23.7.11

Make Up For Ever Pro-Artistry Makeup Course, Dublin

Hello everyone, it's been a while! I've been so busy lately with my makeup course, that I found it impossible to blog or upload videos! I've been getting a ton of questions regarding the course, and what makeup looks I've worked on.. so here you go!
I won this Make Up Forever makeup course off of the fabulous beaut.ie a few weeks ago, and I just want to say a massive thank you to them! I was so excited to start, and I chose the 5 day course for the week of the 18th-22nd of July! The course is €995 per person, but included in that you get your own brush set, a photoshoot at the end of the week with your final look, use of the Make Up For Ever and Face2 cosmetics, a certificate in makeup artistry, discounts on products and also invaluable makeup lessons!
I absolutely adored the course! It was so useful, professional and everyone was so nice! There were 7 of us on the course - ranging from all styles and ages! Our teacher was the lovely Lauren, and she taught us tons of looks, everything from bridal to pin up! The classes are quite casual, and no pressure is put on the students. If you make a mistake, it's not the end of the world!
We were taught 2 looks each day, and we practised on eachother. Myself and Andrea teamed up for the week, so I've taken photos of my different looks - hope you enjoy! 
(If you want a tutorial on any of them, don't be afraid to ask!
Bridal / Everyday Makeup:
Smokey Eye Makeup:
50s Pin Up Makeup:
Smokey Bronze Makeup:
Colourful Makeup:
Glitter Winged Makeup:
My Final Look - Colourful Cleopatra:
Model: Amanda Bellamy @ 1st Options
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20 comments

  1. That looks amaaaazing!! You did a great job there mrs, cant wait to see tutorials now :)

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  2. wow that is AMAZING!!! well done <3

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  3. Wow Leanne, This looks amazing!

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  4. OMG, Leanne they are amazing !!!!! I can't wait to see the tutorial on how to do some of them & could you make a tutorial on how to do eyeliner ( Liquid & KOHL ) since I'm useless at it :P

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  5. Wow those looks are fabulous :D

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  6. They are very interesting!!
    I would have gotten with a darker red on the pin up look, idk i think it'll suit her better (:

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  7. @Sweets
    We were given the lipsticks to use and in the 1950s ruby red was widely used, and darker lipsticks didn't come into use until the 60s.

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  8. Ahh Leanne! Your so talented at this, everything looks great! x

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  9. omg love it all, especially the pin-up look and colourful cleopatra! amazing work, well done D xxx

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  10. Wow Leanne, I love all the looks but Colourful Cleopatra is my fav.

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  11. I understand. You had to keep the look strickly in the 50's.

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  12. wow those looks are all amazing! :)id love to do that course, looks so fun and helpful:) x x x

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  13. Fab looks Leanne! Weird to think that I was in the MUFE studio two weeks previous!! The week long course looks fab xx

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  14. brill looks hun :) x x x love the cleopatra one

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  15. Do you want to do makeup in college? Or just as a hobby? I'm doing makeup in IADT :D Haven't actually starting learning the basic yet though!:(

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  16. really cute, and the whole photo-shoot is awesome! Great blog dear, congrats! Would you like to visit mine, and why not follow each-other? Let me know: makeup artist Sydney

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  17. HI

    love your blog, I am now following, please check me out anf follow if you like xxx

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