The “Beauty for a Better Life” academy in Barr Elias was launched Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of Kayany Foundation)
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Barr Elias welcomes 'Beauty for a Better Life'Twenty Lebanese and Syrian girls and young women will begin their training as haircare professionals Wednesday as part of an education program for the underprivileged in Lebanon. The students will be training at the second "Beauty for a Better Life" academy set up in Barr Elias in Zahle as part of a program run by the L'Oreal and Kayany Foundations. The Kayany Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing free education and support services to Syrian refugee children in Lebanon, was founded in 2013 by Nora Joumblatt, in response to the need for education among Syrian children. The L'Oreal Foundation has established the "Beauty for a Better Life" in over 30 countries and 69 beauty academies worldwide for the underprivileged.
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