Make Up Tutorial for £47 at Kaeleigh Wallace Make Up Artistry (61% Off)
- Make up artist specialising in bridal and fashion occasions
- Uses cosmetics from brands such as Bobbi Brown and MAC
- Face given a cleanse, tone and moisturize to prepare skin
- Tutorial includes a consultation, step by step tuition, practice runs and make-up face plan
- Lasts approximately 1-2 hours
- Can incorporate client’s own cosmetics into the tutorial
- Upgrade to mobile service may be available for additional charge; call to enquire
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Sun-Thu in March and Fri-Tue in April. Not suitable for those with broken or irritated skin. Should confirm skin tone prior to appointment or bring own foundation product. Max 4 people per tutorial. Upgrade may be available for mobile service for surcharge, please call to enquire.
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Alternative methods to achieving a rosy complexion include washing with pink flannels and convincing friends that they invest in some rose tinted glasses. Come up roses with today’s Groupon: £47 for a make up tutorial at Kaeleigh Wallace Make Up Artistry.
Eager to sow seeds of knowledge of all things beauty-related, from complimenting complexions to defining eyes, experienced make-up artist Kaeleigh Wallace specialises in makeup application for a range of occasions. From bridal to fashion, to theatre production or a night in with the girls, Kaeleigh waves her magic mascara wand, imparting valuable tips on how to apply colours, shades and tones to every part of the face. Ever the professional, she aims to incorporate top of the pop products like YSL and MAC - along with her clients’ own make-up - so that the process is easily repeatable at home.
After an initial consultation to discuss skin types as well as any allergies, likes or dislikes, faces will be indulged in a mini cleanse, tone and moisturise before blank canvased visages are skilfully decorated. Ready to be adorned, tutees will be taught step by step how to apply their make-up, while zooming in on tricky areas that are itching to be mastered. Participants are given the option to repeat each step themselves as they go along. As well as taking advice from the makeup artist herself, the products used are mostly from luxury brands such as Bobbi Brown and MAC, ensuring that every brush stroke, colour and shade is of A-list quality. Once everything is looking vibrantly fresh, all the tips from the session will have been recorded onto a face plan, which details everything covered in the tutorial and is easily referable from the comfort of dressing table seats at home.