In the wake of the death of beauty salon owner Jean Huang during a breast enhancement procedure last week, two of Australia’s leading beauty industry bodies have warned beauty salons to follow the rules and regulations.
Perth’s Skin Fairy Clinic was named the National Clinic of the Year at DMK’s 2017 Awards Gala in Sydney – for the second year in a row.
Brigitte Benge explains how to convert ‘gift voucher clients’ into long term skincare clients.
For the inaugural Professional Beauty Industry Roundtable, eight thought-leaders met to discuss ideas addressing the beauty industry, specifically business support.
What place (if any) does discrimination on the basis of physical appearance have in the beauty industry?
Workplace discrimination, bullying and harassment is an emerging and ongoing issue for salons across the hair and beauty industry, writes HABA’s Juliet Docwra.
Ultraceuticals has beaten business heavyweights such as Telstra and Foxtel to win the Platinum Award for ‘Best Blended Learning Model’ in the 2017 LearnX Awards.
Six thousand hair and beauty professionals are expected to attend the third annual Brisbane Hair & Beauty Expo this month to ‘experience the latest in education, products, techniques, equipment and entertainment’.
CIDESCO is offering beauty salons and spas around the world free membership for the remainder of this year ‒ if they meet its entry and inspection requirements.
Leading salon and spa software creator Kitomba has appointed co-founder Al Quinn as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Thirty two years after first opening its doors in Adelaide, Hyde Park College of Skin and Body Therapy has moved to bigger and better premises in the centre of the city.
Two Australian DMK skin revision therapists, Carmen Anuriw from the Chelsea Skin Clinic in WA and Brehanna Sanders from Just Magic in Queensland, were big winners at The Skin Games in Los Angeles.
Ultraceuticals has begun rolling out a new ‘gold standard’ in skin consultation with the certification of its first ‘Ultra Consult’ clinic.
Environ founder Dr Des Fernandes on how to treat clients safely with these wonder ingredients.
By Dianne Miles, Chairperson of CIDESCO. Founded in 1946 in Brussels and with its head office in Zurich, Switzerland, Comité International d’Esthétique et de Cosmétologie – CIDESCO – is the world standard for beauty and spa therapy. CIDESCO Australia, one of 30+ CIDESCO global sections, has been operating as an educational organisation since 1992. CIDESCO […]
By Jason Greenhalgh, Managing Director of Brisbane Hair and Beauty Expo There is no doubt that education is one of the most critical ingredients for continued growth and success in any industry. In a world of ever-changing trends and technology, every qualified professional must ensure they are at the cutting edge, simply to ensure survival. The […]
It’s difficult to know how useful certain types of education will be to the health of your business.
By Tina Viney – CEO, APAN With industry and government activities currently reviewing regulatory changes, have you noticed the issue of recognised qualifications being discussed in several forums within the beauty sector? Historically, modalities such as laser, IPL, cosmetic tattooing, and related grooming services were taught through suppliers and non-accredited trainers. While these delivered a […]