Discover the Art of Stunning Lashes with LavishLashes - Your Ultimate Eyelash Extension Destination
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Practice makes perfect! Our patented practice lashes are ideal for lash professionals at the beginning of their journey. Our team has designed and created them to make the practice lashes easily distinguishable from most people’s natural lashes, which are black.
Practice Lashes are a great way to help you practice your lash application technique. Repeating this task will help you to master the isolation and separation skills required for applying lashes with ease.
Our Practice Lashes are made in medium brown color so you can focus on making distance. The practice lashes are 0.15 mm in thickness and 10mm and 11mm in length with a classic curl, ideal for mimicking the natural lash, which is easier for beginners.
The Practice Lashes include a clear band which, together with the brown color, makes them easily distinguishable from black lashes.
Made to appear as if they are growing out of the skin and with each lash spaced 1 mm apart, students can focus on obtaining a perfect attachment and continue practicing isolation and separation.
- 0.15 mm thickness
- 10 mm and 11 mm length and classic curl
- brown color and clear brand for visibility
- classic curl perfect practicing natural lashes
- made to appear as if they are naturally growing out of the skin
Pro Tip: Film your practice sessions to watch them back and identify room for improvement.
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All orders placed with Lavish Lashes® between Monday and Thursday will typically be shipped within 24-72 hours. For comprehensive information on our shipping options, please refer to our shipping policies.
The Lavish Lashes® certification does NOT automatically imply or guarantee that you can provide lash extension services for a fee in your state. However, the Lavish Lashes® certification does provide you with the necessary specialized training and unique skills to perform safe lash extension applications. Many of our students will obtain, as the next step in launching their new lash career, a cosmetology or esthetician’s license - ultimately making for a licensed and highly competent certified lash professional. In many US states, licensed cosmetologists and estheticians are legally allowed to perform lash extension services without specific training in lash extension or board testing. Lavish Lashes® certification, combined with the requirements for state licensure, ensures consumer safety and protection.
Of course! Please keep in mind that for hygienic and quality control reasons, we can only accept unopened and sealed products (excluding adhesives) returned with a Return Authorization Number (RA#) within twenty-one (21) days of receipt. If the above conditions are met, we will refund the purchase price minus a twenty-five percent (25%) restocking fee and shipping charge.
Your earnings will depend on several factors, including: - The area in which you provide the service - Your hours of work - Experience and expertise - Your “menu of services” - many states require lash artists to become licensed as estheticians or cosmetologists, and you may have other talents and services you’ll want to offer clientele. Lash extensions are an exceptional added service for any beauty-based business - Where you work Given all this, it is really up to you! You can choose your career options: how much you work, where you work, how much you charge, etc. Here is a pricing model to help you decide. Go for it! Classic Full Set: 1.5 – 2 hours $225 – $300 Volume Blends Full Set: 2.5 – 3 hours $300 – $450 Remember: Times are approximate and depend on the condition of natural lashes and the desired look. Prices vary depending on your location.
You will find all the information and an application form on the Become a Trainer page on our website.
We have identified five health risks associated with lash extension applications: 1. Premature shedding of natural lashes 2. Allergic reactions 3. Adhesive in the eyes or on the skin 4. Wearing contact lenses during the procedure 5. Bacterial infection due to non-aseptic procedures To learn more about each potential health risk and how to prevent them please check out our consumer page regarding safety.