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Teen make up lessons in London

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RoseAndRose Tue 28-Mar-17 12:09:58

I'd like to give my teen DD a make up lesson as a birthday present.

There are lots of providers if you google, but how on earth do I know who is any good? The one I liked the look of cost £450, and that's way over my budget.

Can anyone help me pick my way through what's advertised? Any recommendations?

Deathraystare Tue 28-Mar-17 15:11:20

Bobbi Brown does teen make up lessons I am sure (she has a book of teen beauty too).

FinallyHere Tue 28-Mar-17 15:24:24

Head start for teens at these brilliant people.

https://www.cosmeticsalacarte.com/services/personalised-lessons/

EmmaC78 Tue 28-Mar-17 19:47:16

As already suggested Bobbi Brown are good. The lessons are free so you could book the lesson and then give some vouchers to buy some of the products.

AnnaNimmity Tue 28-Mar-17 19:49:17

Mac is good. My teen went there - any branch but the one in Carnaby St is big and has little separate rooms. (She asked for a contouring lesson hmm). I think that if you pay, the cost is deducted from any make up bought - sorry can't remember how much it cost.

Softkitty2 Tue 28-Mar-17 20:17:17

Look at the illamasqua website.. They do different evening lessons based on what you want to focus on.

MojoMoon Tue 28-Mar-17 20:45:16

Facebar, near Brick Lane.
Independent so can try a range of products.

They do sell some stuff they use but not all of it so there is no hard sell. Think 60quid for 90min lesson.

RoseAndRose Tue 28-Mar-17 22:07:47

Thank you so much - these are brilliant suggestions, just the sort of thing I was after.

Rioja123 Tue 28-Mar-17 22:09:22

Benefit in carnaby street

Kdiva Wed 29-Mar-17 14:44:32

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lifesuckssometimes Wed 29-Mar-17 15:13:08

@Kdiva where are you based?

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