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Choose The Right Training Program

Aug 10, 2017

Your education is the first big decision of your career. A good education is not cheap. You want to be sure you are investing your money wisely and that your course will properly prepare you for a career as a lash or brow technician.

Here are some things for you to consider before investing in training:

Compare schools. 

A training manual can vary from 25 pages to 150 pages. Ask detailed questions about the material provided and be sure you have chosen the most comprehensive option. There is so much that needs to be learned. Far more than just the basic technique.

Don’t let location be your deciding factors.

Sometimes it is worth it to travel for your course. If the best option is a plane ride away - make sure your passport is up to date! Why settle for a subpar program? Choosing which program to invest in, is one of the most important decisions you’ll make.

(The other most important decision will be which product line to use).

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How To Pass A Health Inspection

Mar 14, 2017

It is fun to decorate your workspace. Clients appreciate an inviting and pretty studio. Decorative items are a great way to show your personality and create a unique ambiance in your space.


However, when it comes to your treatment area, hygiene needs to be your number one priority. This is NOT the area to decorate with fibrous, porous elements that can harbour airborne pathogens. The treatment area needs to be clinically clean at all times!


The client treatment area must be clear of anything fluffy, furry, soft and velvety. Save these types of props for your reception/waiting area. 


Here is the list of requirements for your workspace to be up to industry standards and to ensure you will pass a health inspection:


1. The personal services area must be separated from any pets and from any area used for sleeping, dining, food storage/preparation, bathing and washroom purposes.


2. A sink that is not accessible by clients and not in a washroom or kitchen that is dedicated for the...

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