Whether you’ve got a hot date with Netflix and your bed or you’re going out to a fancy restaurant, here are a few sweet and bold makeup looks for you to try this Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day calls for a mix of light shades including pink, red and gold tones. There’s no better way to stand out than adding metallic makeup to your eyes. John Casablancas Institute Makeup Artistry graduate Shauni Karbowiak knows how to work the camera to get that insta-glam makeup selfie.
We are loving the graphic black liner trend that Shauni has perfected, along with those metallic eyes! Not only is this look artistic, it’s also simple to create. Check out Shauni’s Instagram page to see what makeup products she used to achieve this look.
JCI Fashion Business & Creative Arts and Makeup Artistry graduate Sayeh Sharelo is not only a beauty influencer and a popular Youtube star, she’s got over 172K followers on her makeup page and 76.4k followers on her fashion page on Instagram. There’s no stopping Sayeh from climbing to the top!
Red Smokey Eye Tutorial
With over 299k Instagram followers, JCI Makeup Artistry graduate and influencer Leigh Dickson is all about creating daring makeup trends. Forget a regular smokey eye, instead, try his red smokey eye look!
“Red can be a tricky shade to blend on the skin but here’s how I get it done!” Press play and watch Leigh’s Youtube tutorial here:
Minimalistic Makeup Look
Valentine’s Day falls on a Wednesday this year and that means most of us will be either working or attending a class until evening. Not too worry. You may not have enough time for a smokey eye, but you can create this soft makeup look within minutes and you’ll still be ready to go out looking fresh after your long day! JCI Makeup graduate Jessica Dent shares her minimalistic makeup look and products used on her Instagram page.
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JCI’s Makeup Artistry Diploma Program has gained an industry-wide reputation for excellence, giving students an exceptional network of contacts and resources when they enter the marketplace. During the 10-month full-time program, students study everything from glamor and special occasion makeup to special effects makeup and prosthetics application techniques. With classes limited to 16 students, individualized attention and encouragement foster each student’s personal and professional growth potential.
John Casablancas Institute is the pioneer of prosthetic lab techniques and face casting in Western Canada. This advanced level of training affords our graduates amazing opportunities and a significant advantage for a career in film, TV or theater.