With a theme of ‘beautiful and healthy’, the first ever ‘beautys and wellness’-style design course will launch next week.
The inaugural design course for the Beauty and Well-being Curriculum will explore the latest trends in beauty and wellness including nail art, nail curling, nail-artistry and cosmetic care.
The course is expected to take place at the University of Adelaide’s Design School next year.
The course will offer students the opportunity to: ‘re-imagine the idea of a beauty and wellbeing curriculum in which the design of beauty and the wellness are aligned’.
‘The beauty and well-being curriculum is not only about how to create beautiful and healthy designs for our skin and nails, but also about how we design and make beautiful, healthy design and products for our bodies and minds.’
The design and creation of beauty is about thinking about beauty in a different way and creating beauty and caring for our beauty and body that is healthy,’ Ms O’Connor said.
Nail art: The design course focuses on nail art from an expert’s perspective.
Photo: Getty Images Nails: The course will explore nail art.
Photo/Instagram: Paul Rovere Nailed art: Nails will be showcased in a salon environment and will be part of the curriculum.
Photo via Instagram.
‘The beauty industry is a global and very important industry and I’m really excited to see how this class can be a part of that,’ she said.
‘It’s really a big leap forward for the profession.’
Nail painting is a popular art form in our country and it is a great way to engage people with our beautiful skin and our beautiful nails.’
Students will learn about the history of nail art and what it means to be a master nail artist.
In the past, students have had to design and build their own nail art for classes to go ahead, Ms O ‘Connor said, adding: ‘The design course is about getting a wider audience to come along and learn from this master nail-artist.’
Nanotechnology: The theme of nanotechnology, where materials are used to create more powerful, more flexible and more efficient versions of things, will be explored.
“The first nanotechnology course will be about nanotechnology in its various forms,” Ms O said.
“It’s about how nanotechnology can help us to better understand and control the functions of our bodies.
I’ve always been interested in nanotechnology because it’s a really important topic in terms of how we live our lives.’
I’m also really excited about the fact that there’s an interest from the industry to bring this into the classroom, because I know how important it is for students to learn about it.’
Nail curling: The first course to tackle nail curler, which involves using a curling iron to shape the nail into a shape.
Photo courtesy of Curling Iron Company.
Nail-sculpting: The next course to introduce students to the techniques of nail-scaping, which uses the use of wax and nails to create intricate designs on nails.
This will include tutorials on creating nail art with different materials and tools, how to apply wax to nail art to create a more natural looking shape and how to achieve a smooth, smooth finish on the nails.
Nailsmithing: Students will learn how to shape nails into shapes, including a nail-painting technique where students sculpt nails into various shapes.
Students can learn how paint can be used to enhance nails and create natural, healthy designs.
Carpentry: The second course to examine the importance of woodworking in creating functional products.
Photo courtesy of Home Furnishings, Furniture, and Tools.
Nailing: The third course will delve into the topic of nail design.
The design class will include a workshop on the topic.
‘It’s a great opportunity to have the design class at the forefront of the education system to bring students into the design industry,’ Ms E O said of the course.
Facilities: The new design course has been designed and designed by the University’s Faculty of Design.
Professor O’ Connor said: “It was great to work with a university like the University to design a curriculum around this subject.
It’s great to have these designers come in from the outside and be able to really engage with the students and learn a little bit about the industry.”‘
A great way for students who are interested in design and nail arts to get into the industry’ The University of Melbourne has been working with the Department of Design, the Centre for Visual Studies and the Department for Humanities and Social Sciences to design the course and deliver it to students.
Ms O said the Department has been incredibly supportive.
She said: ‘I think the Faculty