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Happy Holidays To You

Happy Holidays To You


Borboleta means butterfly in Portuguese, and like a butterfly, we want to honor the unique beauty in each one of us. We're all different, but all equally as beautiful. Join us in defining beauty, and let this season be a reminder to help one another grow and share our gifts and talents with each other this special time of year.

Happy Holidays, Beautiful!

As founders and creators of Borboleta Beauty, we are excited for you to be a part of the new Borboleta this New Year! Each month, we'll bring you news and updates from the latest in the industry, lash artists features, announcements and exclusive offers. Our mission at Borboleta is to provide lash artists with the highest quality products, and with the education needed to be successful. Everyday we strive to bring knowledge to the industry and build a community where we can build one another up and help each other grow. Our market is so new and there's tons to learn and share.
Kim & Erin


This is a crazy busy time of year, so don't forget to enjoy time with family and friends at upcoming holiday parties! Feel free to spoil yourself this season - if you've worked hard, you should play (or shop) hard too!

To ensure all eyes are on you this holiday season, head over to J.CREW and check out our favorite jewelry item of the season! A bold necklace is the perfect item for a holiday ensemble. Pair this piece with a white dress and nude or gold accent pumps, and you're ready for your special event!


Eyelashes protect the eye from debris, which is why cleansing the lashes is so important! If they are not cleaned properly, the natural lash cycle can be damaged, infection/bacteria can grow, and the eyelashes or eye site can be harmed. Our lash cleaner recipe is the perfect way to remove makeup residue, wipe away excess oils, get rid of extra protein and condition the eyelashes all at the same time. It's gentle as can be and won't cause redness or irritation!



Print the lash tip cleansing recipe onto a card and put it in a bag along with an empty foam bottle, mascara wands, a travel size baby shampoo and aftercare instructions. Clients will love the nice reminder to always keep lashes clean and you'll be a happier lash artist. Nobody wants to fuss with makeup residues and dirty lashes - make your clients feel appreciated for receiving such a thoughtful gift. After all, we have no business without our lovely clients!


Salt Lake City - Jan 2-3
Las Vegas - Jan 15-16
Seattle - Jan 25
Portland - Jan 27
To schedule a training in you area, please contact
Jan 5th- Launch party for New Year, New Borboleta.
Jan 2015 New website! New products! New manual!

To become a featured lash artist, hashtag #bbfeaturedartist and email training@borboletabeauty. We will select one artist each month who we feel shows outstanding representation of our brand and promotes positive Borboleta Beauty vibes.

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  • Hi Debbie I totally udrnestand! So here’s how it works:Each week I release the lesson for that week. There’s a video lesson (and both and audio and PDF version of the video), you watch. I try to keep it to 40 minutes (two 20-minute videos) but it sometimes gets a little longer. There’s homework you can do, or not do, and then there’s a live Q A. If you can’t attend the Q A live, you can send your questions and then you can watch the video (or listen to the audio) of that afterwards.Sometimes there are little additional videos I make to explain something about a question someone asked, or to give examples of how you might approach the homework.It’ll all stay on line for at least 6 weeks afterwards, so you can go back and review it or catch up on any sections you missed.So, you could access all the content in about two hours a week. But I think the real value comes when you do the homework, in part because doing the homework is often what brings up the kinds of questions you’ll want to ask in the Q A. Doing the homework could take you as little as 15-minutes each week most are short (no more than 90-second) videos but realistically it will take longer. Each is a little creative project and so there’s no real telling how long it could take. (Submitting the homework, by the way, is optional the basic version of the class doesn’t include homework feedback)Here’s one big question: are you dealing with anything right now in your work, that this course could help you with? I always like to think about online learning (or any class) in terms of: Is this a distraction from what I’m trying to do or can I immediately apply it to what I’m doing in a way that will help focus me rather than scatter my focus?For example, while I was first developing this course, I was taking an online video course so I was able to take everything I learned in the video course and apply it directly to what I was doing. In that case, I told the teacher I wouldn’t be doing the home he provided, but I’d be taking what he taught and using it in my own projects.I ended up doing a lot of the homework anyway, because it was a great way to get familiar with the concepts. But that’s what I mean about looking at your current situation and assessing whether the course will directly apply to it or will distract you.I hope that’s helpful! Let me know if there’s anything I didn’t answer.Deborah

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  • Hi Jojoba,KP pulled out of Singapore early this year so it’s only avablaile in Japan now. I was sad to see it go even though it was not one of my staple brands but I did like some of its makeup very much, like the LE trios in the square compacts.

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