Acrylic Makeup ClassesPaint and sip with canvases is tried and true, but we know a lot of our guests are up for a little adventure with their art. Many of our studios teach painting for wine bottles, wood pallets, canvas tote bags, glass blocks and beyond. Guests nationwide have loved the creative challenge of new mediums! So it made sense to us to take on a new artistic challenge: makeup and sip classes! After all, there is no canvas more beautiful than the human face.
Starting this month, select Pinot’s Palette studios will offer weekly in-studio makeup tutorials, with each event focusing on a different set of techniques. Not sure how it’s supposed to work? Here’s an example of one of our signature techniques: Acrylic Contouring!
These events will be led by the same studio artists you already know and love! Most of them have spent the last few months diligently working toward nationally-recognized makeup artist certifications. We’ve discovered that classically trained artists make truly incredible makeup artists because they innately understand the dynamic relationships between face shape, skin tone, skin texture, lighting and much more.
For canvas painting, Pinot’s Palette uses non-toxic, quick-drying acrylic paint. And that’s exactly what we’ll be using for our makeup classes. This gives us an incredible spectrum of colors to work with! If you’ve been to our paint and sip classes, then you know you can create infinite shades of color with proper mixing and blending techniques. (We even have metallic paints for flashier looks!)
You’ll be able to adapt the skills you learn in Pinot’s Palette makeup classes to your particular style, whether you’re all glitz and glamour or you prefer a more natural look. We’d love to have you as one of our first makeup and sip guests – all men and women welcome! We’ve got something for everybody.
Not sure if you can pull off acrylic contouring? That’s perfectly reasonable, because you can’t. No one can. However, we’d like to wish you a very happy April Fool’s Day, and remind you that acrylic paint is NOT recommended as a facial decoration. Honestly, it’ll make you look like a clown and might clog your pores.
To paint on a canvas (or wine bottle, wood pallet or tote bag), see what your local studios have to offer! Find painting event calendars for studios near you at https://www....com/locations