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Melbourne Vintage Styling Workshop

8th February 2015


$85  Intro Class

$100 Intermediate Class

$150 for Both

Class Time

Classes begin promptly so please arrive 10 mins prior to class commencement so as not to miss out on any of the fun! Our workshops specialize in participation and everyone getting involved, so to ensure you achieve the most out of our classes we advise you to bring some necessary items.

Things to bring with you:

Your own make up – Don’t stress if you do not possess much but a mascara, eye liner, foundation, cheek stain, & lippy would be good.

Brush, Comb, Bobby pins, Stand UP Makeup Mirror, Hairspray

NB:  Hair is easier to work with if it is not FRESHLY washed…

Styling tools such as hot rollers, foam rollers, curling irons are optional as we instruct you on styles with and without the use of any tools.

** Advanced Workshop attendees need to bring (in addition to basics above)  the following:

Slide Combs (matching your hair colour)

Hot Rollers and/or Hot Sticks

*NB: Well do sell the following items at the workshop if you wish to bring some extra cash with you:

The LCS Essential Perfect Pout Lipstick & Liner Set – $40

The Essential Basic Hair Kit – $35

The LCS Essential Makeup Kit – $90

The Essential Flawless Foundation – $55

The Essential Skunk Brush – Airbrushing Finishing – $24

The Essential Complete Brush Set (Including Skunk Brush) – $125

The Essential Blotting Powder – Our Primer and Finishing Powder – $25

Waist Cinches – $80

Gibson Roll – $10

Bump – $5

Flowers – $10

Snoods – $15

Do Rags – $10

Essential Setting Lotion – $22

Dolly Pegs – $5

Pin Curl Clips – $10

Seamed Nude Fishnets – $20

Reproduction Sunglasses – $20

Workshop Content:


Learn fundamental techniques to set you on your way to creating unique vintage hairstyles.
Basic techniques include:-
Pin curling – Learn to create a perfect pin curl and the basic principles behind pin curl styling.
Victory Rolls – Learn to style your hair using this versatile & classic look

Setting Hair – Learn to use what ever you have (hot rollers, foam rollers, curling iron & pins etc) to give yourself an easy and stylish vintage look.

Fringe care – Tips and tricks for styling your fringe perfectly.

Make Up

Core tips, tricks and basic application techniques.
Begin with a vintage inspired base to build upon. Learn about styles, colours and applications from the 1930’s through to the late 1950’s

Fashion & Textiles – This is dependent largely on time and the requirements of the ladies in workshop.
Learn the importance of undergarments, your posture, deportment, manner, etiquette, charm and poise, plus time permitting, to distinguish different decades by learning about fabrics, patterns & designs. What is and what isn’t vintage… Advice on cuts and styles to suit you, so you can begin to create your unique vintage wardrobe.



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