FAQ’S2021-06-17T20:06:14-04:00
What is the price of training?2022-05-06T18:43:24-04:00

We offer discounts for military/veterans or returning students. Please speak with one of our team members to obtain pricing on group or private classes. We have different packages available.

What is the schedule during training?2021-06-17T20:18:58-04:00

9 am to 5 pm. Lunch and snacks will be provided.

Do you require a deposit?2021-06-17T20:13:41-04:00

A non-refundable $500 deposit is required to secure your spot. The remaining balance is due on the 1st day of training.

Do you offer payment plans?2021-12-28T12:59:10-05:00

We offer PayPal credit as an option.

What all is included in the Microblading starter kit?2021-06-17T20:18:01-04:00

Tina Davies Pigment Line
Blades
Hand Pieces
Pigment Rings
Numbing Caps
Lash Wands
Aftercare Ointment
Numbing Creams
Mapping string, Pencil, Rulers & Stencil Callipers
Applicator Sponges
Soft Gauze
Gloves & Masks

What state requirements are there to become a permanent cosmetic artist?2022-04-14T11:03:20-04:00

Each state has its specific requirements. All students that will be practicing on live models will need to obtain a Florida tattoo artist license, prior to tattooing, and will also need to take biomedical waste training. We will provide the biomedical waste training on Day 1.

The tattoo artist license requires completion of a three-hour bloodborne pathogen and communicable disease course which has been approved by the state, found at this link: http://www.floridahealth.gov/…al-health/tattooing/ tattoo-educational-materials.html.

The Application for Tattoo Artist License specifies the required documentation to submit with the completed application and fees. Applications should be submitted to the local office having jurisdiction of the tattooing program in the county in which the artist resides. The list of counties is on the last page of the application. Once you have filled out all required information, you will need to notify us, so that we can provide our business information for processing. If you fail to provide this, the state will deem your application incomplete.

What is the schedule of classes?2021-06-29T18:08:28-04:00

We will customize your training days to suit your needs. Group classes are held each month.

What if I don’t have any prior experience?2021-06-29T18:08:37-04:00

If you don’t have any prior experience, you must start with our beginner classes before moving to advanced.

What if I do have prior experience?2021-06-29T18:08:57-04:00

If you have prior experience MicroBlading, or perhaps you took a class somewhere else but didn’t learn what you needed & you want to shadow or brush up on your skills, we offer a one day refresher class. Please call for pricing.

How big are the classes?2021-06-29T18:09:04-04:00

Our classes are smaller & focus on quality not quantity.

What are the health & safety precautions?2021-06-29T18:09:12-04:00

We are fully licensed & insured with our health department. We take our students & client safety regulations & standards seriously.

Do I have to provide my own model?2021-06-29T18:09:19-04:00

If you don’t have a model, we will provide one. Models must have no prior permanent cosmetics.

What if I don’t live in Orlando but want to take the class?2021-06-29T18:09:26-04:00

Many of our students travel to our school from other destinations. So we have a list of 4-5 hotels that provide transportation to take the stress out from renting a car. Please let us know if you will be traveling & need a hotel close to our school. We would be happy to assist.

What is Scalp Pigmentation?2022-02-03T19:48:49-05:00

Scalp pigmentation (known as SMP), is a scalp treatment for men or women using medical-grade needles to implant fine particles of ink into the scalp. SMP will mimic the look of natural hair follicles, for those who are experiencing hair loss or a thinning hairline. SMP brings confidence back to anyone looking for a natural solution for their hair loss.

Why should I Learn SMP at Heavenly Brows® and Permanent Cosmetics academy?2022-02-03T19:50:48-05:00

In the industry of permanent cosmetics, there are many schools that offer SMP training for students. The most important question to ask yourself is why are they are qualified to teach you SMP? Experience and education matter! We provide our students with the best training in the industry. We have performed thousands of PMU procedures are proud members of the society of permanent cosmetic professionals.

The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals represents professionals in the industry who are dedicated to promoting the ideals and standards of the SPCP, offering permanent cosmetics that are conducted in accordance with safety standards specific to the permanent cosmetic process, and those who stay abreast of and participate in industry activities.

We believe in quality over quantity, keeping our classes small to provide each student with the attention they deserve.

If you want to learn SMP, this is the place.

We are fully licensed with our health department. Safety for our students & guests is our top priority.

What income does an SMP Technician make?2022-02-03T19:52:04-05:00

The average statistic in the USA for an SMP service is $3900. A technician providing two SMP treatments per week = $7,800. Gross yearly income before overhead can range at around $400,000.

What are the requirements for SMP?2022-02-03T19:53:36-05:00

Each state has its specific requirements. All students that will be practicing on live models will need to obtain a Florida tattoo artist license prior to tattooing and will also need to take biomedical waste training. We can provide the biomedical waste training on Day 1. The tattoo artist license requires completion of a three-hour blood-borne-pathogen and communicable disease course which has been approved by the state found at this link: http://www.floridahealth.gov/environmental-health/tattooing/

The Application for Tattoo Artist License specifies the required documentation to submit with the completed application and fees. Applications should be submitted to the local office having jurisdiction of the tattooing program in the county in which the artist resides. The list of counties is on the last page of the application. Once you have filled out all required information, you will need to notify us, so that we can provide our business information for processing. If you fail to provide this, the state will deem your application incomplete. If you need assistance applying for the licenses please let us know.

What if I will be traveling from out of town?2022-02-03T19:56:10-05:00

We are right in the heart of Winter Park, FL, and minutes from Park Avenue which has many restaurants & coffee shops within walking distance. We have a list of great hotels near our school that is within walking distance of us. Most of these hotels offer free transportation to and from the airport.

What is a Combo Brow?2020-12-30T00:38:18-05:00

A combination of manual 3D hair strokes & shading towards the beginning of the eyebrow.

What is a Ombre Brow?2020-12-30T00:38:18-05:00

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What is a Powder Brow?2020-12-30T00:38:18-05:00

A soft powder brow using a machine or shading needle & a soft tap method, of ink is deposited leaving no harsh lines & creates a more color dense filled brow. Tends to last longer than traditional microblading.

Gives a more color Saturation & Intensity once the color has settled.

Does Microblading hurt?2020-12-30T00:38:18-05:00

We use numbing creams that are approved by FDA.
Most clients say they feel little to nothing.

Is Microblading Safe?2020-12-30T00:38:18-05:00

Safety Is #1 Priority for our clients at Heavenly Brows.
All items & needles are prepackaged & brand new & have passed inspection. Our Technicians are fully trained & licensed on the dangers of blood-borne pathogen’s.

Who is NOT a candidate for Microblading?2020-12-30T00:38:19-05:00
  • Allergy to Nickel (blade)
  • Diabetic (Doctors note required)
  • Viral Infections or Diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • A Pacemaker or major heart problems
  • Had an Organ Transplant
  • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)
  • Taking blood thinners
  • Skin irritations near the area such as sunburn or Psoriasis
  • Taking sun sensitizing medications
  • Botox within last 2 weeks
  • Accutane within last year
  • History of keloid scarring
  • Auto-immune deficiencies
  • People suffering from severe acne
  • Pregnant or nursing women
  • Chemotherapy patients will need to check with their physician and provide a doctor’s note.
  • People with conditions that cause them to bleed very easily (this impacts results)
  • People with prior permanent makeup may not be good candidates. This determined by consultation

I Do NOT recommend Microblading for OILY skin types. Oily skin, tends to dilute pigment under the skin & can push out the color. A traditional method of tattooing that we offer, with a machine, is more penetrating & a better option for retaining ink with oily skin. No REFUNDS will be given, due to skin not Retaining ink.
Some skin types & working environments such as steam, laundry mats, Hot kitchens, outdoor occupations in humid weather, Salt air, & Water have a negative effect on retaining color. It is the clients responsibility to take care of the tattoo & protect the tattoo from sun & weather conditions. Refunds are Not given, but touch ups can be scheduled to add additional color & shape. Thank you for understanding.

Who is a good Microblading Candidate?2020-12-30T00:38:19-05:00