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Mirabella gives advanced make-up tips to stylists

Stacey Soble | July 10, 2011 | 8:52 PM
Mirabella gives advanced make-up tips to stylists
Make-up artist Tasha Dubreuil takes a model’s
daytime make-up to a dramatic evening look.


An intensive three-day course, Mirabella Beauty’s Master Educator Colour Academy taught established make-up artists advanced techniques, marketing strategies for growing make-up sales and tips for training other make-up artists.

THE VENUE: The training room at Mirabella’s new headquarters in Santa Clarita, California.

THE DETAILS: Led by Darlene Zemrod, Mirabella’s national trainer, the course trained participants in new strategies for transforming natural daytime make-up into dramatic evening looks; creating looks for mature clients; bridal and special-occasion make-up, glam holiday looks and make-up for media work. Each afternoon, participants practiced the techniques on live models.

“The past year, Mirabella Beauty has elevated its image, packaging, product formulas and color selection. Now, we are raising our educational standards with this new top-tier program,” says Adrienne Kramer, president. “This exclusive event was designed for the most talented make-up artists who wanted to learn the entire Mirabella curriculum in three days. Upon completion, they are ready to teach and work VIP events and on platform, as well as to succeed at the salon, spa and make-up studio.”

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