Lip Blushing & Eyeliner Permanent Makeup

3 days. $1800. Certification is provided at end of class. Kit included.
Strongly recommend that students take eyebrow PMU class before this class.


$600 off when you enroll Eyebrow Ombré Powder Machine Shading Class  with this class at the same time!

$200 off when you enroll both Microblading and Lip Blushing & Eyeliner Permanent Makeup together at the same time.

(Students will receive one set of product for both classes including, but not limited to, digital machine and pigments.)

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Including the most complete text book for eyeliner and lips permanent makeup you can find. Guaranteed. Only at Hollywood Makeup School.

Students should register as soon as possible. Before class starts, you need to take an online Bloodborne Pathogen Certification.  This certificate is required to obtain your Body Art Practitioner License with your state/city.  This will take some time to complete. Details will be provided in an email once your complete your registration. **Body Art Practitioner License is NOT required to take the class.**

This class includes (1) total of three days of class you must attend, and (2) post-class support. Students can re-take class if they want more training (conditions apply).  Plus, 3 months of support after class.

  1. You’ll be able to create beautiful permanent wing eyeliner as well as simply create the illusion of thicker and fuller lashes by using permanent makeup.
  2. Lips cosmetic permanent makeup will allow you to neutralize dark lips, fix uneven lips, create lip ombré, lip blush and full lip color transformation.

Our permanent makeup training here provides you the skills to create beautiful looking results all of your clients will love. And if that’s not rewarding enough, your earning potential is endless. A permanent makeup artist can make from $5000 to $30,000 a month.

Let’s break it down. An average permanent makeup session takes about two hours and will cost your client anywhere from $450 to $800 – money they are more than willing to pay to look more beautiful. That means $225 to $400 per hour, less the cost of supplies. And, supplies really aren’t that expensive – only $25.00 per treatment. As a trained microblading technician, you can perform this procedure for two clients per day. That’s only four whole hours of your time per day. When it’s all said and done, the money you get to keep equals $200 per hour or more.

No experience is necessary to learn this amazing new technique. The course will teach you everything you need to know to get started.  This opportunity is perfect for anyone. If you are already an experienced beautician, permanent makeup artist, tattoo artist or just a makeup artist, this is one more fabulous tool to add to your tool box.

Here’s what you will be learning in details:

After enrollment—before attending the actual class

  • Students must complete online Blood Borne Pathogens Certificate (cost not covered by this program). Detailed instruction will be provided after your registration. Please be sure to choose the correct state/county where you will be working in, for example: Los Angeles, California.

Day One

  • Registration
  • Introduction to permanent makeup
  • How is it different from tattooing?
  • What is permanent makeup?
  • Who can benefit from permanent makeup
  • Ink VS cosmetic pigment
  • Maintenance and timing
  • Layers of the skin
  • Skin conditions affecting eyebrow permanent makeup
  • Health conditions and medications
  • Other Factors that affect healing
  • Get to know products in your kit
  • How to use permanent makeup machine
  • Types of needles
  • Different angles of needles for different results
  • Synthetic skin demo by instructor
  • Synthetic skin practice

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

  • Lunch

2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

  • How to do lash line (tight-lining) permanent makeup
  • How to design wing eyeliner for different eye shapes
  • How to ensure symmetry
  • Practice tight-lining using makeup between classmates
  • Practice creating wing eyeliner using makeup between classmates
  • Practice tight-lining using permanent makeup on practice skin
  • Practice wing eyeliner on practice skin
  • How to create smokey eye effect using permanent makeup


Day Two

  • Pricing
  • Types of scars
  • Consultation
  • Before care
  • Consent form
  • After care
  • Sanitation, Health and safety
  • Blood borne pathogens
  • Requirements for safe performance of body art
  • Decontamination
  • Standard precautions
  • PPE: personal protective equipment
  • How to reduce your risk
  • Hazardous disposal
  • Clean-up Procedure
  • Proper glove removal
  • Exposure incident
  • Infection prevention and control plan
  • Technician
  • Facilities and equipment
  • CaviCide
  • Procedure area
  • Sterilization of needles and instruments
  • Cross-contamination protocols
  • Sanitary practices during the procedure
  • Disposal of waste
  • Work area items
  • Recommended Equipment

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

  • Lunch

2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

  • Color theories
  • Cool VS warm undertones
  • The Fitzpatrick scale
  • Undesirable healed color
  • Numbing
  • Important technical skills
  • The healing process
  • Tips and tricks for new technicians
  • Touch up appointment: what to do
  • How to design lip liner
  • How to check symmetry of lip design
  • Practice drawing lip liner using makeup between classmates
  • How to do lip liner permanent makeup (synthetic skin practice)
  • How to do lip blush
  • How to do lip ombré
  • How to do full lips

Day 3

10:00 AM – Finish

  • Live model practice (2 models per class)

The kit that you will receive includes:

  • Digital permanent makeup machine
  • Machine shading pigments for eyeliner and lips
  • Disposable Needle 1R, 3R, 7F
  • Caliper
  • Lip measuring guide
  • Disposable bib
  • Disposable bib holder
  • Pen machine & clip cord sleeves
  • Gauze
  • Disposable mascara wand
  • Ink cups
  • Flocked applicators
  • Drawing pencil for eyeliner
  • Drawing lip pencil
  • Surgical marker pen
  • Synthetic practice skin
  • Gloves
  • Disposable razors



**Model practice required on last day (We only need 2 models max per class for all students.)

  • NOV 16-18, 2021 @ 10am-6pm
  • DEC 20-22, 2021 @ 10am-6pm
  • FEB 2-4, 2022 @ 10am-6pm
  • MAR 11-13, 2022 @ 10am-6pm
  • APR 21-23, 2022 @ 10am-6pm
  • JUN 3-5, 2022 @ 10am-6pm


**Model practice required on last day (We only need 2 models max per class for all students.)

  • DEC 7-9, 2021 @ 10am-6pm
  • FEB 16-18, 2022 @ 10am-6pm
  • MAR 30 – APR 1, 2022 @ 10am-6pm
  • MAY 12-14, 2022 @ 10am-6pm
  • JUN 23-25, 2022 @ 10am-6pm


For financing, you must:

1. Apply for PayPal Credit and get approved for the amount you wish to pay for class(es). You can ask your friends or relatives to apply for PayPal Credit for you. You can also use multiple PayPal Credit accounts to pay.

2. Contact us via phone (323) 932-9100 or email

3. Let us know you wish to use your PayPal Credit to finance your class(es)