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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.

(by Luna Photography)

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 is it that 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 a make-up lesson, drop me an email to book a time and date. You can purchase lesson gift vouchers here too.

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

Comments

  • 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
  • Georgette Gould 05 March 2021 20:16
    Hi, I would love to book in with you when we can for a tutorial I would love to learn how to do my make up lovely rather than the same routine I’ve had for years and years Thank you
    Reply
  • Sali 05 March 2021 21:04
    Of course Georgette! Drop me an email :)
    Reply

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