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The first-ever LaVey Beauty Academy has opened its doors in Glasgow, Glasgow City Council has confirmed.
The L’Auberge de la l’Avicennaie, which opened in October, aims to help people with “difficult” skin and conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
It was founded by L’Avice de la Vie de la Lune and will run for eight months from the end of March until the end.
“L’Aberge de La Lune will continue to work with local councils and organisations to ensure that L’Arcee de la Ville is a thriving and welcoming space for all,” a spokesperson said.
“We are committed to ensuring that all residents and visitors feel welcome, safe and respected in our community.”
“It’s a very special day for us here at the L’AVICENIE, as we are opening our doors to people who are struggling to get to the beauty and fitness centre,” the spokesperson added.
“This is a unique opportunity to offer the best of our services to people with different skin types and skin conditions.”
It also has the added benefit of giving people who live close to the centre a chance to exercise together, so that they can get back to their normal life.
“The LaVean Beauty Academy is the only beauty academy in the UK to be open exclusively to women.
It offers two-month courses and will continue its partnership with the LaVienne La Vie de La Ville to run its first-of-its-kind training facility in the city.”
The Lavey Beauty Academy, on the other hand, opened in Glasgow in October with the goal of providing a “high-quality and affordable” alternative to the La Vienne La Vue. “
[LaVey] Beauty Academy aims to create a safe, comfortable and welcoming environment for people with all skin types.”
The Lavey Beauty Academy, on the other hand, opened in Glasgow in October with the goal of providing a “high-quality and affordable” alternative to the La Vienne La Vue.
It also aims to train people with eczemas, psorias and eczmo-acne.
The first class is for adults and students are given an appointment in person.
“I think the La Vie is a wonderful place to start, and we hope we will continue offering courses for children and adults,” Laveie Beauty Academy principal, Sophie Salles, told the BBC.
“We are hoping that the Laveey will open up for us, as well, as our partners, in the future.”
La Vie de Les Folles was opened in 2011 and was later extended to the West End, but closed its doors after six months.
Its sister institution La Vie au Lavee was opened to students in 2012 and closed in March 2017.