles webinar is presented by Halcyon Cosmetics very own Permanent Cosmetic Professionals and Certified Trainer, Stephanie Wilson CPCP CTAE & moderated by Kelly Hallam RTNM CPCP
In this Webinar we will guide you through machine types and their differences, universal needles and understanding sizing, configurations & labelling plus the best type of pigment for machine shading. We will also showcase 3 common techniques for machine brow shading plus needle choices for technique and machine handling tips.
This webinar covers:
- Types of Machines available for PMU - We do not discuss particular brands
- Needles - Types, sizes, tapers, textured & understanding packaging
- Showcase machine shading techniques - Whip/nano, Pointillism & Traditional
- Machine handling - Speed, Angle & Depth for different techniques
- The skin & healing - How your needle choice and technique affect healing.
- Correct depth for pigment type
- Basic colour & pigment composition theory
- Difference between organic & inorganic pigments / When to use.
WEBINAR RECORDING - From Monday 27th July 10am PST *After payment you will receive a link to register for the webinar recording within 24hrs.
All participants will be given access to Halcyon Cosmetic Student Facebook group with on-going support and access to videos of the shading techniques.
You will gain knowledge of key fundamentals and techniques for machine permanent makeup and the confidence to choose the right needles.
An incredible value for a limited time offer of $149 for our first webinar version of this course.
For more information on the 2 Day Microblading to Machine conversion class hands-on training and all other upcomig classes please Click here or contact us at directly at email@example.com
Such an in-depth training and well done! I really enjoyed how detailed they were and didn’t push any particular product. Anyone in the pmu Industry should take this course!
I now feel confident in picking and choosing the right needle for my machine work. I am a year into PMU and still felt in the dark but was too afraid to ask in some social media groups. Thanks ladies!