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Students flocking to undergo hair and make-up training at barrister’s South Woodford studio

08:30 08 December 2012

A trained barrister and hair and make-up artist has 500 students on her books after opening a studio last week.

Sarah Kaiser, 27, the founder of Sarah Artistry, welcomed her first group of budding make-up artists.

At her studio in Marlborough Business Centre, George Lane, South Woodford, she is offering a range of courses including improving your make-up skills, an Asian bridal course and professional eyelash classes.

She said: “I’ve had a complete flood of students wanting to start their courses.”

Sarah trained at the London College of Fashion and worked in the industry with catwalk and corporate events while maintaining a legal career. She is offering two promotions, with an hour-and-a-half hair and make-up session reduced from £150 to £55. A hair and make-up workshop is now £50 instead of £150.

Go to www.sarahartistry.com for details of courses and services.

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