Beauty School to School Holiday Treats


With the holidays upon us, many beauty schools across the country are getting a well deserved break from practice on mannequins while other students (and faculty) take a break from their studies.

Several beauty schools have recently hosted spa days for elementary school students in their area, a treat for the attendees at both schools.

North Cove Elementary students in McDowell, NC were treated to hari cuts and manicures following their win in a lottery style drawing.

Seventy beauty school students came to their school and held a spa day to treat the kids to painted nails and the haircut or style they liked.

One student told a beauty school student that he wanted his hair to be one big spike.

“I’m surprised at home many already know what they want done to their nails,” one beauty school student told a local publication. They said the student at Cove Elementary were very mannered and always said thank you.

A similar scene took place in Birmingham, AL at Oliver Elementary School. Students from the beauty school program at Woodlawn High School spent some time with the kids and gave them haircuts, touch-ups and manicures.

Like any other salon, there was barber shop talk going on during the event. Some of the kids wanted to know what it’s like to be a high school student.

In St. Paul, teachers got in on the action when beauty school students treated kids and faculty to spa treatments. The cost of $5 for manicures and henna tattoos and $2 for hand massages were donated to the Canadian Cancer Society. The students rose over $300 during the ManiCure 4 Cancer event that was invented by a parent.