With so many beauty training centres offering eyelash extension & lash lift courses, it can feel a little overwhelming when you’re looking for a school that will suit your needs. If you don’t know where to start in your search, hopefully we can help! 

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Choosing the right Eyelash Extension or Lash Lift Course

Beginning here might seem daunting, but the best way to start your path is to figure out where you want to be on that path. Think about the beauty industry – which part of it interests you? Would you prefer to work in the eyelash industry? Or are you more interested in offering a range of services like the ones available at your local beauty salon? Hopefully we at Eyelash Extensions Near Me.co.uk can assist you with these types of questions.  Some courses can be taken online, but they won’t give you the hands-on experience that a beauty school or a course taken at a college will give you.  Here are a few examples of courses you might come across: 
  • Eyelash Extensions – Classic 
  • Eyelash Extensions Russian Volume 
  • Lash Lift 
  • Lash/Brow Artist
Once you have your preferred area, think about the time commitment of a training course. Some courses – like a Lash Lift course – can be completed in one day through beauty schools. Others, such as a Level 3 Diploma in Makeup Artistry, take around 20 weeks. Whereas a full beauty therapy course at a college can take one to two years.  Choosing the right school You’ve decided on your sector, now it’s time to find a school that offers the courses that you’re looking at. You can find a few of these with a local internet search, either by using Google or by searching on UCAS (depending on the level of course and qualification that you’re after).  The school you choose should list the entry requirements for each course, as well as any costs involved in joining the course, and what course dates they offer. As well as this, the school should have a good online presence (look for their social media channels), and should have visible reviews that you can easily find and read.  What to look for During your search, one vital thing you should be looking for is accredited training. If your course isn’t accredited, that means that it isn’t recognised as a qualification by any awarding bodies or councils in the country.  Accredited courses are validated, checked, and assessed before being given their accreditation. This will mean that the course has the standards to build your beauty skills and give you the knowledge you need for the sector.  The ever-evolving beauty sector The beauty industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the UK. There are somewhere around 300,000 individuals working in the beauty sector, employed in positions across eyelash extension salons and mobile beauty individuals, running their own businesses.  Beauty therapists are always needed, especially as the sector continues to grow to incorporate more treatments and services.  It’s important to get the right kind of training, not just because it’s a legal requirement to be trained, certified and insured before you can practice semi-permanent eyelash extensions So, why not improve your chances of gaining professional skills and better earning potential.