I have been given the opportunity to become a Jemma Kidd associate tutor and before I commit to it I would love some feedback to ensure I would get enough interest.
The concept is simple.....
Get eight to ten friends together at home and have a 2-hour masterclass on every element of your makeup – foundation, eyes, cheeks, lips and application tips, for £20 each (free for the host).
You’ll learn tricks of the trade and can take away elements to pep up your look.
Each student will have there own work station, brushes, eyeshoadows, facemap etc to work with during the lesson
Jemma Kidd products are available to to buy with a 10% discount but no hard sell the experience is more about the lesson than sales.
You get to choose what looks you want to master, e.g if its a group of models we can focus more on photographic make-up rather than everyday looks.
I would really appreciate some feedback if you think this is something that you would like (even if it's just a quick one liner of yes or no) is it something that you think a group of models would like to do to learn how to do their own make-up for shoots or maybe something you would just like to go with your mates for a giggle and a girls night in, or maybe before a big girls night out?
It's something that I'm really excited about but I would have to pay an outlay for my equipment first so I want to make sure I have done my market research before I commit.
Is there a market for make up for TOG'S (he.he)
Not for them but giving them an idea as to what they could get from their models, and having a little bit of understanding towards the models.
This is something I would go for.
Plus provided you didn't price yourself out of the market, could you not offer your services to camera clubs, on a demonstration basis.