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You are now ready for your final step before certification. Use your mannequin or synthetic skin for the final exam. Be sure to give your client a natural hairline and draw in a hairline. You will need to do all three sessions and take pictures of each one, showing up your result.
I want you to create a natural hairline on this client and blend along the sides as well. I want to see your your first, second and final procedure, FRONT, SIDES, and BACK. The reason I want to see each session is to make sure you are applying enough density each session.
We do not provide a mannequin head in our kit, you can opt to purchase one or practice on a melon such as a honeydew.
We want to see a natural hairline, meaning, consistency in dots that are evenly spaced out with no open patches or spaces. We also want to see the actual dot itself. As mentioned in the course, a slanted dot could be the way you are holding machine or how deep you are placing the ink.
Please provide us with a copy of your Bloodborne Pathogen Certification, if this is not required in your area, please provide us with that information.
Please submit mannequin/synthetic skin work together.
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Watch how I lighting I go through the 3rd session to really top it off. I personally think the first and 3rd session is where the magic is. First session laying those tight initial impressions, second adding density and third really making it look FLAWLESS.
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