Volume Lashes Manual - Editable
Say hello to our Volume manual! Fully editable, professional lash manual like you haven't seen before 😉
▸ Created to the highest standard
▸ Original and purpose-designed illustrations
▸ Fully customisable
▸ They will save you time & headache
▸ 78 pages
Our classic and volume eyelash extension manuals are fully editable, so you can save months on creating your own lash manuals.
“I wish I had these when I first started writing and designing. It would have saved me a lot of headaches, for sure! We use these manuals in our own training courses. They are structured. You can change the colours, images, and fonts and add your own logo!” - Cintia.
If you are looking to get into teaching but don’t know where to get professional manuals from, look no further, we got you covered😉
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- The lash cycle.
- Purpose of the natural lashes.
- Patch tests.
- Lash removal.
- Understanding and handling different lashes.
- Correct lash preparation to achieve the best retention possible.
- Isolation and taping techniques.
- Different attachment points.
- How to build a healthy and long-lasting set.
- Removing eyelashes.
- Eyelash infill.
- Everything about the perfect fan.
- Fan geometry & symmetry.
- Different fanning methods.
- Wrapping technique.
- Narrow, Medium and Wide fans.
- Fan directions for various styles.
- Understanding lash diameters.
- How to make the adhesive work for you.
- Humidity & Temperature.
- Adhesive Zone.
- How to stop the fumes.
Lash Mappings 101
- Main mapping points.
- Layering technique.
- Curl transition.
- Mapping on the eyelid and patches.
- Corrective lashing.
- How to achieve the perfect top line.
Irritations, Infections & Allergies
- What are the differences?
- How to spot and avoid eye irritation.
- How to protect yourself from glue fumes.
- How to avoid stickies and damage.
Our technical team will send you a separate email with a link granting you access to the online course within the next 12 hours. Please make sure you check your spam folder as well as your inbox. The files are accessible from all devices, but we recommend editing them on a desktop (it's much easier than editing them on your phone).