As the 100 Days of Empire tour continues across Pennsylvania, the Lebanon Empire Beauty School kicked off their celebration at noon and welcomed guests eager for a complimentary beauty service. Localsalons arrived which gave the students the opportunity to mingle and network as they prepare for their careers after they graduate.
The pre-salon students also participated in a free style mannequin competition. The students were allowed to use any tool and product to create unique and clever designs on their mannequins. The students busily put their skills to work and the results were stunning. The winners were selected based on creativity and technique.
The students and staff continued to perform beauty services as other students offered tours of the school to potential students who were interested in learning more about the curriculum and the celebration.
The Lebanon beauty school then presented a check to The Domestic Violence Services of Lebanon County in the amount of $1,153.98. The funds were raised during the school’s National Day of Beauty Event in October. The Lebanon Daily News was present for the check presentation and plans to feature the event and donation.