Fancy a professional looking makeover for just £5 – then look no further than Wiltshire College Chippenham.
Level 2 students studying Beauty Therapy are hosting a Makeover Day on Monday, March 3, in aid of the charity Changing Faces, which supports people and families living with life changing physical deformities.
The students will be using the Jane Iredale range, which is used by many celebrities and even US president Barrack Obama.
Jane Iredale was the first person to supply the beauty industry with a full line up of make-up based on minerals. Her skin care range combines up-to-date colours for every complexion or ethnicity in a formulation that offers serious skin care benefits.
The range is just one of three that the students are qualified to use, including the Advanced Nutrition programme and Environ.
As a result of their training, Wiltshire College Chippenham became the first in the country to be awarded a Centre of Excellence by the International Institute of Anti-Aging.
The event takes place from 10am until 4pm. To book your appointment now call 01249 465224.
Students at the Aspire Salon in Chippenham, which is a Centre of Excellence, are looking forward to offering makeovers as part of an event for charity
Date: Monday, March 03, 2014