The world of eyelash extension has grown bigger than ever, and now is the perfect time for you to get in. With demand on the rise, lash extension is not only an increasingly profitable skill, but a stable source of income.
With the right training, you can make up to six figures in one to two years, shares Jill’s Lash Academy. We offer a comprehensive two-day lash extension training course designed for licensed estheticians or cosmetologists. It covers fundamental and advanced techniques, including the safest and best practices in the industry.
The training program provides students with hands-on learning experience taking them through the entire step-by-step extension process: from preparing the natural lashes, choosing proper lash types for clients, to applying the extensions for guaranteed results.
By the end of the course, you will learn to build your business, retain clients, and provide an overall exceptional experience for each customer.
If you’re considering a career change, here are two good reasons to enroll in a professional lash extension training course and become a technician:
It’s Here to Stay
JJ Eyelashes founder May Lee describes the market as a “contagious disease”. When one girl gets an extension, she brings in her friends and it starts multiplying.
If you’re like most women, then mascara is a key item in your makeup bag. Women place so much importance to their lashes in feeling and looking more beautiful, that extensions sound like an irresistible offer.
If previous successes are any indication, eyelash extension can become the new manicure/pedicure, another addition to our beauty ritual of colors, cuts, and eyebrows.
Training Increases Trust
Although the industry is booming, particularly in Los Angeles, lash extensions are relatively new in the US. The FDA does not regulate the products, which leaves the responsibility to consumers to advocate for themselves. First of all, they’ll want to know the facility is clean. Second, they’ll make sure that the technicians have received proper and sufficient training.
Experts often advise consumers to research the salon’s products. Some lash brands sell only to licensed cosmetologists and estheticians, so if a salon uses that product, its technicians must have reliable credentials.
Wherever you look, it’s clear to see that the market is growing. If you want to make a difference in your practice, be a part of this growth. Join the training today for an enjoyable, life-changing working experience.