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Answered on 06 Jun Beauty and Style/Hair Styling

I need to learn everything about Beauty and hair styling, cuts, colouring. If beauty and hair both combined... read more

I need to learn everything about Beauty and  hair styling, cuts, colouring. If beauty and hair both combined academy is there that would be best for me in and around L B nagar or Sagar Road, Hyderabad 

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Strands Academy Chandigarh

Dear Rama, We have Academies in Delhi, Chandigarh and Raipur. If you are comfortable, you can join any of the location. Good luck !!
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Asked on 29 May Beauty and Style/Mehendi

JEE Mains/Advanced Hindustan University Entrance Test (HITSEE) IISAT Admission Test (IIST, Thiruvananthapuram) SLIET... read more
  • JEE Mains/Advanced
  • Hindustan University Entrance Test (HITSEE)
  • IISAT Admission Test (IIST, Thiruvananthapuram)
  • SLIET Entrance Test (SET)
  • SRM Engineering Entrance Examination (SRM EEE) Admissions
  • The Indian Institute of Aeronautics (IIA) Entrance Exam
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Answered on 05 Jun Beauty and Style/Hair Styling

I need a hairstyling school where I can learn everything about haircuts, hairstyles, hair colouring and... read more
I need a hairstyling school where I can learn everything about haircuts, hairstyles, hair colouring and everything related to hair. read less

Bodycraft Academy

Join Bodycraft Academy to learn Vidal Sassoon Techniques
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Lesson Posted on 24 Apr Beauty and Style/Makeup

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Lesson Posted on 28 Mar Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming

Quick tips for New Models for Posing for a photo shoot

Maneesh

If you are a budding model and going for a photo shoot, keep these things in mind: Don’t take too much stress about your performance; this stress can mess up your face expression completely Try to be as relaxed as you can. Play with yourself, while the photo shoots. Think of moments that... read more

If you are a budding model and going for a photo shoot, keep these things in mind:

  • Don’t take too much stress about your performance; this stress can mess up your face expression completely
  • Try to be as relaxed as you can.
  • Play with yourself, while the photo shoots.
  • Think of moments that made you smile, flirt with yourself.
  • Before going for a shooting pose in front of a mirror to out your best spots and expressions.
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Lesson Posted on 19 Feb Language/Spoken English IELTS General Test Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming

How To Speak English Well?

Dinesh Nagpal

I am an experienced, qualified COACH with over 15 years of experience in Training & HR with top 5 star...

Do you want to learn how to speak English well? Are you also looking for a shortcut to English fluency? We don’t have tricks that will give you perfect English in five minutes a day. But we do have solid tips that will help you learn how to speak English more fluently, in less time. Here are... read more

Do you want to learn how to speak English well?

Are you also looking for a shortcut to English fluency?

We don’t have tricks that will give you perfect English in five minutes a day.

But we do have solid tips that will help you learn how to speak English more fluently, in less time.

Here are some tips that will help you speak English better than ever.

1. Accept that English is a weird language:

Sometimes you can find patterns in English grammar, but other times English doesn’t make sense at all. For example, why are “read” (reed) and “read” (red) the same word, but pronounced differently depending on whether you’re speaking in the past or present tense? Or why is “mice” the plural of “mouse”, but “houses” is the plural of “house”?

Unfortunately, there are just as many exceptions as there are rules in English. It’s easy to get stuck on learning how to speak English properly, if you try to find a reason for everything.  Sometimes English is weird and unexplainable, so instead the best thing to do is just memorize the strange exceptions and move on.

2. Dive into the deep end:

Studying English for an hour once a week isn’t usually enough to make any real progress. The best way to quickly improve your English is to spend at least a few minutes practicing every day. Immerse yourself as much as possible every time you study, and challenge yourself to listen to, read, and even say things in English that you think might be too difficult for you. If you want to speak English fluently, you need to make it an essential part of your everyday life.

3. Stop being a student:

The right attitude can make the difference between failure and success. Stop thinking of yourself as someone who is learning English, and start thinking of yourself as someone who speaks English. It’s a small change, but it will make you feel more confident and help you to use the English you already know more effectively.

This also means you need to start thinking in English. If you want to say the word “apple” in English, for example, right now you probably think of the word in your native language first, and then try to think of the correct word in English. Instead, try imagining a picture of an apple, and then just think the English word “apple”. Real fluency happens when you stop mentally translating conversations.

4. Remember the answer is in the question:

Listen carefully when someone asks you a question in English and you’ll answer perfectly every time. English questions are like mirrors:

1. Does he…..?          Yes, he does.

2. Can she….?           Yes, she can.

3. Is it….?                   Yes, it is.

If someone asks you a question and you’re not sure how to answer, start by thinking about the words used in the question.  The person has already said most of the words you need to make your answer. Instead of just memorizing English grammar, start to look for patterns like this one. There are a lot of simple ways to “cheat” and make it easier to remember the right words.

5. Get more out of listening:

When most students listen to a native English-speaker, they focus on understanding what all the words mean. This is definitely important, but there is a lot more you can learn from listening. Try listening not just to what the words mean, but to how the person says them. Notice which words the person links together in a sentence, or when they say “ya” instead of “you.” Try to remember these details the next time you speak and your English will begin to sound more natural.

Easier said than done, right? When you listen to native English speakers, it can be hard to understand every single word that is spoken. They might use many words you don’t know, talk too fast or have a strong accent.

Once you’re there, how you learn is entirely up to you. While browsing our hundreds of awesome videos, you’ll have the freedom to choose which ones are most relevant to your personal learning experience.

6. Use it or lose it:

There’s an expression in English: “Use it or lose it,” which basically means if you don’t practice an ability, you might forget it. This idea can be used to help you remember new English vocabulary. The best way to remember a new word is to use it right away so it will stay in your memory.  When you learn a new word, try to say it in sentences a few times over the next week and you’ll never forget it.

7. Learn and study phrases:

Speaking English fluently means being able to express your thoughts, feelings and ideas. Your goal is to speak English in full sentences, so why not learn it in full sentences? You’ll find that English is more useful in your everyday life if you study whole phrases, rather than just vocabulary and verbs. Start by thinking about phrases that you use frequently in your native language, and then learn how to say them in English.

8. Don’t study grammar too much:

The key to learning a language is finding a balance between studying and practicing. Speaking English fluently isn’t the same as knowing perfect English grammar even native English-speakers make grammar mistakes! Fluency is about being able to communicate. That’s why sometimes it’s important to put the grammar textbook away, so you can go out and practice those writing, reading, listening and speaking skills in the real world.

9. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes:

Sometimes it can be difficult to put all those rules and words together into a simple sentence. Don’t let the fear of saying something wrong stop you from speaking at all. Even if you think you’re making a mistake, keep speaking anyway. Most of the time, people will understand what you’re trying to say, even if you make a mistake. Plus, the more you speak, the easier it gets, and the more quickly the right words will come to mind.

10. Learn from everyone:

You don’t have to only learn English from textbooks and teachers, anyone who speaks English can help you practice. Imagine how you would feel if someone asked you, in your native language, how to pronounce something? Would you be angry? No! You’d probably be happy to help, just like most English-speakers are happy to help you. If you know any English-speakers, whether it’s a friend or co-worker, take advantage of the opportunity to practice and learn from them.

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Lesson Posted on 19/12/2017 Exam Coaching/MBA Entrance Coaching Tuition/MBA Tuition Training for professionals/Fashion Designing +1 Beauty and Style/Fashion less

Career In Merchandising

FDDI

Footwear Design & Development Institute was established in 1986, under the aegis of Ministry of Commerce...

Career in Merchandising: “The decisions that a merchandiser makes are crucial to the success of the business.” What is merchandising? A merchandiser decides which stock to allocate to which stores and in what quantity. For example, a large store based in Delhi may sell more dresses than... read more

Career in Merchandising: “The decisions that a merchandiser makes are crucial to the success of the business.”

What is merchandising?

A merchandiser decides which stock to allocate to which stores and in what quantity. For example, a large store based in Delhi may sell more dresses than a smaller store based in Lucknow. As such, the merchandiser responsible for dresses (or perhaps for clothing in a supermarket) has to decide how many dresses or how many different lines of dresses each store needs. If the merchandiser were to give the smaller store the same amount of stock as the larger store then they may run the risk of not being able to sell it all. This could mean having to pay for the stock to be stored in warehouses. Or it could mean having to sell off the stock at a reduced price in order to get rid of it. Alternatively, if the merchandiser underestimated the amount of stock the larger store would get through it could cause a demand problem.

Customers might not be able to get the product they want and so may turn to a different retailer. The decisions that a merchandiser makes are therefore crucial to the success of the business; if they get it wrong, there could be considerable financial implications.

Merchandisers work closely with buyers to identify any upcoming trends that they need to satisfy. Buyers choose which products the retailer should sell and the merchandisers decide how much of each product to buy and where the stock should be allocated. In order to make these decisions, merchandisers constantly review sales history and monitor how well different products are performing; this helps them to identify which products need restocking and which ones aren’t selling as well as expected. They need to understand customer trends and consider factors such as how variations in footfall and demographic will affect the type and amount of stock required in different stores. The main priority of a merchandiser is to make sure that the departments or stores for which they are responsible meet their sales targets and ensure a healthy profit margin. If margins are below expectations, they will need to analyse the reasons behind this and alert management to the problem.

Courses for above career:

MBA in Retail & fashion merchandise (2 years)

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Lesson Posted on 19/12/2017 Beauty and Style/Fashion Tuition/BA Tuition/Graphic Designing &Visual Images IT Courses/Visual design +2 Tuition/BA Tuition/Fashion Communication Photographers/Fashion Photographers less

Career In Visual Merchandising

FDDI

Footwear Design & Development Institute was established in 1986, under the aegis of Ministry of Commerce...

Career in visual merchandising / experience design: Visual merchandisers design eye-catching product displays and store layouts to encourage sales. Responsibilities depend on the size of their team and what kind of organization they work for. However, their roles tend... read more

Career in visual merchandising / experience design:

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Visual merchandisers design eye-catching product displays and store layouts to encourage sales. Responsibilities depend on the size of their team and what kind of organization they work for. However, their roles tend to require a mixture of artistic, strategic and practical skills. For instance, they might be conducting research into lifestyle trends and regional habits, producing sketches of shop floor plans and physically dismantling displays in the same week.

Especially at entry level, you might be kept on the move a lot, going between your offices and shop floors, and liaising with buying, merchandising and distribution departments. It can be a really exciting job where you will be actively carrying out the work to set up new displays.

You will need:

i. Creativity and imagination.

ii. Design skills to create product displays.

iii. Technical drawing skills.

iv. IT skills to use computer-aided design (CAD) software.

v. Attention to detail.

Usually work in stores' fashion and homeware departments. Your day-to-day tasks will include:

i. designing product displays and floor plans, or following plans from head office.

ii. drawing designs and plans by hand or computer.

iii. using space and lighting creatively.

iv. sourcing materials like models, props, signs and equipment.

v. arranging displays and dressing dummies.

vi. teaching sales staff how to display goods.

vii. producing brand guidelines so all stores have the same look and fee.

For career you can opt for following courses:

1. B. Bes (Retail & Fashion merchandise) after 10+2.

2. MBA: Retail & Fashion Merchandise after Graduation .

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Answered on 22/11/2017 Beauty and Style/Makeup

G-MaC Academy & Placements

8000 (Dressup,Hair style & Makeup)
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Answered on 06 Jan Beauty and Style/Beauty and Skin care

How to reduce pimples?

Karishma Sood

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By applying garlic on pimple area you can reduce pimples.
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