Tashi Brow Studio

8308 Preston Rd. | Inside Imagique Hair & Spa Building 200 | Suite #259 Plano, TX
Contact: 940-337-9080 |

Basic and Advanced Course Curriculums 

100 hrs. (35 hrs. pre-classroom, textbook instruction + 65 hrs. in-studio classroom instruction)

At the end of your course, you will:

-Be aware of all OSHA sanitization and sterilization requirements

-Be able to identify face shapes, skin types, and skin disorders

-Understand how to use permanent makeup (brows, eyes, lips) 
to shape and change the face

-Understand color theory

-Be aware of the needles, ink, tools, and technology
available, and how to choose which to use on your next client

-Be well versed in before and aftercare instructions, and be

knowledgable in how to prep future clients with said instructions

  • 1.  Introduction to Permanent Cosmetics
      1. History of tattooing as it applies to permanent cosmetics
      2. Overview of the different types of machines and devices available
    1. Consultation
      1. Client profile
        1. Analyze character of client and client selection
        2. Client expectations
        3. Discuss overall aspects of permanent cosmetics
      2. Medical history/client information form
        1. Identify potential problems from permanent cosmetics
        2. Determine when physician review is advised
      3. Consent forms
        1. Discuss informed consent
        2. Liability issues
    2. Office set-up
      1. Physical setting
        1. General Equipment
        2. Table, chair, work surface, lighting
      2. Building codes
    3. Disinfection and sterilization
      1. Equipment
        1. Discuss acceptable forms of sterilization
        2. Disinfectants and antiseptics
      2. OSHA and CDC guidelines (or comparable) regarding bloodborne pathogens
      3. Technician safety
        1. Hand washing
        2. Hepatitis B vaccination
        3. Gloves – Nitrile only, no powder
      4. Proper handling of devices, needles, and pigments
      5. Sanitary measures during procedure set-up
      6. Sanitary measures during procedure clean-up
    4. Client preparation
      1. Pre-procedure care
        1. Preparing the client’s skin
        2. Ways of marking the skin
      2. Anesthetics and physician relationships
    5. Color and pigment theory
      1. Knowledge and use
      2. Pigments
        1. Preparation, mixing
        2. Storage
    6. Skin anatomy
      1. Composition/layers
      2. Healing process of skin and its care
      3. Diseases, disorders and conditions
        1. Infection
        2. Herpes simplex, shingles
        3. Moles, warts, freckles
        4. Psoriasis, eczema, rosacea
        5. Reactions
    7. Machine/Device theory
      1. Review machine (device) for technical aspects
        1. Operation and maintenance
        2. Use: speed, pressure, angle
        3. Trouble-shooting
      2. Evaluate capabilities of devices
      3. Only one type of device will be taught at the fundamental level once a preferred method is established
    8. Needles
      1. Appropriate needle selection and applications
        1. Groups, numbers, and configurations
      2. How mechanically used in the skin
      3. Maintenance
        1. Check for damage
        2. Storage and disposal
        3. Preparation for sterilization if not pre-sterile when purchased
    9. Photography
      1. Rationale
      2. Equipment and methods
        1. Clarity
        2. Presentation
    10. After care
      1. Client follow-up
      2. Forms and instructions to provide
    11. Procedure experience: mimimum of one of each complete procedure, performed on live model: eyebrows, eyeliner (optional at fundamental level – lip liner, shaded lip liner only)(at trainer's discretion with input from student, procedures may be performed two times)0
      1. Review issues, discuss
        1. Facial morphology
        2. Variations
      2. Work on practice medium
      3. Hands-on live model work – no shared models permitted.
        1. One trainer to one student only.  If more than one student, only one will perform hands-on work at a time, supervised by trainer.
    12. Business set-up
      1. Basic business and marketing guidelines (optional)
      2. Legal requirements
      3. Insurance/liability

Class tuition of $6500 with practice machine includes:

3 textbooks, brow pigments, eyeliner pigments, 30 microblades, practice fake skin

Class tuition of $7500 includes new machine (student keeps machine) and:

Classroom is fully equipped with sanitary gloves, wipes, masks, disposable uniforms, all items 

needed to perform procedures.

3 textbooks, brow pigments, eyeliner pigments, 30 microblades, 

Machine needles(1,3,5 liners, 10 of each needles total 30), practice fake skin.

Includes 5-year support for student after completing 100 hours training course. 

A student will likely need support upon beginning her/his practice; 

I will provide support for one full year via classroom visit, phone, text, 

email, and Facebook group.  After the first year, support will be provided for the remaining four years

through Facebook group. 

Non-refundable $4500 is required before scheduling the class; 

the remaining balance is required before start of class.

*Beginners please send an e-mail first to TASHIBROW@GMAIL.COM in order to register