52. How Body Art Tattoo Techniques Can Translate To PMU with Lisa Doll @ladylisadoll

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists

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52. How Body Art Tattoo Techniques Can Translate To PMU with Lisa Doll @ladylisadoll

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists

Many of the same techniques used in body art tattooing are now being used for permanent makeup and the merging together of these two worlds mean more fundamental techniques are being shared and utilized – which is great! @ladylisadoll has been walking the two worlds for years and on today’s episode of PMU School she discusses key similarities and differences.

Lisa Doll is an accomplished Tattoo and Permanent Makeup artist and has been tattooing since 2011, and Permanent Makeup since 2013. In 2014, Lisa opened her own 2,800 sq ft studio, Rose Red Tattoo & Permanent Makeup in Ellicott City, MD and quickly grew a reputation as being a highly skilled and reputable artist with a strong business sense. With the combination of body art experience and permanent makeup training, Lisa is known for versatile designing, less discomfort and time during the procedure, easy healing process, and long lasting results with permanent makeup. Her advanced skills in tattooing body art designs over mastectomy scars attracted national attention from NPR and she is a published author in the AMA Journal of Ethics. Her award winning tattooing has been featured and published in various tattoo media publications and has attracted convention invites and a tattoo supplier sponsorship by Painful Pleasures.

Today, Lisa has built Rose Red Tattoo & Permanent Makeup to be one of the best sought after studios in Maryland, known for it's forward thinking, professional artists, excellent client service, and quality work. She is a SPCP Certified Permanent Cosmetic Professional (CPCP), SPCP Trainer Member, and member of the Coalition for Tattoo Safety. Lisa will be incorporating her own training center to mentor and offer fundamental and continuing education training to permanent makeup artists that combine tattoo techniques and knowledge from both sides of the industry to empower students with a strong foundation and advanced techniques.

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Many of the same techniques used in body art tattooing are now being used for permanent makeup and the merging together of these two worlds mean more fundamental techniques are being shared and utilized – which is great! @ladylisadoll has been walking the two worlds for years and on today’s episode of PMU School she discusses key similarities and differences.

Lisa Doll is an accomplished Tattoo and Permanent Makeup artist and has been tattooing since 2011, and Permanent Makeup since 2013. In 2014, Lisa opened her own 2,800 sq ft studio, Rose Red Tattoo & Permanent Makeup in Ellicott City, MD and quickly grew a reputation as being a highly skilled and reputable artist with a strong business sense. With the combination of body art experience and permanent makeup training, Lisa is known for versatile designing, less discomfort and time during the procedure, easy healing process, and long lasting results with permanent makeup. Her advanced skills in tattooing body art designs over mastectomy scars attracted national attention from NPR and she is a published author in the AMA Journal of Ethics. Her award winning tattooing has been featured and published in various tattoo media publications and has attracted convention invites and a tattoo supplier sponsorship by Painful Pleasures.

Today, Lisa has built Rose Red Tattoo & Permanent Makeup to be one of the best sought after studios in Maryland, known for it's forward thinking, professional artists, excellent client service, and quality work. She is a SPCP Certified Permanent Cosmetic Professional (CPCP), SPCP Trainer Member, and member of the Coalition for Tattoo Safety. Lisa will be incorporating her own training center to mentor and offer fundamental and continuing education training to permanent makeup artists that combine tattoo techniques and knowledge from both sides of the industry to empower students with a strong foundation and advanced techniques.

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