The Pachacutec Foundation renews and strengthens its hairdressing course under the blended modality

According to the Ministry of Education, 6 out of 10 young people left their university and technical studies due to the severe economic crisis caused by COVID-19. This is mainly due to the lack of employment and the reduction in salaries that prevent payment. of your monthly payments.

Faced with this situation, the Pachacútec Foundation in alliance with L’Oreal and its social responsibility program “Beauty for a future”, present their new hairdressing course under the blended modality aimed at men and women from Metropolitan Lima. This course has a duration of 4 months and with a monthly payment of S / 100.

“Thanks to the participation of private companies, we have been able to renew our hairdressing proposal that combines the best of distance education and face-to-face education. We want to be a bridge to improve your current and future quality of life. Our goal is to train men and women in a short time and once the course is finished they can have the opportunity to enter the workplace or start a business in the field of personal aesthetics ”, adds Alexis Pancorvo, academic director of the Pachacutec Foundation.

Classes begin on Monday, June 7 and the topics included in the curriculum are: Hair and treatment, color, highlights and Balayage, hairstyle, cut, skin, makeup, nails and coaching. Likewise, it is important to highlight that this call is aimed at those who have or not have experience and want to learn from new trends. The Pachacútec Foundation with the support of L’Oréal provides all the materials for the practical classes that are held twice a month at the Ventanilla campus.

“I would recommend the course because it is such a great help that we just don’t receive from other institutes, we have received a lot of support in materials. I also liked that they will train us to know the new trends that were in fashion and that has helped me a lot nowadays ”, says Emelin Caqui, who graduated from the hairdressing course and currently works at Soho Color.

At the end of the program, a certificate will be delivered in the name of the Pachacútec Foundation and L’Oréal at no cost. For more information, you can communicate through the Foundation’s social networks or at the following number 987 525 159.


The Pachacutec Foundation has benefited more than 14,000 students from the school, Cetpro and Institute, who have managed to change their lives thanks to the solidarity of companies and people of good will. To be able to contribute donations, it can be done through:

  • Donation to the BCP in the current account soles: 191-2632619-0-09 and the current account dollars: 191-2631485-1-65.
  • On the Pachacutec Foundation website there is a “Collaborate” tab in which the different donation modalities are shown or by scanning the following Yape QR code.