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Intro to Make-Up, an Interactive Experience!

In this course, students will learn make-up techniques, tips, and strategies.
  There are no upcoming classes.
55 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does an "Ongoing" course work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

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I have provided several at-home makeup classes for younger to older students that were a huge success, and also created a new sense of confidence within my students!
My only required homework will always be me recommending practicing the makeup skills they learned in class, when it comes to make-up, practice makes perfect, and that way if they are still struggling, they can ask me about it the following class!
WEEK ONE: any type of mascara and eyeliner. WEEK TWO: any sort of eyeshadow or eyeshadow palette, as well as an eye makeup brush or two! (I recommend students have at least three eyeshadow colors, and that a minimum of two of those colors are neutral-toned, which helps with buffing out colors and blending.) WEEK THREE: any type of foundation, concealer, blush, bronzer, and or highlighter. I also always recommend that students have some sort of 'base' as well, which means any type of primer or moisturizer.) WEEK FOUR: Any form of eyebrow product (eyebrow pencil, eyebrow pomade (you'll need a thin eyeliner brush for this), eyebrow powder, eyebrow gel (clear or tinted), and a concealer.) WEEK FIVE: Any type of lip product, (gloss, lip liner, lipstick, lip mask, etc, I recommend each student has at least two of the listed products) WEEK SIX: ANY of the above products, products that they are struggling with, or maybe have more questions about that we didn't cover. We will be working as a team in this class, so students have lots of flexibility when it comes to what they are to bring. WEEK SEVEN: Any or all of the above products, this class is once again about working as a team, and putting our practice to work! Students will be able to showcase their skills as well as do their make-up how they would like to, while still being able to ask questions and be given feedback. In terms of all of the products required, eye makeup brushes, (fluffy blending brushes, flat brushes, etc), face brushes (powder brush, blush/bronzer brush), lip products, etc, the pricing depends on where you go to get them, Target, Walgreens, and the Dollar Store all have GREAT options, and some affordable brands include ELF, L.A. Girl, Maybelline, Covergirl, Rimmel, each product $1-10, depending on the brand) Make-up is not only about making your face look a certain way, it also encourages individuality, self-expression, and creativity, and is a great form of self-care. It is such an ever-growing and popular industry, and the negative stigma around it has started to dissipate, and become much more affordable, and of great quality, no matter the price.
Students will never be graded on their make-up skills, but I plan to monitor each student's strengths and weaknesses, so if they come to me looking for help, I'm all ears and ready to go!
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Possible allergy to some make-up. Parents are encouraged to read ingredients on make-up products before purchasing, just like we do for food, or all other products. 


About Me

My name is Miss. Dugan and I am a certified ELA teacher for grades 7-12. I also have my masters degre, and a love for reading and writing. I have a ton of passions and interests, whether it's creative writing or a good book, cooking, playing... 
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