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The Struggles New Eyelash Educators Face in the Lash Industry

Starting out as a new eyelash educator can be super exciting but also kind of hard. There are lots of things to figure out to become successful. Here are some of the main challenges I faced and some tips on how to handle them.


1. Getting People to Trust You

Challenge: When you're new, it’s tough to get people to trust you and believe you know your stuff. People usually want to learn from someone who has been doing it for a long time.


Solution: Show off your skills by posting great photos and videos of your work. Ask happy clients to leave reviews or testimonials. Go to industry events, keep learning new things, and make friends with other lash professionals.


2. Creating a Special Course



Challenge: There are lots of lash courses out there, so making one that stands out is tricky. You need to cover the basics but also teach something new and exciting.


Solution: Check out what other courses are teaching and find out what’s missing. Use this info to make your course unique with cool techniques and up-to-date trends. Keep updating your course content to stay current.


3. Marketing and Promotion

Challenge: Getting the word out about your course can be overwhelming. With limited money and resources, it’s hard to reach a lot of people and get them to sign up.


Solution: Use social media to show your work and share tips. Invest in targeted ads and work with influencers or beauty salons to spread the word. Create a professional website that is easy to find on Google.






4. Handling Paperwork

Challenge: Keeping track of schedules, invoices, and student records can take up a lot of time, leaving you less time to teach.


Solution: Use management software to automate these tasks. This will give you more time to focus on teaching. If you can afford it, hire a virtual assistant to help out.


5. Supporting Your Students

Challenge: Students often need help even after finishing your course. Balancing this with attracting new students and other tasks can be tough.


Solution: Set up a support system like online forums or regular Q&A sessions. This helps students feel supported and creates a community around your teaching.





6. Keeping Up with Trends

Challenge: The lash industry is always changing with new techniques and products. Staying updated and making sure your course reflects the latest trends can be hard.


Solution: Keep learning by going to industry conferences, webinars, and reading professional journals. Network with other educators to stay informed about new trends.


7. Facing Competition

Challenge: The beauty industry is very competitive, and standing out is difficult.


Solution: Offer something unique, like personalized coaching or exclusive techniques. Make sure your marketing highlights what makes you special and always provide high-quality teaching.


8. Managing Money

Challenge: Managing finances can be a big worry for new educators, especially with the initial costs of materials, marketing, and renting a venue.


Solution: Make a business plan with clear financial goals, budget, and revenue streams. Explore different ways to earn money, like online courses or product sales. Keep track of your expenses and seek financial advice if needed.



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Becoming a new eyelash educator has its challenges, but with hard work, good planning, and a love for teaching, you can succeed. By building trust, creating unique courses, marketing well, staying updated, and managing your finances, you can have a rewarding career in the lash industry. Remember, every challenge is a chance to learn and grow. Keep pushing forward and enjoy your journey as a lash educator! Cintia xo




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