Entering the competition
Students from the Style Academy and a technician from the Slayed Esthetics Lounge put their abilities to compete provincially at the Skills Provincial Competition in Saskatoon on April 12 & April 13. The new era in esthetics require professional beauty therapists to grow and adjust with always up-beating trends. With the intention to showcase their professionalism and represent The Style Academy and Slayed Esthetics Lounge, Annie, Kennedy and Kelsey proudly attended the provincial competition.
THRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE – SHOWCASING THE SKILLS
The aesthetics competition was divided into two levels where attendees had to demonstrate:
Secondary (High School)
- Manicure with nail art design
- Pedicure with red polish
- Overall look with makeup and vision board – the the theme was “Recycled Fashion”.
- Makeup with a theme of 80’s Glam
- Manicure with advance nail art
- Eminence Facial
They were judged by these Saskatchewan’s successful professionals: Becca Gurski, Krista Braithwaite, Bree Pylatuk, Jennifer Szeles and Christel Salamon.
LEANNE BROWN | EDUCATOR, SALON OWNER, NEW TECHNICAL CHAIR
There was a passing of the torch at this years competition, Leanne Brown is the new Provincial Technical Chair, former chair Siobhan Loos was proud to see the roll taken by someone with so much passion to improve industry standard and create passionate skilled young professionals. Leanne will now represent Saskatchewan at the Skills Canada National Competition in Halifax Nova Scotia at the end of the month.
With their knowledge, Annie, Kelsey and Kennedy demonstrated skills and desire to make a positive impact in the modern world esthetics. Following high standards and applying the knowledge they gained in The Style Academy, all of them exceed the expectations. The educator who represented our students Leanne Brown was proud to see the professional development and new opportunities that opened up after attending the Skills Competition.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the competition:
Kelsey took Gold Medal |
Kennedy took Silver Medal |
Annie took Bronze Medal |
Post Secondary winner Kelsey Schwartz will have the opportunity to expand her skills, with extensive training before she heads off to Halifax to compete against eight other Gold medal winners from across Canada.