Seventa Makeup Academy, awarded ‘Makeup Training Academy of the Year’ at the recent London Hair & Beauty Awards 2018.
The award recognises the effort and contribution Seventa Makeup Academy make to the industry. Highlighting Seventa Makeup Academy’s ability to encourage and influence change and growth of talent in the makeup and beauty sector through their modern tailored approach to Makeup Artist education.
Being the only school or training academy in the UK that offers a dedicated Retail Makeup Artist Training Program made Seventa Makeup Academy really stand out from the other competing finalists.
Jeffrey Euen-Gow (Seventa Makeup Academy, Managing Director) said “The course program was developed to provide solutions to enable the Retail Makeup Artist. We want to break with the normal conventions of training and do things a little bit different, this industry is very fast-paced and always changing and we create our courses to enable students to excel and grow and build a long-term career in the industry.”
Retailers know now more than ever to survive they need to invest in people as it’s important to have a knowledgeable outstanding staff team who know everything about the customer. Retail traditionally has not been seen as a career or profession but this all changing now and the survival of the industry depends on strong, skilled and expert professionals.
Over 350 of London’s elite Hair & Beauty professionals gathered at the Copthorne Tara Hotel in Kensington on Sunday October 28 for a glitzy night, put on to acknowledge the best of the city’s hair and beauty industry.
The London Hair & Beauty Awards, now in their fourth year have become a stable event, dedicated to those who work hard to make us look and more importantly, feel fantastic.
The awards celebrated the amazing breadth of talent and style that flow in London as well as the efforts and commitment of the very best professionals that invest in ensuring their customers always receive high-quality services and innovative treatments that are second to no-one.
The star-studded evening was hosted by the award-winning broadcaster, familiar face on TV and writer, Zara Janjua. As chosen by the public, she presented the winners and provided a platform to thank those in the hair and beauty industry, letting them know that their good work doesn’t go un-noticed.
A Spokesperson for the London Hair and Beauty Awards said: “We are very honoured to have welcomed such talented hair and beauty gurus at the fourth London Hair and Beauty Awards. It was a memorable and inspiring night, reflecting the world-wide known style and elegance of London.
“The awards aimed to recognise meritorious specialists who take care of our needs in the best possible way and work within salons where excellence is a standard.
“The London hair and beauty industry is leading the way in innovation and glamorous styling and is a role model in the worldwide hair and beauty realm.”
The awards also provided the opportunity to fundraise for a worthwhile cause and this year helped raise money for the official charity partner, Make A Wish Foundation UK who grant magical wishes to children and young people, fighting life-threatening conditions.
The finalists in the ‘Training Academy of the Year’ category were:
Hair for Men Academy; Havering Beauty Academy; Kevin Fortune Hair Styling Academy; Halls of Ivy Hair & Beauty Training Academy; The London School of Beauty & Make-up; Seventa Makeup Academy; The London Beauty Training Academy; MATA Medical Aesthetics Training Academy; The Beauty Academy London; Delamar Academy of Make-up & Hair
Seventa Makeup Academy embraces the diverse use of makeup and aims at spreading its professional understanding and passion for makeup and beauty by providing modern and tailored makeup artist training courses, in order to inspire new talent in the beauty sector.