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In this one time class, students will be given the chance to learn how to apply a quick and easy eyeshadow look. The two main topics that will be taught are learning how to apply eyeshadow and how to blend it easily. I will also briefly discuss eye safety and the importance of keeping makeup brushes clean due to our eyes being a sensitive part of our faces. During the 20 minutes I will apply and thoroughly explain the four steps to applying a simple eyeshadow look: -priming the...
After class students will have learned: -how to apply eyeshadow -how to blend eyeshadow out
I have been wearing makeup for over ten years now and started my love for it when I was in high school. During college I was a freelance makeup artist for two years. I did my clients' makeup for events and also offered private classes where they could learn how to apply their makeup by themselves.
Students will not need any of the products I use during class. If they like, they can follow along with their own products and brushes but are NOT required to follow along or own the products I use.
20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Since we will be working with eyeshadow on our eyes, the beginning/introduction of class will have a quick "eye safety" discussion. I will explain the importance of keeping brushes clean and making sure products aren't expired since our eyes tend to be a more sensitive part of our face!
Kristen BrannA Former Indiana Jones with a Degree in Archaeology and History
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60 completed classes
Hello! I am Kristen Brann and I am passionate about history, folklore, and literature. I graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor degree of Fine Arts. My major was Anthropology with a concentration in Archaeology and I have a...