The New Zealand Association of Registered Beauty Professionals is the membership organisation for the beauty industry in NZ. We are a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting our members, regulating the industry and achieving a highly qualified, and professional workforce.
Our members have industry verified qualifications, are fully insured and follow strict health and hygiene guidelines to safeguard consumers, and the future of the industry.
THE BEAUTY NZ ASSOCIATION AWARDS 2024
Saturday, 24 February 2024
Tote on Ascot, Ellerslie Events Centre, Auckland
What a fantastic night to celebrate our industry. Photos will be in the next issue of our magazine, due out in March. For a full list of winners click on our Awards tab.
Clinic of the Year - DOUBTLESS BEAUTY RETREAT
Therapist of the Year - ARLENA PHILLIPS
Spa of the Year - FACE|BODY & BEAUTY
Student/Apprentice of the Year - ANGEL MARSHALL
Cosmetic Tattooist of the Year - CHERIE AYRTON
Nail Technician of the Year - MELODY HATCH
Contribution to the Association - OONAGH KIRKPATRICK
Contribution to the Industry - FLORENCE BARRETT-HILL
Photographed above are the Executive Committee and Office Manager.
Left to right - Dee Clothier-Office Manager, Emma Fraser-President, Larissa Whitman, Louise Gray - Vice President, Kim Ryan, Cris Amaral, Elysa Sollis
BECOME A MEMBER
Be part of a supportive community that cares about you and the future of the industry!
You are invited to join The New Zealand Association of Registered Beauty Professionals, the membership organisation for the beauty industry in NZ.
As a member, you get recognition as a qualified, registered beauty professional, access to resources, exclusive benefits from partner companies and so much more!
HEALTH, HYGIENE & SAFETY STANDARDS
UPDATED STANDARDS AVAILABLE NOW
The Association strives to continually encourage consistently high professional and ethical standards, thus protecting the public, clients, staff, and the future of our industry.
The Health, Hygiene & Safety Standards are based upon internationally accepted best practice taken from allied and medical fields. As new research and evidence is continually developing together with advances in beauty care, these guidelines will continue to evolve to ensure we remain at the forefront of safe, hygienic practice.
Contributions from qualified beauty professionals are essential to maintain continued relevance of these guidelines to the industry and as such are invited for consideration in future editions. The recommendations for best practice in these guidelines are included to encourage higher standards of hygienic and safe practices. Find out more.
REVIEW OF BEAUTY SERVICES QUALIFICATIONS
We’d like to announce that the review of six beauty services qualifications has now been approved by NZQA. See below for more details.