Lashes are really on trend at present and hence the return of lash lift. The alternative to lash extensions, working with those lashes you’ve got. Develop the techniques to create that extra curl and lift to a client’s natural lashes. Learn the theory behind its application and how it works to give clients that added volume, thickness and getting those eyes open that extra bit. It gives a long lasting effect. This is an inexpensive treatment and has potential to add hugely to your earning power. Excellent add on for beauty therapists with the current trends in eye lashes.
-Practical and theoretical application of lash lift
Continue through the theory lessons and on completion carry out the theoretical assessment. On successful completion you will gain access to the practical section of the course. Keep Before and after pictures of full sets of Lashes you complete which you will be later asked to upload for your practical assessment. You should move to the interactive session after completion of numerous Lash lift treatments and need some help and feedback to progress. On upload of your Lash Lift Practical assessment your tutor will grade this and give you access to download your certificate.
LL – What is Lash Lifting / Perming?
What is Lash Lifting / Perming? Lash Lift is a Safe, simple and effective method of enhancing the appearance of the eyes. Perming straight eyelashes to encourage a gentle curl will give them instant length and create the illusion of bigger, brighter, ultra feminine eyes. This semi-permanent treatment eliminates the need for eyelash curlers for up to six weeks, making...Go to lesson
LL – Professionalism
A client will make their first impression of you within 15 seconds of meeting, therefore it is important to present a professional demeanour and appearance to ensure they have faith in your abilities and trust in your judgement. E.g. if you look untidy and dishevelled a new client may assume that the service you provide will be sloppy and unprofessional....Go to lesson
LL – Data Security
The Data Protection Act Data Protection 1998 sets out principles in dealing with peoples personal information and states that information should be obtained fairly and lawfully, held only for the purposes specified, used only for these purposes and disclosed only to people necessary, ensure information is accurate and up to date, held for only as long as necessary, individuals can...Go to lesson
LL – Consultation
Consultation Consultation cards are necessary to gain a clear picture of the client’s health and lifestyle so that you can identify contraindications as well as determine what the client is trying to achieve. You also need to obtain their name, address and telephone number in order to be able to contact them to cancel or re-arrange future appointments. It is...Go to lesson
LL – Health and Hygiene
Health and Hygiene Hygiene and sterilization are of the utmost importance in the Beauty industry. Ensuring your working area is kept hygienically clean and tools sterilized will prevent cross infection between clients. Below are some terms and methods that you will need to become familiar with and decide which best suits your needs and budget Sanitisation is the process of...Go to lesson
LL – Structure and Functions of the skin
Your skin is the largest organ in the body and is composed of 2 layers - the Epidermis and the Dermis. The Epidermis has 5 layers and is the part of the skin which we see on the exterior. The Dermis is composed of 2 layers and lies directly underneath the epidermis, it is composed of our blood and nerve...Go to lesson
LL – The Causes of Hair Growth
The Causes of Hair Growth The causes of hair growth are categorized into 3 groups - congenital, topical and systematic. Congenital: This means that the client has been born with or has genetics that cause the hair growth - race, nationality or family. Mediterranean and middle eastern races are generally predisposed to having excess hair growth, whereas Mongolian, oriental and...Go to lesson
LL – Contraindications to Lash Lift
Contraindications to Lash Lift A contraindication is any reason why treatment will need to be adapted or cannot be performed. It is important during the consultation process that contraindications are check with clients. Contraindications requiring medical permission – in circumstances where medical permission cannot be obtained clients must sign an informed consent form stating that the treatment and...Go to lesson
LL – Precautions during Lash Lift
Precautions during Lash Lift Contact Lenses must be removed Eye makeup should not be worn for 24 hours following treatment Other treatments to the eyes should not be carried out for 24 hours When applying products avoid contact with the skin. if any product comes into contact with the skin remove immediately If any irritation occurs, remove all products from...Go to lesson
LL – How Eyelash Perming Works
How Eyelash Perming Works Softening The perm lotion opens and swells the cuticle (outer layer of the hair) so that the lotion can enter the cortex (middle layer of the hair) Moulding In the cortex the perm lotion deposits hydrogen. the hydrogen breaks down the disulphide bonds in the cortex so the hair moulds itself around the perming curler Fixing...Go to lesson
LL – Homecare and Aftercare Advice
Homecare and Aftercare Advice Refrain from getting your eyelashes wet for at least 24 hours after the treatment. Avoid rubbing or touching the eye area as you could irritate the eyes. Don't spend too long in direct sunlight straight after your treatment, as this could weaken the perm lotion. If redness or irritation occurs, apply a damp cotton compress Avoid...Go to lesson
LL – Interactive Session
Please contact your Teacher for details on the schedule for the next Interactive Session. If a session has already been scheduled, you'll find the details below.
Meeting ID 84927246167 Topic LL interactive session Meeting Status Waiting - Not started
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Start Time Thursday, Feb 4, 2021 05:00 PM Timezone Europe/Dublin Duration 40