How Permanent Makeup Artists Can Make Over $100 Every 15 minutes.
Updated: Dec 22, 2021
Permanent makeup artists have already dipped their toes into the world of tattooing, so adding the option for a dainty piece of body art makes perfect business sense. In terms of business growth, it’s important to look at ways to expand your service offering that won’t require a huge investment in equipment, learning a brand-new skill, and marketing a whole new service offering. The more expensive the expansion, the longer it will be until you see an ROI.
That’s why tiny tattoos make the perfect add-on to complement your permanent makeup services. You likely have all or most of the equipment you need, an interested clientele to tell about your new service, and the space (and steady hands) to make your tiny tattoos a hit. Plus, tiny tattoos take very little time to apply and you can charge in the triple digits for them (think $100-$150 for just 15 minutes of tattooing!).
How to Get Tiny Tattoo Training
If you’re a permanent makeup artist, adding tiny tattoos to your service list is an easy choice to make. You’ve already got everything you need to get started, equipment-wise. While there’s a lot of overlap between microblading and adding a tiny tattoo to an elbow, wrist, or shoulder, we recommend you do things the right way and learn the ins and outs of tiny tattoo applications before you start working on clients. The training is definitely worthwhile, especially if it means making an extra $100-$150 for a 15-minute appointment. Consider your time and money investment paying for itself...
We offer tiny tattoo training to get you on board with the biggest new trend in permanent makeup. Sign up for your online class today so you can possibly cut your working hours in half while making an extra 3-6k per month
We offer tiny tattoo training to get you on board with the biggest new trend in permanent makeup. Sign up for your online class today so you can possibly cut your working hours in half while making an extra $3-6k per month”