What can I expect to earn from permanent makeup procedures?


The table below lists the potential earnings from your permanent makeup business.




What do I need to obtain training as a permanent cosmetics technician?


The following options are available for individuals to become certified in permanent cosmetics:

  • You can obtain certification from the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP) by passing their certification exam (100 multiple choice questions). In order to take this exam, you must first complete 100 hours of fundamental training with at least 65 hours of classroom training. You will then need to fulfill additional registration requirements, such as a bloodborne pathogen exam and payment of fees. The CPCP designation is awarded upon passage of the exam. Visit the SPCP website for details regarding their Certified Permanent Cosmetic Professional exam. Note: Beauty EverLasting is a testing facility for the SPCP.
  • You can also obtain certification from the American Academy of Micropigmentation (AAM).Becoming a Diplomat American academy of Micropigmentation (DAAM) or Fellow member American Academy of Micropigmentation (FAAM) will designate you as a board-certified Member which requires passing the 3-part AAM Certification Exam. This exam includes a written, oral and practical exam proctored by an AAM testing site. Visit the AAM website for details. Brenda is a test facilitator for the AAM.
Beauty EverLasting is a licensed institute with an approved training program by the AAM & Brenda is a certified trainer member of the SPCP. This training course follows all SPCP guidelines which are the highest in the permanent cosmetics industry.




What are the licensing requirements for permanent cosmetics artists?


Training and licensing regulations for permanent cosmetics vary by state and often by municipality. We recommend you contact your local board of health to find out what is required for training and apprenticeship in your municipality. Apprenticeships are required in the state of New Jersey, during which you must perform five eyeliner, five brow and five lip procedures.
For additional information on state regulations, visit the following websites:
American Academy of Micropigmentation (AAM) The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP)




How long does the primary permanent cosmetics course take to complete?


Beauty EverLasting provides a 111-hour primary course (40 hours of home study plus 71 hours of classroom study). The classroom sessions are held monthly in our New Jersey training facility from 10 am to 7 pm for seven consecutive days. To accommodate professionals with busy schedules, we offer a flexible class schedule on a case-by-case basis (must be approved at the time of registration).




Can permanent cosmetics procedures be performed anywhere in New Jersey?


No. The NJ State Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling prohibits permanent cosmetics from being performed in a hair salon, nail salon, day spa or private home. No permanent cosmetics establishment shall be permitted to open for operation until the health authority within the municipality of your establishment has been given formal approval by issuance of an appropriate license or permit. The complete New Jersey regulations are available here.





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Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect to earn from permanent makeup procedures?


The table below lists the potential earnings from your permanent makeup business.




What do I need to obtain training as a permanent cosmetics technician?


The following options are available for individuals to become certified in permanent cosmetics:

  • You can obtain certification from the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP) by passing their certification exam (100 multiple choice questions). In order to take this exam, you must first complete 100 hours of fundamental training with at least 65 hours of classroom training. You will then need to fulfill additional registration requirements, such as a bloodborne pathogen exam and payment of fees. The CPCP designation is awarded upon passage of the exam. Visit the SPCP website for details regarding their Certified Permanent Cosmetic Professional exam. Note: Beauty EverLasting is a testing facility for the SPCP.
  • You can also obtain certification from the American Academy of Micropigmentation (AAM).Becoming a Diplomat American academy of Micropigmentation (DAAM) or Fellow member American Academy of Micropigmentation (FAAM) will designate you as a board-certified Member which requires passing the 3-part AAM Certification Exam. This exam includes a written, oral and practical exam proctored by an AAM testing site. Visit the AAM website for details. Brenda is a test facilitator for the AAM.
Beauty EverLasting is a licensed institute with an approved training program by the AAM & Brenda is a certified trainer member of the SPCP. This training course follows all SPCP guidelines which are the highest in the permanent cosmetics industry.




What are the licensing requirements for permanent cosmetics artists?


Training and licensing regulations for permanent cosmetics vary by state and often by municipality. We recommend you contact your local board of health to find out what is required for training and apprenticeship in your municipality. Apprenticeships are required in the state of New Jersey, during which you must perform five eyeliner, five brow and five lip procedures.
For additional information on state regulations, visit the following websites:
American Academy of Micropigmentation (AAM) The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP)




How long does the primary permanent cosmetics course take to complete?


Beauty EverLasting provides a 111-hour primary course (40 hours of home study plus 71 hours of classroom study). The classroom sessions are held monthly in our New Jersey training facility from 10 am to 7 pm for seven consecutive days. To accommodate professionals with busy schedules, we offer a flexible class schedule on a case-by-case basis (must be approved at the time of registration).




Can permanent cosmetics procedures be performed anywhere in New Jersey?


No. The NJ State Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling prohibits permanent cosmetics from being performed in a hair salon, nail salon, day spa or private home. No permanent cosmetics establishment shall be permitted to open for operation until the health authority within the municipality of your establishment has been given formal approval by issuance of an appropriate license or permit. The complete New Jersey regulations are available here.





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What Our Students Are Saying

Kedra G.

Brenda & her staff are not only great educators & professionals but also very caring and supportive.  I would highly recommend this school! 

Pilar F.

Brenda’s training curriculum Rocks!  I feel confident with the knowledge that I learned in this course.  I will be back for the CIT & Microblading courses. 

The  fundamental training & Brenda is amazing! Such a sweetheart & a great teacher! She knows what she's doing & amazing knowledge about everything in the industry. If a new product or tool is out, ask her about it because she probably has it & knows all about it & the do's & don’ts. Wonderful experience definitely recommend her to anyone looking for permanent makeup or training to be a technician!!!

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