Frequently asked questions
Most of our students can start building their business and charge $80-100 for a set, directly following their training with Lashia. Once passing the exam, a Lashia Eyelash Designer can charge $140-150 for Classic Eyelash Extensions and $180-250 for Hand made Volume Eyelash Extensions.
We estimate the cost of products per client is approx $7-15.
A full time Lash Artist can earn between $1500-2500 per week after costs, overheads and tax.
Included in our 5 day and 2 week course programs are business coaching and startup sessions. We will help you with how to start up a small lash business and give you some essential marketing tips.
Most of our students start with a simple instagram and facebook page, start promoting amongst family and friends, and gradually get the ball rolling.
Lash Artistry is a skill that takes time and practice to learn.
If you know you are a disciplined and fast learner, a 3 day accelerator program may be enough.
If you need more help and guidance to reach your goals, the 2 week Mastery program will help you stay motivated and with 12 months free support you always have your mentor backing you up when you need help.
To master Eyelash Artistry takes time and practice. You can start taking paying clients straight out of the course, with a Lashia Trainee certificate you know how to safely apply a set of Eyelash Extensions, building your skills as a Lash Artist.
To pass the Lashia practical Exam takes approx 3-6 months.
The Eyelash Extension industry is completely unregulated in Australia. There is no current Government Accreditation.
TAFE and some RTO’s offer the Unit of competency, SHBBFAS001 – Apply Eyelash Extension, as part of the Beauty Diploma.
The unit is very basic, and won’t give you 100% coverage in the latest up-to-date techniques for Eyelash Artistry. In fact, many colleges offer this unit of competency without any actual industry experience.
With the Lashia Certificate you can come further within this profession, and you are also eligible for an RPL certificate – recognition for prior learning.