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Welcome to the New Zealand Association of Registered Beauty Professionals

Your connection to the Beauty Industry in New Zealand

The New Zealand Association of Registered Beauty Professionals is the membership organisation for the beauty industry in NZ. We are a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting our members, regulating the industry and achieving a highly qualified, and professional workforce.

Our members have industry verified qualifications, are fully insured and follow strict health and hygiene guidelines to safeguard consumers, and the future of the industry.


Auckland Area Function

4 November 2019

You are warmly invited to the Auckland Area Function for the New Zealand Association of Registered Beauty Professionals.

As a valued member of the Association we would like inspire you with guest speakers and hope you will join us for a delicious morning tea with other members for a catch-up before Christmas.



 Monday 4th November at 10.30am – 12.30pm


SkinSense Beauty Therapy & Day Spa Retreat 53B Victoria Road Devonport Auckland.


We will have exciting demonstrations from Susan Nicolls and Chloe Ainsworth from

World Beaute with the:

  • Planoplas skin tightening Plasma Pen 
  • Innopen - a microneedling device.   


Water, coffee, tea, juice and morning tea will be served.

Please invite along all staff and students are warmly welcomed.  

I look forward to seeing you all on the Monday 4th November 2019.

Kind Regards 

 Kylie Price 

 Area Representative for Auckland


PleaseRSVP with Number attending NO LATER than Monday 21st October

Kylie Price

Text: 0212990019 or Email:

BeautyNZ Association Awards 2019

Saturday 14 September 2019

The Hilton Hotel, Auckland




On Saturday 14 September, members of the Association of Registered Beauty Professionals joined together to celebrate the 'best of the best' that our industry has to offer.

Nine awards were presented throughout the evening honoring the commitment and dedication each individual /team has brought to the  Professional Beauty Industry of New Zealand. 

AGM 2019

Sunday 15 September 2019 | The Hilton Hotel, Auckland


After an incredible Awards event on the Saturday evening, the NZARBP held our AGM bright and early Sunday morning.

With Kim Ryan not re-standing for President, Oonagh Wolfkamp with unanimous votes now assumes the position of President of the NZARBP, with Louise Gray filling Oonagh’s previous position of Vice President.

The Association would like to thank Kim for her role as President over the past three years and we are pleased to announce that she will continue on as a member of the Executive Committee.

Emma Fraser was welcomed, elected by unanimous votes to the Executive Committee and will cover our Nail Portfolio.

We believe that 2020 will be a year of change and one of celebration with our 50th Jubliee.

Minutes from the AGM are available through the Members Section, on this website.



Front Row: Executive Committee
Nicole Carter, Oonagh Wolfkamp, Kim Ryan, Louise Gray and Emma Fraser  
(Appologies: Judy West and Michaella Messenger)

Back Row: NZARBP Area Reps


NZARBP Executive Committee Member,

Michaella Messenger talks to NewsHub

RE: Regulation with in Micropigmentation/ Cosmetic Tattoo Industry - 10 August 2019


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The call for Regulation within our Industry.

Be proud that you are a member of the NZARBP, show everyone that they are definitely in 'Safe Hands' with you.


    ✔️  A QUALIFIED Beauty Professional.
    ✔️  You adhere to STRICT health and hygiene protocols and practices.
    ✔️  You are insured!
    ✔️  And you belong to a community of like-minded professional women which are some of the most forward-thinking in the country.


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NZRABP Presidant Kim Ryan, talks to NewsHub

RE: Regulation within the Nail Industry - 28 March 2019













Choose Members of the NZ Association of Registered Beauty Professionals

Recent publicity about poor hygiene conditions and resulting bacterial infections has put beauty treatments under public scrutiny.  To highlight the benefits of visiting a member of The New Zealand  Association of Registered Beauty Therapists Inc,  we have launched the ‘Are you in Safe Hands?’ campaign.

It is important to check that your beauty professional is fully trained.

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