A PROUD HISTORY OF WILDE-COSMETICS GmbH
Wilde Dental was founded in 1914, few knew that these pioneering German researchers in dental resin would make such a lasting impact in the beauty industry. In 1985, Wilde Cosmetics GmbH was established to bring the same quality, durability and beauty of composite resin systems to fingernail cosmetics. The result? LCN, a revolutionary line of light-cured products designed to seal, correct, lengthen and beautify fingernails. The first of its kind in Europe, this system provided a non-acrylic alternative to conventional nail cosmetics, providing longer lasting beautiful results.
THE PROUD HISTORY OF LOOKING GOOD LCN
Looking Good LCN, founded in 2002 by CEO Lea Castro, started out in Wingate Park, Pretoria East. After 1 year we moved to bigger premises in Pretorius Park, Pretoria East. In 2007 we moved into our current premises which is 200m² and in 2015 built a state of the art training facility boasting 250m². Our main focus is service excellence in the Beauty Industry and empowering women to become the best they can be! Having overcome many obstacles – the company has grown from strength to strength.
Lea Castro – CEO
In 1994 Lea started her career as a part time Nail Technician while still working full time. In 1996, Lea went into the Beauty Industry full time, opening a home based salon offering beauty services with her main focus being nails. In 1999 she did Conversion nail training with LCN and needless to say fell in love with not only the brand but the concept of finally finding a product that could give her clients beautiful nail enhancements while preserving the natural nail.
Isabel Fenner – Training Director
Isabel Fenner started Looking Good Beauty Centre in 1989. In 2000 Lea Castro and Isabel joined forces linking their two salons into one. Together the two sisters were a strong team complementing each other.
In 2002 Isabel relocated to KwaZulu Natal where she continued her salon and began to market and distribute LCN in the area. Isabel’s passion is training and her goal is to educate students to have the same passion as she does.