Then one day I received a message from an Australian lash tech, who asked if I had ever considered running a mentoring group – a group where I would upload advanced tutorials, show how I grew my businesses etc. I couldn’t see how this would be popular, or that I could compete with platforms such as YouTube, where I already had very basic videos, but she said she would love to join – so I started to think about it.
I made tentative inquiries and the response was incredible and within the first week we had nearly 80 members!
As time has gone on LTT has grown in strength and evolved into what it is today. The feedback from all members has been so positive, and it has become global, with members from all over the world, and of all standards, sharing their passion for lash extensions and wanting to better themselves.
The purpose of LTT has always been to share, teach and improve the standard of our industry, and this is exactly what it does.
In addition to LTT, I am also still a working lash tech, as well as a trainer. I train students both in the UK and Internationally, therefore I spend a lot of time travelling, with the US, Canada, Europe, South America and Australia being some of my most recent destinations.
I also offer online training, designed for those that prefer distance learning, or cannot attend my in-person courses. The course content is exactly the same as in my class, but filmed close up, in HD and put online. Students get their own manuals to download, have the option to purchase the online student kit, and must submit case studies for certification. They also receive the same unlimited on-going support from me, for as long as they need it.