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Makeup Master Classes with Julie Bégin: Power Beauty

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to attend a master class with Makeup Artist Julie Begin. I haven't had the time recently to do "faces" as much because I work full-time (all the time) but I love hearing tips and tricks from others. The class was around 12 people and lasted three hours.

Some one the points I took away from the class were:

  • Be original.
  • Look for inspiration in everyday things.
  • Don't be afraid to try something out of the box.
  • Keep a notebook to record your thoughts so you don't forget them.
  • You don't need expensive products to do a look.

My favourite part was looking into her kit. I LOVE looking into other MUA's kits for products to use on myself or others. She even took products out of her kit and let us swatch it and try it out. Some of her favourites are MAC, Annabelle, L'oreal and MUFE.

Plus there was a model there which she used to demonstrated two looks on. We also had the opportunity to ask questions any time throughout the whole class. The classes are $300 USD (which may be a lot for some) but being an MUA is a "pricey" profession so the price doesn't surprise me. Especially from someone who has clients such as Balenciaga, John Galliano and Mark Jacobs.

Check out some pictures of Julie's work:





10 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this! I wanted to go to this class but wasn't able to!

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  2. I had nooo idea she was going to be in town or I would have shelled out the $300 (write-off!) lol
    Thanks for the post :)

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  3. This is great, I love the last look :)

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  4. Loving that blue e/s. Courses are very expensive within make-up, my course carried a hefty price tag

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  5. OOh~ thanks for sharing the experience :)
    If I were a MUA I would have gone~ investing in your craft is always good, so why not right :)

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