Get the perfect look at home

It’s the end of the year, which means weddings, Christmas get together’s and New Year eve parties.

Published: 06th December 2013 01:37 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2013 01:38 PM   |  A+A-

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It’s the end of the year, which means weddings, Christmas get together’s and New Year eve parties. That makes hopping to the parlour every other day to make sure you’re looking your gorgeous best rather difficult and impractical. That’s where Ash Kaur has offered to step in.

A make up artist and hairstylist based in London, she will be conducting a four-day workshop to give ladies the desired know-how when it comes to going glam. With nearly 10 years of experience, she sure does have a lot to offer and promises to introduce the western quick-fixes to the Indian woman. Stylist for designers like James Farreira, Ramesh Dembla and celebrities such as Zarine Khan, Regina Cassandra and Catherine Tresa, you’re sure in good hands.

Talking about what else to expect at the workshop and a little more, she shares, “It is aimed at facilitating women to do their own make up and style their own hair. There is theory as well as a lot of practice involved. As per the interest of the applicants, I have planned an advanced course as well and if everything works out, I might set up my own team here.”

Besides helping the average woman, Kaur is also looking at starting an NGO for training underprivileged women in the basics of make up so they can set up their own parlours. “As long as you have the skill, you can pretty much stand on your own with basic equipment,” she opines. 

The workshop will take place from December 17 to 20 in the city. For details, log on to facebook.com/Artistashkaur1.

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