Eyelash Extension Training

Learn the proper techniques and safety requirements needed through FAMA’s individual eyelash extension training.

Students across the country flock to FAMA’s well-respected eyelash extension school.

Course Overview

Learn how to best enhance eyelash length, fullness and curl in this two-day individual eyelash extension course. In the classroom, you’ll learn the history and evolution of this esthetic procedure with a focus on the health and safety issues involved and the products and tools required to create optimal results. You’ll spend the second day of the eyelash extension training class in FAMA’s medical clinic, where you’ll practice the techniques you’ve learned on mannequins and live models using a combination of real and biosynthetic hair honing your expertise in extension design, application, removal, and maintenance. Although the state of Florida does not require a specific certification for practicing eyelash extensions, it does require a Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Full Specialist, Facial Specialist, or Medical License and this course will fill the knowledge gap specific to eyelashes where those programs leave off.

What Makes FAMA Different

FAMA’s approach to learning prioritizes a hand’s on experience–which is evident in our eyelash extension classes. Rather than simply reading through a manual, (that’s something you can do on your own time), our instructors are here to help get you comfortable with the lash application process and give you constructive feedback in real-time, so you can master these skills quickly.

FAMA’s eyelash extension classes are highly-respected in the industry due to our emphasis on technique, safety and best practices. We encourage a strong discourse with our students and our instructors are happy to answer any questions that will assist you with your lash techniques and career. 

Upcoming Class

November 19-20, 2018 from 9am to 4pm

Reserve your seat with a $150 Registration Fee.

Admission Requirements

  • Must purchase a Professional Eyelash Kit, Student Eyelash Kit, or pay a fee for supplies.
  • Model is recommended for your final clinical practice.
  • Must complete the entire eyelash extension training course and pass a written and practical exam to earn your eyelash extension certification.

VERY IMPORTANT: Trainees with a career in mind must be licensed in health or beauty or be a student currently enrolled in a licensure program. While others may participate in the training as a hobby, please note that the State of Florida, as with most states, requires practitioners to hold a health or beauty license if they intend to charge a fee for services.

“Be prepared for a course that’s very hands-on, where we put the student’s eye and hand coordination to the test.”

Marilyn S., Instructor

Training Objectives

DAY 1

  • Eyelash Growth Cycle.
  • Extensions Types.
  • Client Pre-andPost-Appointment Instructions
  • Application Tools and Setup.
  • Cleansing, Priming, and Lower Lash Covering.
  • Eyelash Design.
  • Eye Conditions and Troubleshooting.

 

DAY 2

  • Application Instructions.
  • Client Assessment.
  • Guidelines for selecting lashes.
  • Clinical Lab on a Maniquin.
  • Clinical Lab on a live model.

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Course Cost

Course Fee (includes $150 Registration Fee) $698
Plus Select One:
1. Professional Kit $250
2. Student Kit $50
3. Class Supplies Only $20

Course Details

Starting Date: November 19-20, 2018
Duration: 2 Days
Hours: 9am to 4pm
Training Type: Certification
Class Size: 15

Course Instructor:

Vivian Diaz

Vivian Diaz

Instructor

Over 5 years as a practicing Aesthetician with a passion teaching.

Marilyn Segura

Marilyn Segura

Instructor

FAMA’s director of education with a dynamic teaching approach.

Hands-On Checklist

  • Client's Eyes: Free of oils and debris.
  • Client's Lower Lashes: Secured using gel pads.
  • Lash Extensions: Applied using minimal adhesive.
  • Lash Application: Upright and in the proper direction.
  • Lashes applied upright and in the proper direction.
  • Extensions: Free and separated from neighboring lashes.
  • Each Extension: 2 mm. away from the lash line.
  • Extension Base: Firmly attached to the natural lash.
  • Final Step: Lashes properly sealed.