1. Permanent or Semi-Permanent Makeup: the process of beautifying the face by inserting or implanting facial cosmetic pigment or color under the surface of the human skin or mucosa with a needle, by a micro blade, or other means, to produce a permanent or semi-permanent mark visible through the skin on the client’s face including, but not limited to the application of pigment on the eyebrows, eyeliner, eye shadow, lip color, cheek color, and facials scars. Permanent or Semi-Permanent Makeup is limited to the client’s face does not include services to any area other than the client’s face.
2. Facial cosmetic pigment implantation: another term for permanent makeup.
3. Client’s face: the area above the client’s jaw line and anterior to the ear and
4. Microblading, Microstroking or Microhairstroking: included in the definition of permanent makeup for the purpose of these rules.
Permanent makeup does not include pigmentation of areas involving reconstructive surgery or trauma, re-pigmentation of the areola, and/or body art or tattooing.
Training Requirements for Semi-Permanent or Permanent Makeup
The training must include the following course topics:
disinfection and safety
equipment and supplies
color theory and effects
application of pigment.