About Our Academy

Minnesota Brow Lash & Medspa Academy is unlike any other beauty school in the country. Our industry leading techniques allow us to provide the highest quality education. Our instructors will ensure each student’s personal growth and development leading to a successful career in the beauty industry.

MN Brow Lash & Medspa Academy

Why Us

Our academy is recognized and licensed as a Private Career School with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education per pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, sections 136A.821 to 136A.832
We are licensed under the MN Board of Cosmetology, License #22001519
We are a licensed Body Art Facility under the Health Department
Our Training Master is recognized by World Wide Trainers Academy S as their Craft Master
Unlimited Lifetime Support: It is completely FREE to retake courses for continued support.
Partnered with our full Medical Spa our Training Institute is under the direction of a Medical Director.

Microblading & Permanent Makeup Courses

Frequently Asked Questions

The state of Minnesota Health Department regulates these body art programs: piercing, tattoo, body arts, dry tattoo, microblading and permanent makeup services. https://www.health.state.mn.us/facilities/providers/bodyart/index.html

To obtain a body art license in the state of Minnesota, you are required to apprentice under a body art supervisor ( who is fully licensed in MN ) for 200 hours hands-on human skin time.

An application for a temporary body art license is required to be filled out by both the student and the qualified supervisor. This application (along with paid fee) is required and will need approval by the MN Health Department before any live model or permanent makeup service procedure can be performed.

It is a misdemeanor offense if you violate this statute. Forms and application of the temporary technician license can be found at:

Students are not required to possess a cosmetology license to take the permanent makeup training as Permanent Cosmetics are regulated by the Department of Health. Students may choose to take any of our courses based on current skill sets and desired career goals. The course(s) will certify and train the student with the basic knowledge and skills to start practicing.

During the course(s), live model practice is an option for students to choose if they wish (with paid fee). To sign up for the live model option, we recommend the student register no later than 30 days prior to class which will allow time for the state licensing and approval process. Our academy will coordinate the licensing process on the student’s behalf.

Yes, we offer the most comprehensive training and apprenticeship programs in the region.

The apprentice will perform services on live models under the direction of a supervisor for a period of approximately 6-8 months at 2 days a week to fulfill the 200 hours minimum requirement by the state of Minnesota. Contact us for the apprenticeship fee and associated contract information.

Temporary Body Art License information and forms can be found at:

To practice on live models or to apprentice with us, you will need a ‘guest artist’ license.
The apprenticeship program is not necessary after completing the course in all states. However, the student may choose to apprentice with us to gain more experience and build skill sets quickly.

The apprenticeship program will vary depending on the student’s needs. To sign up for the live model option or apprenticeship program, we require a registration minimum of 30 days prior to class start date to accommodate the state licensing application process.

Our academy will coordinate the licensing process. Licensing information and form can be found at:

Students in classes are not required to have individual insurance

Apprentices, however, are required to carry (provide proof) their own liability insurance to perform body art at our facility.
If the student needs insurance as such, here is a link to affordable insurance:

Currently, we are not offering student loans or scholarships. We accept payment in these forms: check, credit card, cash or bank issued money orders.
Depending on the training program the student chooses, we offer special payment plans. Contact us for more details on the special payment plan.

The state of Minnesota requires 5 hours of training credits. You can find the training classes at: