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
Adel's do an hair up course (half day) and also a plaits course (half day). You usualy do the plaits in the morning and then hair up (bridal etc) in the afternoon. Both courses are only about £50.:biggrin:
Best thing would be to pick 2 or 3 friends or family you can trust and use those for your practices. You don't really want to be using clients or they may expect their lashes done cheaply all the time! If you've no-one else practice on your dad, your brother or your boyfriend. You can...