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$100 of Free Stuff

Refer someone to do any of our training courses and you can get $100 worth of free product.

 

Here's how it works:

You get someone to attend one of our training days. (Classic Course, Advanced/Volume Course) 

You send us an email saying who you referred, before the class date.

The person attending the course must pay the standard cost of the course. (i.e. they attend the course with a kit)

Now you have $100 of freeeeeeee stuff to play around with. 

If you refer someone to do our Lash Lift Course, you get $50 worth of free product. 

This is applicable for 1 student, 1 class. 

Call us or email with what you would like to order.

Here's how free stuff works:

Obviously since you're getting $100 worth of free stuff, we're not going to add more discounts on top of that, just doesn't make sense... So the $100 is only valid with full priced items. This means it doesn't work for any other deal or discount code.

We have always had the buy 2 get 1 free for lash trays since Locks Lash started. The $100 won't work for that deal. We have different prices for some things if you buy a bunch of them, like Max2 Sealant, or primers. The $100 off won't work for that.

The $100 works for every item in our store, we're just not going to apply other discounts on top of already free stuff.

Shipping costs will have to be covered by you as well. 

Let's have a look at a practical example. You buy 2 trays of lashes, a glue accelerator and some glue stoppers. That comes to $97.85. You pay $9.95 for shipping and you're done.

You can add stuff on top of that order of course. Any discount codes or promotions that we run, will work on everything on top of the $100.

Also you can't exchange your $100 for cash in any form. 

Sounds like a lot of rules...sorry about all that. There's been so many questions recently and some confusions on different things. So I thought I would lay it all out in plain English, and not all that legal mumbo-jumbo.

Happy Lashing!

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Locks Lash

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