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There are numerous technicians and suppliers importing tattoo inks and cosmetic tattoo pigments into Australia but how many of them are actually in compliance with Australian Laws & Regulations?

Professional indemnity insurance is absolutely crucial for anyone working in the personal services sector to protect both the service provider and the client yet some service providers are refused insurance.

CosmeticTattoo.org has developed guidelines for cosmetic tattoo training standards that will assist course participants to gauge which training events are in compliance with minimum international benchmarks for vocational education.

The number of cancer-in-tattoo case reports in the medical literature is extremely low, technicians may be tempted to make assumptions about the statistics, in this article we compare the statistics to what might be expected on a random basis.

MicroBlading has become the fastest growing segment of the cosmetic tattoo industry and traditional education pathways are being bypassed, we take a closer look.

The best way to deal with a conflict related to cosmetic tattooing is to endeavour to prevent conflict from occurring in the first place, this article discusses some useful strategies for preventing and managing disputes.

Using the mainstream media to market your Cosmetic Tattoo business can be quite enticing, with the potential for widespread free exposure, BUT it can also go horribly wrong and end up doing your brand more harm than good.

Many cosmetic Tattooists have told us that their basic training did not cover client pre-treatment screening very well, they dont know what questions to ask or what to advise the client if they answer yes to specific questions, we discuss this topic!

Clients/Patients who have darker skin tones may be more susceptible to a condition called Post Inflammatory Hyper-pigmentation or PIH for short. Clients who have or may develop PIH have hyperactive melanocyte cells in their skin.

You may encounter a middle aged client who presents for Cosmetic Tattooing with unexplained loss of hair in their outer eyebrows, if there appears to be no obvious reason then it is possible that the client may be suffering from a thyroid condition.