Amazing Lash Studio, a nationwide franchise concept of eyelash extensions, is proud to announce its scholarship partnership with the Beauty Changes Lives Foundation. The program will provide monetary assistance to students seeking careers in the professional esthetics industry. The application window for the inaugural scholarship competition begin on June 12, 2017 and will be accepted thru August 14, 2017.
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The program will award 5 scholarships in the amount of $2,250 to students enrolled in any esthetic program at an accredited school. Individuals may apply via essay, inspiration board or online video.
“Amazing Lash Studio Franchise partnered with the Beauty Changes Lives Foundation because we believe in the mission of the Foundation, which is to elevate the beauty industry and those who pursue it as a career path. As a beauty brand, Amazing Lash Studio employs more estheticians and cosmetologists performing lash extensions services than any other brand,” says Heather Elrod, COO of Amazing Lash Studio. She added, “Currently we have approximately 2,800 licensed lash stylists working in our network and this number will nearly double by year end. We want prospective stylists to know we are an employer of choice; we provide a career path and a future not just a job. Amazing Lash Studio is proud to sponsor five scholarships through the Beauty Changes Lives Foundation to estheticians who are embarking on their education in the beauty industry.”
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The Beauty Changes Lives Foundation is honored to offer aspiring estheticians this scholarship opportunity generously funded by Amazing Lash Studio, said Lynelle Lynch, Beauty Changes Lives President. “Education is the starting point for a successful career in the beauty and wellness industry and we are excited about providing an opportunity for students to learn from one of the esthetics industry’s most esteemed brands.”