Eyelash Extensions Training

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Eyelash Extensions Training

Master the Art of Lash Extensions in Just 3 Days! Learn everything from product knowledge to advanced lashing techniques, including Classic, Hybrid & Volume. Our comprehensive kit ensures you’re fully equipped to start your journey as a lash technician. Enroll now and unleash your lash artist potential!

What you will learn
  1. Product knowledge
  2. Eye anatomy & Eye shapes
  3. Taping Up & Taping Back Method
  4. Lashing Prep
  5. Isolation Techniques
  6. Plucking & Placement Technique
  7. Directional Bond Placement
  8. Types of Lashes, Curls, Lengths & Thickness
  9. Types of Volumes: Classic, Hybrid & Mega
  10. Types of Lashing Styles & Techniques: Cat Eye, Fox Eye, Doll Eye, Open Eye
  11. Lash Mapping
  12. Refills
  13. Removals
  14. Lash Baths
  15. Aftercare
  16. Pricing Structure
  17. How to Lash in Layers
Kit Includes
  • Study Materials;
  • Remover;
  • Lash Glue;
  • Primer;
  • Hydrogel Eye Pads 10 pcs;
  • Mascara Brush 10 pcs;
  • Micro Swabs 10 pcs;
  • Tweezers x 2 for Isolation and Application;
  • C-Curl mix tray lashes (0.15 thickness);
  • D-Curl mix tray lashes (0.15 thickness);
  • Tape;
  • Mini Fan;
  • Practice Lashes x 4;
  • Jade stone / Glass stone.

1 model for Classic Lash Extensions

1 model for Hybrid Lash Extensions

1 model for Volume Lash Extensions


 Edmonton Training Fee $1850+GST
Kelowna, Calgary Training Fee $2050+GST
kit is included

Enroll Today

Register for our Lash Extensions Training and unlock your creative potential. Secure your spot now and take the first step towards a rewarding future as a lash maker.

To register, send us an email to admin@lighttouchstudio.ca or give us a call at 587-710-9245.



For full registration at Light Touch Academy, a deposit must be paid within 24 hours of signing the Student Contract.

If You have any questions, please call 587-710-9245.

Trainings Schedule

  • June 13-15, 2024
  • July 18-20, 2024
  • August 15-17, 2024

About Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash extensions are a popular cosmetic enhancement designed to add length, thickness, and fullness to natural eyelashes. They are individually applied synthetic or natural fibers that are attached to each eyelash with a medical-grade adhesive. Here’s an in-depth look at eyelash extensions:

Types of Eyelash Extensions

  1. Materials:

    • Synthetic: Made from acrylic, these lashes are the most durable and tend to hold their curl well. They are often thicker and have a shinier finish.
    • Silk: Softer and more flexible than synthetic lashes, silk extensions are mid-weight and can provide a natural or more dramatic look.
    • Mink: Made from natural mink fur, these lashes are the lightest and softest, offering a very natural appearance. They are usually more expensive.
  2. Styles:

    • Classic: One extension is applied to each natural lash. This method is ideal for adding length and some fullness.
    • Volume: Multiple thinner extensions are applied to each natural lash. This method is used for a fuller, more dramatic look.
    • Hybrid: A combination of classic and volume techniques, providing both fullness and texture.
  3. Lengths and Curls:

    • Lengths: Extensions come in various lengths, usually ranging from 6mm to 18mm. The choice depends on the desired look and the strength of the natural lashes.
    • Curls: Different curls (e.g., J, B, C, D, L) can be selected to create different effects. The curl type affects how dramatic the final look will be.

Application Process

  1. Consultation: Discuss your desired look, lash health, and any allergies or sensitivities with your technician.
  2. Preparation: The technician will clean your lashes and isolate the natural lashes.
  3. Application: Extensions are attached one by one to your natural lashes using a medical-grade adhesive. This process can take 1-2 hours, depending on the desired fullness.
  4. Drying: The adhesive needs time to dry properly, typically about 24-48 hours where you should avoid water, steam, and heavy sweating.


  1. Keep Dry: Avoid water and steam for the first 24-48 hours to allow the adhesive to set.
  2. Avoid Oil-Based Products: Oil can break down the adhesive, so use oil-free makeup removers and skincare products.
  3. Gentle Cleaning: Use a lash cleanser or mild soap with a soft brush to clean the lashes daily.
  4. No Pulling or Rubbing: Avoid rubbing your eyes or pulling on the extensions, as this can cause them to fall out prematurely and damage natural lashes.
  5. Avoid Mascara: If necessary, use a water-based mascara on the tips of the extensions, but avoid waterproof mascara.


  • Refills: Typically needed every 2-4 weeks to maintain fullness, as natural lashes shed and take extensions with them.
  • Professional Removal: If you decide to remove the extensions, have them removed professionally to avoid damaging your natural lashes.

Risks and Considerations

  • Allergic Reactions: Some individuals may have an allergic reaction to the adhesive. A patch test is recommended before full application.
  • Infections: Poor hygiene or improper application can lead to eye infections or irritation.
  • Natural Lash Damage: Overuse or improper removal of extensions can weaken and damage natural lashes.

Choosing a Technician

  • Certification and Training: Ensure the technician is certified and has received proper training.
  • Experience: Look for a technician with experience and positive reviews.
  • Hygiene: The salon and tools should be clean and sanitary.
  • Consultation: A good technician will offer a thorough consultation and be able to customize the look to suit your eye shape and preferences.