Hair & Beauty at Visage

The Visage Hair and Beauty department has its own separate reception area and is equipped with two state of the art hairdressing salons providing a total of 26 individual bays. Both salons are contemporary and modern in design and include fully interactive whiteboards that help demonstrate theory in practice. Barbering facilities are also available.

In addition Visage has two fully equipped beauty salons with steam and sauna facilities.

Rachel Evans, L2 Beauty Therapy
“I have loved my level 2 Beauty Therapy course, my tutor has been very supportive, the course has helped me to gain confidence I hope to progress the next level where I can pursue eventually a career within the Beauty industry.”
What would you say to anyone thinking of doing the course?
“The course has been fun and challenging, it’s been a great experience.”

Students participate in additional curriculum activities, for example workshops in extensions and colouring, whilst beauty offers additional courses in Hopi ear candles, body wrap, roller waxing and ear piercing.

Full time students have the option to study these additional qualifications to enhance their CV. In house competitions take place where independent judges select winners. From this selection process students’ progress to go onto participate in international hair and beauty competitions.

Students carry out a wide range of treatments on clients under full supervision. The salons use a top range of hair and beauty products.

Kelly Morgan, L3 Hairdressing
“I have enjoyed my Level 3 course it has taught me more advanced techniques; it has helped me to gain in confidence when working on clients. I hope to obtain employment in a salon when I have completed my L3 hairdressing.”
What would you say to anyone thinking of doing the course?
“The course has taught me the creative side of hairdressing.”

The Visage Hair and Beauty Department offers a range of hair and beauty treatments during term time at reasonable rates. For opening times or to book treatments, please contact the Visage salon directly on 01691 688060.


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