Mar 27, 2020
Rotary tattoo machines are becoming increasingly popular among permanent makeup artists. But, how do you know which one is right for you with so many options available? Mary Hall Scott @maryhallscott discusses three major components to consider when choosing a rotary tattoo machine.
Mary has an extensive background in both the corporate and medical professions. At the age of 30, she enrolled in school after many successful years in business. Entering the medical field as a Radiologic Technologist and a Radiation Therapist, she worked for over 15 years in emergency rooms, level one trauma settings and cancer centers. Mary also pursued her passion in the fitness industry, owning a health club more than 13 years.
Currently Mary is a Cosmetic Permanent Make-up Artist and a Paramedical Tattoo Artist.
Her mission is to provide clients with alternatives to look their best, enhancing the way they feel about themselves. As a make-up artist, she has an “eye” and "artistic talent”, that helps clients decide on the procedure that will be appropriate for them. Her medical background gives her the knowledge and experience to assure clients that the procedures are safe. Her passion for this field continues to grow as her abilities allow her to help endless numbers of people. Mary's portfolio of services includes both cosmetic and medical. This is a winning combination and her clients receive the full benefit of her experience and knowledge.
After years of experience Mary has advanced her career by opening Permanent Makeup Designs Academy. She now has the incredible opportunity to teach artists both cosmetic and medical tattooing from all over the United States.
As an artist and an instructor she quickly recognized there were some gaps in the industry. She has combined her physics education along with her practical knowledge and developed products for my industry such as unique tattoo cartridges among other items. With a keen eye for new trending products, therefore, she combined that talent with my design skill set and created an international tattoo supply company, Micropmu Tattoo Supply.