Go-Go Amy, the founder of New York City's internationally celebrated burlesque troupe "The Pretty Things Peepshow," is teaming up with Boudoir Louisville this Saturday May 28th at 1pm to provide a Pin-Up Class in conjunction with the Beatersville Car Show.
Go-Go Amy is known for her ability to transform "normal" girls into pin-up goddesses. Ruth La Ferla of the New York Times Style Section says,
"Go-Go Amy... Brims with the kind of professional wisdom that could turn any latter-day Twiggy into Betty Paige."
Sign me up!
For only $250 you'll be treated to the DELUXE makeover pin-up package. Learn all of Go-Go Amy's pin-up secrets including ways to integrate cool vintage makeup looks into your everyday life. You'll receive a goodie bag and a free course book ($25 value) so you won't forget everything you learned by Monday morning. This fabulous vintage makeover also includes your very own pin up photo shoot! You'll learn not only hair and makeup, but how wardrobe, posing, and modeling tricks can transform you into a true modern glamor girl - and you'll have the pictures to prove it.
*One thing to note- you don't have to be a certain size or shape to be transformed into a pin-up girl. Go-Go Amy believes that every woman should celebrate her body and is thrilled to teach the makeup tips she's learned along the way to help bring out all of her students' inner vintage vixen.
The talented Ryan Armbrust of Boudoir Louisville will be photographing all of the budding boudoir bombshells. Not only does he represent the premier Boudoir Photography Studio here in town, he also offers workshops for photographers interested in pin-up photography. Check out his website to see samples of his incredible work.
Seats are VERY limited so contact Boudoir Louisville at email@example.com to reserve your spot today. You'll receive a confirmation email with the address and what to bring.
Photos: Courtesy Ryan Armbrust of Boudoir Louisville.
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