Chicago Academy of Permanent Makeup accepts all forms of payment, including a PayPal Line of Credit.
Are classes are small; we accept only 8-10 students per class.
Every state has different requirements. In Illinois, you do not need to be an aesthetician or cosmetologist. Please refer to your local health board for your state’s requirements.
Each course comes with a FREE kit. Please refer to the course section to see what is included.
Yes. Each student must practice on 2 live models to complete the Microblading & Shading Fundamentals course, 1 live model to complete the Eyeliner course, and 1 live model to complete the Areola course.
In the state of IL you do not need a license. Please check with your state to verify their requirements.
Your ink will last you approximate 75 clients and your disposable tools (required in the US, unless you have an autoclave) will service 20 clients. If you charge only $250 per client that would be a profit of $5000.
There are some variables to consider when answering this question, such as how much you will charge and how much time you will dedicate to your practice.
These equations demonstrate some common scenarios:
$250 x 20 clients = $5000
$350 x 15 clients = $5250
$450 x 12 clients = $5400
Proper technique is of the utmost importance, any practice before class could instill poor skills sets. We look forward to providing you with your kit on the first day of class.
We provide a good morning spread (bagels, cream cheese, yogurt, & fruit) each day.
A Certification Celebration Luncheon will be held on your final day of the Microblading & Shading class only.
Although being artistic will give you advantages, it is not necessary to achieve your goals. Our teaching techniques will equip you with the skills you need to create beautiful results every time.
Everything you need will be provided in class; simply dress comfortably.
Class begins at 9:00 am and will finish by 6:00 pm each day.
A $500 dollar deposit holds your spot in the class. Final payment is due two weeks before the course begins. If you need to cancel, the nonrefundable deposit will be applied toward a course at a later date that you choose.