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Permanent Make-up isn't just beauty. It's science.
Between identifying undertones and correcting previous work, the chemistry of ink can be complex — but it doesn’t have to be.
With our new education course, Science Behind the Ink, gain the ability to speak about permanent cosmetics with confidence and become a trusted consultant for your clients.
A trusted & reliable source
Taught by award-winning Brand Director and industry revolutionary, Anne Marie Rubino, this class is brought to you by our team of chemists, quality and safety experts, manufacturing specialists and seasoned artists.
Industry pioneers have combined forces to bring you the knowledge YOU deserve.
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Now, artists of any skill level can begin transforming their careers one pigment at a time.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The purpose of this course is to gain a greater understanding of the science behind the inks in the permanent make-up industry. We seek to inform our students about the basic chemistry of pigments and the processes in place to ensure safety and reliability for both our artists and our clients.
Perma U is Perma Blend's Education Platform, with courses designed by color experts and led by award-winning Brand Director and Master Educator, Anne Marie Rubino. Dive deep into technique, procedures, and the science behind industry-renowned pigments.
Yes, at the conclusion of each class, you will receive a certificate of completion. The certificate of completion does NOT replace local, state, or federal requirements for certification, nor does it authorize professional practice.
Each class is suited for new and seasoned artists desiring to expand their knowledge of PMU. Each class is taught by a community of industry experts with field expertise.
You do not need machine experience for all Perma U courses. You will need experience for some of the courses.