Are you training 1 on 1 or in a group of students?
Classes need to be kept as small as possible, as the learning is very intense and you will need a lot of individual attention throughout the days you train. When looking at the amount of days training you get for your money you need to take into account the quality of those days training.
You could have 4 or 5 days training with a head trainer on a bespoke one-to-one training course, or 8 days training with 7 people in the same class, being taught by someone who doesn’t even have their own permanent makeup practice!
1 on 1 training for your very first course
hugely outweighs any group training
It goes without saying, that if you can get 1 on 1 training for your very first course, then this hugely outweighs any group training you may receive. Group training can be very good in a workshop format, but I find only when you already know the skill of permanent makeup.
Remember, you are paying good money to learn this skill & set up your new career…the last thing you want is to get lost in a group of 3 or 4 others & be unable to ask all the questions you need to in order to become confident in learning your new skill of permanent makeup.
At the Permanent Makeup Training Academy you will be trained 1 on 1 by Katy Jobbins who is an Industry Award Wining Head Trainer and practicing technician who specialises in Permanent Eyebrows, Lips, Eyeliner & Lashes.
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