New Advances in Equipment for PMU and Pigment Safety

The Cosmetic Tattooing and PMU industry is advancing at a rapid pace.  In terms of equipment technology there are now some amazing new developments that provide the artist the ability to achieve incredible detailed work at amazing speed that can deliver these results with ease.  On the other hand, when it comes to pigments new studies are identifying hazardous chemicals and carcinogenic pigments that are currently being reviewed within Australia for regulatory purposes.  Meanwhile, Europe is one step ahead of us with the EU releasing their regulatory guidelines under the REACH Regulation from January 2022. . The restriction covers, for example: chemicals that cause cancer or genetic mutations and chemicals that are toxic to reproduction as well as skin sensitisers and irritants. Australia is currently finalising our own Departmental Standards that will outline our own regulatory requirements.  As a responsible PMU artists and Cosmetic Tattoo practitioner are your pigment safe?

In this lecture you will learn:

  • New equipment technology what to look for and what benefits do they offer
  • How to determine the safety of your pigments and why this is important
  • Updates on new techniques and the importance of maintaining your currency of knowledge
  • Current and future trends in PMU
About June Warry

June Warry has been in the beauty industry for the past 20 years, however she has a real passion for the cosmetic tattooing industry in which she is heavily involved for over 15 years. June is a proud co-owner of PCC (Permanent Cosmetic Culture) of which she recently hosted their sell-out conference earlier this year in Brisbane, plus their new sister brand ABACTA (Australian Beauty & Cosmetic Tattoo Awards) an awards company that is showing notoriety and recognition to the wonderful art and skill created by cosmetic tattooist. 

June has been researching and understanding the importance of pigment and products using on and implanting into the skin of our clients.  As a result, she recently created the company PMU Artist Supplies Pty Ltd to help educate and inform Australian cosmetic tattooist on the importance of implanting “safe” pigments into their clients.