Arlington,, TX (PressExposure) December 10, 2011 -- The American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics (AIIC) is recognized as the education destination for permanent makeup practitioners. Technicians of all skill levels come to AIIC for industry updates and a wide variety of high quality hands-on training classes.
AIIC has trained thousands of cosmetologists, aestheticians, nurses, dermatologists and plastic surgeons in the application of permanent cosmetics and have just announced their March Specialty Hands-On Training Seminar.
The seminar will be held at their North Texas Headquarters March 24-25, 2012 followed by Masters Certification on the 27th & 28th and Instructors Certification on the 29th and 30th. This 3-day event will offer hands-on procedures, live demonstrations, new products and services. The event will have over 40 different procedures where a wide range of techniques will be demonstrated like: 3D eyebrows with brow bone highlight, mucosal eyeliner, eye accent, hairline stroke eyebrows, designer eyeliner, eyebrow correction, scar camouflage, areola reconstruction, tattoo removal and much more. There will be multiple stations, each one demonstrating a different procedure so attendees can watch, learn and get practical hands-on training.
A participant from Octobers' seminar, Mrs. Seung loved the seminar and said, "The 3-days of training sure enhanced my technical skills, took care of my color theory and correctional questions. I feel so professional knowing that I can provide better service to my clients with the knowledge I obtained from this event. The instructors are so awesome, patient, knowledgeable, experienced, and kind!"
"It's clear that permanent makeup remains one of the most solid industries in the United States. And given the current business climate, people have to be smart about where and how they do business; and our attendees are telling us that AIIC is the right place to be," said AIIC/Premier Pigments founder and CEO, Sandi Hammons. "North Texas is a terrific location for our educational conferences. Our seminar offers attendees the opportunity to conduct business and network with industry leaders." Hammons added.
Susan Allen, a practitioner who attends AIIC events frequently, believes the greatest advantage for AIIC attendees is learning from the numerous skilled instructors who demonstrate varying technique. "When you attend an AIIC event, you get a real sense and appreciation for the "art" of permanent makeup. While one AIIC Instructor performs a procedure with a method that works for her, another may achieve a similar result with a completely different machine and needle configuration. This wide display of demonstrations with varying techniques was overwhelming to me at first, but as I evolved and developed my own personal style, I grew to appreciate AIIC more and more. It was like I grew up with the company - as AIIC evolved, so did I."
For more information on the March Specialty Hands-On Training Seminar, permanent makeup training, nighttime classes and products please call The American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics at 1-800-642-1096.