Beauty-Aesthetics Workshop plus Snacks and Body Wraps for One or Two from Make Up & Shape Up (Up to 60% Off)

Make Up & Shape Up Owings Mills

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In a Nutshell

Burgeoning makeup artists brush up on their skills at a three-hour workshop that covers important beauty topics and includes a body wrap

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Reservation required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). All students must be enrolled prior to the class start date. Make up kit recommended. Makeup samples and tools will be provided. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $85 for a three-hour Face and Body Aesthetics 101 workshop plus body-wrap treatment for one ($200 value)
  • $159 for a three-hour Face and Body Aesthetics 101 workshop plus body-wrap treatments for two ($400 value)

The beauty workshop covers topics ranging from blending techniques and brush selection to brow shaping. Both options include the materials for practicing eyebrows, but students should bring their makeup bag to get tips on makeup essentials. Light refreshments will be served. The workshop is held inside the same building as the Baltimore County Public Library on the 3rd floor.

Made from elements mined from deep in the earth, mineral cosmetics can be a true gem for your skin. Get the dirt on mineral make-up with Groupon's in-depth exploration.

Mineral Makeup: Rocking Your Face

Aluminum, gold, magnesium, zinc. This brief excerpt from the periodic table forms the basis of most mineral makeup. Although there are no legal standards as to what can be labeled "mineral makeup," the ideal product should have an ingredient list that reads much like the one above—one composed mostly or entirely of mineral elements and devoid of preservatives, dyes, fragrances, and other cosmetic fillers. This lack of artificial ingredients makes mineral makeup a go-to choice for people with sensitive skin (although allergic buyers should check the ingredient list for potential allergens such as iron and copper).

When lightly brushed or blended onto the face, these minerals do more than even out skin tone. Since they’re metallic, the individual particles can catch light to create a healthy, natural glow. Some minerals, such as zinc and titanium, act as natural sunscreens, enhancing the effects of your regular SPF. Others give the makeup colors that range far beyond simple earth tones; for example, copper can yield green hues, while iron imparts shades of deep crimson. Mineral makeup is durable, too. Given that outcroppings of rock themselves endure centuries of wind, rain, and pirate curses, it’s no surprise that mineral makeup stands up to hours of sweat, water, and oil, though it still washes off cleanly with soap. As an additional plus, the makeup's inert ingredients make it inhospitable to bacteria.

A little mineral makeup goes a long way. Because the product's colors are highly concentrated, it only takes a small dab to achieve the desired effect. Lacking any binding ingredients, pure mineral makeup is usually available only as a powder or liquid (a potential downside for lovers of lipstick or aerosol eye shadow).


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