Throughout its 26-year history, Servilles Academy has trained hundreds of hairdressers, barbers and makeup artists – many of whom have gone on to work in some incredible establishments, some travelling the world with their skills and some setting up their own businesses.
So, why choose to study at Servilles Academy and why are their students passionate the industry? Read it for yourself…
“Servilles is the quintessential institute for hairdressing and my time there, really helped me grow as a person. It sparked my passion for hair and really showed what that passion can do for me now as a barber. It was a perfect steppingstone into the business and hosted tremendously friendly staff.
Now I am actually in the industry I feel like Servilles Academy was supremely beneficial to my development giving me the tools to prove myself as a barber in a way I don’t believe I would have achieved as quickly without.” Hakota ‘Hux’ Walker, Barber Skills graduate.
“I get to work in an established salon and enhance my skills. Being a hairdresser allows you to have a great, flexible lifestyle and I get to meet new people every day.”
Too Saribut, Emerging Stylist graduate. Too is currently working at Servilles Newmarket and has already featured in numerous publications.
“Because the environment is so nice, you like learning new things, you like the feedback and all the people and the tutors… I think I’ve developed so much. Especially in blow-drying and all the things I never thought I’d be good at.”
“People think it’s kind of just doing basic hair in a salon, but you can branch out and do different things. You can do fashion shows, photoshoots – all of those things we do in the academy. There’s lots of paths you can take within the industry.”
Ashleigh Pearce and Leané van Maarleveld, Salon Support students.
“Servilles Academy offers a lot of options for the students. They are known internationally, and they’re a very well-developed academy throughout New Zealand and Australia. What they offer to students was really really good in terms of what I could learn as a makeup artist and what I can take out into the industry.”
Tylah Grannis, Makeup & Skincare graduate. Now studying Makeup Artistry (Level 4).
Enrolling now for 26th November and 2020. Call 0800 SERVILLES or head to servillesacademy.com to find out more.