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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!

Colour is a complex topic with many variables, it is also an important topic for Cosmetic Tattooists and this series of articles will attempt to demystify the subject and will focus on content that will assist technicians to achieve better outcomes.

Eyeliner tattooing is increasing in popularity, this article examines some of the reasons why technicians have experienced adverse outcomes for their clients and the causes.

Personal Protective Equipment not only provides protection for the technician but also for the client by minimising the risk of cross infections, but many permanent makeup technicians appear to be uncertain about their obligations.

I recently delivered a special presentation at the Sydney Spa & Beauty Expo "Adding Cosmetic Tattoo to Your Salon" this article summarises some of the key points from the presentation.

Understanding your clients natural disposition can help you to personalize their service and increase satisfaction levels.

Topical anaesthetics are sometimes used by service providers prior to minor cosmetic procedures that may otherwise cause the client/patient significant discomfort. This well researched article highlights the importance of using anaesthetics safely.

Cosmetic Tattooist often talk about warm or cool colours when discussing their clients skin tones or the colour of a pigment but are we all talking about the same thing and does it help us with our work?

We receive lots of enquiries from Cosmetic Tattooists about why their tattooing might change colour, it seems that many within the industry including pigment manufacturers are vexed by this particular problem, this is part 1 of a 2 part article.

We receive lots of enquiries from Cosmetic Tattooists about why their tattooing might change colour, it seems that many within the industry including pigment manufacturers are vexed by this particular problem, this is part 2 of a 2 part article.