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FCC Teen Skin Care & Make-Up Workshop for Girls 13-18yrs

  • 02/20/2016
  • VickyC5 Salon, 122 W. 29th Street, 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10001
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FCC Teen Skin Care and Make-Up Workshop


Date:        Saturday, February 20, 2016

Time:        10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Location:            VickyC5 Salon

                        122 W. 29th Street, 2nd Fl. (betw. 7th Ave. and Ave. of the Americas)

                        New York, NY 10001

Fee:                        $5 for FCC Members Age 13 - 18

Register Early! Workshop Limited to 15 Participants

This fun and informative 2 ½ hour workshop will cover fundamental aspects of skin care and make-up. It will give teens ages 13-18 the confidence and knowledge to apply make-up easily and to enhance their natural beauty. This workshop is appropriate for both those teens who love their make-up and want to learn correct application techniques or for those who are currently unsure about the make-up process.

Teens will learn:

  • Fundamentals for healthy skin care
  • Age appropriate styles
  • Colors and shades that enhance your skin tone and facial features
  • Correct amount of make-up to use and how to apply it
  • Techniques to cover blemishes
  • What products to use

Led by senior make-up artists from the VickyC5 Salon – New York’s leading make-up and beauty salon for Asian women. With over 18 years of international experience in fashion, weddings, film, music videos and more, the VickyC5 team offers clients an entire package of image industry experts who work collaboratively to deliver award-quality results.

Questions? contact Gary, e-mail or by phone 917-922-3857

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"C double A", formerly FCCNY.

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2300 18th St NW Lobby
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