SkillsFuture Programme


In addition, PinkRoom has also embark on the SkillsFuture’s Journey!

Opt for PRINA Courses with SkillsFuture Credit!

We are pleased to share a piece of great news with you!


Have you heard of SkillsFuture Credit before?

SkillsFuture Credit is a lifelong learning scheme launched by Singapore Government. The aim is to encourage individuals to learn new skills or expand their knowledge in the existing fields. The credit can only be used for education and training in Government-Supported courses.


All Singaporeans aged 25 and above are entitled with opening credit of $500 to improve their skills. The credit will remain in your SkillsFuture Credit account for life; therefore you can use the credit at any moment. Likewise, you may choose to accumulate more credit, before deciding your desired courses.

Currently, our School is on-board this initiative with SkillsFuture Credit. Hence, you may now use this SkillsFuture Credit to offset PRINA course fees.

Embark on your lifelong learning journey with us!


June Open House 2016

Open House June 2016

HELLO ALL NAIL LOVERS AND PRINAGIRLS! Here another update on our recent activities in the academy.

Everyone knows before taking a course of study, it is very important to know the academy’s environment, modules and management! This is also the reason why PinkRoom periodically organises Open House event for our potential students or public to join us.

Nothing beats taking a look at the environment and enquiring for your interested courses first hand, right? In our Open House (16 June 2016), our participants were able to experience the following:

The highlight of the event was the LIVE DEMOSTRATION by our Head Academics, Joe Chua, doing the Design sculpture. Before the start of the demonstration, Joe asked if anyone was interested to become the hand model for the design sculpture, one lady volunteered herself for the demo.

While Joe designing the model’s nails, Ms Rachel Tang, Our CEO, was explaining the steps and tips in details ensuring that the participants understood what was being done on the model.

Second highlight was the Question and Answer session, this is essential because we want to make sure that participants are able to clear the questions they have on our course or modules! This is the key takeaway from this Open House. Also, we used this opportunity to explain our EduTrust Certification and SkillsFuture.
Before the participants head on to do the above activities, there was an opening speech by our CEO, Ms Rachel Tang. Giving our participants an overview of what our academy is about, our history, what we are moving towards and future career pathways.


Through these activities, participants are able to see for themselves the quality of our classes, knowledge of our trainers and educators and the learning environment!

Without further ado, I will let the photos taken on the event day to do the rest of the talking:


During the registration of Open House.


Master Joe giving live demonstration to all participants on design sculpture!


The end result of the design sculpture, very impressive, isn’t it?


One more, without the nail form!


During Q&A Session

If you would like to see more photos on the event itself, feel free to take a look at our album on Facebook:


Pink Ribbon High Tea

PinkRoom was invited as a sponsor to the recent PINK RIBBON HIGH-TEAto raise awareness for breast cancer. Our PRINA Girls were there to provide free express 1Q32 INSTANT.GELLISH manicure for the 300 over guests who attended the party. The nail products were kindly sponsored for our usage by 1Q32 INSTANT.GELLISH– the only 1 step gel polish that works!

We feel proud to be a sponsor of this event, since we are surrounded by girls everyday in school! Many of them were dressed in pink in support of the Breast Cancer Month. We hope to be a good influence to our students as breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer among women in Singapore, with about 1,490 new cases detected yearly. We would like to take this chance to spread awareness to all the everyone. It would be beneficial for more woman to know more about this illness, as for the men they can hep to spread this knowledge to their families.

The event was organised by the Singapore Cancer Society, and was held at Movida Room @St James Power Station last Saturday. The crowd started coming in at 1pm. Every one was so excited to get their nails done upon seeing the yummy INSTANT.GELLISHcolors we brought.

In support of the Pink Ribbon, we chose different shades of pink from the wide range of colors that 1Q32 INSTANT.GELLISH has to offer. It was actually very heart-warming to see how united everyone was at the event. Even the guys were dressed in pink.

BREASTCANCER.pngEveryone was raving about how easy theINSTANT.GELLISH applies. No mess, no smudges and they could continue with the other activities without worries. Check out the different shades of pink we had with us that day.


Our PRINA.girls. Thank you for your hard work!

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Some facts about breast cancer in Singapore:

  • Most common cancer among women in Singapore (about 3 in 10 cancers occurring in women is breast cancer)
  • 1 in 17 women develops breast cancer in her lifetime
  • Most prevalent in women age 50 years to 59 years in Singapore

Risk factors:

  • Age: The risk of developing breast cancer increases with age.
  • Personal history of breast cancer: The risk increases if the woman had breast cancer previously in one breast.
  • Family history of breast cancer in first degree relatives such as mother, sister or daughter.
  • Genetic predisposition: About 5-10% of breast cancers are inherited. Defects in genes such as BRCA1 or BRCA2 increase the risk of developing breast, ovarian and colon cancers.
  • Radiation exposure to chest in childhood or adolescence.
  • Early onset of menses and late menopause.
  • Hormone replacement therapy with a combination of estrogen and progesterone for four or more years.
  • Birth control pills: Use of pills for four years or more is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.
  • Alcohol intake: Excessive consumption of alcohol (one alcoholic beverage per day) increases the risk of developing breast cancer by 20%.

Read more about Breast Cancer on Singapore Cancer Society’s website.