Artist is every person who has previously been a PhiBrows student and who successfully passed the Craft Master application training.
Each Artist obtains a certificate, a logo with the unique number, introduction to the PhiBrows map on the website.
Work of Artist has to be good, it has to be done with all instructions learned through the course.
This means that shape and symmetry has to be calculated and drawn with golden ratio, transition has to be done correct, strokes have to be precise and pigment has to be in the correct skin layer.
Microblading is a form of art that requires consistent practice to perfect the technique. This is why we developed the Craft Master program to educate our students at their own pace, without feeling rushed. Students are provided with proper training, tools and skills to become qualified professionals.
There are several guidelines and protocols that go into permanent makeup which cannot be taught in a two-day program.
Choosing the right education is fundamental to your learning, and our program offers you a full support through courses.
If an Artist wants to progress, he/she has to practice hard, publish his/her works and follow all the changes in techniques and materials.
In order for an Artist to become a Royal Artist, he/she has to have the title of an Artist for at least 6 months.
He/she can become a Royal Artist after being proposed by his/her or some other Craft Master. If all the Craft Masters agree, an Artist is pronounced a Royal Artist.
Every Royal Artist has to have top quality work by following all PhiAcademy rules.
With every title, no matter is it Artist, Royal Artist, Master Assistant or Master, you have responsibility to provide the best quality to your clients.
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