The first permitted school by state of WA for Permanent Make-up, Microblading, Threading, Lash Extensions and any advanced Skin treatments. Styles Academy is a permitted school by state of WA to train students for Permanent Makeup, Microblading, Threading, Lash extensions, Advanced Facial treatments.
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Eyelash Perm & Tint
Our courses require no loss of time from your work and we will certify you.
These services will bring additional customers into your salon and make you money.Average fee for a permanent makeup procedure or an eyelash extension service is $300.
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I also create a workshop just for your need with affordable price.
Master class for Lash Extensions at Styles Academy.
Why you should take this class?
You have to learn how to map the face and position of eyes on it.
The challenge is to choose size and form of lashes when you are dealing with Protruding Eyes or deep- set Eyes or Close-set Eyes or Wide-set Eyes.
Choosing wrong lashes you can create surprised look or cross-eyed appearance or a cat -eye design or illusion of the eyes.
Call today at 360-734-5026 to sign up for one day workshop .
Lash Extensions: Tips You Need To Know Before Heading To The Salon
What are the most common types of lash extensions?
There are three types of lash extensions: synthetic, silk and mink. Size availability ranges from 6mm to 17mm. Once selected, the lashes are applied one at a time using a specially formulated, semi-permanent glue that will not irritate the eye nor damage the natural lash. However, since allergic reactions are possible, there are different types of glue based on one’s sensitivity.
How long does it take to apply lash extensions?
Applying a full set of lashes takes about hour and half , and can be maintained year-round with touch-ups recommended every three to four weeks. A half set of lashes are an economical alternative to achieve a similarly dramatic effect, applied as filler to thicken natural lashes, or applied outward from the eye for a specialized look.
Everyone has different lashes, and depending on the condition of your own natural lashes, lash experts can only go a certain length or thickness. (This is to ensure that your own lashes remain healthy.) For example, if your natural lashes are on the shorter, thinner side, you won’t be able to get a crazy, dramatic Kim Kardashian look, because it won’t last. It’s better to start out with a half set (50 to 60 percent of your top lashes) if you aren’t sure or it’s your first time. It’s easier to add more than to remove lashes!
What happens if glue gets in your eyes?
Since your eyes are shut the whole time lash extensions are being applied, no glue will ever get into your eye. To avoid any irritation, however, the first safety precaution you can take is to be sure that the glue is safe for your eyes and doesn’t contain anything that can harm them, like formaldehyde. Shipping glues across the world often leads to a buildup of formaldehyde by the time they reach the salon.
Additionally, it’s important to understand the difference between an allergic reaction and an infection. A licensed and experienced lash technician will not let an infection occur, but if you’re allergic to the glue, you’re still going to be allergic — this doesn’t mean the glue is inherently harmful.
Can you go blind?
No. Your technician should be trained properly to apply the adhesive and lashes in a way that is completely harmless. Your eyes are closed the entire time of the procedure. No matter how bad an allergic reaction may get, you will never go blind. The worse case scenario is that you need to go to the eye doctor to get specific eye drops to treat an allergic reaction.
What happens when you cry?
If you experience any burning or discomfort during the procedure, causing your eyes to tear or making you cry, this is a huge red flag and you should certainly speak up. You may need to have your technician change the glue. Getting lash extensions should be a completely pain-free experience.
What are the pros and cons of wearing mink lashes like Beyoncé?
People want all different kinds of looks — some people go for drama, and some opt for something more natural. The benefits of mink lash extensions are that they are more feathery looking and lighter in general, so they put less pressure on your lashes. Mink lashes also come at a higher cost.
How often do you need to get lash extensions redone?
Lash extensions last through a full growth cycle of natural eyelashes, typically six to eight weeks. That said, because each person’s lash growth is somewhat variable (just hair growth), I suggest light lash maintenance every three to four weeks to maintain a full look.
Do lash extensions fall out over a certain period of time?
Since each lash extension is attached to a single eyelash, they will fall out naturally along with the natural growth cycle of each lash. We recommend a touch-up every three to four weeks.
When an inexperienced professional applies lashes, he or she often applies one synthetic lash to three to four natural lashes, causing clumps or the lash to break and fall out. In addition, your lashes might fall out if you pick at them or try to pull them out yourself, which is a big no-no. But if you avoid those two problems, your lashes should stay intact.
Can you shower or swim right away? Are there products you should absolutely avoid?
Keep water away from your lashes for the first 12 to 24 hours after application or touch-ups. Water can weaken the adhesive before it is set and cause lashes to fall off. The after-care varies depending on the glue used. For instance, with glue for sensitive eyes, oil-based products or makeup removers around the eye area are not recommended. Using water-proof mascara on the extensions is not recommended for any type of glue, as it is hard to remove and can actually pull off the lashes prematurely when trying to take it off.
Is it okay to also wear mascara?
If you are planning to wear mascara in addition to the extensions, only use it on the tips of the extensions and with a very light hand. This will be enough to give your eyes that “pop” along with the extensions. Using mascara at the base of the extensions will get very clumpy.
Will your natural lashes get harmed or damaged?
The biggest myth is that lash extensions ruin your own lashes. They do not. If applied correctly and properly, they are safe and do not ruin the health of your natural lashes. Be sure not to rub your eyes or tug or pull on the extensions because this can cause lash loss and even damage to your natural lashes. If lashes are applied properly and to each individual lash, they won’t fall out.
What questions should you ask when searching for a reputable salon or professional?
Because of the sensitive nature of the lashes and the surrounding area, finding someone who is certified to apply the lashes is definitely a must. Professionals use professional products and have been properly trained to apply the lashes without damaging your natural lashes or more importantly, your eyes.
What is Permanent Cosmetics?
Styles Academy gives students access to the best permanent makeup supplies, including pigments, machines and needles. Permanent Cosmetics, often referred to as Permanent Makeup, Dermapigmentation or Micropigmentation, has been gaining in popularity since it's emergence in the late 1980's. It is a form of cosmetic tattooing in which color pigments are chosen and strategically inserted into the skin to emulate everyday cosmetic makeup. Most clients seek out Permanent Makeup to enhance their existing facial features; however, more recently permanent makeup has been utilized to help burn survivors, cancer patients and others who have tissue damage. The most common Permanent Cosmetics procedures are: eyelash enhancement, eyeliner, lipliner, eyebrow hair simulation, scalp hair simulation and full lip color. Other types of Permanent Cosmetics procedures, deemed "Paramedical Procedures," include: Skin Needling™, Scar Relaxation, Ar**la Repigmentation and Corrective Pigment Camouflage. Styles Academy offers instruction in all areas.
The Permanent Cosmetics Industry continually works to regulate and accredit procedures, ensuring that there are safe and standard practices for patient care. Permanent Makeup Professionals and supply manufacturers work together to make certain that the inks used in permanent cosmetics pigments exceed agency regulations as cosmetics and color additives. Unfortunately, there are some people who claim to be Permanent Makeup Professionals that neither have sufficient education nor practice permanent cosmetics safely. It is Styles Academy's recommendation that extensive research be done before selecting a permanent cosmetics institute for training and prior to undergoing any permanent makeup procedure.
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[01/24/18] The best part about the technique is that there is no down time. Your new set of brows will be ready for a selfie immediately after the process. The pro, however, does recommend a follow-up one month after your appointment. "The healing process is different for everyone, and it takes between 25 and 30 days. After a month we recommend a 40-minute touch-up to most customers.
Microblading is perfect for those who want to fully reconstruct, define, cover gaps, or fill-in over plucked brows. During the microblading process we use a special microblading pen to draw on individual strokes one by one. It's an extremely meticulous process that takes around two hours to complete. Since the results will last for up to three years before beginning to fade it's good to know that the technicians pay so much attention to detail.The first hour we’re drawing the shape in with removable pencil. That’s the longest part and the most important step. During this time, the best customized shape for every client is chosen.The pro advises clients to be cautious of places that claim to complete the process in one hour. It's not a rushed procedure, it cannot be done in an hour.
Before the microblading begins, a topical numbing cream is applied to the area to minimize discomfort, followed by a liquid anesthetic. If you're worried that the process is painful, Afanaseva assures, some clients may feel a slight discomfort, but it's relatively painless.
It doesn't matter if you like them arched and feathered or straight and bold, eyebrows are arguably the most important facial feature. If you're not satisfied with the ones you have, there are so many ways to update them, including brow gel, pencils, and even tattooing. But now there's a very natural option that delivers semi-permanent results. Ladies, we'd like to introduce you to microblading. Unlike the sometimes Sharpie-esque effects of permanent makeup, microblading is more of an embroidery of trompe l'œil strokes that look just like real hairs.
There are a number of safety tips your spa needs to follow to perform the best microblading services possible. In addition to the list above, here are a few safety tips from industry experts, including knowing what medications your clients need to avoid before the treatment.
“Medical history should be taken with any potential client interested in microblading. Anyone with clotting or bleeding issues or who is taking blood thinners, aspirin, or ibuprofen should not have this procedure. Post-procedure instructions should be reviewed and given to clients.” —Norman Rowe, M.D., owner, Rowe Plastic Surgery (NYC)
“The practitioner should know how to clean, sanitize, and sterilize to avoid cross contamination and spreading of diseases. All hygiene points should be followed, including usage of disposable needles and proper disposable methods of waste products.”—Mariah Sylvain, microblading master, Skinovation (NYC)
“Microblading is considered a tattoo by our health department and should be treated accordingly. Once skin is broken and pigment is implanted, it is very difficult to remove.”—Valerie P. Hernandez, owner, Vals Beauty Ink (Los Angeles)
Microblading offers practitioners high profit returns, and since more and more clients are seeking the service, spas, medical spas, and other specialty beauty outposts are becoming more interested in offering the treatment. But before you add it to your spa's treatment menu, make sure that your microblading professional has at least 100 hours of training.
Microblading can last from a few months to a few years, but proper care will keep client's eyebrows looking fuller longer. Remind clients to have reasonable expectations, and provide them with this list of things that will fade their brows at a quicker rate.
16 Factors That Can Damage Your Client's Microblading
Sun damaged skin
Using Retin A around the eyebrows
Skin that bleeds easily
Previous tattoos on the eyebrow
Excessively oily skin
Use of blood thinners
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Styles Academy LLC
Dear Future Student,
Thank you for inquiring into the world of permanent cosmetics. This is truly a wonderful profession and it keeps getting better and better each year. It is the biggest money maker in the salon industry today.
Styles Academy offers over 25 years' experience and the latest advancements in procedural techniques as well as offering the highest standards in equipment quality and products. As your instructor, I follow strict academy guidelines to offer only the very best in education.
Our courses teach you not only the mechanics of permanent cosmetics, but also the blending of pigment colors, anesthetic use, sterilization, cross contamination and much more that is described in our course sections.
I also offer a large array of advanced classes to further your career. The Styles Academy is all about education and rest assured that you will receive the most comprehensive training available.
After you have looked over our website and read about the various courses that we offer, please fill out this form to start the process of scheduling your free educational counseling session to discuss your business and work goals.
We look forward to talking with you in person and introducing you to this exciting new field.
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Styles Academy LLC
Styles Academy in Bellingham is a Beauty School teaching Permanent Make-up and Microblading. We offer a personalized training system based on 100 hours of training time conducted over a 3-month period. Only 1-2 students per course.
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