Sir John teaches the art of makeup on a revolutionary new virtual education platform, Assemble
Global makeup artist and creative director Sir John to teach step-by-step makeup artistry course on the online educational platform Assemble
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LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, Dec 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The first course released on the groundbreaking new virtual education platform Assemble, features makeup artist, thought leader and global activist Sir John . Assemble offers a series of original content, including lessons taught by eminent Black and Brown innovators and leaders from all walks of life. Founded by actor Jesse Williams, music director Cortez “Tez” Bryant, entrepreneur Cortney Woodruff and philanthropist Avrell Stokes, the platform aims to guide and inspire young people and learners throughout their journey in current and emerging professional fields.
Leading the group of instructors, Sir John is a dynamic force in the beauty and fashion industry who has worked with notable clients including Naomi Campbell, Beyonce, Priyanka Chopra, Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, Zendaya , Mary J. Blige, and more. A master at her craft, her awe-inspiring looks have appeared in print and video on the global media landscape.
Sir John is a credentialed thought leader and lifelong activist in the beauty industry. As the US Creative Director of L’Oréal USA, Sir John launched the L’Oréal US Diversity Council which was launched earlier this year. He is also a newly elected board member of the Black In Fashion Council and has consulted with some of the best beauty and PR companies in the industry to educate and advocate for inclusion and representation. He was also instrumental in helping frontline workers amid the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing together brands to help with needed skin care in hospitals across the country.
The Art of Makeup course includes tutorials on the history of beauty and fashion, development of your personal brand, shade and light, tan and eyebrows, knowledge of your craft, foundation 101 and much more. It also includes a bonus interview with Assemble co-founder Jesse Williams.
Assemble is offering a limited free trial for the month of December. Members will be able to access classes for free until New Years. To get started, register on Assemble.FYI.
Assemble aims to inspire and create new dreams and visions of the future for all BIPOC young learners (black, indigenous and people of color). The educational platform is redefining what success and learning looks like by harnessing the talent and expertise within the BIPOC community to expand information literacy and our passions into professions. Learn more at https://assemble.fyi/ and follow the journey on social media by following @ assemble.begreat on all platforms.