The CIEH Beauty Conference will provide a technical update on trends that threaten public safety when incorrect tools and techniques are practiced. This popular one-day conference will look at attempts being taken to regulate, enforce and raise public awareness of the practical challenges in the non-surgical industry. Hear a best practice case study on Wolverhampton’s successful sentence of Dr Evil, the extraordinary case that has set precedence for the industry. Be part of an afternoon of practical workshops from industry experts demonstrating the correct procedures that should be practiced.
Caroline Larissey, Quality and Standards Manager, National Hairdressers Federation is responsible for championing the employer voice and ensuring quality, standards and education across the hair, beauty and aesthetics sector. Caroline is also the chair of the Beauty and Advanced Practices Alliance group and a Trustee of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners representing Beauty Therapy Advanced Practices and Aesthetics.
Charlotte Rose, Senior Environmental Health Officer, City of Wolverhampton Council covers commercial safety and holds the lead role for safety in the beauty industry. Charlotte has a vast amount of experience across registered activities including Tattooing, Semi-permanent make up, Cosmetic Piercing, Acupuncture and Electrolysis. Charlotte has actively been working with other Regulatory Bodies for Sterilisation issues and Extreme Body Modification. Charlotte has a keen interest in supporting officers from other authorities and for better regulation.