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YUMI Lashes & BROWS trainings

Training objective: To master the technique of eyelash enhancement and lamination, restructuring of the eyebrows to practice according to the rules of art..

Objectives in terms of competence:

  • Welcoming the customer
  • Establish a diagnosis and perform product tests.
  • Respect the obligations related to insurance.
  • Ensure the cleaning and asepsis of the materials used.
  • Clean the face to remove any element that could create an interaction.
  • Apply the appropriate prosthesis to the eyelashes and apply the appropriate products for the enhancement.
  • Identify the shape of the eyebrow adapted to the anatomy of the face.
  • Follow the defined restructuring protocol (drawing, waxing, plating)
  • Prepare and apply the dye according to the client’s skin tone and hair color.
  • Carry out end-of-treatment care (remove dye, prostheses, apply nourishing products, etc.)

Duration: 1 day or 7 hours

Timetable: 9h30 to 12h30 and 13h30 to 17h30

Location of the course: YUMI Academy 30 rue Saint Jean 42000 SAINT ETIENNE FRANCE

Intended for: Any beauty professional wishing to add an additional skill to the beautician’s work.

Prerequisites: To be a professional in the field of beauty, to have at least a CAP in aesthetics or to have at least 3 years of experience in the field of aesthetics

Number of participants: Minimum 1 person, maximum 6 people per trainer

Training session: Permanent entry and exit

Teaching aids: The practical work carried out during the training is done with material provided by our center and on live models using our expertise products.

Training Sanction/Evaluation methods: Diploma after practical and theoretical exam and training certificate

Supervision: Mrs Roxane DESSIMOND

Cost of the training: 735€ht

For more information about our training center YUMI Academy, you can contact us.


Very good, the trainer is attentive and gentle. The explanations are clear.

Sophie Hamel

Very good training and trainer. Very present at each step of the learning process.

Bérangère Martin