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House of Glam owners set sights on improving regulations, safety in Newfoundland and Labrador’s growing eyelash industry


October 12th, 2018

“We have no regulations here in the province, so it's allowing anybody to do whatever and people are literally just printing off certificates saying that they are educators and then they're training people in their basement,” says Dwyer, who broke into the eyelash world four years ago as a means of supporting herself as she completed a bachelor degree in health sciences in Nova Scotia, one of three Canadians provinces, along with Manitoba and New Brunswick, with legislation governing the relatively new industry.

Dianna Dwyer (left) and Kristie Lawlor recently launched the House of Glam in St. John’s, the province’s first lash studio. In addition to offering a full line of eyelash extension services and products, the pair are also establishing a training and certification program aimed at making the growing industry safer for clients.


Read More at: https://www.thewesternstar.com/business/house-of-glam-owners-set-sights-on-improving-regulations-safety-in-newfoundland-and-labradors-growing-eyelash-industry-249004/

Dianna Dwyer (left) and Kristie Lawlor recently launched the House of Glam in St. John’s, the province’s first lash studio. In addition to offering a full line of eyelash extension services and products, the pair are also establishing a training and certification program aimed at making the growing industry safer for clients. - Kenn Oliver

Posted on October 12th, 2018