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Do I need to bring a model?

You are strongly encouraged to bring a model with you to the hands-on portion of the training.

Please note that models will not be allowed to sit in during the theory portion of the class.

If you are unable to bring a model please let us know in advance and we will help you find one.

If you are interested in being a model for one of Pearl Lash training events, please visit our Models page to sign up for the waitlist. We do not recommend using a mannequin head during the training, we prefer each student to receive an actual true-life experience during the class. Performing an eyelash extension set on a mannequin has a significantly different feel than working on a real person.

My friend and I are both coming to training. Can we be the model for each other?

As fun as it would be to practice on each other, it would not be possible. Our hands-on portion of the class is conducted as a group which means all students will be working on their models simultaneously throughout the second part of the class.  Students will not have an opportunity to swap places during the class.

Would you like to volunteer as a model during one of Pearl Lash Training Events? Register here to get on the list.

Is there a dress code for the training?

Even though we do not require a special dress code, we do ask that everyone is dressed courteously. Please do not wear cut jeans or t-shirts, short/mini skirts, stained clothes or clothes with inappropriate graphics or messages. The training rooms are always kept to a cool 70 degrees in order to provide ideal temperature for the adhesive, therefore, we highly encourage you to bring an extra layer of clothing in case you are prone to get cold. If you have long hair, please make sure to bring a scrunchy or something to hold your hair back while working.



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