ORLANDO – Volume Training 5/4/2020
May 4 @ 9:00 am - 6:00 pm$525
Volume Orlando Eyelash Extension Training Event May 4, 2020 – Fairfield Inn & Suites Orlando International Drive Convention Center
Pearl Lash Volume Training© – An advanced class designed for students with practical Classic Eyelash Extension application experience. A firm fundamental knowledge of the Classic eyelash application is strongly suggested before enrolling in this class. The key objective of the Volume (also known as Russian Volume or 3-D Volume) set is an application of multiple eyelash extensions to a single natural lash on the client’s eye. Volume application techniques are more complex and the eyelash extensions thinner in diameter, hence the desired previous Classic experience. Each student will be provided with a detailed training manual to follow along during the class. Upon successful completion of this one day class, a student will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Key objectives and detailed curriculum are outlined below, it applies to both Classic and Volume Classes.
Extremely Simple Online Registration Process:
Step 1 – Choose the “Deposit”* or “Pay in full” option
Step 2 – Add to Cart
Step 3 – Add the optional kit
Step 4 – Click the “Proceed To Checkout” button
Step 5 – Fill out the registration and payment forms and click “Submit Order”. You will receive a welcome email with detailed training information instructions via e-mail within the next few hours.
* The “Deposit” option secures your training spot with a $200 deposit during registration. The balance will be due 7 days prior to training. A separate email reminder will be sent to the email address on file when the balance will be due.
We strongly encourage our students to bring a model to the hands-on portion of the class*. The hands-on portion is held from 2:00 pm until 5:30 pm. Please note that Models do not to be present at the morning session from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm.
*You always have an option to train on a mannequin head however we discourage using mannequin heads as they do not properly represent real live human experience.