(Closed) Makeup Lessons

posted 12 years ago in New York City
Post # 3
95 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: April 2008

I don’t know how much you’re willing to spend. But I had makeup shopping and lessons with Raychel Wade at Cheek to Chic and I loved her!  I now am much more competent with makeup ( I usually wear NOTHING on my face).  Granted I didn’t do my own makeup for my wedding… The only drawback is she is quite pricey.  $325+ and that doesn’t include makeup to buy.  But just in case you’re interested:


Post # 4
31 posts

My makeup artist offers lessons – she’s FABULOUS!  http://www.loandco.com – Laura Nadeau.  She’s not only super-talented, but a great person to be around and the perfect person to teach you!

Post # 5
109 posts
Blushing bee

I feel pretty comfortable doing my own make up – not sure if I will hire someone to show me the way – although I did just pick up a good tip in June’s More magazine to resolve bags under the eyes.  It said to start with applying a primer and then using a peach concealer to cover up brown, blue or purple under eye circles.  And then for darker skin tones, it said to use a dark apricot colored concealer, so it sounds like the orange tone is universal.  Has anyone tried that before? 

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