Showing posts from February, 2014

Photographic Make Up Course in Eastbourne - March 16th

I am running my next photographic make up course in Eastbourne on Sunday 16th March.

This course is ideal for make up artists, photographers and models who would like to gain knowledge when applying make up for photographic media.

The course starts at 10am and finishes at 4pm for a special offer of £100.00 (normally £160.00)

The course will cover

The perfect base.Shading and ContouringSkin toneFace shapesEye shapesEyes - How to widen, brighten, change shape, look wider apart and closer together.Lips - Choosing this right colour, define the shape, make bigger and fuller.Bone structureThe perfect eyeliner applicationEyelash application There are only 4 spaces left on this course so if you would like to enrol, please email me at
If you have any questions, feel free to call me on 07906 393 807
I require 50% deposit when booking.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
Best Regards,

Sussex make up academy

Wow - A dream of mine has finally come true and I have started up my very own make up academy.

The premises I have are at The Wig Academy, 2nd Floor, 4-5 Station Parade, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 1BE

I will be covering various courses throughout the year, aimed at people of all abilities so hopefully you will find a course for you here;

Creative Look Book - Fashion Camouflage Make up Bridal Make up

Fashion Design






Special Effects


How to start your own business in the make up industry

If you are interested in registering on one of my courses, please contact me on / 07906 393 807 you can also keep up to date with my forthcoming courses here

Model Mayhem - Pic of the day

I am very happy to report that a recent shoot I did with Photographer John Farrar and model Faith Obae has been chosen as pic of the day today (18th Feb 2014) on Model Mayhem.

This was shot at John's studio in Hove where we managed a great day and achieved various different looks for Faith.
For the make up I used Super Cover for my base, concealer, highlighter and shadow.  I then used a black liquid eyeliner for rest of the make up.
Luckily, fellow make up artist Fran Carter was at the studio and she found all the jewellery to play about with to help finish off this look.
The head piece was made by a lovely lady called Lee-Anne Lockwood
Thank you to Faith for entering this picture into model mayhem competition pic of the day, and thank you to all those who voted for it to win.
Make up - Amy Prifti -