Makeup Workshop Series with Khandiz Joni

Spring is in the air and we’re kicking off the season by hosting a three part workshop with natural and organic beauty artist Khandiz Joni. During three evenings throughout April and May - 16th April, 30th April and 14th May - Khandiz will be taking over the salon to bring you a practical introduction to subject, where you can hone your skills and learn more about the “green” beauty industry.

We’re big fans of Khandiz here in the salon and are in constant admiration of her work that spans editorial, film and fashion, as well as her directional online beauty platform, Untainted. Her knowledge and experience are second to none and we couldn’t think of a better tutor to get you feeling inspired and clued up.

Each masterclass is broken down into different elements. Whether you’re looking to go back to basics or perfect your eyeshadow game, Khandiz will be showing her tricks of the trade and teaching you professional skills. No prior experience is required - just bring yourself. You can attend all three parts of the workshop series for a complete insight into the subject or book just one to focus on one aspect.

The sessions will run from 6-8pm, with complimentary drinks and an exclusive 10% off all makeup on the evenings. We can’t wait to see you there! Email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to book and scroll down to find out more about what each workshop involves.

16th April: Mastering the Basics
30th April: Changing Shapes
14th May: Tones and Techniques

6-8pm at Glasshouse Salon

£90 for three / £35 for one

Image: Betina du Toit / Khandiz
Image: Betina du Toit / Khandiz

16th April: Mastering the Basics

This hands-on workshop will teach you how to master your makeup base - from prepping the skin to finding the right foundation and using concealer - Khandiz will cover all the basics with a live demonstration. If you’re keen to get to grips with natural and organic makeup and learn how to create the perfect canvas, this workshop will show you how and let you get practical at the same time.

You will also get acquainted with the natural and organic makeup industry through Khandiz’s expert knowledge and experience. The workshop will help you understand why the market has increased in popularity and what the future holds. How does this kind of makeup differ from synthetic-based makeup? What are the benefits? Which ingredients should we look out for and why? You’ll also be introduced to the cult “green” brands we have on offer at Glasshouse from the likes of RMS, Ilia and Jane Iredale.

30th April: Changing Shapes

Building on the canvas that you learnt in workshop one, Changing Shapes will help you embellish that base in the most natural, flattering style. Learn how to contour in a way that accentuates your best features, using gentle products that are kind to the skin. Let Khandiz guide you through the world of highlighting - from light-catching skin to the much-desired healthy “glow” - and make the most out of your brows in a way that suits you.

This workshop will allow you to get practical with all of the great products we have on offer, whilst discovering more about each brand and some of the key powerful ingredients. You’ll leave feeling armed and ready to embrace the next step of your makeup routine.

Image: AL&K for Glasshouse Shop
Image: AL&K for Glasshouse Shop

14th May: Tools and Techniques

The final workshop will take you out of your comfort zone when it comes to makeup. Learn how to select the right colours for your skin tone and master the techniques to take your beauty routine a step further. Whether that’s the perfect smokey eye, a pencil-neat lip or a coloured eyeshadow - Khandiz will be on hand to show you how and arm you with the confidence to recreate the looks at home. There are no limitations with natural and organic makeup: we want to show you how to make the most of the colours, textures and tools that green beauty has to offer.

To book your ticket, please drop us a line at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). We can’t wait to see you there.

Cover image: Charlie McKay for Glasshouse Salon

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