Face&Body Painting, Make-up

Face&Body Painting, Make-up

Ladies, the most of us already know and appreciate the wonders of makeup and for those of you that don’t yet dabble in the art of makeup, why not learn from the best – our makeup artists.

We’re all beautiful both with and without makeup but we all have insecurities and makeup can be the perfect way to forget about those insecurities and give you that extra bit of confidence. Most of us do the same makeup everyday: a bit of coverage, mascara, maybe filling out your eyebrows and maybe when you go out for a nice dinner or party you take in that extra step further and add some eye shadow or lipstick. We all know though that using makeup your unfamiliar with can be difficult to navigate. Instead of enviously wishing you could do the extravagant wonderful makeup some women have on Instagram, let our makeup artists bring your dreams to reality.

 

And if a hens party is the perfect day to feel like the best most exciting version of yourself then I don’t know what is.

Take a look at the difference makeup can make.

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Your transformed face will be a great topic of discussion for parties where friends of the hen come from interstate or even overseas and may not know each other. We’ve noticed this is often the case and being transformed into a glamorous queen is the perfect way to get everyone feeling confident and get comfortable with each other by discussing something which most of us know and love – makeup.

 

We love it when you come up with a vision of what you would like your makeup, so here are some examples you could use for inspiration, get creative.

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Having an artist create a ‘new identity’ for everyone brings playfulness and relaxes the nerves. And it’s such a treat to let someone create a new, different you!

You could try something arty:

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You could try even more and have your  face and body painted.

One of our bodypainting artists, Kim tells us: “ I find  joy in creating beautiful art in the field of face and body painting. My favourite medium is professional stage make-up painted onto skin. I like its spontaneous fleeting quality and limitless possibilities to try out new concepts. The artistic process itself is fun; we discuss style, colours preferred, subject, lighting, props and so on…and customise the design to suit the individual.”

If the hen or any of the guests are pregnant why not celebrate their beautiful baby bump and what they’ve created through accentuating it using body painting.

 

Maybe you want to create a theme through makeup, for example a masquerade theme. Masks have a fascinating psychological power over us humans. They hide your true identity and give you the opportunity to completely recreate it. People dare to explore under the new persona of a mask. Because the face acts as a primary identification label, disguising it brings freedom.

 

Our makeup artists also love adding fake eyelashes to finish off your new look. Exaggerating your natural eyelashes by adding false ones accentuates your eyes, doing wonders for the final look as you can see below.

 

One of my favourite films always has and will be Burlesque. Embrace the  Christina Aguilera in you and fit the part of a burlesque dancer by having out makeup artist do your makeup burlesque style before you and your girlfriends learn the art of seduction from one of our burlesque instructors.

 

Our team enjoy coming up with their own ideas and tailoring your look to what they think would best suit you, but we also love when you come to us with an idea or inspiration. If you have an idea of the kind of style you would like contact us and we’ll help make your vision become a reality. This hens party requested a fantasy/ glitter theme.

 

Prices for Makeup/Body Painting

Prices vary depending on how extravagant your vision is, hence this is an estimation of the prices.

Makeup:

Simple eyes and lips – $25

+ false lashes – $10

+ glitter – $10

+ facial jewels – $10

Body painting prices vary depending on how detailed the design is, if contact us with an idea of what you would like we will quote you on it.

We can bring make-up &body painting & artist’ party can come to your place  or a city venue. We charge travel costs for venues that further than 10 km from the Adelaide CBD.

To find out more or if you have a wish or an idea and are not sure how to make it happen, let us know and we’ll help you make it reality.

To book a makeup/body painting artist for your hens party or contact us call us on 0410 767 869.

 

A Short History on Makeup

From the copper and lead ore that the ancient Egyptians used to create the world’s first cosmetics to the scientifically advanced products of today that can do everything from hide pores, smooth complexions, and turn the pale green of your eyes a vivid shade of emerald, makeup has been an integral part of humankind for thousands of years. Over the centuries, women used burnt matches to darken their eyes, berries to stain their lips and young boys’ urine to fade their freckles. They even swallowed ox blood in some misguided attempt to improve their complexions.

Women throughout history put their health at risk with many of their homemade cosmetics. In some cultures, for example, women used arsenic, lead, mercury, and even leeches to give themselves the pale appearance deemed beautiful in the old days. Thankfully, we’ve come a long way from the days of using toxic and deadly mixtures to enhance our looks.

 

15 Fun Facts About Makeup

Roman women used belladonna drops to make their pupils look larger and sexier. Of course, belladonna is a poison so this practice didn’t last too long.

The Aztecs used beetles to make red lipstick.

Depending on when and where you were at the time, use of makeup either designated your wealth or your poor morals – it’s changed many, many times over the course of history.

Cleopatra was said to have soaked her ship sails in perfume so everyone could smell her arrival. Talk about having a signature scent.

Apparently, women spend about $15,000 in their lifetime on cosmetics.

Feminists like Elizabeth Cady Stanton wore lipstick as a symbol of freedom from oppression when they marched for the right to vote.

Women in the Elizabethan era resorted to crazy methods to appear beautiful, from shaving their foreheads to using arsenic and lead to keep their skin looking super-pale. They also believed lipstick had magical powers, and Queen Elizabeth was wearing lipstick when she died.

Elizabethan-era women also used coal tar as mascara and liner; many of them went blind.

Another way to keep your skin looking super-pale? LEECHES. Women were “bled” with leeches to keep their skin pale.

geisha facial” includes a special ingredient to fight wrinkles – nightingale poop.

While the Greeks get credit for the origins of the word “cosmetics,” the ancient Egyptians were the first to use makeup.

The Egyptians also get credit for creating perfume, which they used cosmetically and also medically.

Women of the past have used all sorts of crazy ingredients to “cure” things like freckles, from fresh urine to crocodile fat.

The beauty industry generates around $170 billion worldwide.

Estee Lauder was said to have “accidentally” dropped a bottle of her perfume on the floor of a department store so women would smell it and demand to know what it was, therefore creating a customer base for her products.

  • Package:      Face&Body Painting, Make-up
  • Cost:           $25+ minimum of 7

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