Arts

Beauty, Cosplay, and Special FX Makeup Parties!

This class is for students who want to have a Makeup Lesson as part of their Birthday Party, School Party, and more!! They get to choose any look they want to learn, socialize with their friends, and play fun virtual party games with me!
215 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 3 learners
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Class

50 minutes

per class

Meets once

10-15

year olds

1-12

learners per class

per learner

How does aOne-Timeclass work?

Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Description

Class Experience

To have fun learning a makeup look while socializing with friends and playing games. 
Hi! I'm Leah Johnson and I'm a Special FX Makeup Artist, Cosplay Makeup Artist, actor, and director working in Atlanta, GA, and on the Alabama Gulf Coast! I have been teaching kids in the arts for eight years and specialize in teaching makeup. I have a Bachelor of Music in Musical Theater from the University of Mobile Alabama School of the Arts and training through the Alliance Theater in Atlanta, GA. I love teaching kids makeup and the performing arts and love helping them advance their skills as artists and Cosplayers through makeup. 
Each party's supply list will be different once the parent or student and I have discussed the theme for the party and what look the students want to do, but below is a basic list of materials you will always need:

General Materials:
Makeup brushes and sponges and a skinny brush for details
Makeup wipes
Eyeshadow palets
Lipstick or lipgloss
Eyeliner
Foundation or Concealer
Facepaint in a variety of colors

Materials Specific for Gore Looks:
Liquid latex, school glue and flour, or eyelash glue if doing a GORE look
Cotton or toilet paper or paper towels
Bowls for mixing and spoons
Red food coloring
Cocoa Powder
Honey, Corn syrup, or Pancake Syrup
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Because this is a makeup class, students are encouraged to have a clear space to work (like a kitchen or dining room table) and will definitely want makeup wipes and paper towels on hand. Since the games are virtual, most of the time students won't need to get up and down. However, if the parent and I decide to plan a game involving movement, it might be helpful for students to have space to move around. 

Teacher

Ms. Leah
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Cosplay & Special FX Teacher, Professional Actor & Singer
215 total reviews
344 completed classes

About Me

I am an actor, makeup artist, and director working in Atlanta, GA, and in Alabama.  I have taught kids and adults makeup, voice, and drama for over eight years, and have been working in film and theater as an actor, makeup artist, and director for... 
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