132 Hour Fundamentals of Permanent Makeup

Colorado's Premiere Permanent Cosmetic Training Program

Built from the ground up to teach the most current cutting edge techniques

Choosing The Right 132 Hour Training Program

In order to do microblading and other permanent makeup in Colorado an artist must first be a licensed esthetician or cosmetologist. Then take a 132 Hour Fundamentals of Permanent Makeup course from an approved school, like Accent Beauty Academy, LLC.

Colorado law further states all 132 hours are “contact” hours and must be taught in the classroom. No allowance or credit can be given for “homework” etc. outside of the classroom. This is to your benefit, getting it done “faster” is not going to make you a good artist. Our course completely covers all the areas and hours required by law and is fully approved by the Colorado Division of Private Occupational School Board.

Colorado only gives schools a broad outline of the required subject matters and required hours as follows….

1. Sanitation, Sterilization and Safety: 12 Hours
2. Skin Analysis: 8 Hours
3. Equipment and Supplies: 8 Hours
4. Color Theory and Effects: 32 Hours
5. Client Consultation: 8 Hours
6. Application of Pigment: 64 Hours

Beyond those guidelines schools are mostly free to design the 132 Hour course as they see fit. As a result, the who, what and how in each program will vary widely from school to school, even though all students end up with the same “132 Hour Certificate”.

The trainings, certifications and skill level of instructors will vary.  Colorado does not mandate any particular PMU techinques to be taught, so for instance, some schools will include microblading training and others do not. This allows our trainng to include the most current cutting edge techniques, equipment, pigments etc. from around the world. There are no old school “sharpie” eyebrow techniques taught in our program. Permanent Makeup has advanced tremedously in the past few years and continues at a fast pace.

At Accent Beauty Academy we feel it is vitial to your future success as a PMU artist to learn all four of the fundamental techniques. Therefore, we teach:

  1. Microblading / Hair Strokes (and combo brows – microblading with shading)
  2. Ombre / Powdered Eyebrows (good for almost every skin type)
  3. Lash Line Enhancement Eyeliner
  4. Full Lip / Lip Blush

Microblading is the number one requested permanent cosmetic procedure and you need this skill to get your phone to ring and grow a robust permanent makeup practice.

Choosing the right PMU program is a personal decission and many factors will go into your final choice such as, class start dates, schedules, times and cost etc. At Accent Beauty Academy I believe we have put together a top program. Who and where you train with will ultimately have a major impact on your future success as a PMU artist.

Permanent makeup is a high level skill, that when done well can be life changing for the artist and their clients. Accent Beauty Academy’s chief instructor, Alesya is a highly trained and skilled permanent makeup artst and instructor. I encourage you review her many credentials here. With multiple, internationally recognized and respected master training certifications, dozens of 5 Star student reviews and over 450 5 Star client reviews. We strongly recommend you look closely at the personal client work and student work done by the PMU instructor. Take the time to understand what quality PMU work reallly is and looks like. You can see hundreds of real client and student photos at Instagram.com/AccentBeautyAcademy

The following are the details of our 132 Hour Fundametals of Permanent Makekup course. After successfully completing the training you will be legally permitted to perform permaent makup in Colorado and should be able to obtain insurance coverage.

132 Hour Fundamentals of Permanent Makeup Course

 

The training is designed to build your knowledge and skills in an orderly manner. Training is generally spaced out 2 days a week (8 am to 6 pm) over 7 weeks so students are not overwhelmed in a short period of time.

As part of the course you receive the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals 400+ page student textbook (available in Spanish) and 100+ page workbook. This is a valuable resource of accumulated industry knowledge you can refer back to during your career.

You will learn both manual techniques microblading (and combo: microblading and shading) and machine work (ombre eyebrows, lash line enhancement eyeliner and lips). 

Here is the general breakdown of the training days and sample schedule and subjects:

(The order in which the 4 procedures are taught may vary)

Week 1: 
Day 1: Sanitation / Sterilization / Safety /  Rules & Regs / Intro to Microblading
Day 2: Skin Analysis / Equipment / Client Forms and Consultation

Week 2: 
Day 3: Color Theory and Effects
Day 4: Color Theory and Effects / Microblading

Please note during weeks 3, 4, 5 and 6 student model days are broken into small groups on different days. Students only come to the theory day and one model day each week. Which model group you will be in is determined by your enrollment date. We will confirm each student’s model days as early as possible before classes start.

Week 3: 
Day 5: Lips: theory, latex practice and Live Model Demonstration by instructor
Day 6: Student Lips – Live Model
*(If due to COVID-10 restrictions, we can not work on live lip models, only lip Theory and Latex practice will be taught. You will need another microblading model instead of a lip model)

Week 4: 
Day 7: Ombre Eyebrows: theory, latex practice and Live Model Demonstration
Day 8: Student Ombre Eyebrows – Live Model

Week 5: 
Day 9: Lash Line Enhancement Eyeliner:  theory, latex practice and Live Demonstration
Day 10: Student Lash Line Enhancement Eyeliner – Live Model

Week 6: 
Day 11: Microblading Eyebrows (and combo: Microblading with shading)
Day 12: Student Microblading Eyebrow – Live Model

Week 7: 
Day 13: Recap / Application of Pigment – Students 5th live model, your choice of procedure i.e. microblading, ombre, lash line or lips
Day 14: Overview of touch ups / and or annual color refresh / Final Exam / Wrap Up / Certificates

You will need to provide 5 models, one for each of the above days that are in bold and say: Student … Live Model. The times your models will need to arrive will be determined on Day 1. Some models will be in the morning, some in the afternoon. One model can do more than one procedure (except for eyebrows of course). Your 5 models ideally should not have prior permanent makeup on the procedure area. We will discuss what else makes for a good model the first day of class. There is a $20 additional fee per model ($100 total) to cover blades, needle cartridges, personal protection equipment and model aftercare products. You can have your model pay  or you can pay the fee.

You must complete an approved online Bloodborne Pathogens course prior to starting class. The fees are about $25 and take about 2 hours online; a list of approved courses will be provided at enrollment. This training is required by Federal OSHA rules, Colorado state / local laws and our insurance. You will also need to provide proof of either a Hepatitis B vaccination or sign a waiver form. It is strongly recommended that you obtain the 3 shot HEP B vaccination series if you have not previously been vaccinated.

The tuition is $4,800 (+3% for credit card, PayPal or other financing fees etc.). A fully refundable $1,000 deposit is required to save your space in a class.  (Unaffiliated 3rd party financing may be available with approved credit.)

The course fee includes the student textbook and workbook, a kit with microblading tools, blades, pigments etc., a permanent makeup machine, power supply, RCA power cable and needle cartridges for practice, topical anesthetic numbing cream, various latex practice pads and other miscellaneous items.

The school provides all necessary and required personal protection equipment (PPE) needed to perform all the procedures. All you need to bring to class is a great attitude and a willingness to learn.

 We hope to see you in one of our classes.

For questions call Mike, the school’s licensed enrollment agent, directly at 303-521-7900

 

Schedule of 2021 Start Dates:

January 11, 2021 – Sold Out – wait list only

March 8, 2021  – Sold Out – wait list only

May 10, 2021 –  Sold Out – wait list only – Finishes on June 22nd

August 16, 2021 – 1 spot left  (1st 4 days are consecutive; Mon, Tue, Wed & Thu) finishes September 21, 2021

October 4, 2021 – Finishes November 16, 2021

Accent Beauty Academy, LLC is Approved and Regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Division of Private Occupational School Board. This course has been approved by the board. After successfully completing this course you will be legally licensed to do permanent makeup in Colorado. (You must also maintain an active Colorado esthetician or cosmetology license to do permanent makeup.)