Beginners Classic Eyelash Extensions

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This course is suitable for complete beginners wanting to start a new career as an Eyelash Technician or as an add on treatment to an already established business.
Covering all aspects of Health and Safety, application, removal, maintenance and patch testing.

Case studies are required to complete this qualification.

Lessons

Types of Lashes

It is important that you understand the different types of lashes and methods of Eyelash Extension Application. Strip Lashes – These lashes can be bought for you to apply yourself…

Troubleshooting

Bad retention? Ensure you thoroughly cleanse prior to application. Preparation is key! Correct environment and speed for your adhesive? Make sure the lashes are the right length for your client…

Aftercare

Once the treatment has been completed you should check that the client is happy before giving them aftercare advice. This should be clear and thorough, and where possible this should…

Adhesive and the Environment

Facts to consider There are many different types and brands of adhesive The main ingredient of lash adhesive is cyanoacrylate Cyanoacrylate reacts with natural fibres such as cotton wool, leather…

Lash Mapping

Reasons for Mapping We map out our eyelash extension sets to ensure symmetry, style the lashes and to create ease. Mapping shows you what length and curl to choose on…

Application

Before starting the treatment, you should ensure that the client knows what to expect from the treatment and understands what results to expect. You should always follow the manufacturer’s instructions…

Curls, Thicknesses & Lengths

There is a wide range of Lash Curls and Thicknesses. We choose what to use by considering the client’s suitability, their natural lashes, and of course the styling and method…

Preparation

Before commencing the treatment, you will need to have the following pieces of equipment: – Couch Couch cover Disposable bed roll Equipment trolley Stool Good Lighting (Ring light or equivalent)…

Hair

A hair is an appendage of the skin. It grows out of, and is part of the skin, and is made up of dead skin cells containing keratin.

Contra-actions

A contra-action can occur during or after any beauty or holistic treatment.

Consultation & Patch Testing

Before carrying out any treatment, you should always carry out a thorough consultation. The most important aspect of this is to ensure that it is safe to carry out the treatment.

Contraindications Continued…

A contra-indication is a factor which will prevent you from carrying out your treatment, whilst contra-actions are things which may occur as a result of the treatment, either during or after it.

Contraindications

A contra-indication is a factor which will prevent you from carrying out your treatment, whilst contra-actions are things which may occur as a result of the treatment, either during or after it.

The Eye

-Iris: regulates the amount of light that enters your eye. It forms the coloured, visible part of your eye in front of the lens. Light enters through a central opening…

The Skin

The skin is one of the largest organs in the body and consists of tissues which are joined together to perform specific functions. It is an epithelial tissue that can…

Removal & Maintenance

Removal is generally only necessary if a client requests it or you need to remove a specific lash at the time of maintenance. Apply under eye pads in the same…

Insurance

It is extremely important that you obtain insurance from a reputable insurance company. This will also cover you for any loss or damage to your products, earnings or property. This…

Questions, Case Studies and Zoom Call

To obtain your full qualification you must complete case studies. With Eyelash Extensions this can be a long process. Please be patient with yourself it is important that we get…