Phone number: (03) 9306....
Additional phone: 1300 46....
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Year Established: 1989
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AEBH is a training services company formed in 1989 , which grew to encompass four training schools, three in Melbourne located at Glenroy, Dandenong and Reservoir, and one located in Liverpool, near Sydney, by Anecita Estavilla-Maullin (Annie).
The core activity of these schools has been the provision of training and accreditation to Australian Standards of beauty therapists and hairdressers, across a range of different vocational disciplines and skills, including:
This highly specialised skill depends as much on client empathy, patience, a cool head and steady hand, as much as it does on technical knowledge.
Embracing/including skin and facial treatments, makeup practices, manicure and pedicure, a wide range of different acrylic (and other media) nail techniques, waxing for all parts of the body, lash treatments, massage techniques, reflexology and semi-permanent makeup.
Hair cutting, male and female, from foundation level to advanced level. Hair styling for day, evening and bridal and Hair-up specialist styling.
All and any of our courses can be the foundation for Adult Re-Skilling.
Under Anecita's excellent, experienced tutelage, we now offer a comprehensive range of short courses, across a wide range of beauty therapies. (more)
Training Courses include Electrolysis, Semi-Permanent Makeup (cosmetic tattooing), Hair Cutting, styling, colouring, perming, Waxing
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