A group of nine very lucky students left October 16, 2013 for “The Land of the Rising Sun,” Tokyo, Japan. After an incredibly long International flight, the students hit the ground running! Throughout their journey the students got to sightsee, learn about Japanese Culture, and engage in Japanese traditions but most importantly the students got to be a part of several educational opportunities that were presented at the Yamano Beauty College by instructors and founder, Jane Aiko Yamano.
After settling in, the students and chaperones adventured off for an exciting
exploration throughout the city of inspiration, Tokyo.
Their destinations included: The Meiji Shrine, Sushi Zanmai Cooking School, Tokyo Tower, Hakone National Park, Yamano Beauty College, Yamano College of Aesthetics, Tokyo Disney and the International Beauty Forum.
The girls received hands-on training from skilled instructors at the Yamano Beauty College as well as the Yamano College of Aesthetics.
While visiting the Yamano College of Aesthetics, the students and chaperones got to experience a day in the life of Japanese Culture by receiving an ultimate makeover that included hair and makeup along with being clothed in beautifully designed, 12 layered Kimonos.
During their tour throughout Tokyo, Federico Students got the opportunity to meet students from other schools as well as meet students from different countries. During their trip they also visited two Pivot Point Academies in Tokyo.
For more Images of the ladies exploring Tokyo, Japan please visit our Instagram page: @FedericoBeautyInstitute
HASHTAGS: #studyabroad #beautiesabroad
Congrats to our Esthetician graduates. It has been a pleasure having you ladies around campus. We really hope to see you all soon!
Our students were recently invited by producers to be the hair and makeup team for America’s Next Best Bartender, a reality show. Harvey Lowry, creator of Face Off, is the mastermind behind this reality show centered around a challenge style competition to crown America’s Next Best Bartender.
Students spent two full days with the cast and crew, October 19-20, 2013. They will also be on hand for the red carpet finale event on November 2, 2013.
“It was really great to be on-set with our students. It is important to learn how to work quickly and efficiently and finish multiple clients at one time.”- Carrie MacDonald, Federico Educator
Students stayed during the entire shooting schedule to handle re-touches for the contestants hair and makeup.
Each student will be listed in the credits of the on-air show. Being able to gain a professional television credit while in school is an incredible opportunity.
What did the contestants have to say?
“Thank you ladies for doing an awesome job on my hair and makeup for the new hit reality TV show next best bartender! You did an amazing job and it was awesome getting to work with you. I love you because you made me feel so comfortable for the first time having someone else do my hair and makeup! Best of luck to you all! “ -Your next best bartender Rocky Citi!
Wow!!!!! How amazing your team is!!!! You ladies are so wonderful and did such a great job. You made us all look so great and truthfully were all so beautiful as well. You brought the level of professionalism to the table. Keep doing an amazing job and I know who to go to when I new hair and make up. Not to speak for the whole cast if next best bartender but we loved you ladies!!!! —Donovan Mcneely
Stay tuned for details regarding the on-air dates to watch our student’s work on the big screen!
You were invited to a last minute Halloween party or perhaps just looking for something creative and affordable this year…let us help!
1. We started our model off with loose curls to help create our textured and whimsical updo.
2. Secure the hair in a high ponytail at the top of the head. We wanted an exaggerated bun so we added this hair form. You could also use a rolled (new) tube sock, hence the term “sock bun”.
3. Taking small sections, we create texture by “teasing” the hair with just our fingers.
4. Finishing the look by loosely securing our model’s hair around the form.
Finally, using bobby pins to create a base …
We attached a foam board bow.
We asked our model to apply her normal daytime makeup. Afterwards we added a bold blush to the apples of her cheeks and applied a punchy pink lip just to the center of her mouth. To add a dramatic flair to her eyes, a white liner was used on her bottom lash water line in addition to artificial lashes.
We wanted something sturdy so we grabbed a reinforced foam poster board from Michael’s Craft Store for $1.99. (20 x 30 x 3/16 in) Our awesome bookstore manager, Sativa, used her artistic abilities to draw a dress on the board with a black permanent marker and then we cut the image out with an Xacto knife.
Looking for more creative costumes on the cheap? Tune into Good Day Sacramento on Monday, October 21, 2013 during the 7 & 8 o’clock hours. We will be creating looks suitable for any budget!
We pulled our favorite #FedericoLife Instagram posts from the week to see what is going on in the world of Federico.
A group of 9 very lucky students left for Tokyo, Japan this Wednesday. After an incredibly long International flight, they hit the ground running!
Kelsie R. shared her view from the glass floor at the top of the Tokyo Tower.
Krystal K. shared her zombie creations from Corbett’s House of Horror where our students provide all the hair and makeup for the cast.
Hannah B. had so much fun helping with hair and makeup she joined the Corbett’s cast and joined in on the scary good time!
Ms. Carrie and her texture class take a little #selfie break between State Board drills.
Marissa B. spent her Monday morning taking an #AdvancedEducation webinar from the ASCP regarding extractions. Talk about living the #EsthiLife!
The #barbers are officially taking appointments and the barber shop has been hopping!
Just another Manic Monday…. Or rather Mannequin.
The PK Junkies helped create looks for our Beauty Boutique displays.
Our evening estheticians love each other so much they hang out in and out of school! #FriendsForLife
Follow #FedericoLife on Instagram to keep up on all the action at Federico!
We sat down with Ms. Trish, lead cosmetology educator, this week to talk about her inspiration for becoming an educator ad how it has enriched her life.
How long have you been in the industry and what inspired you to become an educator?
I have been in the industry for 18 years. I actually didn’t plan on becoming an educator, I was given a scholarship to take the Instructor’s Course. Then as I began to work with students I loved the connection it created teaching someone a craft. I watched the creativity start to flow along with the excitement about what they were learning and accomplishing. I was hooked!
The most memorable moment in your career..
I once had this student in one of my classes who seemed to really be struggling. I wasn’t sure if she was really even focused on her education. When she graduated she came to me to explain what had been going on in her life and her struggles, and said she had almost quit a couple of times. She said the encouragement and extra help I gave her was what she needed to push through. Things I was doing were making this huge impact on her life. It made me realize how much we effect people and decisions they make in their lives.
Why do you think the professional beauty industry is the most amazing place to work?
I feel privileged to be in this industry, it allows you the opportunity to make people feel amazing and look beautiful! We are able to express our creativity and ever changing trends which keeps things fresh and exciting!