Nail-ed it.

Words by

Eliza Sholly

Rebecca Judd and Ryan Trainor are proving themselves as a duo that knows how to make it happen. Together, they are co-founders of Beauty EDU, the next generation of beauty education.

Designed by world-class architects Techne, Beauty EDU has launched a brow and nail bar right in the heart of the all-new David Jones Eastland. It's part of the exciting partnership that was recently announced with the retailer.

The Beauty EDU bar offers customers great value treatments at a fraction of the cost. Customers will be supporting the future of the beauty industry, as they Beauty EDU team works to manicure nails and shape and tint brows. Prices start at $15 for an express mani and polish and $5 for an eyebrow tint. 

The bar will also host industry events on an ongoing basis to enhance the David Jones experience, while bridging the gap between theory and industry experience for the students.

With the campus to fully open in mid-November, enrolments are currently open for full time and flexible study courses, with aspiring beauty gurus urged to apply here. Students can complete a Diploma of Beauty Therapy, and in 2016, a Diploma of Specialised Make-up.

To celebrate this launch, Beauty EDU nail specialists are offering free express manicures from Thursday October 29 to Sunday November 1 at David Jones Eastland.

In case you weren’t excited enough, visitors will then have the chance to enter an exciting Mani Cam social media competition, with the winner receiving a year's worth of manicures and a $500 David Jones gift voucher. See here for application details and T&Cs.

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