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Categories: Make-up Lessons

Make-up lessons are one of my favourite things to do; I love putting makeup on people and giving little tips and hints on how to do things better or recommending a product to them. I pride myself on being down to earth and being a realist; I’m not one for spending buckets on lotions and potions, but I like to find the stuff that works and recommend things I’ve tried and liked or that I think is good value for money. I like a good bargain!! That said, you really do get what you pay for; you're instantly going to tell the difference in quality in certain products, be it skincare or make-up.

When clients come to me for a make-up lesson I'll ask them to bring their make-up kit with them. I don't judge you on what's in there, I want to see what you're currently using and why; what do you like about the product, what's not working for you but was previously? What tools are you using, do you know what brushes are for what? What' make-up brushes do you have?

This is all a part of the learning process and I love being able to guide clients through skill tips. One client Clare came to me with a high-end foundation she felt she'd been duped into buying because she just couldn't get on with applying it. I taught her to buff the foundation into her skin and apply thinner layers.

Here’s part of the review she left me:

"I couldn't be more pleased with how the lesson went, it was worth every penny! We managed to cover every stage of make-up application, and talked about products I could use, and how best to use the make-up I've got. I'm using make-up I've bought and avoided because I didn't like the finish, but now know the best technique to get the right results! Thank you Sali for such a wonderful lesson, I'll definitely be recommending you, and keeping you in mind for any makeovers!"

So if you want to book in a make-up lesson, drop me an email to book in a time and date. You can purchase lesson gift vouchers through here too.

Tags: Lessons, make-up shelf life, make-up artist, make-up brushes, makeup lesson, 2015

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  • Amanda Lavery 16 June 2017 20:12
    Hi, I'm looking for a make-up lesson class for my daughters soon to be 13th birthday (plus a friend). Is this something you do? Thank you Amanda
    Reply
  • Sali 16 June 2017 21:16
    I do! Drop me an email :)
    Reply

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