Though clowns are born with the instinctual ability to apply makeup, as they must perform to survive, human babies must be taught how to properly accentuate their mammalian faces. Watch and learn from the masters with today's Groupon to Rouge Cosmetics in Salem. Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get a 90-minute private makeup lesson (a $75 value).
- For $49, you get a 90-minute private makeup lesson for two (a $150 value).
- For $250, you get a “Girls Night Out” makeup party for up to 10 (a $500 value), which includes provided snacks and invites guests to bring their own beverages. Parties must be booked two weeks in advance and can be reserved on Thursdays, Fridays, or Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The professional makeup artists at Rouge Cosmetics furbish faces with expert makeup applications and demonstrate helpful maquillage maneuvers in a friendly, award-winning cosmetics boutique. Customized to the individual lifestyle, number of mouths, and fashion taste of each student, a private makeup lesson employs the experience of a professional makeup artist to equip students with knowledge of the proper tools, products, and techniques. Each student leaves the lesson with a personalized makeup guide with cosmetic tips, which works as a cheat sheet when buying products, applying makeup, or engaging in a presidential primary debate with Max Factor.
Alternatively, groups of gals can schedule a makeup party to take in savvy cosmetics cues from a pro while snacking on complimentary cheese and crackers and sipping on libations toted from home. The instructor teaches attendees how to apply three unique evening looks, provides tutelage in false lash application, and demonstrates how makeup—when applied correctly—can make an everyday housecat pass for Wilford Brimley. Partiers that purchase $100 or more worth of products at the event also receive a special gift to go along with the purchase.
Alejandra Kough, the newest owner and store manager of Rouge Cosmetics, has personally tested every product in her store, from the eye shadows to the moisturizers to the body fragrances. In addition to time-tested favorites from industry leaders such as Nars, Stila, and bareMinerals, clients also find products from more exclusive brands such as Darphin and Blinc, whose “Kiss Me” mascara has graced the lashes of celebrities Jessica Alba, Rachel McAdams, and Jessica Rabbit.
Most of the aestheticians and makeup artists at Rouge have experience working at photo shoots and fashion shows, so they’re primed to help customers with a range of beauty needs. During private makeup lessons, they guide customers through popular techniques such as the smokey eye, and also acquaint them with tools and beauty products tailored to their personal style. The shop offers several other services, including bridal makeup and false lash applications.
322 Derby St.
Salem, Massachusetts 01970