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ArticlesIs There A Need? Esthetician School Las Vegas Esthetician school Las Vegas is an option for many individuals. This type of educational program prepares students to work in salons, spas and other facilities where the goal is to improve the client's skin, give massages and to provide overall care for a client. It is important to note that this is a growing field and the need for qualified professionals from esthetician school Las Vegas continues to grow. Many may believe that there are not enough positions in this field currently to make going to school worthwhile. However, that is the wrong idea.
The need for professionals in this industry is growing for a number of reasons. Esthetician school Las Vegas has become one of the most sought after programs available, with people from all walks...
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NewsLook We Love: Chanel's Metier d'Arts Show In Dallas
Last night at the Chanel pre-fall Metier d'Arts presentation in Dallas, Karl Lagerfeld came out guns blazing. Literally. For the rodeo slash runway show, hairstylist Sam McKnight tricked out models' hair with gold pistol-shaped barrettes, feathers, and fake hair bows (yes, like Lady Gaga's, only cooler). After matching a bow to each model's hair color, McKnight slid them onto the ends of low ponytails or perched them on top of the head, then piled on clips, feathers, and, in some cases, '50s-style cowboy hats. He also found time to document it all on his Instagram account, showing behind-the-scenes close-ups of all the accessories and a few finished looks (that's one of his snaps, above).