Help­ing to turn dreams for women into re­al­ity

Whitsunday Times - - WHITSUNDAY BUSINESS -

WOMEN dreaming of hav­ing that per­fect look on their wed­ding day, for­mal event or spe­cial oc­ca­sion need to look no fur­ther than Am­cal Can­non­vale in Cen­tro Whit­sun­day.

Makeup artist Sheree Van­der­poll re­cently com­pleted an ad­vanced makeup course spe­cial­is­ing in bridal, spe­cial oc­ca­sions, for­mal makeup and eye­lashes with Napoleon Perdis Makeup Academy in Bris­bane and is ready to help women turn their dreams into re­al­ity.

She said the most im­por­tant fac­tor of com­plex­ion per­fec­tion was to cre­ate a per­fect base for flaw­less look­ing skin.

“The ap­pli­ca­tion of colour de­pends on a woman’s vi­sion for her spe­cial event so it may be ap­plied lightly for a sub­tle ef­fect or with in­creased in­ten­sity for a more dra­matic look,” she said.

“Smokey eye and clas­sic eye tech­niques are com­monly used in bridal and spe­cial oc­ca­sion makeovers and false eye lashes are very big at the mo­ment and help to cre­ate the per­fect fin­ish.”

Ms Van­der­poll said many pro­fes­sional pho­tog­ra­phers now pho­tographed in black and white as well as colour which meant con­tour­ing was es­sen­tial to pre­vent the face look­ing flat.

“A lot of girls are wear­ing the wrong make-up for their skin tone which leaves nasty lines along the jaw line and I am more than happy to colour match a new foun­da­tion and share a few tricks of the trade,” she said.

The Am­cal Chemist has an im­pres­sive range of prod­ucts from Napoleon Perdis, Clar­ins, Revlon, Na­tio, Dr Lewinns and the lat­est hair care prod­ucts and fra­grances to com­plete the make-over in one con­ve­nient lo­ca­tion.

HOT TIPS: Makeup artist Sheree Van­der­poll showed Diane Krause how to ap­ply primer to help pre­pare her com­plex­ion be­fore ap­ply­ing makeup at the Am­cal Chemist in Can­non­vale on Mon­day.

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