By Now you’ve probably heard of the Beauty School, the school that teaches the fundamentals of beauty in China.
The school has been around for a long time, dating back to the late 19th century, but was mostly forgotten until recently.
When the Beauty Schools’ founder, the famed Qing Dynasty doctor, Zhang Fei, started a new school in 1879, the idea of teaching beauty in the West seemed ridiculous.
But in the late 1990s, the Beauty schools started to receive national attention.
“There were so many women coming to the school from all over the world, and they were just so beautiful,” says Emily, a former Beauty School student who now teaches beauty and wellness.
The Beauty Schools was founded by a group of Chinese women in the 1890s, who started to send women to the Beauty school in order to learn Chinese and learn Chinese culture.
In the early 20th century the Beauty Society began to expand and became more international, including offering women a better chance of getting into medical school.
Today, Beauty Schools are still open in China, with more than 400 students from more than a dozen countries.
Emily says her Beauty School experience is a “terrible disappointment,” because of the way she has been treated.
She was once invited to join the Beauty society, but the women refused to let her join.
After the incident, Emily says she tried to join again.
I went back, and I was told that if I did that, I would be disqualified from entering the Beauty societies and I would have to go back to China and get my doctorate, which would take years.
So, I went back and I tried again, and that’s when I found out that my Beauty School application would not be accepted.
It’s really, really sad because I have this incredible passion to learn and I’m so excited to be able to help other girls achieve their dreams.
This is the first in a two-part series that will look at the history and culture of Beauty Schools in China and what women at the school say is the real reason why they have existed for so long.