Seward County Community College/Area Technical School cosmetology student Karina Barrco, right, watches as instructor Sheila Scheib applies Chella makeup an eyebrow products to fellow student Kiesha Sanchez. L&T photos/Robert Pierce
By ROBERT PIERCE
• Leader & Times
Next Thursday, the cosmetology department at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School will introduce the public to some new beauty products.
The department is hosting a free Chella brow makeover, and as part of the event, visitors will also get to see the newest makeup collection from Honeybee Garden Natural.
“We are going to do an event night for this, and we’re going to do a free brow makeover and a free makeup application with the Honey Bee Gardens makeup,” said cosmetology instructor Sheila Scheib.
Scheib said the event is free to the public, and people can also purchase items used in the demonstration.
“Along with the brow bar, they have the mascara,” she said. “There’s a heated eyelash curler and all the different stencils and colors for the eye brows.”
The event is scheduled to take place from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday in the cosmetology department, with appointments being taken from 2 to 4 p.m.
Scheib said one of the primary products cosmetology students will be presenting is the Chella Brow Bar.
“It’s just a new way to make the eye brows go along with different face shape,” she said. “There’s so many different ways to do the eye brows now. There’s stencils with them. Whether you need the arch of the eye brow to be towards the outside, towards the middle, where you need it to go along to make their eyes look bigger. It has different stencils for different shapes.”
Scheib said past cosmetology students from SCCC/ATS are also being invited to Thursday’s event, and students can also purchase products online.
“The school gets 10 percent of whatever they purchase off a past student,” she said. “Any of the past students that want to get in it, they can go through the school and sign up, and it helps the school out too.”
The Chella Brow Bar, Scheib said, is a natural line and is made without chemicals. The line, which also contains skin care products, has been out for about six months now, and SCCC/ATS is one of the few schools in Kansas that now has the product.
“Eric Fisher’s salon in Wichita and the school in Manhattan are the only two other schools in the state of Kansas that use their skin care products,” Scheib said. “There’s nobody else that has the Chella Brow Bar.”