With the right techniques and practice, any woman can achieve perfectly defined eye brows says Refilwe Jacob, owner of local company, Filwe Complete Make-up. Jacob was speaking on the sidelines of the just-ended Women’s Etiquette Brunch. The annual event was held on Saturday at the Grand Palm Hotel.
Her mission right now, is to teach women across the country, these techniques so that they become self-taught make-up artists. Her observation is that all women wish to learn and master how to do their own make-up, and she hopes that with her services they can achieve that goal.
One of the things that women need to understand, she says is that eyebrows, when they are applied correctly, can change your face and even your look. She adds that eye brows are not identical twins, and that they should be treated differently when it comes to application.
“I want to share with women the right techniques, so that they can become experts,” says Jacob. She reminds women that there is make-up for different times of the day- evening, and day. Jacob also notes that women must also remember that make-up is used to enhance one’s beauty, boost confidence and also give one a glow. “When one is wearing make-up, their faces have that radiance that can be seen a mile away,” she says.
She says that one of the things that she picked when it comes to make-up is that eyebrows are a major problem hence she has embarked on a journey to teach others the right techniques of doing their eye brows. It is on this backdrop that she has embarked on a journey to share and teach women the art of crafting their eyebrows through Perfectly Defined Eye Brows Masterclasses.
Jacob’s, Make-up artist travels all over the country and goes where her services are needed. In the coming weeks, she will share her knowledge with audiences in Gaborone, Maun, and Palapye where she will be presenting her Masterclasses. Her campaign will begin in Palapye (Mogonono Hotel) on October 6th, Gaborone (Bathopele Lodge) on October 27th, Francistown (The Nest Lodge) on November 3rd, and Maun (Nhabe Museum) on December 1st.