Permanent Makeup and Microblading Certification

Permanent Cosmetics, Microblading, & SMP are considered Body Art.  Boday Art is regulated on a state government level by the Board of Health.  To find out what your state's education requirement is to perform PMU,  Google: "Body Art Regulations" and your state's name.  Below are the New Jersey's Body Art Regulations.  

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Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals
Certification Training

New Jersey Body Art Regulations f
or Permanent Cosmetics Certification

The New Jersey Board of Health regulates Permanent Makeup and a minimum of 40 hours of training for PMU Artist from the SPCP (Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals). Pretty Girls Ink offers this required training as part of our 100-hour Permanent Makeup Primary Training curriculum.  

We have developed a program designed for students striving for excellence in their permanent cosmetic makeup career. Our Graduates are prepped to take the Certificate of Permanent Cosmetics Professional (CPCP)  exams to get a Nationally and Internationally recognized PMU Certification. 

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American Academy of Micropigmentation

New Jersey Body Art Regulations for Permanent Cosmetics Certification

Apprenticeships in permanent makeup are mandatory in New Jersey. The AAM (American Academy of Micropigmentation) requirement is 15 hands-on procedures completed under the supervision of a Platinum Certified Trainer Member (PAAM). It is also an important part of a practitioner’s training.   

The New Jersey Apprenticeship requirements are five eyebrows, five eyeliner, and five lip blush procedures. Models may sit for multiple procedures, and students can work on models with the previous pmu. 

Apprenticeships are available to any permanent makeup artist looking to improve, regardless of where students completed their Primary Training.