Dermal pigmentation, commonly known as tattooing, has been present for centuries in our cultures for the purpose of body adornment. The implanting of pigment, color, and/or dyes intradermally results in permanent alteration of tissue to gain a cosmetic effect.  The pigmentation effect is obtained by a procedure in which minute, metabolically inert pigment granules are mechanically placed beneath the epidermis. When the procedure utilizes with Hand tools, Rotary pen or Digital equipment  the appropriate term is micro pigmentation.   We use PHI
( GOLDEN MEAN) technic to design the eyebrows.  To learn more about techniques and teaching methods click here
An education in permanent cosmetics entails the application of color to the following areas: Eye Lining, Lip Lining, Lip Filling, Eyebrow,
Technic for eyebrow: Feathered, and Micro-blading also, known as micro-stroking
Microblading Fact Note:
Is it tattooing? 
With the sudden popularity and media attention to the term microblading, many are led to believe microblading is not a tattoo process. Permanent cosmetics, micropigmentation, dermal implantation, microblading/microstroking, eyebrow embroidery, and long-time/long-lasting makeup, are all different names for the same procedure – cosmetic tattooing. Any time color is placed into the skin with any device, it is a tattoo process as defined by many well informed regulators, the medical community, and dictionary sources. Denying this process is a tattoo can be problematic for those who would, for religious or other personal reasons, normally refuse to have a tattoo.
Course outline
Permanent Cosmetic  with Microblading  90 hours
Introduction history of tattooing,Modern day tattooing Machines and devices, needle, Anatomy, color theory, Transmission cycle of infection diseases, Immunization , Sanitation and disinfection, safety, Blood- borne pathogen standard. Anesthetics, Equipment, Professional standards, Permanent cosmetic tattooing, Virginia laws and regulation (obtaining VA license
Who are the most likely Candidates?    
Mico-Pigmentation ,Frequently Asked Questions    

The Maryland, District of Columbia and Virginia Board of Cosmetologists required 600 hours to qualifying as an Esthetician. To learn more about our classes and services click here

In our Esthetic program, you will study : Career Opportunities- Professional Image and Ethics-  History of Skin Care and the use of Cosmetics- Bacteriology & Sterilization and Sanitation- Cell, Anatomy and Physiology- Physiology and Histology of the Skin- Skin Analysis & Extractions- Skin Disorder- Chemistry for the Esthetician and Product Knowledge - Ingredient and Product Analysis- Nutrition and the Health of Skin- Client Consultation , Client Preparation and Draping- Facial Massage Techniques – Comprehensive Reflexology Massage- Male Facials - Advanced Facial Treatments – European Facial- Art & Practice of Stone Massage – Cosmetics / Color theory Make-up application- Eyelash and eyebrow tinting - Removal of Unwanted Hair Waxing face ,body and Brazilian- Threading ( the ancient art of hair removal)-  Advanced Topics in Aesthetics- Body treatment – Body wraps – Cellulite treatment – Body Scrubs- Salon Business, Advanced Equipment, Products and Technology and much more. 

Master Esthetician or Medical Esthetic
District of Columbia and Virginia Board of Cosmetologists required 600 hours to qualifying as a Master Esthetician.
Orientation, advanced business subjects, and infection control State laws, rules, and regulations
Advanced anatomy and physiology 
Advanced skin care and advanced modalities
Advanced procedures and chemical exfoliation
Lymphatic drainage
Advanced chemical peels
Photo facial light therapy


Permanent Make-Up (Nano Microblading)
Master Esthetic
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Speed Waxing
Eyelash Extension