Makeup and Martinis Chicago is extremely proud to announce our makeup classes for everyday women. And to kick it off, the first class will be taught by makeup artist and CEO/Founder of Makeup and Martinis Chicago, Angela Lee!
This class is for women who do not want to spend countless hours trying to achieve "the look". We want to give you practical, yet quick tips to achieving your best smokey eye. Your friends are going to be wondering how you were able to pull it off without going to a professional makeup artist!
And what's even more exciting is that we're going to supply all of our registrants with brushes, makeup, and face charts. You do not have to bring anything but yourself, we'll handle the rest.
So come out and enjoy "Smokey Eye In Minutes" and gain the confidence you desire in doing your own makeup.When:
May 19, 2012Where:
Creative Studio Space
2941 W Belmont Chicago, Il. 60618 Time:
11:00a-12:30p (free bagels, muffins and juice will be served from 10:30-11:00)ONLY $50 if registered by May 1st $65 if registered after May 1st
Only 25 Spaces Available
You don't want to miss!!!*Street Parking Available
This week's tip comes from Make Up Artist Elizabeth Branem.
Be Daring!If you usually don't wear a lot of makeup just try a splash of sun-kissed blush and mascara. If you want to be a little bit more daring, try a bright red or pink lip color.
About Elizabeth Branem:
Makeup has been one of Elizabeth's true passions for the better part of her life and career. After graduating from film school at Full Sail University, Elizabeth began doing makeup work on various jobs ranging from feature films to commercials. Elizabeth has had the opportunity to apply her art on actors who have starred in such films as "Iron Man" and "30 Minutes of Less", as well as Tanya Memme, the host of A&E's "Sell this House." Between jobs behind the camera, Elizabeth has also enjoyed offering her talents in weddings, photo shoots and various special events. A distinctive skill she has mastered over the years is the art of special fx, including creating movie monsters and horror film makeup. Elizabeth has high hopes for the future and is always looking forward to the next adventure that the world of makeup offers her.
Last Week's Tip: Have Fun!!!
This week's tip comes from Make Up Artist Ariana Valdivia.
Let's not be afraid to wear a fun bright orange
lip color or blush! For women of color, specifically African American women who may not be comfortable with wearing blush, anything golden even a mineralized highlighted blush with gold shimmer would give an excellent clean hydrated finished look.About Ariana Valdivia:
Ariana became inspired to pursue a career in makeup artistry in order to further her unique style as many would comment about how her makeup applications and colors were so vibrant and intriguing. "I enjoy glamming women of all ages. The response and look on their faces when everything is done is what drives me to go further"
. Ariana's experience ranges from fashion and glamour makeup artistry, local radio hosting, trade shows as well as a client list that spans to major companies. Her strength is a very fun, bold smokey eye.
Last Week's Tip: Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate
This week's tip comes from Make Up Artist Dominique Boyd.
Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate!
Ladies and let us not forget Gents! The arrival of Spring goes hand in hand with pastels
, cherry blossoms
and yes our favorite, break outs! To avoid these annoying kill joys it is essential that we exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate!!! Winter has had its way with our fragile skin and it is our responsibility to shed some layers in more ways than one. So yes, bring on the chiffons and singing birds and let us not forget to give our skin some weekly spring exfoliating.About Dominique Boyd:
Make-up artist/Image activist, Dominique Lovie Boyd is passionate about displaying a full spectrum of beauty in her work. A graduate from Howard University and The Make-Up Designory
her work has been featured on major television networks as she has worked with notable fashion photographers both domestically and abroad. Dominique Lovie Boyd continues to improve her artistry while she works to re-configure the narrow definition of beauty in her hometown Chicago.
Last Week's Tip: Refresh, Freshen Up