Cosmetology scholarship recipients are ‘desperately’ seeking help

Cosmetologist and fashion designer Shani Haidari was recently awarded a £15,000 scholarship from the British Cosmetological Association.

She said she had been working for the organisation for a number of years.

“It’s a really good cause,” she said.

They have a great history. “

The BCA have a lot of wonderful members.

“For me, it’s a way to say thank you to the BCA and the people that are involved in it.” “

Ms Haidaris’ brother, who is also a cosmetologist, has been an awardee since 2015. “

For me, it’s a way to say thank you to the BCA and the people that are involved in it.”

Ms Haidaris’ brother, who is also a cosmetologist, has been an awardee since 2015.

“That’s the only way to keep yourself motivated.” “

You have to keep working hard and do what you love, whether it’s making clothes or going out in public,” she added.

“That’s the only way to keep yourself motivated.”

BAC president Andrew Fitch said it was “a huge honour” for the family.

“This is really a wonderful opportunity for Shani to get involved with the Bac, which is such a fantastic organisation and so supportive,” he said.

A spokeswoman for the Association said: “We know Shani will continue to work with us to build a world-class organisation.”