Perfect for all licensed cosmetologists who are interested in gaining experience with lash services as well as seasoned pros looking to take their current lash offerings to the next level.
• See the differences between strip lashes and individual lashes and how they are applied and removed
• Learn the stacking technique for maximum impact
• Discover all the new Ardell lash options
• Brow Pomade Pencil demo
• Holiday marketing/how to up-sell
Tools needed to apply lashes:
Joy A. Johnson
Joy A. Johnson, based out of the Washington, D.C. metro area, is a multi-licensed beauty professional, adjunct professor, international beauty educator, published author, and the proprietor of Nails & Faces of Joy Spa. In the beauty business for over 10 years, Joy currently serves as an International Educator and Corporate Trainer for American International Industries and is a beauty contributor to Cosmobiz magazine. She is also the owner/operator of a consulting firm, which assists and trains salon owners and their staff in creating and/or refining a lash, nail and skin care department within their business.
Her extensive industry experience ranges from being a Key Manicurist for New York Fashion World (NYFW) shows for designers Tadashi Shoji and Taoray Wang to being an integral team member for designers Jill Stuart, Zang Toi, Altuzarra and many others. Her reach extends to editorial features in magazines like Real Simple Magazine, Ebony, and Good Housekeeping, as well as being featured on ABC, FOX, CBS news and Donnie Simpson & Tony Perkins on Majic 102.3 for her philanthropic efforts to offer free monthly services to current cancer fighters. She gives some of her time and expertise by volunteering, quarterly, with Hope Connections for Cancer Support an amazing local cancer support center, showing women how to adapt and enhance their new appearance.
Professionally trained at Bennett Career Institute in Washington, D.C., she had the privilege to study under many of the industry’s best. Joy knows and appreciates the value of education as well as the positive change it can bring about. That is why she stands by her motto, “There is nothing more powerful than an equally talented and educated beauty professional.”