An eyelash once told a tale of a mudslide he had surfed. The disaster took place on the face of an inexperienced girl with too much base in her make-up bag and a ridiculous amount of foundation in her drawers. If you’re not an eyelash, and you don’t want to end up looking like nature has it in for you, sign up for a make- up course with Capture Colour for R105.
Holding true to their name, the Capture Colour employees are cool, level headed information vaults filled with a wealth of colour coordinating knowledge. Rainbows have nothing on them. In fact, if you looked closely enough, you’d be able to see that a rainbow’s colours aren’t really coordinated at all. And no-one’s face should look like a colour wheel chart anyway.
According to the professionals, make-up is designed to enhance your features, not completely reconfigure your face to the point where you look like a rabid raccoon. This is a point that the specialists at Capture Colour take full note of in their classes. Generously distributing morsel upon morsel of valuable information, they’ll equip you with the knowledge needed to execute a flawless and beautiful face of make-up.
The course takes place on Saturdays between 10am and 12pm and can accommodate up to ten people per group. Chances are you know some friends who always draw attention in ways that no-one dares speak of, so kill two birds with one stone and surprise them with this gift. They’ll be over the moon with joy and you can guarantee that after a Capture Colour session, they’ll be capturing tones and shades left, right and centre, and smacking them in exactly the right places.
Make-up Fact: Grapes are rumoured to be an important ingredient in lipstick. The best grapes come from a vineyard in Spain that are pushed through a pipe and then trampled by a hundred bulls. It is said that this enhances the colour of the lipstick.