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14-16 Hair and beauty engagement group celebrate

Time to celebrate

Our 14-16 hair and beauty engagement group had a fabulous time on Thursday evening. They spent an evening of all thing’s beauty at The Beauty Social event at Beauty Bazar by Harvey Nichols in Liverpool One.

The girls from schools across Sefton attend Mode once a week. Attending classes in hairdressing, beauty, and makeup skills. Delivered by tutors Jen and Emma.  Attendance to date has been 100% on the course. What better way to celebrate than to attend the event.

During the evening, they observed master classes in hair and make up.  And they particularly enjoyed Adam Sidwell class for Hourglass. And they even had the opportunity to have their own hair and makeup done. Brands like Doll Beauty, Laura Mercier, and Hair Choice Extensions.  Whilst enjoying the complimentary drinks and candy floss.

Proud Tutors

Jen and Emma agreed the evening was a huge success. And a great way to celebrate the girl’s commitment to the course.  They went on to say behaviour was outstanding. And it was an absolute pleasure to spend the evening with the girls.   Nicola Shaw a former makeup student at Mode. And now beauty advisor for Laura Mercier ensured all the girls had a great night. With her arranging for them all to leave with a goody bag full of samples.

Hair and beauty progression

14- 16 hair and beauty engagement group attendees will be provided with ongoing Careers Information Advice and Guidance in preparation for leaving school. All who are interested in apprenticeships will be interviewed by our recruitment team.

Debbie Carney Mode Director said: “We are proud of the commitment the group has made to the programme. Not only has their attendance been 100% but also their attitude towards learning a new skill has been outstanding. We look forward to the progress they continue to make and look forward to welcoming them onto our apprenticeship programme in the future.”

The programme is funded by Merseyside Police as part of their Preventative Policing initiative.