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// Lash Perfect Lash Lift training took place at the VLCC academy in Mumbai, India, giving delegates the chance to learn the techniques behind the natural lash enhancement treatment. VLCC Academies have added Lash Perfect Classic, Russian and Express courses, to its curriculum.

// BC Softwear has pledged to remove poly bags from all towels, slippers and lip lops, which will save 50,000 tonnes of plastic in 2019. Slippers will be shipped in a paper wrap and from April a cotton tie will replace the plastic bag on lip lops. // Salon booking site

Treatwell has partnered with inancial technology company SumUp to help digitalise the payment process for all Treatwell Partners. SumUp provides technology to allow small businesses to receive payments securely. The idea is to bring the industry in line with the trend for a cashless society.

// HD Brows has launched a new education package, making its signature training course more accessible and affordable to practitioners. There are three tiers – Bronze, Silver and Gold – and the higher the grade, the more treatment materials included. // Business secretary Greg Clark has announced that the Government will invest £70 million into cyber security and resilience. This means beauty businesses will benefit from less cyber-crime, in particular credit card fraud, phone call scams and phishing emails.

This article appears in the March 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the March 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty