Eyebrow Shape and Tint

October 25, 2022
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Eyebrows Make the Look!

This procedure has grown over the past several years as clients are looking to achieve a get up and go appearance without spending time on creating an eyebrow look.  This workshop covers all the techniques you need to know to begin offering this treatment as many clients are now opting for brow tinting as opposed to wearing make-up day-to-day, giving definition and creating the appearance of fuller brows.

 

Perfectly-shaped brows have never been more in-demand and this treatment creates an ideal package to offer your clients or as individual treatments, as your clients will return regularly for maintenance.

What You Will Learn

Your instructor, Binta Faye (Atelier alumni and licensed Esthetician), will first cover the practical necessities of performing eyebrow shaping and tint:  preparation, hygiene, safety, skin type, contraindications, shaping, structure and more.

 

You will learn the fundamentals of how to tint the brows.   You will be able to semi-permanently dye natural brows to a darker color for the illusion of fuller, thicker brows.   You will learn how to provide a client consultation for tints and how to perform them as well as how to provide proper after-care.

 

Students will gain the skills needed to offer an add-on or upgrade in service for clients with natural hair.

 

What You Will Get in You Training Kit

All workshop participants will receive a training kit that includes:  dyes, milk cream developer, concealer palette, dye cups, facial hair scissors, tweezer, eyebrow razor pack, eyebrow mapping string and eyebrow brush.   The kit includes tools and products sufficient to service 15+ clients. 

Eligibility and Requirements

Participants must possess an esthetician license or other professional licensing, including Cosmetologists (or equivalent professional governing body designation), Licensed Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practicing Nurse (LPN), Physicians' Assistant (PA), Physician, or Massage Therapist. Exceptions may be made for graduate students in the above fields or students in their last quarter of study.