Beauty EDU has joined forces with nail polish brand Kester Black to launch three limited edition nail polishes.
To celebrate Beauty EDU’s latest campus and accompanying brow and nail bar opening in the new David Jones Eastland redevelopment in Melbourne, the beauty school has collaborated with nail-brand-with-heart, Kester Black, to release a trio of unique nail polish shades.
The peach-toned Clay, glimmering Terrazzo Black and off-white Stone of the trio of limited-edition nail polishes reflect the sleek, Techne designed Beauty EDU Bar – a brow and nail bar, which seamlessly blends student learning with real-world pampering.
The collaboration between beauty school with a difference Beauty EDU and vegan-friendly Kester Black was a match made in heaven. Why? Despite its desire for only the best of the best in terms of quality, Beauty EDU is committed to using less and supporting cruelty free; it also places high importance on its social and environmental effects. Kester Black is also proudly Australian made and owned, and committed to sustainable manufacturing.
“Wherever we can, we aim to work with partners who are actively reducing their environmental impact so our footprint is as minimal as possible,” says Beauty EDU Co-Founder Rebecca Judd.
The Beauty EDU Kester Black polishes are professional quality, chip-resistant and stamped with feel-good Choose Cruelty Free (CCF), Cruelty Free International and Vegan Society accreditations. The trio is also free of Toluene, DBP, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin and Camphor.
Beauty EDU also has campuses in Melbourne CBD, Surry Hills in Sydney and Bairnsdale in Victoria. If you are keen to get qualified or up-skill your expertise, Beauty EDU campuses are still accepting students for its Diploma of Beauty Therapy course and Masterclasses for 2016. Want a tour? The campuses hold open days at 11am every Wednesday.
The Beauty EDU and Kester Black polishes are available at David Jones Eastland, Beauty EDU campuses (Sydney, Melbourne, Bairnsdale) and Kester Black website.
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