Join Prolong Lash at The Aotearoa Lash Conference, 2024

Let us introduce you to the third annual Aotearoa Lash Conference, a one-of-a-kind event that stands as the pinnacle for lash artists in New Zealand! Mark your calendars for a day of inspiration, learning, and connection in the stunning backdrop of Tauranga. Here’s why this is the must-attend event of the year:

Experience the Excitement at the Aotearoa Lash Conference, 2024!

1. Elevate Your Expertise in Business Skills and Lash Artistry!

Aotearoa Lash Conference

At this conference, you can enhance your skills, refine your business mastery, and connect with fellow enthusiasts. Engage in vibrant and transformative sessions that provide essential knowledge and tools to spark your creativity and advance your career.

It’s time for an immersive experience where you'll refine your skills, gain invaluable business insights, and connect with fellow enthusiasts.

  • Skill-Building Workshops: Participate in hands-on workshops led by industry experts, offering you the latest techniques and trends in lash artistry.
  • Business Growth Strategies: Learn from top professionals about building and scaling your lash business. Gain insights that will help you thrive in a competitive market.
  • Network with Peers: Connect with other passionate lash artists and business owners. Share tips, stories, and experiences that will help you grow both professionally and personally.

This is more than a conference – it’s an investment in your future.

2. Rub shoulder with Industry Royalty

We couldn’t be more excited to see Joy Crossingham and Charmain Schembri on the speaker lineup in 2024. Not only lash industry bigwigs but Prolong family members to boot.

One of our esteemed speakers is Joy Crossingham, a trailblazer in the lash industry. Joy is the visionary behind LashJoy and Brisbane Lashes, where she has established herself as an exceptional artist, salon owner, supplier, educator, speaker, and competition judge. Not to mention an official Prolong Lash Partner and Reseller.​ 

Charmaine Schembri is the Head of Marketing at Locks Lash. She is passionate about the lash industry and helping small businesses achieve their goals by focusing on areas of marketing that really matter to them! She’s helped to elevate 100’s of small & global businesses, working with some incredible brands including Cadbury, Schweppes, Lindt, Alfa Romeo, and Jeep - to name a few. 

 3. Prolong Lash Are Back by Popular Demand

The one and only Jodi Harrison is returning as MC for the 2024 Aotearoa Lash Conference! This Aspiring Olympic Headstander, amateur comedian, and our esteemed CEO is back this year to MC this exciting event.




Not to disappoint, Prolong Lash is a proud sponsor of this event and is delighted to support our NZ cousins. Once again, our generous Prolong Lash goodie bags are there to delight attendees with Prolong Lash love.

We’re bringing along our internationally traveled dilution station so everyone can try making their own cleanser foaming pumps from our globally recognized and loved cleanser concentrate. It’s the perfect opportunity for you to dive into the world of Prolong Lash and elevate your client’s aftercare routine!

If you’re ready to be inspired and network with like-minded lash artists and business owners, then this is a must-attend conference. Come to the Aotearoa Lash Conference and take your business-building motivation to new heights.

4. Discover the "Kiwi Girls Who Walk"

We are also proud to highlight the inspiring "Kiwi Girls Who Walk" community, proudly sponsored by Prolong Lash.

Founders Lucy and Ngapuna will share their journey, and values centered around community, connection, and wellness through walking. Join this united group of women as they forge friendships, embrace health, and celebrate inclusivity. Don't miss the opportunity to be part of this empowering movement!


Join us for a celebration of everything you love about the lash industry at the Aotearoa Lash Conference and unlock your full potential!


The Aotearoa Lash Conference, 2024

Date: September 14, 2024, 9:00 AM

Location: Trinity Wharf, Tauranga, New Zealand

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