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Makeup Basics for Beginners
Health & Wellness
SkinSchool! Let's Learn Skincare Basics!
Makeup and filters are great, but healthy skin is better! Let's discuss the basics of skincare and why skin acts the way it does. From acne to dry skin, we will cover a variety of skin conditions. Afterall, the skin is the largest organ!
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My goal is to give you confidence in your skincare choices! By the end of this class you will know the following: 1. Your skin type (oily, dry, combination) 2. The factors that can affect your skin and how (diet, stress, hormones) 3. What to look for when reading an ingredient list 4. The order to correctly apply products. We will do some fun skincare myth busting along the way! (For example: Toothpaste will not help get rid of zits, don't use it on your face!)
Licensed Esthetician 10 years of experience working in skincare manufacturing and product development
Handheld Mirror I request that learners come to class with clean skin and no makeup on. If there are skincare products that are used regularly, bring those to class so we can look at the ingredient lists to understand what is in them.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Here are some helpful websites for looking up ingredients and learning more about skincare: https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/ https://hellobubble.com/pages/skin-school https://www.aad.org/public/everyday-care/skin-care-basics/dry/oily-skin
Skincare skills and crafting thrills!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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12 completed classes
Hi Everyone! I currently teach Cosmetic Product Development Fundamentals at FIDM College in Los Angeles, but outside of teaching how to make skincare products I love teaching how to use skincare products! I love teaching essential skills that...