Beauty Therapy

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The use of beauty treatments—e.g., facial treatments, exfoliation, masks, wraps, manicures, pedicures, waxing, etc.—to enhance one’s physical appearance to others and, ideally, improve one’s own self-image
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Working as a beauty tutor and assessor, teaching NVQ Level 2-3 beauty therapy at Habbit and 1st Degree Training, Danielle also embarked on her own venture as proprietor of a business in Alnwick.
COURSES INCLUDE: Level 2 and Level 3 beauty therapy Nail technology Complimentary therapies Free massage taster course Make-up Why not come along to the next Open Evening on Monday, November 9 at 6.
Amy Pierce-Bennett, 18, from Rednal, is one of 23 apprentices currently enrolled on the Beauty Therapy Apprenticeship scheme in Urban Serenity.
This service, which provides a range of beauty therapy treatments for cancer sufferers, is now in its second year and is proving to be very successful for both the Level 3 therapists and patients.
Charlotte began attending the college to study beauty therapy as part of a school link scheme and enjoyed it so much she enrolled on a full-time beauty therapy diploma after finishing at school.
Beauty therapy and make-up courses are offered by a variety of colleges and training centres and vary in length, content and type of equipment provided as part of the course.
Roberta McLaren, head of the School of Sport, Leisure and Beauty Therapy, said: "Despite everything, results were the best they have ever been.
They enrolled on the Foundation Modern Apprenticeship (FMA) in Beauty Therapy, which covers make-up, manicures and eye-care.
At the Beauty Therapy and Surgery Clinic you will find the following medical treatments:
Yet people who practise traditional beauty therapy were welcomed to the evening planned for October 17.
The job: I run a mobile beauty therapy business in Edinburgh and West Lothian.