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This class teaches you the brow shading technique absolutely essential for effectively treating all skin types, even the most challenging.
Pointillism technique is a comprehensive online course made up of 7 video modules and 2 full procedure demonstrations.
It begins with a thorough review of needle types, sizes and configurations. We explain the difference between needles and why choosing the right needle will bring your PMU procedures to the next level. Pointillism is a different technique to the #1RL pixelated shading technique and the key to successful results on a variety of skin types, including the most challenging.
Next, you will be guided through the step-by-step demonstrations of correct machine positioning, angle and speed for successful pointillism powder brow followed by a 2 full video demonstrations of a powder brow with Pointillism technique.
The course also covers; skin type and needle choice, best pigment types for pointillism and troubleshooting for problem, aged, and sun-damaged skin.
·1 year access & support
·Certificate of completion
·Invitation to private Halcyon student Facebook support group
This online class is delivered in modules to allow you time to complete each session and go back and review at any time.
Module 1: Pointillism Technique
- What is pointillism technique
- How does it differ from other techniques
- How to create Ombré’ brows with pointillism
Module 2: Needle Knowledge
- Understanding needle configurations, size and type
- How needle choice affects outcome
- Correct needle choices for technique and desired outcome
Module 3: Machine Handling
- Correct angle and positioning of the machine
- Correct depth for colour retention
- Correct speed and machine settings for pointillism
- Needle length for pointillism
Module 4: The Pointillism Technique
- Video demonstration of the procedure
- Correct stretch and patterning
Module 5: Skin type & best practice
- Skin types and healing differences
- Best needle choices for skin types
- How to get better pigment retention for problem skin types
Module 6: Pigment Composition
- Understanding different pigment types and how they affect outcome
- Best pigment choices for pointillism
Module 7: Trouble shooting tips
Stephanie Wilson, CPCP CTAE
Stephanie began her career in Australia as a beauty therapist (esthetician) and took her first training in permanent makeup in 1999.
After moving to Canada, she spent time working as an instructor at Micropigmentation centre, Canada before joining Kelly Hallam in Halcyon Cosmetic Solutions Ltd. She is a Certified Permanent Cosmetics Professional (CPCP), a certified trainer and is one of only 3 SPCPTrainer members in Canada.
Stephanie is skilled in many techniques for permanent makeup and microblading and continues to work in Halcyon Cosmetics busy clinic offering procedures for eyebrows, eyeliner, lip colour & paramedical tattooing. She has been fortunate to work and train in a variety of locations and is committed to her own education.
Great course .... great information! I'm so happy with the easiness in following your course. The procedures, techniques, skin knowledge, colour choice for skin types. Recommendations and shared tips...... What a benefit for all.
Thank you Stephanie .... from a fellow Aussie :-)
I just completed the Pointillism course with Stephanie and I am so glad that I took it. I'm a newbie and I'm still trying to navigate my way around the PMU world. This course was very informative and opened my eyes to another technique that I can offer to my future clients. It is also packed with lots of bonus content that I was pleasantly surprised to see. Stephanie is an excellent instructor. She is very thorough, engaging and keeps the course moving at an ideal pace. She is also very responsive when you ask questions. I would highly recommend this course and I myself am looking forward to taking my next course with Halcyon.
This course was very thorough and detailed in explaining and showing not only the method but when and why it can be better to use it.
This Course not only shows you Pointillism’s Technique but it will teach you: Needle Configurations, Neddle Hang, Taper or not, Color Theory, how to work on different skin types ( oily, dry, sensitive, combination, mature, previously Microbladed skin and what to do if so, alopecia and much more.
You will learn about pigment molecules sizes! What pigments are best to use on certain situations. Organic are brighter faster to implant and Inorganic requires more work and are more opaque. This Course is amazing and packed with lots of important information that you don’t easily find in lots of very expensive Courses out there. Well done Halcyon Cosmetic Professionals, Bravo!!!!
Great course with tons of useful information! This is a technique all artists should know and can really help tackle challenging skin types or even just achieve the soft, powder look that can be harder to achieve with other techniques!