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PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists

Nov 15, 2021

"There's a certain mentality around paramedical tattooing that's like giving back and healing and I think that tends to be synonymous in people's minds of that you should then be giving back to help these people along in their journey and there's certainly a part of that I think is true. But the other side of that is you run a business". In today's episode, @jodystoski discusses how to go about charging for paramedical tattoos in your business. 

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Meet Jody:

It’s rare to find a profession that lets you explore your true passion of helping others while using your unique skills. Luckily for Jody Stoski, Founder of Jody Stoski Paramedical Tattoo Academy and owner of Cinnamon Girl Clinic, her career allows her to do just that. 

Originally a professional make-up artist, Jody trained in permanent makeup and paramedical tattooing in 2007 and opened her clinic @cinnamongirltattoo in 2008. Jody has served well over ten thousand cosmetic and paramedical clients, quickly becoming recognized as an industry leader. She’s served as a board member of the American Academy of Micropigmentation and has partnered with doctors and plastic surgeons, offering information sessions at local hospitals regarding the various options available to those recovering from injury or trauma. 

She has been training PMUs in all aspects of paramedical tattooing since 2019 through her online academy Jody Stoski Paramedical Tattoo Academy (@jodystoski) and Shay Danielle Academy Online (@shaydanielle.pmu).

Find Jody on Instagram: @jodystoski