...is make-up artist and lets guests shine
During Diana Ehrhardt's internship in 2013 at the Bad Horn Hotel & Spa, she has fallen into the charm of the 4-star superior hotel. Since then, the German-born from Saxony-Anhalt she is indispensable for the emerald spa team of the hotel. As a trained beautician, she passionately takes care of the appearance of her guests and ensures the perfect look with her different styling. „The most frequent requests from our customers relate to gala, bridal and day make-up. Depending on the desire and intensity of the make-up, a session lasts about half to two hours, "says Diana and adds: In the run-up to the cosmetics, I recommend a facial treatment. This refines the pores, resulting in an even complexion. "Facial care is, according to Diana, the most important part for a flawless complexion. In the morning, the skin is prepared for make-up and in the evening cleaned of make-up and dirt. For radiant, healthy and wrinkle-free skin, the right facial care is the most important part, says the cosmetician. As a small tip for at home, she recommends to provide the skin with day cream before applying the foundation. "The result will last longer," says Diana. At the end of this Bad Horn Story you will find out what to keep in mind when applying the make-up.
Diana’s enthusiasm for her work is noticeable during the interview.She reveals that she liked to make up friends and relatives even as a little girl."I always liked it when I was allowed to do something good for people," says the 36-year-old. This enthusiasm has also shaped her professional career. After the successful completion of her basic training as a hotel specialist, the young woman, like many from her industry, moved to different places in Europe. After a seasonal job in Switzerland, she was - as a now well-known social media hashtag reads - #VERLIEBTindieSCHWEIZ. During the subsequent training as a beautician in Jena, the practical part consisted of a one-month internship. Diana remembered her time in Switzerland and started looking for a training place, beyond the German border. The internship at the Bad Horn Hotel & Spa was a lucky hit for me! My passion to take care of other people’s well-being can be realized here in the hotel and spa area wonderfully."I also like the activity at the reception, where I maintain a lot of customer contact and can advise the guests," she laughs.