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HOW-TO: Give Your Clients Fuller, Fluffier Lashes Quickly & Efficiently

Lauren Salapatek | June 30, 2017 | 7:50 AM
STEP 1: Apply the NovaLash under-eye stickers.
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STEP 2: The Glove Technique. Put on a vinyl glove and dispense the Platinum Bond adhesive.
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STEP 3: Properly hold your forceps.
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STEP 4: Place extension in proper position and dip the extension in the Platinum Bond adhesive.
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STEP 5: Isolate a natural lash in the appropriate growth phase for the extension.
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STEP 6: Coat the natural lash with adhesive from the extension after the extension has been properly dipped in the Platinum Bond adhesive.
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STEP 7: Set the extension on the natural lash.
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STEP 8: Repeat until both eyes are complete and perform rounds of separation for softer, fluffier, more beautiful eyelash extensions.
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Eyelash extensions can transform your client's overall face instantly. It's especially helpful for clients with shorter lashes; who use mascara every morning in their beauty routine; or, really anyone who wants a fuller look!

Learning how to apply lash extensions either as a full-time career or as an add-on service is a highly profitable business, says NovaLash. The brand's extensions are individual, synthetic extensions singularly bonded to each natural lash to create a longer, thicker lash look. 

Does learning the eye lash extension business spark your interest? NovaLash training courses place special emphasis on safety and the science of eye lashes. 

Here are three classes you may qualify for: 

  1. NovaLash Classic Certification - Requires Cosmetology or Aesthetics License 
  2. Conversion Classic Certification - Requires Cosmetology or Aesthetics License and Basic/Classic Certification w/ another Lash Company  
  3. Advanced American Volume - Requires Cosmetology or Aesthetics License and Basic/Classic Certification w/ NovaLash or another Lash Company w/ at least 6 months Basic/Classic certified experience.  

Curious as to what a NovaLash application looks like? Follow the how-to and learn! 

Step 1: Apply the NovaLash under-eye stickers.

Step 2: The Glove Technique. Put on a vinyl glove and dispense the Platinum Bond adhesive.

Step 3: Properly hold your forceps.

Step 4: Place extension in proper position and dip the extension in the Platinum Bond adhesive.

Step 5: Isolate a natural lash in the appropriate growth phase for the extension.

Step 6: Coat the natural lash with adhesive from the extension after the extension has been properly dipped in the Platinum Bond adhesive.

Step 7: Set the extension on the natural lash.

Step 8: Repeat until both eyes are complete and perform rounds of separation for softer, fluffier, more beautiful eyelash extensions.

For more information about NovaLash, visit https://novalash.com/professional.

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