“A day as an Esthie” By Rozalyn Edwards

Hello Delmar followers,
My name is Rozalyn and I am a junior in the Professional Esthetics program at Delmar College. I feel truly honored to be apart of the Delmar blog list.

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Firstly, a bit about myself. I decided to come to Delmar College because I was feeling like I needed a career change. Working in retail and being a certified florist didn’t make me happy anymore. My mom has been a hair stylist for my entire life and told me to get into the beauty industry. I was Being stubborn for many years, But now I finally did it!

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In January our class started off with lots of theory. Vision boards about our goals, science projects about the Anatomy & physiology of the body and more! Finally the fun stuff.

Next, it was waxing and tinting. Which I love! There is something so satisfying to remove hair from the body.  Finding models for this has  been a bit of a struggle. At first, I thought I  only needed new friends (haha)…But no I just needed to get out of my comfort zone,  and branch out to all social media outlets to bring in models. With success I got many people for the upcoming model days.
My first practical exam on waxing made me so nervous but, with an awesome instructor and some confidence I got through it! In February, we started manicures and pedicures. Manicures were fun until someone wants red nail polish!
Thank you Sam for teaching us polish applications from the very first week of class. It truly helped when it came to the practical exam.
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Learning Facials

Pedicures are a bit of a challenge for me. I had to find ways to hold up legs without straining my hand. Good thing every day is an improvement. Time for Facials, facials, facials!
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Rozalyn practicing facials

March has been all about the skin. Learning about different skin types, the Fitzpatrick scale and the disorders & diseases of the skin. I really had no clue there is so much to learn when it comes to our skin. I am having the time of my life at Delmar College meeting and learning beside awesome people!  I now have my practical exam to prepare for here soon, so stay tuned to my monthly blog to hear about how my program is going, and whats going on at the Aesthetics campus!
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-Rozalyn Edwards
No gimmicks just great education.
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Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors

 

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“PUBLISHED” A guest blog by : Elyse Roberge

 

For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a part of the fashion
world. I started modelling at a young age and always had a love for the hair
and makeup involved.

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Model: Elyse

Delmar helped me start out my career as a hair stylist by giving me opportunities to work as a Volunteer stylist on the set of test shoots for Numa Models.

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Elyse behind the scenes at Numa

Through working at Numa and my previous modelling experience I have been able to reach out to contacts and photographers that I’ve known/met and began working alongside them for editorial photo shoots. Recently I had the pleasure of working behind the scenes doing hair for Jian Von Esmane who is an amazing photographer and has been published many, many times and even in Vogue!

 

 

(photo left: Test shot for Numa,  Photo Right: Published Numa model Hair: Elyse Roberge)

 

This shoot had a very serious high fashion vibe to it which was fun for me because I don’t have much of that in my current hair portfolio. The shoot we did ended up getting published in Beautymute Magazine issue 42 in Paris, France!

 

 

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Hair -elyse roberge @elyseroberge_hmua
Makeup- manulita remy @manulitaremyhmua
Clothing stylist -cach cruz @cach.cruz
Photographer – jian Von Esmane @jianvonvoyage
Models- amy kinnon @amy.kinnon and rachel hunter @rachelhunter

It’s an amazing feeling still being in school and already being published as a stylist. In April I will be starting the makeup 101 course at Delmar College Aesthetics and Wellness and I am looking forward to be published in a magazine for makeup as well as hair!

 

 

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-Elyse Roberge

 

 

No gimmicks just great education!

 

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Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors

Diary of a Hair Student #10 by Morgan Calvert

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Hello Everyone,
 To all of you that always kept up with my blogs throughout my Delmar experience – Thank you! This will be my last post as I graduate at the end of march! This month of school is going to be really busy, due to everything finishing up. We had our last potluck and our unlikely inspiration photo shoot project recently and Id like to share some of my work with you.

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Potluck class photo

School has been really fun and I met a lot of great people including the instructors and all the students that I’v met along the way! I hope to keep in touch with a lot of them and I wish them all the best in their hair styling futures!
I hope you’ve enjoyed some of my photos from my most recent work including my last color correction with Delmar College.
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Thank you for reading 🙂
-Morgan

February 2018 at Delmar College: Recap

Tis the month of love and WOW did we ever feel the love this month! Even with all the storms, and drab weather we’ve had some amazing events go on that never cease to amaze. Check out what we got up to this past month…

We have had some amazing sales….

 

we’ve had some busy student workshops…

 

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Delmar College also prides itself on educating students on educating the public and to publicize their success! Here is some of the students who won prizes by just doing that!

 

We’ve posted new Hiring opportunities for a Full-time Barber Instructor and Hair styling Instructor as we grow our team…

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We’ve published some amazing student work this month…

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We’ve shared lots of laughs

 

We’ve posted about new classes accepting students and Promotions…

 

 

Delmar also published our unique course –  ITEC! It’s offered to our 1400 hair styling students…
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We’ve posted a tour of our new campus with Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors as our video Blog…

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Delmar College also traveled to Las Vegas for the AmSpa Medical Spa Show! photo posted was of our vary own Dan Cavanaugh doing an interview for the AmSpa crew!

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Owner Dan Cavanaugh

 

Delmar College loves to keep up with all the new trends and bring them to you our consumer and future students! 

 

We also sweetened the deal with a gift basket draw paired with Chocolate treatments over this season.

 

 

Prizes were won…

 

 

Delmar College also had some JAW-DROPPING sales on electrical items…

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3-in-1 box Deal with an additional 30%off!

 

We’ve had students endorse some of their favorite products…

 

Our Barber students took their exams..
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and our Student Barber Shop FINALLY opened!

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We’ve embraced the “PIMPLE POPPER” video addiction…

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View full video on all our Social Media Outlets

 

Delmar College Posted 2 blogs:
1- Do What You Love by Brittany Connors
2- Diary Of a Hair Student #9 by Morgan Calvert

(click links to check them out)

 

And to finalize the month – Delmar College announced our February Student Ambassador! Keep a look out for her blog shortly!

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If you’re new to Delmar College Social Media you can find us on:
Facebook, Youtube, Twitter: @delmarcollegeAB, Instagram: @Delmar_College , and our Website!

 

Thanks for Joining us on this months recap- we cannot wait to see what March brings!

 

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Brittany Connors
Social Media Coordinator, Instructor

 

 

No gimmicks just great education!

 

 

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Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors

“Do What You Love” guest blog by Brittany Connors

Everyone at some point in their life has asked themselves “what do I do when I grow up”?

Some toddlers tell their parents “I wanna be a firefighter/doctor/vet/teacher”, and Some of  those children have grown to become exactly what they’ve dreamed of since childhood. However, MOSTof us are not always that lucky.

Who of you were those individuals who said to their parents ” I want to be a glitter eater”, or  ” I want to be in the circus” ?  While those careers seem “fun” at the time, as we grow and develop we learn that it may not be the career we want anymore? Our views have changed so to speak!

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Who of you did know what you wanted to do, knew the path you wanted to take? Or, it just never came to be for you? Was it not what you thought it would be? As many expectations come to be.

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For all those individuals who’ve dreamed of being a Stylist/Colourist/Esthetician/Nail Artist/Makeup Artist…Creativity comes easy to you! You see shapes, lines, and design features easily compared to others! With this “job” it can be more than that! Yes– having the “flare” for it definitely makes the venture easier there is no doubt about it. However, it can also be learned, and formed for everyone, and their learning abilities! Whether you want this to be your lifelong career or even something “to do on the side” this career can be for ANYONE! It has so many options and that is why it is a trade that is so prevalent in today’s society.

No matter if you chose this career as a child, or if you chose this career as a second path. This career is just the beginning of many adventures, ups and downs! 

Cosmetology was said to be a career that “NEVER MADE ANY MONEY”. A career that was for those that “didn’t know what they wanted to do”. WHAT A SHAM!

Speaking from experience – Cosmetology is an industry that defies all odds! You can make it whatever you want it to be. This career could make all your dreams come true! Whether your dreams consist of a 6 figure salary, a new house, a new car, to travel the world, to become a business owner, or something more. All you have to do is dream!! Some people are living in such a small world they cannot visualize the amazing opportunities this industry has to offer.

Little history on my family and how I decided this career was for me…….

My mother was told from all her peers these same things! Your “NEVER GOING TO MAKE MONEY” and “YOU WONT MAKE ANYTHING OF YOURSELF”. My mother is living proof, along with others in this industry, that SHOWED THEM OTHERWISE!
(To those that do-way to go!) 

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Brittany and her Mother, Susan Dean in an ABA judging seminar

After teaching for many years my mother was approached by a peer of hers that she was interested in selling her school. My mother thought about it and then decided to venture into the education business in 1994! This took many years of hard work. Which didn’t only mean managing a business and all of the instructing team, it also meant to work extremely long hours, sometimes not seeing her children as much as other moms at the time who stayed home had. It meant cleaning the school, counselling students, running the odds and ends errands, snow removal, sanding, stocking, bookkeeping, plumbing (quick fixes unless professionals are needed), maintenance, etc. When you first start a business its not always lucrative in the beginning and you have to wear all the “HATS”. Through all her sacrifices she now owns and operates the largest cosmetology school in the East Coast called Majestany Institute. My mother like many in this industry worked hard through the good, the bad, the ups, the downs and because of it her business continues to be a thriving success!

(Brittany over the years from student, competitor, Master Judge for the ABA, and now Instructor for Delmar College)

I hope that hearing my mothers story and even when we may be told it isn’t much, make Hairstyling, Esthetics, Nails, Makeup, Eyelash extensions your OWN! Don’t let Those small-minded individuals steer you away from a great career. A career that doesn’t get affected by the market. A trade that is versatile in specialties like Color, Cutting, Extensions etc. Versatile in division’s like Magazines, Photography, Education, TV, Sales/Retail, Management, and even becoming an Entrepreneur. The opportunities are endless!

In my case, my dream was NOT to enter into the same industry as my mother. When I was a kid I dreamed of becoming a police officer! I followed that dream to university, college, and then realized it wasn’t for me. I had no options, but had responsibilities to stay on top of! I decided to enter into Cosmetology. Not because I had the talent, not because I knew my entire life that I wanted it to be my career, but because I needed it at the time! Now, after entering into hairstyling. I’ve become more than I had ever imagined.

I started my journey in education 4 years ago! Although I had started my journey at Majestany since what seemed like birth, my first full time educating position was when I began working for Delmar College back in 2015. Since I walked into this career I have had moments where you look at yourself and say wow – I love what I do! Others – you wonder if you’re getting through to anyone? Education is not for the weak! I’ve learned through guidance that there are many different learning styles, methods, and ways to deliver information to different individuals. I’ve learned that not every rule needs to be met with the largest punishment (I’m a little strict). I’ve learned how to adapt learning material to be better understood by everyone and to have fun doing it. I love sharing all the education that I’ve received from my many classes I continue to take and find that my students get a diverse background in all things “old” and “new” because of it!  In my opinion teaching is one of the hardest yet rewarding careers and I wouldn’t change a thing!

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(Some amazing memories of my Delmar College Family)

I was very fortunate to find an institution like Delmar College to believe in me and to help me take the next step from a hairstylist, to educator, and now to Delmar College’s Social Media Coordinator. I couldn’t be more humbled!
Delmar College has been at the forefront of this industry in Calgary for over 60years! What a place to get my start! I cannot thank the Owners, Dan and Carla Cavanagh, all the Management: Tara Byrne, Shauna Defreitas, Lauren Scavarelli, and Audrey Eastham , All the teaching staff:  Andrew, Maricel, Jenessa, Tina, Erin, Crystal, Alison, Nilo, Lana, and our amazing receptionist Jeannie enough for the support they’ve shown by welcoming me into the “Family“. That is what we are here at Delmar, a family!

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Andrew and Brittany representing the Delmar Swag

I’ve now shared with you my history with a story on my mother, Susan Dean and her success. I’ve shared how I became to be an educator and my path to success with Delmar College.  Now what is your success story?

Whether this is your first kick at the can for a new journey in education, or if it is your second, third, even fourth – That’s okay! We here at Delmar College have seen it all. We’ve had some students who just wanted something different. We have had students who wanted to change their life for the better by having a career that had a flexible schedule to be with their family when they needed it to be. Some who were in their 50’s and were just not ready to stop working so decided to try something new. It doesn’t matter what the “push” may be. Come visit Delmar College and see if we can help you like they’ve helped me enjoy the “next step” in your life by starting it off on the right foot!

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucius

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– Brittany Connors
Social Media Coordinator
& Hair Instructor

No gimmicks just great education

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Diary Of A Hair Student by : Morgan Calvert

 

 

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-Morgan Calvert

 

Hello everyone,

The month of January has been very busy and kind of stressful.
My class started off the month with an exciting taper workshop where we broke the record and did a total of 66 men’s cuts! The instructors were impressed with us and when we came in the next morning they gave us all coffee and donuts and a congratulated us on all the good work 🙂

 

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After that fun wore off we had to start getting serious again because we had or second term mock exam and the second term theory exams coming up. The second term exams are way harder than the first! You really need to study and practice even more than ever to pass them!

 

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Beautiful Color/ Highlight / style done by Morgan

 

I personally did alright on my practical mock but then on the day of our actual exam my alarm didn’t go off, So I was pretty late and unfortunately had to took a zero. This means I will have to work really hard to pass my final in order to graduate!

 

So my advice to anyone joining the program is SET LIKE 500 ALARMS ON EXAM DAYS….okay not actually 500 but set more than one so you don’t get wrecked like me!

 

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Other than that its just been a lot of salon days and doing lots of hair! I love being on the salon floor and getting experience, unfortunately I suck at remembering to take pictures of my work! I only have a couple pictures of things I’ve done this month but I hope you enjoy the small amount I do have!

Thanks for reading 🙂

 

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-Morgan Calvert
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Instagram_Logo@moonscarmaekup

 

 

 

No gimmicks just great education!

 

 

 

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Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors

January 2018 at Delmar: A Recap

With a New Year – Comes new possibilities! Ever thought to yourself  “I wonder?” Well now you don’t have to second guess your career. Now with Delmar College you can work AND go to school with our many 3-day course options. Create more opportunities with your life, bring in more income to your household, and finally LOVE what you do! 

Want to see what it is like to become part of Delmar College’s family? Check out what we got up to last month and see for yourself! 

 

This month we welcomed many new classes! Join us by saying once again – WELCOME TO THE FAMILY!

 

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JANUARY NAIL TECHNICIAN CLASS

 

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JANUARY CLINICAL ESTHETICS CLASS

 

 

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JANUARY PROFESSIONAL ESTHETICS CLASS

 

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JANUARY 2ND PERIOD APPRENTICESHIP CLASS

 

…Delmar College shared their instructing floor with Nick from Marda Loop Barber shop

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– We are so pleased to have Nick (Delmar Graduate) come in to our school and share his success stories, and show some of his amazing tricks of the trade with our students!

 

…We’ve shared many upcoming Promotions, Sales and Online Contests…

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…We’ve had a Successful Taper Workshop with 60+ clients…

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– We here at Delmar are constantly having Taper Workshops for our senior students. If you are interested in being a volunteer for our students – keep an eye out on all our Social Media Outlets for upcoming workshops! 

 

…We’ve shared some of our Students at work. If you would like to see more – Visit our website.

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Delmar College announced more appointment availability

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…and we’ve shared many student awards & prizes.

 

 

Did you happen to catch all the Blogs we have posted? If not click the link below to check these amazing stories out.
Diary of a Hair Student by Morgan 
– What it’s like to be a student bu Autumn
Student Ambassador for December by Moe 
Path to Red Seal by Morgan 

 

We have also published another “Delmar Morning Chatter” with Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors. In this Months Vlog Brittany did a Clinical Esthetics Service overview! If you have ever wondered what we offer – check out this video by clicking the link!

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Now the best for last…

Our Announcement of our Student Barber Shop Opening & Prices

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Keep a close eye on our social media to see any surprise offers we may be having for the 24th! YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS OUT! 

 

Coming up…
* New promotions
* New monthly specials
* New enrollment
* Delmar Morning Chatter #4
* Delmar College guest speakers
* Partnerships
* Contest winners
* Student awards

 

Are you interested in becoming part of this amazing family ?
Contact Shaunad@delmarcollege.com to enroll today and better your future through education! 

 

 

 

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– Brittany Connors
Social Media Coordinator, Instructor
Delmar College

 

 

No gimmicks Just great education!

 

 

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“What it’s like to be a student” A Guest blog by Autumn Cameron

Welcome to my very first blog EVER and thank you for taking the time to read it. When my instructor told me I was chosen to write a blog I am not going to lie, I was panicked a bit. I have never had to write one and therefore have no idea where to even begin. Talking about myself and my experience as a student so far seems like a good start so here I go!

I never imagined myself being where I am in life today. There’s always this pressure when going to school growing up that you had to go to University and have a life plan in order to succeed. In that aspect, I did alright. I knew what I wanted to do (I couldn’t say the same for most people I knew), I was working toward that plan, and things seemed to be going the way they should be. I was so passionate about the career I had chosen that I couldn’t even see myself doing anything else. Well we all know that life doesn’t always work out as planned.

Fast forward to 2014. I managed to get my foot in the door with the industry I have always imagined I would be in but getting to the career I wanted? Seemed so far out of reach…and now what? Three years passed and the planner in me started to have anxieties and panic attacks about what lies ahead for me in the veterinary industry. I didn’t want to struggle and not have a career in something I felt passionate about so I did some soul searching and realized that nails and everything about them was something that always fascinated me.

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Autumn learning 3D design

 

I had been getting my nails done for a year before my nail tech moved away and it made me so very sad as I wouldn’t be getting these beautiful creations on my nails to show off to my friends. As we all know, it’s tough losing your nail tech, hair stylist etc and even more difficult finding one you trust. So I gave it some more thought and concluded that I thoroughly enjoyed everything about nails; the art, for the most part, but also the technique and all things involved in enhancements and making the natural nail healthy and beautiful.

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Autumn learning Sculpted Nail Enhancements

 

Now it is 2018 and I am enrolled and attending Delmar College of Hair and Esthetics. I am so glad I have found something else that I can be so passionate about and being able to share in that passion with my instructor and fellow classmates is so rewarding. The first day of class at the end of September was so scary and now looking back feels like it was years ago! I have made lasting relationships with other students, which I wasn’t even sure if I would like my classmates. This is an industry in which I had no experience in at all! This whole time in class has never felt like work. Between the theory and the practical, it’s like getting to do a hobby or something that makes you happy every day. Don’t get me wrong, there is a lot of hard work involved but when it’s something you are actually interested in then it just seems to come easy. Every day in class we are learning new things and it seems like such a short time to learn everything we need to know (trust me there is more than you think there is!) but every second you put into your happiness is worth it. I have found my niche and am so passionate about learning all things nail and especially nail art, it feels so…calming, I don’t know how else to explain it. It is very rewarding to see your own progress and feel like you are accomplishing something and getting better each day.

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Autumn and her class learning Nail Enhancements

 

I have some advice for those of you who have read through this and made it this far; don’t be scared to start! Don’t worry about the “cookie cutter” life and where society expects you to be at whatever point in life you’re currently in. If you feel passion for something and you’re not happy then make a change, it’s never too late!

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Find that thing that drives you and makes you want to get out of bed in the morning (even if it’s minus freaking cold and your blankets are so inviting…trust me I know the struggles). Delmar has been a wonderful choice for me and I am glad that I did the research and chose this school. Everyone is so supportive and helpful. Success begins with you but it always helps to have a wonderful support system and this school has definitely offered that.

 

Thank you for reading this “little” blurb about me and my experience so far! I hope this inspires some of you to find that drive and gain the confidence to do what brings passion to your life. I am thoroughly enjoying my time in school and can’t wait to see what lies ahead for me =)

 

Also if you feel so inclined, you can follow my progress as a nail technician on
Instagram: @glitz_n_glam26

 

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Autumn Carmen
Nail Technician
Delmar College

 

 

No gimmicks just great education

 


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Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors

Delmar Student Ambassador: Moe Jarrah

 

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1. Why did you choose Delmar college?
It’s actually very straight forward why I chose Delmar. It’s because of friends and family members that got their education through Delmar College and had recommended the school once they knew I wanted to get into the hairstyling industry.

2. What award did you receive/prize? 
I was awarded with an awesome pair of Drew Kalaf shears and a Babyliss Pro blow dryer.
3. What does it mean to you to have been chosen as the school ambassador? 
It honestly meant a lot to me to be chosen as an ambassador. It shows how the school can see your hard work and dedication and appreciate your effort, it just pushes you on giving your best because you know that they are aware of every step taken by any student.
4. Why did you decide to become a barber/hairstylist? 
I’ve always had the passion for becoming a hairstylist, that passion grew by watching my father do what he does best throughout the years. so now here I am getting into the industry to start my own career.
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5. So far what has your experience at Delmar been for you?
After attending Delmar for 7 months now I would say I made the right decision enrolling into the school! I would have to say it has the most professional, caring and down to earth instructors that actually take the time to teach and make sure you’re taught the right way. It’s always an awesome atmosphere inside the college, we’re just one big family that cares about one another – The best way to explain it!
6. What advice would you give someone about Delmar? 
For anyone that is interested in the hairstyling/barbering business, your best choice would be Delmar college. After seeing how much they focus on preparing their students for what they will be examined on, becoming a hairstylist is not easy there is a lot to it and they go into depth with it all!
7. What is your next goal/step going to be? 
My goal is to build my clientele, eventually start my own business.
8. Has this been the right path for you? 
Definitely has been, no regrets what so ever!
9. How did you decide to become a barber/hairstylist?
I believe you should love your job and what you do since we spend most of our time at work. It is absolutely essential for your own personal well being that you feel positively about the career path that you choose, as the saying goes “do what you love and love what you do”.
Lastly I would like to thank my main instructor Jenessa and my cutting instructor Andrew Kalaf ; as well as, everyone that is part of this college for everything they’ve done for us since day 1.
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-Moe Jarrah

No gimmicks just great education

 


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Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors

Diary of a hair student #8 by Morgan Calvert

Hello everyone,

It’s been amazing lately with school and all the opportunities it has opened up for me even before I’ve graduated. I recently started working at Tommy Guns in the downtown core location and love it.

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School is crazy busy right now. We’re doing so many things at once including some final projects and our second term midterms are coming up. I am honestly super nervous about it. I’m also really excited about graduating and being able to work in a barber shop or salon full time.
In the last month I’ve noticed a huge improvement in my hair colouring and hair cutting skills because of all the time we now spend on the floor.


Over the holiday season we had a contest for who could sell the most amount of gift cards under our names. I am happy to share with you that I came in second and also attained top retailer of the month!
I was never one to do well in high school so being able to accomplish so much at something I really love is amazing and empowering.


I hope you enjoy the pictures of my recent hair makeovers on some of the amazing clients I have had the chance to work with at Delmar.

Thank you for reading.

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– Morgan

 

 

No gimmicks just great education

 

 

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Social Media Coordinator Brittany Connors