Shenae Marsden and Ayngel Morris at the TAFE beauty school.
Shenae Marsden and Ayngel Morris at the TAFE beauty school. Georja Ryan

Young ladies line up for popular beauty course

THERE are 25 young ladies cruising around Warwick today with perfect nails, glistening skin and make-up to kill.

Thanks to a beauty workshop at Warwick TAFE, the girls who attended left with a wealth of knowledge and an insight into the world of beauty to apply to not only their everyday regime, but to their resume as well.

Business Development Officer at Warwick TAFE Bruce Affleck said he saw a need in the Warwick community for a beauty course, and decided to get Toowoomba teacher Fiona Patterson down for a day to show the Warwick girls what it was all about.

"At the open day last year, beauty sparked a lot of interest and so we're responding to a need within the community," Mr Affleck said.

During the day workshop, the girls learnt how to execute mini-facials, apply their make-up to create smoky eyes, how to expertly paint nails, complete nail art, conduct massages and more.

Mrs Patterson said she was thrilled with the enthusiasm of the girls and said they were already requests for future workshops.

"They'd like to learn about spray tans and acrylic nails, so we'll try and focus on that in the next one," Mrs Patterson said.

The TAFE is looking at doing night classes as well as more day workshops in June and August. Dates are yet to be confirmed.

Yesterday's workshop cost just $42 for the full day for those on a concession, or $90 full rate.

Two accredited units were covered.

To join the waiting list for the next workshop, or for more information, phone the TAFE on 4660 4600.



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