Why you should check out a new beauty school in Perth
Perth, Western Australia – There’s no denying that Perth has its share of beauty schools.
But for a start, it has its fair share of star-studded graduates.
That is, until you look beyond the star power of the likes of Skyline Beauty Academy and Orane Beauty Academy.
Orane and Skyline both hold courses in beauty and they both aim to make their students international stars in their chosen disciplines.
Orne Beauty Academy, located in Perth’s eastern suburbs, is one of the most famous beauty schools in Australia.
But the company that started out in Perth in 1993, has since expanded its range of courses and is currently located in the heart of Perth’s CBD, where it hosts its popular “beauty and fashion” events.
The Orane Academy is a small, private school with just 20 students in its first year of offering its classes.
It is the only school to hold courses outside of Perth.
“Our curriculum is based around the principles of beauty, comfort, and personal empowerment.
We believe the best way to achieve these goals is through individual and collective commitment,” says its principal, Lisa Karras.
Oranne Beauty Academy is located in Adelaide’s CBD and is just a few minutes away from the famous “Star Wars” theatre.
The school is famous for hosting its annual “StarWars” themed night, “Battles of the Galaxy”, which has been a popular event for the past 20 years.
“We are very proud of the success of the Battles of Galaxy and the incredible work our graduates have done in the last few years,” Ms Karres said.
“Their success is a testament to the amazing support they receive from our students, our family and the entire Orane community.”
But what about the beauty school’s star students?
Are they the same as the graduates?
Are their standards different?
And if so, how do they measure up?
In our previous Beauty School Roundup, we looked at some of the best beauty schools to open in the past five years.
So, with our latest update, we want to hear your feedback about the standards of the beauty schools and the star students in the process.
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
How does Orane compare to other beauty schools?
The Oranee Beauty Academy has an all-female, all-male student body, with the majority of students in their second year studying under their current principal, Karris.
The other major difference between Orane’s students and those of other beauty academies is that Orane has a “professional” model in its curriculum.
This is a position in the school’s catering industry, where students have the opportunity to work on the catering side of the business, rather than the beauty and fashion side.
Karrins model for the Oranees first year was Miss C.E.T. “I had the opportunity, as a model, to work with a local agency, which had a client who wanted a model.
I was lucky enough to work alongside a very talented model.
It was a fantastic experience,” Ms C.
Ms C, who works for a company called Vivid, said that Oranes model is very important to her, as she has a real-life model, as well as a close friend and colleague.
“It’s just really important that it’s someone who is not only in the same industry as me, but someone who’s also passionate about the industry, and really has passion about the school and wants to give back to the community, which is a really big part of what Orane is all about,” Ms T said.
The student body is also heavily dominated by Indigenous students, with more than 80 per cent of Orane graduates from Indigenous backgrounds.
However, Ms KARRAS said that there are many different student demographics in Orane, which helps explain why the school is one that has a diverse student body.
“Most of our students are from Indigenous communities, and we have many students from other ethnic groups, and the diverse student population helps to create a community where we have a much greater level of understanding and respect for our students and our teachers,” Ms M said.
She added that she feels it’s important to make sure that the school has a strong presence in Indigenous communities.
“In terms of Indigenous education in Australia, we have such a high proportion of students coming from disadvantaged backgrounds and we really need to be very proactive in supporting those students and teachers, because they are the backbone of our community,” Ms S said.
How is Orane different to other schools?
There are a few differences that we noticed when comparing Orane to other school’s in the Beauty School roundup.
Firstly, Orane students are taught in a new format.
They have more advanced, “hands-on” learning.
That means they are learning about beauty and makeup, which they may not be used