WHAT: Struggling with false eyelashes? Come learn from veteran stage performer and award winning illustrator and designer, Kaeshi Chai. This workshop is useful for beginner to professional dancers who want to look their best during a special performance. Transform your face into a work of art so your expressions read from a distance and your natural beauty is enhanced using eye shadow, blush and much more. Witness Kaeshi Chai’s stage makeup routine first hand and try some of her methods out under her guidance.
“Loved it! Left looking like a beauty queen!” – Dalia Carella
“As an absolute beginner to stage make-up, I found it overwhelming… Kaeshi’s workshop eased my apprehension.” – Qi Zhou
“I loved the handouts that had details of products used in class. Kaeshi teaches in such a clear, organized way that is easy to follow and understand. We are looking forward to the next makeup workshop.” – Marie Richardson
“I recommend this workshop for anyone from novice to the expert. Kaeshi simplified the application techniques and took the intimidation out of it.” – Nahla
WHEN: Saturday December 22nd 1-4pm
WHERE: Woodside, NY (Message Kaeshi for the exact address)
Closest Subways: LIRR to 61 St, 7 to 69 St, R to 65 St, F-E to Roosevelt 74 St
COST: $45 adv / $55 after Feb 10
WHO: Kaeshi Chai is a dancer and teacher trainer based in NYC who co-founded the professional dance company and school, Bellyqueen, and also PURE (Public Urban Ritual Experiment), a global community of artists focused on empowerment and social change through dance and music. Kaeshi has performed and taught extensively internationally, and is an alumni member of the Bellydance Superstars, Jillina’s Bellydance Evolution and Kenji William’s Bella Gaia. One of her all-time joys is dancing to live music.
She teaches at the Bellyqueen School of Dance, leads creative labs using Sprint methodology to create full-length theatrical dance shows in 3-4 days and curates an annual PURE Conference.
www.kaeshi.com | www.bellyqueen.com | www.pureglobe.org
Please bring your makeup supplies which could include:· Skincare products (Cleanser or makeup remover and moisturizer)
· Makeup brushes
· Foundation or powder
· Eye Shadow (Light, medium, dark)
· Eye liner (liquid or pencil)
· Eyelash Glue (I like Revlon Precision Clear Adhesive)
· Lip pencils
· LipstickNote: Try to bring as much as you can from the above lists, however if you want to wait until you attend the workshop to be introduced or try out different products before you buy anything new, then it is fine if you don’t bring a specified item.
CONTACT: Please call (917)515-0168 or e-mail email@example.com to RSVP or with questions.