SeaSoul Cosmeceuticals, the company specialising in manufacture and distribution of skincare products has launched its first make-up academy, the ‘SeaSoul Make-Up Academy by Manisha Chopra’ in Gurgaon, amidst great anticipation. The launch was held on September 8, 2016 and Manisha Chopra, Co-founder of SeaSoul Cosmeceuticals hosted the event. The inaugural function was followed by a make-up demonstration, a live session on 10 quick looks ideal for social and corporate settings, along with a presentation on the outline of the professional make-up courses on offer. There was also a photoshoot of the invitees with their new make-up looks.
SeaSoul’s make-up academy will cover a three-week basic make-up course, an advanced hair and make-up course for six weeks and will also conduct a two-day personal grooming class. All those who are interested in making a career in the fast-scaling beauty & make-up space in India or just want to learn the art of looking great can enroll for the classes conducted by talented make-up experts.
Speaking on the launch in Gurgaon, Manisha Chopra, Co-founder, SeaSoul Cosmeceuticals said, “We are thrilled to launch our first make-up academy in Gurgaon. Today, thanks to global exposure and social media, Indian consumers are well aware of international beauty and make-up trends and seek the same with great enthusiasm. Through our academy, we aim to equip a large number of experts who can cater to the preferences of the discerning Indian customer base and also up the ante for the industry at large.”
SeaSoul Cosmeceuticals is well-known for its wide range of 100 per cent natural spa products as well as its skin care range with 20 products for different types of facials and other specialised skin care treatments. In keeping with its core USP of offering 100 per cent natural products, SeaSoul Cosmeceuticals has catered to the wellness and beauty conscious patrons of the country. The launch of the make-up academy has further bolstered its stance of offering only the best and most effective solutions for the beauty needs of hundreds of Indians.