Changing the Face of Cancers (Program Launching in October 2019)
2.5 days | $3275.00 (available to 2 students only)
Eyebrow preservation and eyelash enhancement only. Single use disposable kits provided.
(Students and/or technicians must be affiliated with a physician in order complete the program)
This innovative new procedure has been Medically-endorsed and Oncology-approved 48 hours before the beginning of chemotherapy.
The Program Goal
Cancer news is devastating. The reality of the physical changes about to occur affects each patient differently according to the oncology protocol created. What we do know is that a wig can be purchased to cover the hair loss and eyelashes can be purchased to glue onto the lash line, but eyebrows must be drawn on, everyday. What we have found through our research is that the average person does not know where or how to draw on the eyebrows. The changes in the facial impression during many rounds of chemotherapy leave the patient with a “I can’t do it attitude”. Our goal for the patient is to be offered this trademarked procedure. The LiteTouchTattoo™ method uses the current brow shape the patient possesses and we tattoo in color to preserve the original brow shape. When the hair falls out, the pattern is left for the patient, so no mystery brow placement. The procedure is to be completed within the contracted physician’s office to ensure compliance utilizing the prepared single use disposable kit.
This intense 2.5-day training program is hands on. We do not work on newly diagnosed patients. Our community based model program offers many skin types for the technician to practice on. Courses are offered in Southern California.
A LiteTouchTattoo™ method is taught to lightly tattoo a brow shape and upper liner into the upper layer of the epidermal- dermal ridge. This minimally invasive procedure should last 6-12 months. When the patient’s hair falls out there will be a light pattern left in the skin. MAC cosmetics has provided a pencil for the patient to enhance the pattern if needed.
- Overview of the skin
- Eye and Brow anatomy
- Standard Facial Morphology
- Anesthetic overview, numbing
- Pigment overview, color theory
- Tools of the trade, Hand tools
- Consent forms
- Drawing, measuring,
- Sanitary and sterile tray set up
- Kit components
- Clean up
Hands on for the afternoon of day 2 and the ½ day of the 3rd day.