Inuhele2022 -Vintage Makeup 101

  • $5.00


Inuhele; Atlanta's Tiki Weekend, features a Tipsy Crafting Track.

These are free and low cost instructional classes available for attendees of Inuhele; you must have a ticket to Inuhele to participate. 

Purchase tickets here and you will receive a confirmation email and be added to the class roster.

Details on the convention here.
Tickets can be purchased directly here.

Price: $5

Class size: 25

When: Saturday 4:00 - 5:00 pm

 

Jenna Beth has been in the beauty field for over 20 years, and now she's sharing some of her makeup tips and tricks with you! Internationally published covergirl Jenna will take you through the basics of vintage makeup for a classic 50s / 60s look, while demonstrating on her model - Francean Fanny. Feel free to bring your own vanity mirror if you would like to follow along or team up with a friend and try out makeup techniques on each other. For those wanting to try out the look in class, bringing the following is recommended: loose powder, cheek palette or blush, eye shadow palette, liquid eye liner, mascara,  eyebrow pencil, lashes and glue, lip liner and lipstick. See you in beauty school! 😘)


Miss Jenna Beth has a penchant for all things vintage, from burlesque performer extraordinaire, to national and internationally published Pin-up model. She began modeling in 2006, and since then has added over 30 national and international magazine covers to her credit. She now is a national officer for the international pinup girls group, The Luscious Ladies.Her onstage burlesque performances are known for being over-the-top- sparkling and feathery- often accompanied by large feather fans and headdresses, which earned her such monikers as “The Feathery Fox”, “The Sparkling Jewel of South Florida” and later winning the title of Queen of Kansas City.  In 2013 she started appearing on stages nationwide, including productions from New York to LA, and later internationally in Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Belgium, Canada, Scotland, Czech Republic, and Iceland! Her love for tiki began over a decade ago when she lived across the street from the Mai Kai and she was immediately hooked. More recently she performed at both the Hukilau and the Hi-Tide Summer Holiday with Hula Girls in 2019 and the following year collaborated to create her pinup tiki mug designed by Tiki Tum, rendered by No Sleep Till Cosplay and Bulletproofzero, and produced in Italy by MakaTiki. And in 2021 she was published in Exotica Moderne issue 11!  To keep up with where you can find her next for shows, appearances and publications follow her on Instagram @jennabeth0926 


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