This course will provide you with the skills to complete eyelash and eyebrow treatments. It will cover health and safety, enhancing the appearance of eyebrows and eyelashes, the shaping of eyebrows, tinting eyebrows and lashes, applying artificial eyelashes and providing aftercare advice.
This course is open to all individuals aged 19+ with a keen interest in beauty and make-up.
There are no formal entry requirements for this experience.
We will cover the use of consultation techniques to establish the treatment and outcomes required by the client. You will learn how to provide eyebrow shaping and artificial lash treatments using a variety of techniques. You will also learn about health and safety and hygiene.
You will be assessed through a range of practical and written assessments.
All materials are included in the fee you pay.
You could consider further Career Learning Ladder courses at the College.
Award-winning former beauty student Ebony Saxton loved her Derby College course so much that she would like to be a beauty lecturer herself one day Ebony, who initially took a VRQ level 2 diploma in Beauty Therapy at the college's Ilkeston campus, successfully completed the advanced programme in Year 2. Described by her tutors as "a vigilant learner who pays great attention to detail", she gained distinctions in all her units, exceeding her targets.And, in recognition of her hard work and dedication she received the Sensi Hairdressing, Holistic & Beauty Therapy Award in the Derby College Peak Awards. It was this same professionalism and motivation while on work experience in a Kimberley beauty salon which led to Ebony getting a job she loves. As a trained therapist with Izabella's Secret, Ebony does massages, facials, manicures and pedicures – with nails her favourite treatment. Ebony, who served in the army cadets while at school, had a great time at college and would like to return at some stage so she can one day lecture in beauty therapy.
I loved college so much that I miss it. I learned such a lot on my course and the lecturers were amazing.
I'm still learning in my job but at some stage I'd like to go back to college and train to be a lecturer.
I got some experience in teaching in the army cadets and really enjoyed it.