In the World of Charming.. We are…

… Sharing our passions
… Trying to make a difference one charming workshops at a time
… Putting more feathers in our cap to diversify and grow
… Keeping a small business floating in tough times
… Keeping busy
… Challenging ourselves
… Having Fun!

Yes, in our little world of charming, its a balancing act… but, we are no different to you, you all know about balancing life, family, work, pleasure and the dollars that make it all go around I’m sure..

I am truly grateful though.. I am blessed to be able to do what I love and love what I do and have the best husband and children and family around to support me and the most wonderful community of Vintage Fabulous women to encourage and inspire me… So THANK YOU…

Whats in this Newsletter so you can scroll to what’s relevant or of interest to you so you don’t have to read it all if you don’t want to or have the time to:

  1. NEW:   1930’s Vintage Hairstyling Tutorial for you;
  2. ADELAIDE:  (July) – Workshops, Community Talks and Young Ladies Charm School;
  3. MELBOURNE:  (June/July) – The Vintage Emporium Tyabb – Workshop, Plus: Night Life Exhibition at Rippon Lea Estate – I’m doing lots here…AND Overnewton Castle – Young Ladies Charm School, Vintage Styling and Afternoon Tea;
  4. GOLD COAST – (June/July/August) Young Girls (8-14yo) Charm School, plus Vintage Styling Workshops & A Very Swellagant Affair;
  5. Our Latest Vintage makeovers and Photoshoots from Sydney;
  6. Who is Marian Marsh?

Here is the first of a few new Vintage Styling Tutorials I have just finished.  I will put them up as we finish editing them but for now, enjoy this easy 1930’s inspired Vintage Hairstyle.

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ADELAIDE: – Workshops, Community Talks and Young Ladies Charm School.

We are heading to Adelaide and offering the following exciting things to do.  If you know of anyone in your circles or in the greater Adelaide Area that might be interested then please feel free to forward.. especially to girls schools and media so as to help get the word around..  

**Our FIRST time offering this fabulous & very popular Mini Workshops for Young Ladies – 8-14 Year olds**  Click on Flyers below for more information on content.

**  FRIDAY 14TH OF JULY – You an just turn up for the Friday Free Community Talk.

**  SATURDAY 15TH OF JULY – Bookings for the Vintage styling (All ages) workshop can be made online HERE

**  SUNDAY 16TH OF JULY – Bookings for Young Girls 8-14YO charm School can be made by EMAILING me to register: LINDYCHARMSCHOOL@GMAIL.COM


MELBOURNE:  (June/July) 
Sunday 25th June -Vintage Styling Workshop – Tyabb – You can Book OnlineHERE


Friday 21st July – Rippon Lea House – Nightlife:  Fashion Show & High Tea – Book HERE

Enjoy a delightful afternoon in the Rippon Lea Ballroom with all that a lady really needs, fashion and food!

Miss Chrissy from The Lindy Charm School for Girls will be hosting the afternoon with a sip of manners and a touch of etiquette.

Enjoy watching gorgeous fashion from bygone eras, brought to you from Vintage Caf, the Vintage Emporium and Once More With Feeling, while eating a selection of sweet and savoury delicacies from Made by Misty and sipping a cup of tea.

Ticket includes admission to the Night Life fashion exhibition prior to 2pm.

Saturday 22nd July – Overnewton Castle – Young Ladies Charm School, Vintage Styling Workshops and High Tea with a Sip of Manners – Further Information and Bookings HERE

Sunday 23 July – Rippon Lea Estate – 1920’s Hair and Makeup Masterclasses

 

11am-1pm – Old Hollywood Glamour Hair Styles
Want that screen goddess glamour hair style to suit your face, hair type and intended outfit or occasion, then this workshop is for you. Miss Chrissy from The Lindy Charm School for Girls will show you simple tricks to achieve those iconic looks of the 1920’s – Faux Bobs, Pin Curls, Kiss Curls and simple waves that you can create at home.
Tickets are $80 per person. BOOK HERE

2pm-4pm – 1920’s Makeup: Face in Time…
Fueled by the suffragette movement and the advent of the modern women, the 1920’s marked a resurgence in the use of makeup for women.  Step on to the silver screen with us and Miss Chrissy from The Lindy Charm School for Girls will guide you through the iconic looks of the Old Hollywood Glamour of the silent era through to the talkies so you will be ready for your close at any time.
Note: Please bring a stand up mirror and your make up from home.
Tickets are $80 per person. BOOK HERE

Sunday 30th July with 1930s Hair & Beauty

11am-1pm –  Curls, Waves & All That Jazz 
Want to find a hair style to suit your face, outfit and occasion?  Learn how to style your hair with curly coifs, soft waves, brush outs and centre parts. All of these 30’s looks are achievable by all, so come along and let Miss Chrissy from The Lindy Charm School for Girls show you how.
Tickets are $80 per person. BOOK HERE

2pm-4pm – Kiss & Makeup
With the Crash of 29 dividing rich and poor more than ever and with war looming, the 30’s brought with them some dark days ahead… This called for some clever escapism from the doom and gloom. Hollywood sprang into action churning out some of the most famous screen goddesses in history. Women flocked to the cinema then the makeup counter especially after the release of the first technicolour movie: “Gone with the Wind” in which Max Factor showcased his pancake makeup. Let Miss Chrissy from The Lindy Charm School for Girls take you on a journey with changing colours and applications of the 1930’s face.
Note: Please bring a stand up mirror and your make up from home.
Tickets $80 per person. BOOK HERE


Gold Coast – Young Ladies Workshops (8-14yo) – School Holiday Programs

Wednesday 28th June 10am – 11.30am and 12 – 1.30pm
Wednesday 5 July 10am – 11.30am and 12 – 1.30pm

EMAIL childs name and age and which sessions you would like:  LINDYCHARMSCHOOL@GMAIL.COM

Have a read of what it’s all about HERE

QT Gold Coast – SATURDAY 26TH OF AUGUST

1940’s/1950’s Pin Up/Vintage Styling – 3 Workshops – 1 day – Take your Pick or do them all..

Vintage Styling is not as easy as You Tube makes out, I understand that. I learnt from original techniques and a whole lot of practice.. READ MORE AND BOOK HERE

Gold Coast:  – A Very Swellagant Affair – Saturday 12th of August 2017 – A Night of Nights – Taking Bookings Now.  Email:  DANCE@SWINGONIN.COM.AU  – Keep up to date with this via the EVENT PAGE

A Very Swellegant Affair

 


One of the most favourite parts of what I do is the transformations, the makeovers and the photoshoots, here’s a look at the most recent makeovers I have done.  All MUAH and styling by me and Pics by Brooke Orchard Photography.

These lovely ladies came from every direction of Sydney, they also came from different lifestyles, careers, circumstances with one common thread… they wanted to do this for them, it was their time, they were worth it and it was a pamper session to indulge themselves.  I am so blessed to be a part of their individual journey and although these Mini shoots are only but a couple of hours , the effect and memory last a lifetime.  It’s a feel good exercise thats for sure.   Thanks Clare, Tash, Karen, Kathy, Polly & Liz for trusting us with your makeover memories.   click here to see FULL GALLERY


Who’s is Marian Marsh?  she was the inspiration for my 1930’s hair tutorial above.  A gorgeous, yet little known, actress from the 30’s.

Born Violet Ethelred Krauth in Trinidad on 17/10/1913 and Died 9/11/2006 in Palm Springs California.  One of the early sound era’s most attractive young leading ladies, doll-faced Marian Marsh enjoyed a short yet significant film career as the star of several memorable 1930s melodramas opposite some of the cinema’s best, most charismatic lead actors. Her youthful, wide-eyed innocence combined with an innate delicacy to make a storybook heroine who was the perfect counterbalance to the licentious characters who often menaced her on film. So successful was she as a damsel in distress that she quickly became typecast, which impeded her development as an actress and helped bring her film career to a premature end.  READ MORE

Til next time,

Stay Charming,

Miss Chrissy xx

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