Elite Makeup, Professional MakeUp artist School Shows How Imperial Napoleonic Era is Influencing Make-up of 2007

Share Article

With its make-up for the upcoming 2007 season, Elite Make Up Spain's premier makeup artist school shows that Makeup trends 2007 are going retro and everything old is being reborn.

Elite Make Up, the Professional makeup artist school, proposes modern makeup inspired by the Imperial Napoleonic era.

The inspiration for this look comes from the Imperial Napoleonic era of the 18th century, the century in which a porcelain complexion, highly utilized by bourgeois women, was a symbol of refinement.

Now you may learn this make-up of the season step-by-step at home.

In this mini class, you will learn make-up of the professionals, and how to do this make-up in your house, Step-by-Step, hands-on from the Elite Artistic Director Olga Pastukhova.

According to Olga, "The retro style has great power for fascination, and it must not be forgotten that everything evolves; because of this, I have included principal elements from the era in my make-up, giving it a modern touch"

For the women who are interested in learning more about the fascinating world of professional make-up, Elite Make Up has a weekly newsletter by e-mail with make-up news, information about the world of professional make-up and the step-by-step guides for make-up each season, including the makeup trends for 2007.

The subscription is free; you simply have to visit the web page of EliteMake Up to subscribe.

If you are interested in studying professional Makeup from the comfort of your home, Asuncion Parra Llorente founder of Elite Make Up has just launched a Makeup home study course course that allows you study professional Makeup from the comfort of your home.

Elite Make Up Spain's premier makeup artist school offers professional make-up experts, interviews, beauty and step-by-step guides for the press.

For more information. Contact: martab @ elitemakeup.com



Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Marta Baquez
Visit website