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Why train with Smudge-free? Hello Andrew,


“I just wanted to say thank you for this training, it was really fantastic and it did make one of my dreams come true.


"My name is Olivija. I have been in the beauty business nearly six years now. I was a musician all my life, and beauty therapy was a major change in my career. I always had an urge to make people feel good and look beautiful. Five years ago I was introduced to Semi Permanent Make-up back in Lithuania and had my top eyeliner done there as well. I found it fascinating. Back then, I thought to myself that this is something I would love to learn how to do. After being invovled in Spa therapy, I forgot about my secret dream, but a few months ago, it all came back to my mind, and I decided to make another step in my career towards making people look even more beautiful.


Olivija Gadeikiene


“I started doing some research. I really wanted to have the best training, I’m always aiming for the best in anything. I am so happy I found Andrew Stassi with Smudge-free. His work caught my eye right away and I felt that this would be the best training for me.


“I can now say that Andrew Stassi is an artistic professional who teaches the best semi-permanent make-up techniques. The best thing is that the training is one to one, where all the attention is concentrated to your work. Every single movement is noticed and corrected if needed.


“I just put another "check" to my dreams list, thanks to Andrew Stassi. If you are having thoughts about becoming a semi-permanent make-up technician I would definitely recommend you train with Andrew Stassi at Smudge-free.”


Regards, Olivija Gadeikiene, Sidcup


For more details on our courses


in Semi-Permanent Cosmetics and In-salon Treatments visit


www.smudge-free.co.uk or call us on 020 7272 6021


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