The Black Secret Beauty School held its fifth graduation in Accra on Saturday, with a call on graduands to uphold their professional ethics for the benefit of society.
The Director of the school, Mrs. Dorothy Daniels, who made the call, also advised the graduands to take their career serious and utilise the skills learnt to achieve success.
Pursuing a career in makeup artistry, she said, was a laudable choice because it has become a lucrative venture.
In addition, the increasing number of graduates from cosmetology schools, was helping to address the unemployment rate among the youth.
The secretary to the Board of Berlin Investment Group to which the Black Secret Beauty School belongs, Mr Edward Sam Crabbe, also entreated the graduands to be hardworking and good ambassadors of the school.
“Apply what you have been taught here so you can be good ambassadors of this institution and remember never to put money first in your profession but the interest of your costumers,” he advised.
Among the 41 students who enrolled in the six weeks course, 39graduated with certificates in diploma and two with advanced diploma.
By Selorm Helen Wohoyie