Powder Brow Micropigmentation Course

Powder Brow Micropigmentation Course

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Powder Brower micropigmentation course

I promise you will be ecstatic with your decision to train through Touch of Elegance Studio and Training as we offer unlimited, continual support throughout the entirety of your permanent makeup career.
- Melissa

Course includes a complete training manual for powder brow training with all the waivers for you to use. A kit worth over $1500 (includes rotary machine, safety membrane needle cartridges, anesthetic, aftercare creams, ILOVEINK pigment set from Tina Davies, and many more procedural items that you will require to complete your appointments) as well as a certificate of achievement.


This course is a 1:1 class and can be flexible with dates.
1 day pre reading at home and 2 days in person.
2nd day of class you will have 2 models, both instructor and student led.


A deposit of $500 is required to hold your seat in class. This is non-refundable & non-transferable and will be applied to the total cost of your course. The remaining balance must be paid the first day of class at registration via cash, etransfer, debit, or credit. If you wish to pay ahead of time you may e-transfer the remaining balance plus taxes. You can pay for the deposit here. 

Potential earnings

Average Cost of an powder brow procedure $400
Weekly Income Based on 5 Clients per week $2000
Monthly income based on 5 clients per week $8000
Annual Income $96,000
*Numbers are based on your pricing set up, your geographic location, and your client base*

All my micropigmentation courses are packed full of basic fundamentals, along with advanced techniques and information. Please do not get overwhelmed at everything you see you will be learning; I promise you will be leaving your course fully confident and ready to take on the world with your new career and skill!

Here is a list of some of the wonderful things that you will learn during your course:



What are powder brows? 

Types of brow procedures What is the lifespan of a cosmetic tattoo? 

Why do people choose micropigmentation? 


Skin anatomy 


Why do we have eyebrows?  

What role do genetics play in our eyebrows? 

Facial muscles, nerves, and blood supply 

Facial anatomy vs brow shapes 



Scarring on the treatment area 

Keloid and hypertrophic scars 

Fillers and botox 

Oily skin and large pores 




Autoimmune diseases 

Pigment migration 

Laser tattoo removal 

Saline tattoo removal 

Accutane and retinoid products 


Pregnancy and breastfeeding 

Wound healing 

Lymph fluid 

Fitzpatrick scale 

Skin thickness 

Undertone vs overtone 


Color Theory

The color wheel 

Color theory 

Pigment theory 

Titanium dioxide 

How to choose a color 

What is modification? 

What is a modifier? 


Machine and Needle Theory

Needle configurations 

Needle speed 

Needle hang 

Membrane backflow 

What you will need 

Your workspace 

Your set-up 

Mapping and preparing the brows 


Stretching the skin 

Your machine 

How to clean and sterilize your machine 

Power sources 

Whip shading 

Whip shading practice Pigment implantation sequence 

Your appointment in sequence 

The color bloom 



Safety and sanitization 


Business Building


Re-ordering product and ongoing support 


Congratulations and certification 

Waivers and FAQ 



Thank you so much for your interest, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. 

Melissa Knutsvik, Head educator