Beauty for Everyone educational program from L'Oreal Ukraine and UN Population Fund

17 July 2018
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LLC L'Oreal Ukraine and the UN Population Fund announce the launch of an educational program to help women affected by domestic violence or being in difficult living conditions to gain free education in the beauty industry. The program is implemented with the support of the L'Oreal Foundation.

The training course is specifically designed to teach women the basics of hairdressing skills and give them the opportunity to acquire a new specialty and get employed in the future. The course is taught by highly skilled teachers and practicing specialists in beauty salons. The course guarantees that all students will have the skills they need to start a career in the beauty salons industry.

The group will start teaching hairdressing in September 2018. The course provides 12 classes per month and lasts 5 months, classes will be held in the city of Kyiv.

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