Beauty Education at the Forefront of New Partnership Between The French Beauty Academy and The South Australia Hair and Beauty Association

The South Australia Hair and Beauty Association (SAHBA) has announced its collaboration with training institution, The French Beauty Academy.

The intent behind the partnership is to support the South Australian hair and beauty sector through a joint resolution of issues most impacting professionals while elevating the industry’s reputation overall. This is set to be achieved via “the promotion of sound ethics, high standards, education, training, and the maintenance of highly skilled and professional client services,” SAHBA said in a statement.

SAHBA is a not-for-profit group dedicated to assisting hair and beauty industry members. The Association works alongside governing bodies to assure the health and wellbeing of the industry during decision-making processes.

The French Beauty Academy is an Australian training provider for services in the beauty industry with locations in Adelaide, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Students undertake training in areas such as dermal therapy, make-up, nail technologies, and more.

Marcela Lastra, Co-President of SAHBA, said on the news, “Our collaboration with The French Beauty Academy is a testament to our dedication in providing unparalleled opportunities for our members. Together, we’re paving the way for a stronger, more ethical, and thriving hair and beauty industry in South Australia.”

Luke French, CEO of The French Beauty Academy said, “Our partnership with SAHBA signifies our commitment to shaping a brighter future for the beauty and hair industry. Together, we’ll inspire innovation, set new standards, and empower the next generation of beauty professionals.”

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