The LAST basic burlesque session of 2011 begins the week of Nov. 14. [Register] now!
November 6th, 2-4
What will be provided:
– False eyelashes and eyelash glue
– Eyeshadow primer
– Mirrors, tables
– Makeup sponges, Q-tips, moisturizer, makeup wipes
What you should bring:
– Black liquid eyeliner (or a black eyeliner pencil if you are not comfortable with liquid eyeliner, though it is highly recommended for this look!)
– 2 to 4 neutral, matte eyeshadows. One light color, one medium, one dark.
– Basic brush set, every girl should have one! If you do not, see shopping suggestions below.
– Pink or peachy pink blush
– Red lipstick (optional red lipliner)
– Foundation and concealer that match your skin tone
– Loose or pressed powder
– Bronzer or contour powder
– Makeup glitter for burlesque look, eyes and lips
Sephora and Ulta are great stores for most makeup needs. My recommendations for products that you may not have are:
Brush set – Sephora Collection – 5 brushes for $32 OR Sephora Collection Perfect Ten Brush Set for $60. You can also find more affordable sets at any CVS or Ulta.
Liquid Eyeliner – Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner for $20, Kat Von D Tattoo Liner Pen for $18, or Almay Eyeliner Liquid Line for about $8
Neutral eyeshadows – NYX makes several good eyeshadow trios that can be found at Ulta for about $8 each. MAC has a great variety of neutral eyeshadows.
Red lipstick – Some of my favorites are MAC Russian Red, MAC Ruby Woo, MAC Viva Glam I, Make Up For Ever Rouge Artist Intense in #8
November 20th, 2-4pm
In this two hour workshop you will learn hands-on techniques and tricks to give you a solid foundation for styling pinup and vintage hairstyles. With a few simple supplies, Sara Jean will show you basic set patterns, comb-outs, and a couple gorgeous ‘dos. No experience in styling your own hair? Not a problem. By the end of the two hours, you will be able to give yourself the perfect pompadour!
Please bring these supplies:
-box of single prong clips
-bobby pins (to match your hair color)
-clips to hold larger sections of hair
-hairspray (something with decent hold)
-curling iron (1″ barrel for hair shorter than mid-neck, 1.25″ for longer hair)
Make sure hair is clean, with minimal product in it.
December 3rd – 2-6pm – $125
Includes 3 high res. photos and one print – Photos by Pez Photo, Posing by Michelle L’amour and make up finishing touches by Emily Made.
At the Everleigh Social Club – SOLD OUT