Get glamours this Navratri & be the eye candy with FINESSE

This Navratri get glamourous and stand up apart in a crowd by decking yourselves up with the latest hair do; as FINESSE presents a "NAVRATRI SPECIAL MAKE-UP & HAIR STYLING WORKSHOP", wherein they will provide Professional Makeup knowledge, tricks and techniques in a hands-on environment, all undertaken by their expert on 25th & 26th September (Makeup) and 30th September & 1st October (Hairstyling), between 2 to 5 pm, at 106/ Saman2 Complex, opp Shell Petrol Pump, Prahladnagar.
To register, call: Aisha Devnani 9979743839 or Swati Goyal 9376021564

In fact, if you register before 22nd September, you can avail a FLAT 20% DISCOUNT, and also get a MAKEUP BRUSH KIT FOR FREE.
(Send 'hi' on 9979743839 to get regular workshop updates and grooming tips)

Led by Noopur Choksi, owner of Amaya Spa & Salon - a make up artist & hairstyling expert, the workshop will cover the following key aspects:

MAKE-UP
-Skin type & Skin Care regimen accordingly 
-Product knowledge 
-Flawless base 
-Concealing
-Highlighting and Contouring
-Eye shapes and different types of liners
-Eye Makeup (basic, smokey, use of glitters)
-Eyelash & eyebrow correction
-Face shape and blush application technique accordingly
-Lipstick shade selection and application
-Navratri tips
-Practice on self 

HAIR STYLING
-Use of heating tools on self
-Front section Hair styling
-Fancy Braids
-Quick Buns
-Smart Ponies
-Practice on Self
-Navratri add ons

With hoards to learn, head down to this workshop to have fun, experiment with colors, learn the beauty secrets and discover the new glamorous YOU! Cheers.

You can also follow them on Facebook, for the latest updates: www.facebook.com/Finesse-395590790602012

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