Teri Cantor is licensed in cosmetology and has practiced in the industry for over 27 years as a hair stylist and colorist, as well as waxing and makeup application. In 2006 Teri started volunteering with the “Look good…Feel great” program thru the American Cancer Society helping to run hands on seminars for women going thru chemo therapy. These seminars taught the women skin care, application of brows (most of the women had lost their brow hair because of their treatments), as well as wig and scarf applications. This is a wonderful opportunity for women going thru cancer treatment to meet other women and talk as well as learn some new skills to help them thru their difficult cancer journey. For further information please contact “lookgoodfellbetter.org.”

Using all this aspects of her of her trade Teri decided to further her education and get trained in permanent makeup, and after her training she became a member of the SPCP, The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals. With permanent makeup she felt she could continue in her artistry doing brows, and liner as well as the Paramedical aspect of permanent makeup such as camouflage for scarring and areola replacement after reconstructive surgery from breast cancer. Recoloring and creating balance after breast augmentation.  Permanent makeup has advance in its technology for application using digital machines, and in the high quality pigment products that are now available, and Teri is excited to be a part of it.


SPCP - The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals

 

The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals was founded in 1990 and is the largest non-profit professional association in the United States and internationally for the permanent cosmetics industry, also known as permanent makeup.  
 
The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals is dedicated to promoting permanent makeup safety, excellence, and professional standards by providing education, certification, and industry guidelines.
 
Permanent cosmetic, permanent makeup, or micropigmentation; although the titles describing the service may differ within the industry, the service is the same - cosmetic tattooing. Permanent cosmetics is a specialized service within mainstream beauty industries offering everyone the opportunity to look their best at all times or to look to the permanent cosmetic service to assist with overcoming the results of medical procedures or trauma to the skin.
 
The SPCP membership represents professionals in the industry who are dedicated to promoting the ideals and standards of the SPCP, offering permanent cosmetics that are conducted in accordance with safety standards specific to the permanent cosmetic process, and those who stay abreast of and participate in industry activities.

 

SPCP Code Of Ethics