Tired of posting the same over-filtered selfies? Take your photos to another level and get featured on Instagrams’ popular page with MC College’s beauty workshop, “#MCTEAMFABULOUS”! This workshop gives students in Grades 9-12 the chance to work with the latest hair and make up looks straight from the runways of New York! The classes run on January 29, February 26 and March 26 between 3:45 PM and 5:45 PM, where you’ll learn how to pose in pictures, receive a complimentary makeover, be in a photo shoot and learn how to make your own spa products!
Cost: $50+ tax for 3 classes (January 29, February 26 and March 26) Includes make-up and hair supplies, gift bag, photo shoot and makeover.
The classes will take place at the Vernon MC College campus at 3409 31 avenue. Legal parent, guardian or caretaker must register you into the classes.
To register, call Dawn- Marie Needham at 250-542-8393 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wondering how to choose a hair color that works best with your skin tone? The best way is to determine whether you have a cool, warm or neutral skin tone. Here are a few tips to determine yours:
1). Hold up a piece of silver and yellow-gold jewelry against your skin. If the silver looks better against your skin, you have a cool skin tone. If the yellow-gold looks better, you have a warm skin tone. If both pieces of jewelry look equally as good, you have a neutral skin tone.
2). Look at the veins on the underside of your forearm. If your veins are blue, you have a cool skin tone. If your veins are tinged with green, you have a warm skin tone. If you have both blue and green veins, you have neutral skin.
People with a warm skin tone look best with hair colors that have a warm overtone. People with a cool skin tone look best with hair colors that have a cool overtone. If you fall under the neutral category, you look good with any hair color (lucky!).
Skin tone hair color matches:
If you want to change your hair color or add highlights, don’t go more than two shades above or below your natural color.
Adding a few face-framing highlights will add dimension to your hair (especially if you have layers)!
The key to having black hair is to add tons of shine because this shade can easily look dull or dry.
If you naturally have fair skin, you’re best suited for a cool beige or platinum hair color.
Our Vernon campus Director, Dawn-Marie Needham, is the Beauty Consultant for local newspaper, The Tidbits of Vernon. She provides weekly beauty tips to Vernon residents.
Have you ever applied your make-up over your blemishes hoping for a flawless look but have not achieved the look? Well here is an inexpensive tip that will not disappoint you. VISINE – not only does it reduce redness in your eyes, but also reduces redness in blemishes.
Take a Q-tip, dip it into the Visine and refrigerate for 30ins. The cool temp reduces swelling.
After redness and swelling have been reduced, apply the right shade of concealer and your blemishes will be out of sight and off your mind.