Launched in 2009, the Beautiful Tomorrows programme commemorated the centenary of L'Oreal, which began with a hair-dyeing product. Therefore hairdressers were the first group the French company worked with, enabling them to make a living.The 2013 programme is a collaboration between L'Oreal Thailand and the Ministry of Education's Office of Vocational Education Commission, with the L'Oreal Foundation granting 40 scholarships to underprivileged people aged 15 to 35 years old.
The six-month hairdressing training course will take place at the Siphraya Polytechnic College from November, and students will receive a diploma upon graduation. Beautiful Tomorrows 2013 is open for applications until Aug 30.
A former Beautiful Tomorrows student at work styling hair.