Is it hard to be a lash technician?

Is it hard to be a lash technician?

If you’re interested in becoming a lash technician, you might be wondering whether it’s hard to do, especially if you’re considering a career change. Being a lash technician requires focus and attention to detail, but it’s not hard, even if you’re new to the lash industry. With some practise and patience, its relatively easy to pick up the skills required to be a lash tech.

What you need to know

Good eyesight is important for lash technicians and lash applications because you’re dealing with detail. Don’t worry if you’re eyesight isn’t perfect – you can wear glasses or contact lenses if you need to. Another thing that you definitely need is steady hands so you can carry out the delicate lash application process.

One aspect of being a lash technician or training in eyelash extensions that some people find difficult is patience and trusting the process. Like anything, it takes time to build up your skills, speed, and experience. While the work can seem tedious at times, don’t let this put you off. Being a lash technician is also a very rewarding career choice, especially once you’ve developed your skills. Once you are competent with lash applications, running your own lash business from home will likely be the next step in your career in the lash industry. 


The benefits of being a lash technician

Being a lash technician offers you a fantastic return on investment, plus the opportunity to run your own scalable business. You’ll need to pay for your lash training course and supplies upfront, however, you can recoup your investment after just a few clients. Even if you opt for Lash Boss Melbourne’s highest priced training package, you could get your investment back after just 10 applications.

A good eyelash technician is patient and detail-orientated. If you’re ready to take your next step in the eyelash industry, have a look at our packages (available online and in-person). If you have any questions feel free to email us at hello@lashbossmelb.com