Protection in the event of a liability claim against your business.
Eyelash extension cover includes £5 million public and product liability cover, and £1 million for treatment liability.
You are covered for working from home, a salon or your customer's residence within Great Britain, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
You can pay for your eyelash extension insurance by Direct Debit.
There is no cap on how much a compensation claim can be for the UK. This means a claim could be hundreds of thousands, even millions, of pounds. Your policy can protect you against claims for compensation up to the limit of indemnity provided.
Our eyelash extension insurance can cover business equipment. Please speak to one of our advisors for more information.
Towergate's eyelash extension insurance includes public and product liability, treatment liability, and legal expenses cover as standard. Optional cover for business equipment is available: please speak to our advisers.
Our eyelash extension insurance policy is designed for qualified beauty therapists, so you can be confident it is suitable for you.
When you need to make a claim, we'll guide you through the process and get your claim settled as quickly as possible.
Yes, eyelash technicians are just one of the treatments we are able to cover. We can also provide cover for makeup artists, nail technicians and other beauty therapies including body massage, spray tanning and waxing. Just let us know the treatments you provide, and we’ll let you know if there are any we can’t cover.
Our advice is always to take out the maximum level of cover you can reasonably afford. We provide £5 million in indemnity and £1 million for treatment liability as standard through our eyelash extension cover, but can also provide a range of indemnity limits upon referral.
In order to be eligible to claim under our policy, you must be qualified for treatments you are providing. You must hold the relevant certificates and qualifications for all professional treatments undertaken.
You must hold the relevant certificates and qualifications for all professional treatments undertaken.
Full details of the policy terms and conditions are available on request. It is important to read your policy documents.
If you would prefer to spread the cost of your policy, you may have the option of setting up a direct debit to pay your premium in equal monthly instalments through our preferred provider, Premium Credit Limited (PCL).
To find out more about PCL and direct debit payments, see our Direct Debit page.
To understand more about how PCL works together with Towergate, please read our regulatory information.
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