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The Lash Up PRO Training Academy

Have you ever considered owning your own business in the beauty industry? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be your own boss? Alternatively, to work at the swankiest salon or spa in town? If you have ever considered any of the above questions, this post may have just the answers you were looking for.

Whether you are bored of your paycheck to paycheck lifestyle, doing something you aren’t passionate about or considering a career change, you may want to consider the many benefits of becoming a certified eyelash technician.

Here are the top 10 reasons to get enrolled to become a certified technician in one of the most exciting and in-demand services that are trending in the beauty industry.

1. Commitment is Short Term

Formal education can easily take four years of your life, and if you pursue a Masters or Ph.D. degree, it can easily take up to ten years. For those who cannot foresee themselves being in school for that length of time, becoming a certified eyelash technician is the option to take with training programs that take a year or less to complete.

2. Much More Affordable than College

As soon as you graduate, what’s the number one thing people think or talk about? College! Nowadays, with the rising costs of college, many people are considering their alternatives or finding other options to get certified in the career of their dreams. Student loan debt is at an all-time high in the country, while many are graduating with tremendous stress over whether they’ll even find a career in the field that they studied in.

If you have ever considered building a business or a career in the beauty industry, which is a $455 Billion industry, getting certified to become an eyelash technician is more affordable than ever before. The amazing thing is that you can be confident that you will land a job as soon as you graduate, and tuition will not take you years to pay it off.

3. Be Your Own Boss

One of the main perks of becoming certified as an eyelash technician is that you can become your own boss. If you prefer not to work for spas and salons, and prefer to build your eyelash empire, you will no longer have to answer to another person and can call your shots as you see fit. You are your marketing manager, creative director, sales force, and customer service; all aspects of the business is within your control.

No more asking for days off and getting denied when you want to be with your family, or getting the evil eye if you were stuck in traffic and was 5 minutes late. There is nothing like the freedom of working for yourself versus working for someone else.

4. Work from Anywhere

You can work at the best of the salons and spas in town, or you can become mobile and go where your clients may take you. The possibilities are endless as to where you can showcase your craft as a certified eyelash technician. The world is your oyster, and you can travel anywhere to provide the fantastic service of eyelash extensions. If you are a mom who prefers to be able to stay home with her babies, you can work directly from a room within your home. Setting up shop has never been so easy and straightforward, with minimum overhead costs at your convenience.

5. Pick Your Schedule

Your calendar is entirely in your own hands when you enroll to become a certified eyelash technician. If you prefer only to work three days a week, you can effortlessly do so; if you are a workaholic and want to fill out six days a week, you can do that too. It’s up to you how you want to set up your appointments with your clients

6. Not Your 9-5 Job

Office work can be mundane, retail jobs can become repetitive, but becoming a certified eyelash technician is one adventurous ride that can be designed according to your choosing. There are no set hours; there are no lunch breaks and coffee breaks at specific times of the day. You have the freedom to take on more clients or cut your day short. As an eyelash technician, your day is not the predictable 9-5 job at the office. You don’t have to deal with unruly coworkers and the politics of an office environment.

7. Be Around People and Socialize

If being the life of the room is appealing to you, being a certified eyelash technician gives you the chance to do just that. You can socialize and be around new people, and existing clients to connect and build relationships on a daily basis. For those who thrive in engaging others in conversations and making friends wherever you go, a career as an eyelash technician may be your calling.

8. It’s a Great Way to Make Extra Income or Make it Your Full-Time Income

Eyelash extensions services are one of the most popular beauty services on the market today. Pursuing a certificate as an eyelash technician will ensure that you can make an income as soon as you graduate. You can do it on the side to make some extra money for that dream trip you always wanted to take, or to make a legitimate full-time income.

9. The Ability to be Creative

For many technicians, being able to be an artist and exercising their creativity is a large part of why they became certified in the first place. The eyelash extension industry is a niche market that allows you to hone your craft to create looks that are just right for your clients. You can fine-tune your artistry and find the satisfaction in providing exceptional and quality services to your client.

10.  Get the Best Training to Ensure Returning Clients

Certification assures your clients that you will provide consistent and professional services at a fair cost. The training you will receive is top-notch and will make sure that your clients will return for more.

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