T: 1 877 439-5554 / E: [email protected]


In partnership with the Permanent Makeup School Johanne Bérubé and member of the Association of Beauticians and Electrolists of Quebec. APESEQ

Our 45- hour training is by far the most complete one available to make you a true expert in Capillary Micropigmentation.

  • PROGRAM COST:- 5 500.00 + tx CAN include kit and apparel (Really complete kit)
  • TRAINERS:- Maxime Ouimet and Johanne Bérubé
  • DURATION:- 45 hours/ 6 days

T: 1 877 439-5554
E: [email protected]

    Certified training program by all Quebec Canadian organizations in Esthetics. Accredited APESEQ and CCESP + Revenu Québec. Endorsed by Johanne Bérubé’s 35 years of experience in Permanent Makeup.

    Theory Day 1 and 2:

    – The industry of capillary micropigmentation.
    – The different options of machines, needles, pigments.
    – The targeted clientele.
    – The scale of Norwood & Ludwig.
    – The different types of skin and diseases
    – The life cycle of the hair and its composition.
    – The different types of pigmentation: densification on sparse hair or grafted area / creating shaved effect / hiding scar.
    – The different types of alopecia.
    – The different types of post-graft scars (F.U.T. and F.U.E.)
    – The advantages and disadvantages of capillary micropigmentation.
    – The penetration depth of the needle and consequences of an excessive incursion
    – The most important parameters to consider for an optimal result
    – The choice of the pigment according to the type of skin and the consequence of a selection
    – The necessary equipment to start your activity and budget.
    – Recommendations & post-treatment care.
    – Errors not to commit.
    – Private training on Hygiene and Asepsis EXCLUSIVE at our school. Get an additional PREEMPT certification that gives you insurance premium discounts.

    Practice Day 3:

    – The establishment of the workstation for optimal work and sterilization
    – Practical on support (Melon honey and Banana)
    – The setting of the dermograph and the needle.
    – The different working positions.
    – Practice on latex head.
    – The design of the front line on latex and model for a more natural effect.

    Practice Day 4-5:

    -Observation of Johanne Bérubé or Maxime Ouimet on a living model
    -Every student will have to make a living model from A to Z over 2 days. The student will have to clean every day his workstation BEFORE & AFTER customer according to the standards of hygiene.

    Practice Day 6 (2 weeks later)

    – The student will have to complete his practical training by doing under the supervision of our school retouches his model at week 2 and week 4 to complete the 45 hours require according to the quality standards of the Canadian Committee Aesthetics Care