Licensed/Certified Micropigmentation Practitioner, Instructor and Craft Master
A word from Bea Robinson
There are so many situations in which a woman finds herself challenged to feel comfortable about her appearance. There are many conditions that contribute to the emotionally and physically devastating effects of breast cancer and that includes partial or total alopecia on eyebrows and scalp. It is my job to say: “Every woman deserves to feel beautiful”. Our self-perception of our own beauty is what matters the very most. Feeling good about one’s self is part of what empowers women to have the confidence to face life’s challenges. To be able to give the gift of beauty and restorative treatments to offset the trauma of breast cancer is such a blessing for me. To see a woman’s face light up and her head held higher because she now has a scar that can no longer be detected, or even just hearing her say she’ll get 30 more minutes of beauty sleep in the morning because she no longer has to pencil on her eyebrows or eyes every day – is such a great feeling!
I have been so fortunate in my career. After many years of experience in both the medical, holistic and beauty industries I was introduced to the art of permanent cosmetics and paramedical dermopigmentation. It became the perfect combination of all my previous training and experience. I was so lucky to have some very exceptional colleagues, teachers and mentors along the way. I am now teaching others and try to give back to my industry and my community to show my thankfulness and recognition of how fortunate I am to love what I do and be genuinely excited to go to work every day. I donate my time performing nipples/ areolas re-pigmentation jobs for breast cancer victims on Pink October events and many pro-bono jobs whenever necessary for women with no health insurance or limited resources. Unfortunately many of them are supposed to correct the poor work done by those who attempt permanent makeup as a part time endeavor, but teaching and practicing in this industry is my single focus.
I am honored that the job I do for women of all ages and lifestyles is so important and valued by each one I touch.
Beatriz B. Robinson has over 19 years of experience in permanent makeup and skin care with previous medical background. Dedicated to develop formulations for the cosmetic industry and passionate about teaching aesthetics and naturopathy sciences at three important beauty schools and learning centers for 5 years in South America, Bea Robinson became an icon in The Permanent Cosmetics and Medical Tattooing field after training over 200 technicians individually. Graduated in Visual Arts and advertising as a hobby, she got some skills in art, drawing, painting, photography and facial visagism. Eleven years ago she came to USA (California) to be the first Brazilian certified in advanced paramedical tattoo procedures. Working in her own Skin Clinic in Brazil for eight years, she was considered the SWEETHEART of many celebrities and politicians. She also worked extensively with plastic surgeons on medical tattoo procedures such as areolas repigmentation (the area surrounding the nipple of the breast), vitiligo, cleft palate scars, stretch marks and skin color recovery in general. Always gratified by her “pro-bono” work with breast cancer survivors, she has helped recover many people, not only physically but emotionally as well. Many of her patients report that they have a renewed sense of self-esteem and confidence. Beatriz B. Robinson has been recognized as the best permanent make-up teacher for the last 12 years in Brazil, her students are usually physicians, nurses and aesthetic technicians. Beatriz B. Robinson is here in America since 2011, sharing her knowledge and expertise, offering the best quality job as excellence to people of all ages all over the world.
Trained at Biotouch, Beauty Angels Academy and Branko Babic Phibrows Academy. Awarded 3 times in 2020 in USA and Europe.
Bea Robinson is also a volunteer writer for the SPCP (Society of Permanent Cosmetics Professionals) quaterly magazine.