Janice T. Eyerly
brings a tremendous amount of talent into the field of Permanent Cosmetics
got into the Skin Care business several years ago when she
was quite young after she
sold a most successful cleaning business to enter into this area.
She started as a Mary Kay Consultant and worked her way up to driving a Mary Kay car and had about 30 consultants under her wing when she felt this was not what she wanted.
wanted a better way to "Make A Difference" in people's lives and she
chose Electrolysis as a starting point.
Electrolysis offered Janice
a way to help those with excessive hair problems.
studied for 6 months at the Southeastern Institute
in South Carolina; her
course of study included a heavy emphasis on the medical aspects of Electrolysis and body systems.
Janice then went on to become certified as a Clinical and Medical Electrologist known as a C.C.E. which she maintains the five year re-certification current through Continuing Education units known as CEUs.
has trained on the use of lasers for hair removal, but does not offer that service at this time.
later decided to expand into a related field of helping people when she
discovered the benefits of Permanent Make Up or also known as Permanent Cosmetics
As with everything she does, Janice jumped in by studying with the best National Trainer in the business and once her Basic Instruction was finished, she took off running.
Janice now is a National Trainer for Permanent Cosmetics and Board Certified, she teaches the Basic Course and many techniques in her various Advanced Training Classes; some of these include, but are not limited to: eye shadow, cheek blush, camouflage techniques, tattoo removal, application of small, tasteful tattoos; areola enhancement; special application techniques; and many others.
has rounded out most of the areas Janice
felt would help the most people and she
has excelled in this field as she
has in every endeavor she
New and exciting!
A leading corporation in our industry has asked us to join with them in the development of our current Training Manual into a formal course text to be published.
and her husband, Lou, will author this text to be used by large, formal schools throughout the country and even overseas!
has added Skin Peels and MicroDermAbrasion to the services provided in her
also teaches several Permanent Cosmetic courses in Kernersville, NC in the clinic, Aboutface on 'N' Cherry Street.
provides most of the procedures to help people enhance their appearance and to help those with problems like: nervous disorders that prevent ladies from applying eye liner because they shake too much; or skin problems such as Vitiligo; or Areola enhancement and Scar Tissue Relaxation and Camouflage after breast surgery; and others too numerous to mention in this biography.
is known and respected by many people in the industry and in associated industries.
People come to her
for information and advice.
For example, NAILS Magazine
came to Janice
recently for information on Permanent Make Up that featured her
and a few other professionals in the March 2002 issue of NAILS
has lectured at: the University of North Florida
on Electrolysis ,Sanitation, and Sterilization; on a regular basis, a guest professional to lecture and introduce Cosmetology students to Permanent Cosmetics
at Macon Technical College
, Macon, Georgia; and the guest speaker at social and civic clubs such as Rotary.
was asked by the Olmstead Medical Center
in MN to provide training at their Medical Center for the staff on their regular patients who needed Areola Restoration procedures after Cancer Surgery.
This was followed by teaching at a medical spa in San Bernardino, California.
Always wanting to provide the best to her
developed and obtained a Copyright to her
Basic Training Manual that is issued to anyone taking her
recognized, Basic Course taught in accordance with the requirements of the Society of Permanent Cosmetics
Professionals known as the SPCP
This manual is available to those who are already in the business who would like to the best reference available.
The State of Oklahoma was provided a copy of this manual, at their request, to be used as a reference for their Adult Education system.
is in the process of developing an Advanced Techniques Reference Manual that should be available soon.
In summary, Janice
offers the best in Permanent Make Up procedures and the Education of Permanent Make Up by teaching the Basic Course and various Advanced Courses.
also provides Electrolysis services and teaches the complete Electrolysis Course.
provides MicroDermAbrasion services and teaches and sells MicroDermAbraison machines.
provides Skin Peels and sells the Institut' DERMed, formerly Dermess, line of Skin Care Products.
Other areas of services are: Janice
sells a complete line of Permanent Cosmetics
Supplies that includes machines, pigments, and all related supplies to technicians.
All and all, Janice
is a "complete" professional with the main interest of providing clients with the very best in business ethics, services, and supplies.
Note. Janice attends Continuing Education Courses (CEUs) on an regular basis.
has attended the SPCP National Conventions for more CEUs to keep her
current with technique and legal changes.
Just prior to one of the SPCP Conventions, Janice
attended and set up a booth at the CCTA Convention
in San Antonio Texas; this was the first convention for this new and up and coming professional society.
Janice attended the AAM Conference in Orlando, Florida, in October & did attend the April 2007 Convention in San Diego during the the 2002 AAM Conference, she took the important CMI Examination; Janice was notified December 27 of that year that she was now a National Certified Instructor and Board Certified (CMI).
As a result of this significant achievement, Janice
now holds the top certifications in all of the leading societies!
There are less than 60 National Trainers in the world and there are less then 50 in the United States.
Janice is also a Certified Micropigmentation Instructor.
received 15 Hours of Continuing Education Credits by Attendance at the Third Annual Fall Conference of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals September 14-15, 2002, San Antonio, Texas.
Janice Satisfactorily completed the initial training course for: Bloodborne Pathogens, September 15, 2002, and has updated the BBP each year at the SPCP Conference or Conventions which meets the requirements of Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens, 29 CFR 1910.1030.
has taken all the upgrades to this course and she
took the upgrade to the Bloodbourne Pathogens October 17, 2006 in Toronto, Canada in addition to the required Continued Education Units offered at the 2006 conference.
has attended conferences and conventions to date and keeps her
Bloodbourne Pathogens and First Aid expertise up to date.
reached the top by becoming a CPCP
with the SPCP
& a CMI & Board Certified with the AAM!
Janice is now a former member of the SPCP and former CPCP with the SPCP.
Janice left the SPCP when the SPCP changed its direction from what Janice expected a major society should be doing.