Course Description
Get on board with the industry’s most exciting and profitable new service!

In 2004, the Eyelash Extensions were introduced to the American market and have swept through the beauty industry ever since.

Become a certified eyelash extension specialist and you can instantly double your income by simply adding Eyelash Extensions to your array of existing services!

The Eyelash Extensions product offers you a way to provide beautiful, longer, thicker, fuller lashes that can last up to 2 months!

We teach with JB Lashes. JB’s superior quality makes all the difference in the wearer’s appearance. Thick, beautifully curled, JB lashes are completely safe. JB has a Health Canada number for the adhesive proving it safe to the wearer. Just like real lashes, JB lashes are resistant to water, heat, pool chlorine, and perspiration.

Advanced classes available for more dramatic looks

You will receive a mannequin head on which you will practise prior to performing services on your model. Once you have developed the skill, technique and confidence to properly drape, apply and remove lashes to your mannequin head, you can then perform services to a model.

You will be taught via online videos and manual. There is a manual online for you download to have as a reference. You can rewind and re-watch the videos as much as needed to perfect your skill.

You will need to take before during and after photos of your models and submit for grading.

*PLEASE READ THROUGH THIS ENTIRE PAGE TO FULLY UNDERSTAND ALL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS COURSE*

Registration fee of $250.00 must be paid in advance to hold your seat (non refundable)

Course costs:

Tuition                            $600.00
Online training fees      $400.00
Total =                            $1000.00

Cost of Kit =                    $600.00

Payment plan: There is no payment plan for this course

How many services can I get from the training kit?

Each unit lash tray has an average of 3000 count lashes, depending upon the specific size.

The number of services a large training kit will be able to do depends upon the item within the kit. The adhesive bottle is a 100 drop or 10 mL size bottle. Therefore an average of the usage of adhesive and lashes has about 30-50 services per kit. However, if you use less lashes or adhesive per client, or mainly perform more refills than full sets, you could potentially calculate 100 or more services per kit.

Requirements:

Requirements: Minimum 19 years of age or have completed grade 12 (or equivalent); You must have Internet access, and a digital device that can take and submit photos.

This is an online course; you need Internet access. Contact us for a list of upcoming hands on courses in your area.

Payment Options:

We encourage you to look into various funding options available in your province.

We can’t guarantee individual eligibility with any specific funding agency or financial assistance program; however, below is a list of links that may help provide you direction.

Please check back regularly, as we will be adding to the list as more options become available:

 

Student Aid British Columbia

Mirage Spa Education has compiled a Student Aid BC Handbook – This is your first stop in understanding the requirements, obligations, and policies before applying to Student Aid BC. Please read through the handbook carefully before beginning your application process online.
Mirage Spa Education Student Aid BC Funding Handbook

 

GENERAL 

Canada Emergency Response Benefit (COVID-19) 

Use of Registered Plans for Education 

Canada Emergency Student Benefit – Canada Revenue Agency 

First Nations Post-Secondary Funding 

 

ALBERTA 

Work in Alberta 

Workers Compensation Benefits – Alberta 

 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Workers Compensation Benefits – British Columbia 

Student Aid British Columbia 

Work British Columbia – Finance your Education 

Financial Assistance for Apprentices British Columbia 

Metis Employment and Training British Columbia NW Region (Contact: Renee Berschaminski) 

North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society British Columbia 

Lax Kw’alaams Band Office  – British Columbia 

WorkSafe BC 

Work BC – Fort Nelson, BC (Contact: Katheryn MacNeil) 

Work Safe BC – Quesnel, BC (Contact: Hazel Krumm, Work BC Centre) 

Opportunities Fund Program – BC Centre for Ability – Vancouver, British Columbia (Contact: Sandy Liles) 

 

MANITOBA 

Government of Manitoba Educational Assistance 

Metis Employment and Training Manitoba 

 

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR 

Qalipu Mi-Kmaq First Nation (Contact:  Colleen Paul) 

 

NOVA SCOTIA 

Labor and Advanced Education Nova Scotia 

 

NUNAVUT 

Kakivak Association – Iqaluit, Nunavut (Contact: Pat Powell or Annie Alexander) 

Financial Assistance for Nunavut Students: 1-877-860-0680 

 

ONTARIO 

Batchewana Employment and Training Ontario 

Indian Friendship Center Youth and Employment – Ontario (Contact: Crystal Derochie) 

Metis Nation of Ontario – Barrie (Conact: Patricia Graham) 

Kagita Mikam Aboriginal Employment and Training – Shannonville, Ontario (Contact: Jake Brant) 

Mattagami First Nation – Ontario (Contact: Dereck McKay) 

Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation (Contact: Michele King) 

 

SASKATCHEWAN 

Education and Learning Saskatchewan 

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