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In celebration of the College of Natural Beauty’s 21st year the College has re-branded.
The College of Natural Beauty logo is inspired by the colour, shape and properties of the world famous Ylang Ylang flower. This flower is revered for its cosmetic applications and medicinal benefits and was chosen to symbolise the College's holistic approach to beauty education. In the same way Ylang Ylang is unique to the flower family, the College of Natural Beauty also stands alone in the industry through its commitment to sustainable beauty practices by training students in a 'low to no chemical' learning environment.
Ylang Ylang, known as the ‘flower of flowers’, is renowned for the glamorous edge it brings as an ingredient of the world’s leading perfumes. It is the perfect embodiment of the College’s objective to graduate Australia's finest beauty practitioners and to offer an eco-friendly beauty alternative for customers.
Director, Aesthetics Education
The College of Natural Beauty proved no two days of study are the same when it arranged for a group of students to volunteer their makeup services to support an International Women’s Day fashion show on March 4 to celebrate women’s economic, political and social achievements.
The experience proved a fruitful one for the group, who put their study into practice by applying makeup to thirty models taking part in a Brisbane fashion parade hosted by the Romero Centre, an organisation which supports asylum seekers and refugees.
The fashion show was held at the State Library of Queensland and showcased wedding fashion, traditional dress from a variety of cultures and modern dress featuring labels including Maiocchi. It was part of a public event which included a panel discussion, the screening of a short film and speaker presentations.
“We are so grateful to the College of Natural Beauty for their support of our International Women’s Day event. The makeup they applied really completed the look for each of our models and added a lot of punch to the fashion parade which was a really popular event of the evening,” said Romero Centre volunteer Emily Medhurst.
International Women’s day is celebrated in March every year around the world to recognise women for their achievements through expressions of love, respect and appreciation.
The College of Natural Beauty is tapping into an emerging niche with the development of its online Diploma of Salon Management which combines the best in beauty management training with complementary medicine expertise to arm business owners and managers with an unrivalled market advantage.
"It is no secret the number of customers looking for treatments and service with a holistic edge continues to grow, and in a nod to this we've developed an online management qualification to help future industry leaders own this space," said Director Aesthetics Education College of Natural Beauty Heddy Butler.