April issue 2010

By | Society | Published 10 years ago

Two years after establishing the first Toni&Guy haircare salon in Karachi, Saeeda Mandviwalla, director of Toni&Guy, successfully launched the Toni&Guy Education Academy in Karachi on March 27. This education programme aims to benefit those who cannot avail visa requirements, go for training abroad, or pay high fees for quality education.

Now, an international standard certification in hairdressing is available to anyone with ambition and hairdressing aspirations. With the likes of Robert Gibson, British deputy high commissioner Karachi, Shazia Marri, minister for tourism and culture, and Roger Woodward, Toni&Guy London representative, addressing the launch, the academy promises to be a huge step in the right direction for aesthetics education in Pakistan.