After completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons), Rebecca found herself on her own personal journey through breast cancer. The care that she received on this journey, and the people that she met, inspired her to use her artistic talents to help others. She knew that micropigmentation would be her way of giving back.
Rebecca completed her paramedical tattoo training in Skin & Scar Camouflage and Nipple/Areola reconstruction using the latest micropigmentation techniques from a member of the British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology (BABTAC) in Wellington, New Zealand. She has also undertaken further paramedical training in 3D Nipple/Areola reconstruction, cosmetic enhancements in Featherstroke Eyebrows and Eyeliner as well as Hair and Scalp Micropigmentation for Hair-loss and Alopecia by a Master Trainer from Think MBC Cosmetic Tattoo in Australia.
Based in Masterton Wairarapa, Rebecca has established a private clinic in a tranquil country setting, where she can combine her artistic background with her technical micropigmentation skills to help restore and renew not only your external appearance, but also your inner confidence and self esteem. Rebecca’s paramedical tattooing practice is all about making you feel whole, both on the inside and the outside.
Rebecca is a member of the Aesthetics Practitoners Advisory Network Pty Ltd (QLD, Australia). APAN is a membership-based Standards Body with a focus on credibility. Being an APAN member represents integrity and professionalism in the aesthetics industry. APAN rigorously pursue and promote the development of educational pathways for members through relevant conferences and seminars, as well as higher learning initiatives, that will contribute to a more professional industry. It also negotiates with Government Regulatory Bodies and Educational providers to ensure that relevant industry needs are taken into consideration when establishing qualifications.