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Masterclass that edifies make-up artist with an individual outlook

Masterclass that edifies make-up artist with an individual outlook

By Shubho Brota Dev Roy New Delhi, Oct 27(UNI) “An artist makes things concrete and gives them individuality”...goes the saying. Pioneer in the beauty industry Swati Verma who has recently launched her first ever Masterclass in the Capital believes that idea of make-up artist is to make an individual expressive and sensitive to the surroundings as possible.


A total of 109 students from beginners to makeup artists, bloggers and international attendees participated in the Masterclass, an exclusive event organised here for the first time in India to get up-close and personal with the make-up artist Swati Verma.


“I have started the Masterclass after receiving thousands of online requests from my global followers and plans on taking more classes in future in an effort to deliver knowledge and make my followers grow along with me”, said Swati


While talking to UNI on her experience about the Masterclass, the make-up artist expressed, “The class was a hit. I taught three makeup looks first being a day party look then a dramatic smokey eye look and finally my signature bridal look.”


“All the three looks were glamorous and Masterclass attendees were really excited for all the learning. This was for the first time that I have decided to take this class in the heart of the country”, Swati added.


All the attendees received a personally signed certificate from Swati at the end of the event, confirming that they have mastered the fundamentals of pro make-up.


The make-up artist who hails from New Delhi and a prominent figure in beauty league also expressed confidence that whoever she is working with will turn heads in the future. UNI SDR SHK 1044

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