The DC class is closed!
Thank you to all the students coming out for it.
If you missed us this time, here is the link for tickets to IMATS Atlanta.
Sara’s iconic class that teaches makeup artists the basic and importance of lighting on their craft is coming to Paint and Powder Cosmetics in Washington, D.C. for a special one-day engagement. As a special for the class, students who attend the class (see below for details) will receive a The Makeup Light Magic Mount Kit to practice what they’ve learned!
When: August 11, 2018
**Includes the Class + The Makeup Light (TML) Magic Mount Kit with Magic Mount set and Key Light 2.0 LED Light Panel ($319 retail value)
$250 without light kit
**Light Kit receivable only at the conclusion of class
Class fee must be PAID IN FULL by July 15th to allow shipment of the Kits for class.
Class Itinerary: 9AM to 6PM (90 minute lunch break)
Before Lunch: Theory with workbook (provided)
After Lunch: Hands-on practical application
**Coffee and light snacks provided
**Students are responsible for own lunches
Equipment Needed: Student responsible for bringing small kit
**Brushes and/or sponges
**Cream or liquid base that can cover all shades of skin
**Contour (cream or liquid)
Please do not bring lashes, mascara, lipsticks, or eyeshadows
Students must come with a clean face. NO MAKEUP.
You will be applying makeup on each other for the Practical.
Location: Paint and Powder Cosmetics
4116 Walney Rd., Suite B, Chantilly, Virginia 20151
**15 minute drive from Dulles International Airport D.C.
Accommodations: Students responsible for accommodations
**Holiday Inn Chantilly, Comfort Suites Chantilly/Dullus, Fairfield Inn all located within 10 minute with shuttle to/from airport and to/from Class available
What is Golden Hour? To a lighting designer or Director of Photography (DP), this is a magical time, but it can also be a prime opportunity for a well-educated makeup artist. Sara gives you a taste of what makes Golden Hour just so beautiful.
It all started with birth. No, we’re serious! Sara’s mother was an artist and art history teacher, and Sara grew up the subject of many of her mother’s paintings. In all this, Sara began to learn about color and lighting, and once she went away to school, it was clear she was passionate about it.
** Note: The adorable baby in this video is Sara’s youngest granddaughter who was happy to participate in the impromptu video filmed by her daughter.
It is incredible to see the difference that light temperature can have on color. While walking through a studio where Sara works, she noticed the color of her shirt change and—in true Sara style—turned it into a teachable moment. Sara first posted this on her Instagram on May 10, 2017 and later added it to her YouTube to reach a broader audience with lighting education!