Michelle Jennings, RN, CMI, Breast Repigmentation Nurse
Michelle received her nursing education in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, in 1986 and has spent the past 20 years specializing in Critical Care Nursing at Tampa General Hospital—a leading Level One Trauma Centre in the Tampa Bay, Florida area. In 2011, she relocated to the Treasure Valley in Idaho, reopening her practice in Meridian, Idaho, in 2012.
She is a Board Certified Micro-pigmentation Instructor, having received her advanced Micro-Pigmentation training from the Dermal Institute of Micro-Pigmentation in 1999, and her Board Certification in Micro-pigmentation in 2001. In 2004 she became a Certified Instructor.
Michelle is a Founding member and was Vice-President of the Canadian Academy of Micro-pigmentation organization, setting standards for, and educating, the Canadian Permanent Makeup Specialist.
Michelle is a member in good standing of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Specialists, as well as a Fellow with the American Academy of Micro-pigmentation. She is also a Board Certified Breast and Areolar Repigmentation Nurse.
In 2002, she founded the highly successful Centre for Corrective and Cosmetic Micro-pigmentation which specializes in on-site training for health care professionals with the primary focus in the area of Micro-pigmentation and Corrective Re-Pigmentation.
Michelle is also a frequent guest speaker in the Tampa Bay area and internationally, promoting and educating the public on Permanent Cosmetics.
“As a watercolor and textured stain glass artist, I love making things beautiful. Cosmetic tattooing and areolar repigmentation are like painting on a canvas. Creating art and changing how people see themselves outwardly brings me so much joy.”