5 criteria that help you choosing right permanent makeup artist

5 criteria that help you choosing right permanent makeup artist

1. Training and Experience

  • How many complete services has the artist performed?
  • How many procedures has she done in the past      year?
  • Does the artist have experience doing      permanent makeup on people of your ethnicity and skin color?
  • Is she involved in an ongoing training process?
  • Is there a trainer the artist turns to for      tricky permanent makeup questions? What are the trainer’s qualifications?

2. Certification

Don’t be afraid to ask if the artist has all certifications required.

3. Website and Portfolio

Most artists will have a portfolio on hand and will be more than happy to review it with you.

4. Customer Reviews or Testimonials

It’s always beneficial if you can hear about the permanent makeup experience from real customers. Most permanent makeup providers include testimonial sections on their websites, but be sure to check out reviews on facebook. and Instagram .

5. Communication Skills

When you speak to or meet with the permanent makeup artist, consider how he or she makes you feel. Are you comfortable talking with the artist? Does she explain herself well? How thoroughly does she answer your questions? Clear communication is key to getting the results you want.

Online Training or Live Training

Online Training or Live Training

As we live in the 21st century, you probably had a dilemma, at least once in a lifetime, where you needed to choose between online or offline education, service or any other digital/material product.

Throughout this post I will try to debate both sides of this story. Dilemma of 21st century, go digital vs. go material.

So let’s dive in with pros of good old fashioned in-person, live, material, call it whatever you want, education.

Live Training Pros

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Live education is still the best way of educating other people, especially for hands on matter material. So here are the pros:

  • Best for showing things that need to be shown live, so any kind of know-how and explanation of various procedures, let’s say – hands on matter things
  • There is no procrastination, you do it, and you do it here and now
  • There is a synergy within the workshop, classroom or any other form of gathering where we practice educational activities
  • You can learn by trial and error, but much faster than on your own, during any other kind of remote learning
  • Last but not least, you can get immediate results for all hands on matter educations (excluding only a showcase educations and workshops where lecturer only shows, but doesn’t work with students)

Online Training Pros

As we always tend to go positive first, I will debate pro online training now. So let’s dive into perks of online training form.

  • Everybody learns different, online courses allow you to express your style, no rushing, take your time, do it your style.
  • Forgot something, open the lesson you wanna remind yourself and dive back in. You will never lose notes or miss something because you lacked focus or your phone was ringing. This is especially important for health critical fields of work.
  • You are busy? No problems, take your time and pace your learning up to your needs.
  • Not sure that your question sounds “stupid” or not, ask anyway. Nobody will judge you cause you’re online, no flushing during the crowded learning session in the classroom.
  • The instructor is showing things too fast, just slow down the video and follow your way. Pause when you need to go to the bathroom and never miss anything again.

Live Training Cons

As online and live educations are almost diametral opposites, you will probably find some online education pros inverted here, so let’s dive in.

  • Everybody has a bad day, and you registered for a training on THAT day. Jinx! Live trainings are usually one to three days long and seats should be reserved way advance, you may never know what might happen, and probably you will never get your money back, at least not all of it.
  • Live trainings might be a little bit overcrowded sometimes. Not all the time, but overcrowded for me and for you are two different meanings. Just, sometimes you would like there isn’t anybody around you when you focus to your task.
  • You just can’t match everyones pace! Why? Simple, other people are slower learners, or maybe you like to learn slowly. Anyway, you will either be rushed or you will think that minutes are hours.
  • Price, price, price… It almost always comes to that in the end. Live education seminars and workshops tends to have higher and higher prices every year, especially in the beauty industry.
  • And for the end, logistics. You just need to make logistics, especially if education is in the other city or country. We all like to travel around, but it sometimes just sucks.

Online Training Cons

Some people think that enrolling an online course looks something like this photo above. Let’s debunk the myths and find out what are the cons of online education.

  • Procrastination, procrastination, procrastination… We simply leave all for the last hour, especially when there is a long timeframe. That’s why all courses on HyaluronWorld have their timeframe set, so that you need to finish it someday, or your money is wasted.
  • Lack of material, hands on matter learning. Yes, this might be a problem, but if the courses are structured well, this can easily be avoided. Also, if you add occasional Q&A live sessions with your students, as we do in our courses, you can overcome this easily and replace material classroom with a digital one.
  • Lack of human contact. Yes, this sometimes might be bad. But we use forums to make our learning environment alive, but without distractions, communicate when you want, but learn in peace when needed.
  • Lack of self esteem and motivation during your loner hours in front of the screen. You just don’t think you can do it, there is nobody to motivate you and tell you that you can do it. Well, we tend to communicate with our students regularly so they know that they are on the track.


Well, we got almost even score here. In the end it is up to your preference, but know that online education isn’t lacking behind the live one. You can learn a lot of things, and everyday it is making things more even.

New technologies, better and faster online learning platforms, augmented reality, 4k videos, all those things make our everyday education even more accessible and tend to remove the boundaries of digital and material world.

Self-paced, remote, online education is the key to expedited humanity progress. Just imagine how many under-developed regions are growing their geniuses today because they just need an internet connection, a few bucks, and a mindset. Just imagine how remote and cheap education is shaping a better world tomorrow.



What is The Hyaluron Pen?Hyaluron Pen Vodnik Beauty

The Hyaluron Pen is an innovation that deposits Hyaluronic Acid Fillers into the epidermal and upper dermal layers of the skin without the traditional needles or injections. Ideal for clients that are frightened or uncomfortable with needles, this pain free treatment is less invasive and fast, and allows clients to plump and fill their lips, fine lines and wrinkles. The pen uses pressure which causes the Hyaluronic Acid to turn into Nano Scale molecules and inserts the Hyaluronic Acid Filler through the skin. The diameter of this flow is 0.17 mm, twice as small as the smallest insulin needle. The mixture used is Pure Hyaluronic Acid or Dermal Fillers such as Juvederm.

The Hyaluron Pen can be used to create volume, shape and lift.

Treatment areas include: Lips, nasolabial lines, marionette lines, forehead wrinkles, etc.

Perfect for Lip augmentation and reducing wrinkles.

The Hyaluronic Acid only reaches the papillary layer of the dermis making this safe treatment with no risk of occlusion as well as no sharp tips to puncture blood vessels.

What Is Hyaluronic Acid?Dermalax-best fillers in usa

A natural sugar found in the human body, hyaluronic acid is the most hydrating substance in the world. It is function is to attract water and keep skin hydrated, plump and youthful. As the human body creates Hyaluronic Acid naturally it is impossible to be allergic to it.

As we age, the body decreases the amount of Hyaluronic Acid and Collagen fibers. They dry up and become thinner, resulting in loss of hydration and elasticity.

This causes skin to sag and wrinkles to form. By adding hyaluronic acid into the skin we revive collagen and promote a fresher, plumper effect.

Hyaluronic Acid is the main structural element of connective tissue.

Why haven’t I heard about it before?

Hyaluron Pen is a new category as a procedure. Although being really simple, the device is actually incredibly powerful. Why? Because you can do a great deal with this little tool – it combines approaches that have so far being used in mesotherapy and fillers, plus it is totally safe.

When was it first introduced?

As one should know the technology was nothing new in the device itself. It has been used for inserting insulin for years. However, now from the Spring of 2018 it is used to fill in wrinkles and also inject hyaluronic acid mixture into the lips. It started steady growth in smaller beauty aesthetic groups from then on. After larger introductions in the early in the early autumn of 2018, it became widely more popular. The blow-out point was early winter 2018.

Wait a minute, is it even legal to use the device?

About Hyaluron pen,VBOne of the best things when it comes to Hyaluron Pen is simplicity. It is a simple procedure that allows inserting hyaluronic acid into the skin in a very safe manner. When it comes to legal aspects, you of course have to find out your local legislation, however we can say that thousands of people are using it all over the world. In a way, it is a simple moisturizer of the upper layer of dermis that can well be used to enhance the shape and thickness of lips.

Still, obviously everyone must clarify the rules and regulations in their perspective location of providing service. As stated on this site, we take no responsibility regarding how you use this information and we urge you to contact your local health office regarding this treatment.