Do you have a stash of makeup but don't know how to use it? Bring your makeup bag with you on October 3, 2015 and learn the basics of makeup application in a 3-hour
Basic Day to Night Makeup Workshop with makeup artist and stylist
Gail Sarion of Sarion Films.
Whether you're a beginner who's just starting to use makeup or someone who already loves to experiment with colors, Gail will walk you through the different makeup products and tools and the basics of appropriate day and night makeup. She will also show you the step-by-step of makeup application and how to transform day makeup to night makeup.
After the demo, you can bring out your own makeup kit for consultation. Whatever existing products you have, Gail will help edit out your kit according to what suits you and give advice on what makeup will work best on your skin tone. She will also share and demo practical makeup tips and tricks.
The Basic Day to Night Makeup Workshop will be held at The Bunny Baker Cafe, Quezon City from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Workshop fee is Php500 only, which is inclusive of cafe snacks and drinks.
Online registration starts on September 22, 2015.
To register, go to http://www.speedycourse.com.ph/courses/21054/basic-day-to-night-makeup-workshop. You can pay via PayPal and credit card. Limited slots only!
Hope to see you there!
UPDATE: Walk-in participants who will pay on the day of the workshop will be accommodated only if there are still available slots.
- The Basics of Makeup (products and tools)
- Appropriate Day Makeup and Night Makeup
- Demo: Steps of Makeup Application
- Transforming Day Makeup to Night Makeup
- Question and Answer
- Makeup Kit Consultation
- Demo: Practical Tips & Tricks
Gail Sarion is the Chief Make-up Artist for Sarion Films (an independent production company), In-house Stylist for Alabang Town Center, and
Make-Up Workshop Facilitator for corporate personal development programs. She is also a freelance make-up artist for all types of events.
Gail graduated in 2006 from De La Salle University-Dasmariñas with a BS in Applied Biology. She discovered her love for makeup during her second year in college, saving up her weekly allowance to buy make-up and experimenting with different styles in a series of hit-and-miss phases of mismatched colors and “clown-like” makeup. She attended several workshops to improve her skills and develop her personal make-up style, which she describes as, “It’s safe, it’s wearable; it screams but it’s subtle.”
In 2011, with her husband’s encouragement, she started to freelance for events. When she and her husband put up Sarion Films together, she also took over all make-up and styling for their shoots.
In 2014 she started offering Make-up Workshops to companies after receiving good feedback from Sarion Films’ corporate clients who asked her to facilitate make-up workshops for female employees as part of their personality development programs.
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