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Bellus Academy Adds NovaLash Certification to Luxury Spa Program

Anne Moratto | October 14, 2015 | 3:46 PM
NovaLash founder and CEO Sophy Merzei conducts a training

 Bellus Academy’s new luxury spa program is taking glamour to new lengths. In addition to offering comprehensive esthetic, makeup and spa nail education, the Luxury Spa curriculum includes NovaLash Eyelash Extension education.

Bellus Academy owner and president Lynelle Lynch said Bellus selected NovaLash for its lash extension training based on the company’s reputation as the industry leader, as well as its commitment to research and development, product innovation and high educational standards. “NovaLash was developed in partnership with physicians and scientists at leading medical research centers and is the only physician-developed course in the lash extension industry,” she said. “As many of our alumni work in medical spas and other health care related settings, we place a priority on the science behind every program Bellus Academy offers.”

The Bellus Academy Luxury Spa Program includes the 600 hour State License Esthetic program plus an additional 300 hours of Luxury Spa protocols such as body wraps and eyebrow enhancements along with the four-week NovaLash certification program  The hands-on training module  includes both theory and hands-on (practical) education and is conducted under the supervision of a NovaLash-certified instructor. 

NovaLash founder and CEO Sophy Merzei expressed her enthusiasm for the collaboration with Bellus Academy.  "NovaLash is very excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Bellus. They are absolutely the Harvard of beauty schools. We are looking forward to properly and thoroughly preparing the next generation of eyelash extension professionals together," she said.

The Luxury Spa Program – including NovaLash certification – is available at Bellus Academy campuses in Poway and El Cajon California starting in November 2015.

 

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