The Staff and Management of Brisbane School of Hairdressing and Brisbane School of Beauty would like to wish all our students, clients and supporters a very Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy 2015.
The college will be closed from 2:00pm, 24 December and reopen for business on Monday, 5 January 2015.
Nick Chen, former BSH (International) student came back on campus today for a quick visit and catchup.
So what’s Nick been up to since graduating 5 years ago?
He has worked in several leading salons before moving on to the role of Education Supervisor for L’Oréal and an Educational Consultant for Kérastase (Taiwan).
He has arrived back in Brisbane to holiday and catch up with family and friends but not before co-ordinating the backstage activities at the L’Oréal Business Forum in Dubai for over 3000 hairdressers from 62 countries.
Nick loved his time at BSH and while studying with Queensland’s leading Hairdressing educator he won the 2010 Queen Plaza Avant-Garde Student Design Competition catapulting him on his path to success.
Nick will be coming back on campus January 8 to talk to our current students about our wonderful industry.
Welcome back and congratulations Nick.
(Photo: Nick with BSH educator, Donna)
It’s official, the new website for Brisbane School of Hairdressing and Brisbane School of Beauty is up and running.
The severe storm that hit South East Queensland on 27 November managed to inflict some pain to our third floor classrooms, computer lab, staff and student breakout area and administration.
The lyrics from the Miley Cyrus song “it came in like a wrecking ball” seemed rather appropriate.
The rain, the wind but more so the hail caused wide spread damage to homes and business in and around Brisbane.
The photo attached shows some of the damage sustained to our third floor building.
Our staff and students were safe and unharmed (which is a blessing) and by Friday we were back at what we do best.
General Manager Tina Palazzotto said “it wreaked havoc for many and we are just happy that our staff and students are safe, we did sustain some damage but nothing that cannot be fixed or replaced”.
Brisbane School of Beauty is please to announce a range of short courses in beauty commencing in early 2015.
All courses run on a Monday night from 5.00 pm to 8.30 pm at our Brisbane campus.
From tanning to waxing BSB has the short course for you.
For more information and enrolment details contact BSB admin on 3229 2999.
BSB proudly uses and recommends YOUNGBLOOD – SUNESCAPE – ASAP products
Brisbane School of Hairdressing is a pre-approved supplier for the Queensland Government’s Certificate 3 Guarantee Program, delivering a range of Beauty courses via the Brisbane School of Beauty.
The program has been implemented by the Queensland government to up skill and train participants in areas that have been identified as having a shortage of qualified workers in our state.
The Beauty industry is one such area and with a 17% growth expected over the next three years now is the time to learn new skills and kick start your new career.
The following courses are now covered under the guarantee:
Certificate II in Nail Technology
Certificate II in Retail Skin Care and Make-up
Certificate III in Beauty Services.
With up to $3,376 in concessions available to suitable applicants, call 3229-2999 to find out more.
The upper ground salon would love to have you come in for a visit and take advantage of our November specials.
Available on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday only:
Men’s style cut and blow dry $10
Women’s style cut and blow dry $20
Phone 3221 9294 to book your appointment now.
Brisbane School of Hairdressing students were recently selected to be involved in the Mercedes Benz Melbourne Cup Gala at the Brisbane City Hall as assistant session stylists. A big thank you must go to Carole Haddad, Corcorz Hair South Bank http://corcorz.com for the opportunity and supporting BSH students.
This event is a major fundraiser for the AEIOU Foundation http://aeiou.org.au and was compared by Channel 9 newsreader Melissa Downes.
The BSH students got to work backstage preparing the models under the tutelage of some of Queensland’s best stylists before they hit the catwalk in gowns designed by Alex Perry.
BSH Educator Donna Molloy said “this was a great opportunity to those selected and gave them a real taste of what it’s like to work at a very elite level”.
General Manager of BSH, Tina Palazzotto added “it’s an amazing opportunity for our students to be involved in an opportunity like this, it helps them understand the requirements of making it to the next level in our great industry”.
To check out all the action have a look at the Gala album on the BSH Facebook page http://goo.gl/yD0Vwc