Bit surprised by this post since I was the trainer for Flirties for that area until a few years ago. I don't recognise you from your profile and would love to know who this is.
To my knowledge I have never had any negative feedback as a trainer for flirties and I have never run the courses...
There are lots of companies out there offering lash extension training. Take a good look around and call them. Ask about what their training entails ie is it 121, or group training? Do you learn on a plastic head, model or each other? What does the kit contain? Is it accredited etc?
I have a client who is moving over to Ashbourne, near Dublin very soon (3 weeks).
She is a regular 2-3 week lash client and would prefer someone who uses Flirties products.
Anybody out there (must be experienced and preferably specialising in lashes) please pm me your details and I will...
this is a tricky one - never heard of the therapist being allergic before!
A couple of things you could try:-
1) Switch to sensitive glue if you are using the expert strength
2) If already using the sensitive, try wearing a facemask (this could stop the vapours irritating you
You could do a conversion course which would be cheaper. Beautytrix offer one and for any extra therapists doing the training on the same day, the training is cheaper.
Take a look at www.beautytrix.me