DUNIA GHABOUR TRAINING

LEARN A NEW CARRER IN MICROBLADING AND PERMANENT MAKEUP

FREE KIT

 

Receive a Professional Microblading Kit for up to 50 clients.

LIVE MODEL

 

Microblading & PMU courses allow you to practice techniques on both artificial and live models.

SUPPORT

 

6 months support to students and artist around the world. 

CERTIFICATE

 

Get Certified

in Class!

ASK US ABOUT OUR TRAINING 917-291-0588

LIVE MICROBLADING & PMU CLASSES

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Our microblading training course is an intensive workshop that includes  hands-on training where you will practice on synthetic and on a live model with Dunia Ghabour by your side at all time. We also offer workshops lip blushing, Aquarela lips and Microblading for professionals and those who are certified with the Basic Microblading Program. We limited courses to 1, 2 and 3 days in order to cover the most important information and techniques that you need the most to complete a microblading treatment.

STUDENTS WILL LEARN

  • Best way to stretch the skin 

  • How to hold and move the tool properly to give a natural soft curve strokes

  • How to draw eyebrows shape correctly using  Golden Compass

  • How to measure eyebrow symmetry application

  • Correct sitting position for the best Microblading result

  • Brow Stroke Pattern: you will memorize each and every strokes in the head, body, and tail of the brows

  • How to professionally talk to your clients to establish trust from them

  • How to practice safety and sterilization

  • Learn about the skin structure and natural regeneration

YOU WILL ALSO RECEIVE

 

  • 6 months support from instructor

  • Dunia Ghabour Kit Valued at $1200, includes the necessary tools to complete up to 50 clients

  • Theoretical & Practical instruction

  • One-on-One demo on live models

  • Work on latex skin simulations

  • Certificate of Completion

MASTER DUNIA GHABOUR

Dunia Ghabour is an entrepreneur of 15+ years in the beauty industry and founder of Dunia Ghabour Brow Design located in Westchester New York. She has taken her beauty knowledge and passion for the beauty industry for more than a decade and has traveled throughout the States and Internationally. 

Through her travels Dunia has positioned herself in holding several Master Classes Training Certification with the World's Best Permanent Makeup Artist in industry.

What Does a Permanent Makeup Artist Do?

As a permanent makeup artist you’ll use specialized ink and several different kinds of tools to create a long-lasting change to the appearance, complexion, and color of your clients’ skin. The most popular treatments involve lip pigment, eyeliner, lash enhancement, and work to the eyebrows, where you’ll simulate thicker, more defined hair through modern techniques such as microblading.

These common treatments are the ones you’ll learn first as a beginner and will perform most frequently in a salon, private studio, medical office or spa setting. Spas and salons, however, are not your only potential work environments, and these procedures do not represent the totality of the craft.

As a cosmetic tattoo artist, you might also employ microblading techniques to create the illusion of thicker hair on the head. You might work with burn victims or cancer survivors to conceal scarring after reconstructive surgery or mastectomies. You could also learn the skills necessary to hide pigment defects or create consistent color on multi-toned skin. 

Like everyone in the beauty industry, you’ll have to develop exceptional skills in hygiene, safety, sanitization, and cleanliness if you want to go far. Your success and reputation will be based on client perception, your level of professionalism, and the degree of confidence you instil.

What Are the Requirements for Enrolling in Permanent Makeup School?

The requirements vary by state and occasionally by program, but the following are common prerequisites:

  • A high school diploma, GED, or equivalent credential

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • A valid Social Security number and driver's license, passport, or other official ID

  • Bloodborn Pathogen Certificate of conclusion.

  • Some schools only take students who already work in a related field and/or hold a license in their area

What Does a Permanent Makeup Artist Do?

As a permanent makeup artist you’ll use specialized ink and several different kinds of tools to create a long-lasting change to the appearance, complexion, and color of your clients’ skin. The most popular treatments involve lip pigment, eyeliner, lash enhancement, and work to the eyebrows, where you’ll simulate thicker, more defined hair through modern techniques such as microblading.

These common treatments are the ones you’ll learn first as a beginner and will perform most frequently in a salon, private studio, medical office or spa setting. Spas and salons, however, are not your only potential work environments, and these procedures do not represent the totality of the craft.

As a cosmetic tattoo artist, you might also employ microblading techniques to create the illusion of thicker hair on the head. You might work with burn victims or cancer survivors to conceal scarring after reconstructive surgery or mastectomies. You could also learn the skills necessary to hide pigment defects or create consistent color on multi-toned skin. 

Like everyone in the beauty industry, you’ll have to develop exceptional skills in hygiene, safety, sanitization, and cleanliness if you want to go far. Your success and reputation will be based on client perception, your level of professionalism, and the degree of confidence you instil.

What Are the Requirements for Enrolling in Permanent Makeup School?

The requirements vary by state and occasionally by program, but the following are common prerequisites:

  • A high school diploma, GED, or equivalent credential

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • A valid Social Security number and driver's license, passport, or other official ID

  • Bloodborn Pathogen Certificate of conclusion.

  • Some schools only take students who already work in a related field and/or hold a license in their area

How Long Does It Take to Complete a Permanent Makeup Program?

It can take anywhere from a few days to a few years to complete a permanent makeup program. Sessions generally last between one to three days for each training session, but in some cases, short sessions are supplementary and based on the assumption that students are already licensed cosmetologists, estheticians, or other trained professionals.

In other scenarios you’ll start with a foundational program that teaches the basics, then sign up for different training sessions based on your areas of interest. Full programs, which allow you to start from scratch and are designed to meet state licensing requirements, will last much longer.

What Will I Learn in Permanent Makeup School?

If you are a beginner in permanent makeup school you’ll first learn the basics program, like safety, hygiene, and client and station prep. You’ll be introduced to the tools of the trade, which include coil tattoo machines, rotary pen machines, the non-mechanical hand method, and the inks, dyes, and pigments that will make your work a permanent fixture in your clients’ lives.

You’ll likely start out by learning the most common techniques, followed by more advanced training, including skin needling and microblading. There could also be specialty permanent makeup classes for advanced techniques included in your program, or you could opt to learn advanced skills on a session-by-session basis. These include high-level procedures like melanocyte restoration, burn scar camouflage, and areola repigmentation.

Other courses include, but are not limited to:

  • Safety, Sterilization, and Sanitization

  • Procedure Room/Station Setup

  • Procedure Before and After Photography

  • Procedure After-Care

  • Needle Selection and Usage

  • Makeup Artistry with Symmetry

  • Technical Application of Permanent Cosmetics

  • Anatomy and Physiology

  • Color Theory and Color Mixing

  • Skin Types, Colors, and Undertones

  • Client Consultation

  • Highlighting and Shadowing

It’s important to note that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires all workers who are exposed to blood to receive specialized safety training. This may be part of your program, or you might have to find a separate training course before you apply for your training and license. Tattooists specifically have to learn the appropriate protocols for handling infectious materials, waste disposal, and preventing the transfer of pathogens.

Enrollment

We offer different modalities of Permanent Makeup Classes. Classes can be paid in full upfront and or must be paid in full 15 days prior to the class date. If you like to reserve a spot deposit is $600 (non refundable) + Processing Fees (processing fee applies to all).

What Will I Learn in Permanent Makeup School?

If you are a beginner in permanent makeup school you’ll first learn the basics program, like safety, hygiene, and client and station prep. You’ll be introduced to the tools of the trade, which include coil tattoo machines, rotary pen machines, the non-mechanical hand method, and the inks, dyes, and pigments that will make your work a permanent fixture in your clients’ lives.

You’ll likely start out by learning the most common techniques, followed by more advanced training, including skin needling and microblading. There could also be specialty permanent makeup classes for advanced techniques included in your program, or you could opt to learn advanced skills on a session-by-session basis. These include high-level procedures like melanocyte restoration, burn scar camouflage, and areola repigmentation.

Other courses include, but are not limited to:

  • Safety, Sterilization, and Sanitization

  • Procedure Room/Station Setup

  • Procedure Before and After Photography

  • Procedure After-Care

  • Needle Selection and Usage

  • Makeup Artistry with Symmetry

  • Technical Application of Permanent Cosmetics

  • Anatomy and Physiology

  • Color Theory and Color Mixing

  • Skin Types, Colors, and Undertones

  • Client Consultation

  • Highlighting and Shadowing

It’s important to note that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires all workers who are exposed to blood to receive specialized safety training. This may be part of your program, or you might have to find a separate training course before you apply for your training and license. Tattooists specifically have to learn the appropriate protocols for handling infectious materials, waste disposal, and preventing the transfer of pathogens.

How Long Does It Take to Complete a Permanent Makeup Program?

It can take anywhere from a few days to a few years to complete a permanent makeup program. Sessions generally last between one to three days for each training session, but in some cases, short sessions are supplementary and based on the assumption that students are already licensed cosmetologists, estheticians, or other trained professionals.

In other scenarios you’ll start with a foundational program that teaches the basics, then sign up for different training sessions based on your areas of interest. Full programs, which allow you to start from scratch and are designed to meet state licensing requirements, will last much longer.

The Final Step: Getting Your License

In some states, you’ll have to be licensed as a tattoo artist before you can begin work. Others require you to obtain an esthetician’s license then pursue permanent makeup training on a specialty-by-specialty basis.

You’ll likely start out by learning the most common techniques, followed by more advanced training, including skin needling and microblading. There could also be specialty permanent makeup classes for advanced techniques included in your program, or you could opt to learn advanced skills on a session-by-session basis. These include high-level procedures like melanocyte restoration, burn scar camouflage, and areola repigmentation.

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