Chapter – South Africa
The Permanent Cosmetic Association of South Africa
The PCASA (a chapter of the SPCP) is a sound, non-profit South African professional association owned, operated, and controlled by its members and started in 2012. The Board Members of PCASA are represented by a diverse group elected by the members, serving limited terms.The PCASA is governed by a Code of Ethics that all members must abide by which sets the industry standard. We encourage the general public to search this website to find accredited technicians, see our code of ethics and get advice from this professional body on this unique art. Our principal association, the SPCP (The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals) was founded in 1990 and is the largest non-profit professional association in the United States and internationally for the permanent cosmetics industry. Our mission is to ensure members conduct the most professional treatments as perfectly as possible and that the public is protected against poor conduct and to ensure that every technician has access to outstanding training and continual professional development, so that they can become the best they can be.
PCASA Website: http://www.pcasa.org.za/
Bronwyn Miscia, CPCP