What Tattoo Removal Devices Will I Train with at New Look Laser College?

Lasers You'll Train with during New Look Laser College
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Before attending a tattoo removal training course, students are usually curious about the lasers they’ll train with.  At New Look Laser College, we typically train students how to use the Astanza Duality and Astanza Trinity, but we’re excited to welcome another laser into the mix soon!

We know that not all students who attend the course will perform tattoo removal with Astanza systems after certification, so we try to share as much applicable knowledge about other systems as possible.  Our goal for every course is to help students feel confident performing laser tattoo removal on any tattoo and with any type of laser. Keep reading to learn more about the lasers you’ll train with during New Look Laser College. For a more in-depth look into New Look Laser College, join us for our free FAQ webinar on September 20th!


The Astanza Duality
(AKA a “Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser”)

Training with the Astanza Duality tattoo removal laserThe Astanza Duality is our “workhorse” laser and a crowd favorite at New Look Laser College. This is the primary laser our students learn to use because majority of tattoo removal clinics have at least a dual-wavelength device similar to the Duality.

Known for its reliability, high performance, and consistent results, the Astanza Duality is an easy-to-use Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser that targets a wide range of ink colors, including black, brown, purple, blue, green, red, orange and yellow. The Duality uses 1064 nm and 532 nm wavelengths and has a 5 mm square spot size.   


The Astanza Trinity
(Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser PLUS a Q-Switched Ruby Laser)

Students also train with the Astanza Trinity, a three-wavelength system (1064 nm, 532 nm, and 694 nm) that combines the power of two standalone lasers, the Duality and the Eternity.

The Trinity has all the power and capability of the Duality with the added benefit of the Eternity’s 694 nm wavelength. This wavelength allows practitioners to target brighter, more stubborn tattoo ink colors, including lime green, sky blue, teal, resistant black, etc.  Three-wavelength systems like the Trinity provide the most effective solution for complete, full-spectrum tattoo removal. 


*NEW* Astanza Etherea MX + Acroma Handpiece
Portable Platform System with an Interchangeable Handpiece

The Astanza Etherea MX is the latest laser addition to the New Look Laser College lineup, and students will have the opportunity to train with it during upcoming courses!  The Etherea MX is a unique tool for tattoo removal because it functions as a “platform” system with seven interchangeable handpieces that can perform over 70 different FDA-cleared laser procedures. 

The Etherea MX’s Acroma handpiece is used for tattoo removal and is similar to the Astanza Duality because it features the same 1064 nm and 532 nm wavelengths and is a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser. However, unlike the Duality, the Acroma handpiece supports various spot sizes for its 1064 nm wavelength (3, 5, 7, and 9 mm).  Students who train with the Etherea MX’s Acroma handpiece will gain valuable experience using a portable system.


*Note: The Duality is currently used at courses held outside of our Dallas, TX Headquarters. If you are interested in gaining additional training with the Etherea MX or EternityTSR, please attend one of our upcoming Dallas, TX courses. This is subject to change, please contact info@newlooklasercollege.com to determine which laser will be used at your specific course. 



New Look Laser College believes in providing a diverse training experience with various lasers to educate our students. Not only will students gain unparalleled experience working with different lasers, they will also see the many competitive features that each individual laser has to offer and better understand which laser they want to invest in for their practice.

For more questions about our lasers, curriculum, upcoming courses, etc., feel free to reach us at 1-800-364-9010, info@newlooklasercollege.com, or join us for our upcoming tell-all webinar September 20th! 

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