FAQ’s Q: How long does it take to qualify to become a lash artist? A: Once you have completed the course you MUST start practicing straight away. The course has all the information you need but if you do not practice it does take longer. Some people are ready to start accepting clients within a month and others 2/3 months. Q: How long is the course A: If you are coming to the venue the course is a 1 day course. If you decide to opt to do the online course this is done at your own time. Q: Do I have to take an exam? A: There is not an official exam. Within the course there are a few questions you must complete. The questions are a summary of the course manual and will let you know how much you have learnt. Q: I already have my own kit, do I have to purchase your kit? A: You do not need to purchase our kit if you already have one. Please make sure you have all the important pieces within your kit so that you can do the training with ease and properly. Q: How much can I charge my clients once I am trained? A: This all depends on your area and how quick you are. A Full set of classic lashes varies from £80-£150. Remember clients need refills they will be back in a few weeks. The course will reach you how to maintain clients so they come back again and again. Q: Do Extensions damage my clients lashes? A: The process of applying lashes does not hurt and should be a relaxing treatment. Many clients fall asleep and wake up once the treatment is done. On the course you will be trained how to apply the lashes correctly. Extensions do not damage your clients lashes as long as they are applied correctly. Q: Can I get insurance? A: Yes, this course is fully accredited. Once you receive your certificate you will be able to purchase your insurance and start booking clients. Q: Do I need model on the day of training? A: Yes, you will be required to bring your model. Your model must arrive at the allocated time slot in the afternoon. Please tell your model to arrive without wearing any mascara.