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Star Beauty School is a four-year online master’s program for beauty professionals, which began in 2018.
According to the company, the school’s aim is to teach aspiring beauty professionals how to apply their knowledge to build and create their own personal brand.
The curriculum, which is taught by experts and is designed to build an “instinctive, self-assured sense of beauty,” teaches aspiring beauty experts how to use their own unique aesthetic and personal style to create an authentic, sustainable beauty brand.
The school’s curriculum consists of online classes, as well as a weekly video series on the website, which offers “the most comprehensive online beauty education experience on the internet.”
The course, which runs from January through March, focuses on “beauty essentials” like product reviews, product ideas, tips, and even a makeup tutorial.
While the program’s focus is on beauty fundamentals, the students learn how to create their brand through a variety of means, from selling their products online to launching a line of makeup products.
The school’s focus on brand building and creating a unique identity is a major selling point, according to a spokesperson for Star Beauty Schools.
“We are constantly working to build a strong brand through innovative and creative methods, and it is this brand building that ultimately drives sales,” the spokesperson told Business Insider.
“As a result, our courses are designed to be self-paced, and allow us to focus on learning, developing and growing our own brand.”
To help the students become more creative, Star Beauty offers a variety in the form of courses.
The most popular course at the school is a “self-help” series, which focuses on identifying and working on issues that might affect the brand.
Students can also take on the “personal trainer” role, which allows them to work with their own clients.
The trainer teaches the students how to be effective with their clients, how to find new clients, and how to set up an online marketing campaign to reach potential customers.
The program is also offering “expert coaching” courses, which aim to “increase the value and value proposition of our products, services and services, including personalized content.”
While the classes are designed for professionals who want to learn more about the beauty industry, they also provide a chance for aspiring beauty bloggers to earn extra cash.
Star Beauty sells a range of beauty products, ranging from makeup tutorials to skin care products.
As such, the classes can be used as a means to promote the company.
Star has over 1.8 million students enrolled in its online masterclasses, and the company is hoping to grow that number by 25% in 2019, according the spokesperson.
Star is also one of the first beauty schools to offer scholarships.
In 2019, the company awarded scholarships worth $1,000 to its first 100 students.
However, Star also offered its first scholarship in 2018, which allowed aspiring beauty students to earn between $50 and $75.
Star also offers scholarships to students who choose to take the course.
The scholarships are one of a handful of incentives offered by the company that help students secure a place at the academy.
The scholarships are a part of the $2 million in tuition Star Beauty is providing to its students each year, and Star is aiming to offer up to $5 million in scholarships annually by 2022.
The company has also expanded the program to include an “in-person workshop” for aspiring Beauty Pros.
The company is also launching a new series of courses, including one for budding beauty entrepreneurs, which will be offered to the top 1% of Beauty Professionals by the end of 2021.
The spokesperson also said that the company has a partnership with a “leading cosmetic retailer” to offer discounts to its customers who subscribe to the Star Beauty Rewards program.
These discounts are set to expire in 2020, but the spokesperson said that Star is working on a new partnership with the retailer.
Star is also in the process of launching a “skincare and makeup line” as part of its Beauty Definition program.
The line will be available at Sephora, Ulta, Macy’s, and Target.