What does it take to live a good life?
The short answer is: Korean skincare courses.
Let’s read the long answer now.
A lot of us daydream about meaningful work that will give us a sense of satisfaction at job and leave you with plenty of time to spare with our loved ones. We would all like to help other people, make this world a more beautiful place, and earn a decent income along the way. But the complexities of turning that dream into reality scare us and make our foreheads sweaty. It shouldn’t.
Did you notice a new trend taking Asia by storm?
Hallyu, or the Korean Wave, is going strong in Japan, China, Singapore, and other ASEAN countries. Not only are people turning into Korean movies, TV programs, and celebrities fans, they are literally spending billions a year on Korean make-up.
In 2015, South Korea overtook the US and Japan to become the largest exporter of cosmetics to China, second only to France. Korean fashion brands—Amore Pacific, Etude House, and Innisfree—have a huge presence in Singapore and the demand for Korean fashion products is increasing. The only thing holding K-Beauty from going viral is the lack of specialists trained in Korean semi-permanent makeup techniques.
Despite the abundance of professional beauticians in Singapore, the country just doesn’t have enough certified people trained by South Korean makeup specialists. That opens up an opportunity for you if you are interested in transforming people for the good.
The Ouni Academy runs certified Korean skincare courses in Singapore where students can learn from South Korean experts and graduate to excel in their independent beautician’s business.
The courses are short—the longest lasting a week—but the rewards are high. You will be helping women stay pretty and earning a stable income along the way.