Life Skills

How to Apply False Lashes

In this one lesson course your students will be able to apply false lashes.
Maria Frazier
1 total review for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
Class

30 minutes

per class

Meets once

13-18

year olds

1-4

learners per class

per learner

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Fri Jun 3

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Friday
10pm - 10:30pm
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Wed Jun 8

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Tuesday
12am - 12:30am
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Fri Jun 10

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Description

Class Experience

In this class you will learn how to apply false lashes. We will start by learning the differences of each false lashes. You will also learn about different types of glues and which glue is best for each occasion. We will also learn the techniques  of cutting the lashes to size. This class is 100% hands on. No prior experience necessary. There will be a few items needed before taking this class. 
1. false lashes (recommend Ardell's  natural or wispies) 
2. lash glue
3. baby wipes or a damp towel
4. a  pair of scissors  
I have 5 years experience applying and teaching how to apply false lashes. I’m a  self taught makeup enthusiasts. I have taught young teenager how to put on lashes with the highest respect to safety. 
false lashes - recommended = Ardell's natural 
lash glue - Duo = black
scissors
wipes - or a damp towel 
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Warning: since we are working with our  eyes please be sure your not allergic to false lashes and  apply a small amount of glue to your hand to be sure your not allergic. If you experience any of the following please remove the lashes immediately and wash your eyes.:
 Pain
Redness
Soreness
Sensitivity to light
Discharge
Fever
Blurred vision
Swelling
Remember, we’re here to help you know how to protect your eyes while still looking and feeling your best. 

Teacher

Maria FrazierTeacher
1 total review
3 completed classes

About Me

Hello 
I have 20 years teaching  experience .I taught in the  public school system, homeschool and online ESL.I love to teach science and stem activities.  I believe learning can be simple and fun. I would love to teach how to write, How to take... 
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