Our policy makes all payments non-refundable and final, but transferable under special circumstances. This policy exists to encourage only those who are serious about building a microblading and permanent makeup business to take our training courses.
In the event that the final remaining payment due for a particular course has not yet been paid by the deadline, please see the description in our PAYMENT POLICY section below.
All payments are non-refundable, however, payments are transferable within 6 months.
A $500-$1500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your spot for a training course. This deposit also slots you to receive our custom premium training kit, which you will receive at training once payment balance has been verified as paid.
Remaining balance (if paying with a credit card a 3% processing fee will apply) is due 1 week prior to the training start date which you’ve registered for.
Remaining balance (if paying with cash) is due day 1 of training beginning of class.
You may register and pay directly on any of the course registration pages
You may pay your remaining balance with credit card or bank transfer 1 week prior to the start of the class or with Cash on the day of the class.
Credit Card (1 week prior)
Direct Deposit (1 week prior)
Cash (before class starts on Day 1)
VERY IMPORTANT: All students, regardless of what state you reside in, must provide proof that all requirements below have been met by the deadline advertised for any particular training course. Failure to do so will result in the loss of the guarantee of your spot in the certification course you have registered for. Attendance in your registered course will then be dependent on availability.
[MANDATORY] Signed student agreement
[MANDATORY] Bloodborne Pathogens and Communicable Diseases Certification
VERY IMPORTANT: Tattoo license requirements vary from state to state, and even from county to county. You are responsible to check with your own state Department of Health to determine what the requirements are to practice microblading and permanent makeup in your state, which will determine if you are required to obtain a tattoo license.