Imagine being able to help people suffering from baldness.
Well, believe it or not, you actually can.
Hair tattooing AKA scalp micropigmentation is the fastest-growing trend in the beauty industry and you can get in on it – in just four days.
You don’t need to have any previous beauty or tattooing experience to master the craft either. And since we’re giving one lucky reader the chance to do a four-day course in the procedure with world-renowned tattoo artist Billy DeCola, it could be your next career move.
DeCola was among the first specialists to deliver scalp micropigmentation treatments in Japan, the US, and Canada, for people who suffered head injuries and didn’t qualify for hair transplant surgery. And now it’s the most popular and cost-effective hair loss solution.
Since then, the celebrity tattoo artist has gone on to establish Vancouver Scalp Micropigmentation, his very own specialist clinic in Burnaby. There he has treated more than 1,500 clients suffering from hair loss, thinning, scarring, and alopecia. And once you’re trained up, you could be doing the same, making a massive difference in the lives of many.
You’ll learn how to use a single, lead-free needle to make pigmentation dots on the scalp where hair follicles used to be. The micropigmentation mimics the hair of a closely shaved scalp, and can be used by both men and women to get their hair back to the way it used to look.
If you’re interested in joining DeCola for a specialist four-day course in skin micropigmentation then simply enter the contest below and you could be the lucky winner.
Enter for your chance to win 50% off a four-day course in micropigmentation with Vancouver Scalp Micropigmentation.
To enter for your chance to win 50% off a four-day course in micropigmentation with Vancouver Scalp Micropigmentation, do the following;
3. Leave a comment below telling us why you want to learn how to do scalp micropigmentation. (1 entry)
Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on November 27, 2017. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted over email.