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How Do I Choose the Best Eyelash Training?

By A. Rohlandt
Updated May 17, 2024
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When you're trying to choose the best eyelash training, you should look for a course that is offered by a reputable company and taught by experts in the field. A good training course should also prepare you for all aspects of eyelash exstention and to either start or expand your existing business to include this service. The trainer to student ratio is important as well as is the duration of the course and the costs involved. You should also receive a certificate or proof of completion once you finish the training.

The first step when choosing a good eyelash training course, is to look for a well-known and reputable company. Most companies train students using their own brand of eyelash extension products, and you may also be required to have a cosmetologist or aesthetician's license to take the course. Some courses are partnered with associations that regulate training standards in the beauty industry and offer insurance to cosmetologists and aestheticians. Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) is one of these organizations.

A good training course should be taught be experts in the field. These instructors should have both the experience and training needed to instruct others. Most eyelash training companies train their instructors according to strict standards, but it's always best to check that the person offering the training is qualified to do so.

The best eyelash training course should instruct you in all aspects of eyelash extension. Preparation and application techniques should not be the only techniques taught in the course. Correcting problems with lashes and lash removal should also be included. Some courses focus solely on the technique and how to offer the service while other courses provide students with information on how to expand their existing businesses or start a new business.

The trainer to student ratio is another important consideration. The fewer students to each trainer, the better. If there are fewer students for each trainer to handle, each student receives more individual attention. You might look for a company that trains students either individually or in small groups. Some eyelash training companies will even visit someone's home or salon to offer such training.

Eyelash training courses tend to last from one to three days. The duration of the course may directly influence the topics covered and how extensive the training is. You should think about how in-depth you would like the training to be and how much time you're willing to invest in being trained. Some students may struggle to master all the techniques in a one-day training courses, so if you're a novice, a longer course might be a better option.

Costs involved will vary depending on the company, the course content, and the duration of the course. Some eyelash training courses or seminars are expensive, and you should consider whether the potential business you'll receive justifies the extra expense. If your clients are unlikely to pay higher prices for eyelash extension, you may want to opt for a less expensive course.

A good eyelash training course should also offer you proof of completion once you've finished the training. Some companies also offer added benefits to students who pass their training and may even refer potential clients to them. Looking for these added benefits may help you to get more out of the course that you attend.

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