Class Curriculum For Areola Repigmentation & Corrective Pigment Camouflage

Basic Areola Tattooing and Scar Camouflage

At ISPMU, we believe that everything should be done one step at a time. Our Curriculum is meant for the students to learn the most information in the shortest amount of time and to grow in knowledge and in skills.

Our Basic Areola Tattooing and Scar Camouflage training course is an extraordinary program that includes color theory, color selection, proper needle selection and techniques that allow the professional to create the illusion of a more extended nipple and the cover up of a scar to look as natural as possible.

  1. Areola
    Overview areola colors
    Breast structure, anatomy
    Surgical procedures of the breast
    Review basic issues, procedures
  2. How to create realistic tattoo
  3. How to analyze, create, and successfully complete Fitzpatrick 1-4
  4. Observe procedures
    Hands-on work –at least 2 full procedures required.
    Follow-up

    1. Note: The trainer is at liberty to teach each topic in any order or combination as long as each area of study is presented.
    2. Note: Areola tattooing may be taught as a fundamental class of at least 100 hours to those who will only be conducting areola procedures.
    3. Note: The Student must take the basic Foundation Course or will be taking the basic Foundation Course in the near future to have a total of 100 hours

Intermediate Areola Tattooing and Scar Camouflage

Our intermediate Areola Tattooing and Scar Camouflage training course is an in depth program that includes color theory, color selection, proper needle selection and techniques that allow the professional to create the illusion of a more extended nipple and the cover up of a scar to look as natural as possible as well as the 3D effect.

*Before taking Intermediate course must complete

  • Bloodborne Pathogen Certificate
  • Tattoo Liability Insurance
  • Proof of Completion of All medical shots
  • 6 months prior basic areola course
  • Completion of the 65 hour Foundation course
  1. Areola
    Overview areola colors
    Review Breast structure, anatomy
    Surgical procedures of the breast
    Review basic issues, procedures
  2. How to create realistic tattoo 3D, Pointism, Color illusion, and Blending
  3. How to analyze, create, and successfully complete all Fitzpatricks
  4. Male areola
  5. Observe procedures
    Hands-on work –at least 2 full procedures required.
    Follow-up

    1. Note: The trainer is at liberty to teach each topic in any order or combination as long as each area of study is presented.
    2. Note: Areola tattooing may be taught as a fundamental class of at least 100 hours to those who will only be conducting areola procedures.
    3. Note: The Student must take the basic Foundation Course or will be taking the basic Foundation Course in the near future to have a total of 100 hours

Upon completion of the Basic and Intermediate course

  • Learn to create the perfect areola on each female and male client, from color choice to placement and size.• Learn how to work on different types of patients who have received breast reconstruction surgeries.• Learn quick, easy, effective tips on how to work with physicians and other medical professionals! We’ll show you exactly what you need to be aware of when you start working on a commission basis versus room rent.• We teach you pigment application to correct the coloration around the areola for breast implant patients.• Proper medical consent forms, so when you encounter them you’ll know just what to do.

    • We give you color formulas that we use most in areola re-pigmentation and CPC.

    • Learn how to make a scarred, damaged breast without a nipple appear to have realistic depth, color and contour; a technique that combines both art and science.

    • Become skilled in the newest types of plastic/cosmetic surgery procedures

    • We’ll teach you medical CPT (Current Procedural Terminology)

 

 

 

 

 

ADVANCED AREOLA AND CAMOFLAGE CLASSES

Advanced Education classes may be taught to students only if the student has completed a minimum of a one-hundred (100) hour fundamental class. The SPCP recommends a technician complete 100 basic and intermediate procedures before proceeding to advanced work.

  1. Camouflage, scar correction
    1. Skin tones
    2. Overview of skin-tone pigments
    3. Review anatomy of normal skin
    4. Abnormal skin: disease, discolorations, growths
    5. Scars
    6. Fitzpatrick appropriated skin type and technique
    7. Review basic issues, procedures
    8. Observe procedures
    9. Hands-on work – no model sharing permitted
    10. Follow-up

Note:  The trainer is free to teach each topic in any order or combination as long as each area of study is presented.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

Trainers who wish to exclusively teach classes such as needle workshops, color theory, etc., must meet the guidelines required to teach at the Fundamental level as outlined in II.