1930s Makeup Tutorial

JazzMAD’s Sharon Davis modelling for English Heritage’s latest historic makeup tutorial series – this time the 1930s! See Sharon dancing around the glorious art deco Eltham Palace in London!

Fashion Historian Amber Butchart and Makeup Artist Rebecca Butterworth create a 1930s-inspired look on model and professional swing dancer Sharon Davis at Eltham Palace in London, a historic site managed by English Heritage. With English Heritage historian, Dr Andrew Hann, explore the 1930s and the lives of Stephen and Virginia Courtauld who transformed the medieval palace into an art deco masterpiece.

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Lindy Hop Follower? Here’s 9 reasons why you should learn to Lead too!



Leading and Following in Lindy Hop are both fun roles with a different – but equally challenging – set of skills and different outlets for creativity. Typically students choose a role in their first class and stick with that role forever. But at JazzMAD we encourage all our students to learn and social dance both roles. If you take our Swing Dance Beginners Course you will learn to Lead and to Follow from day one. And all our higher level classes use gender neutral language to support students dancing in non-traditional roles. There’s so many reasons learning both roles is a good idea – technically, musically, creatively, socially! Continue reading Lindy Hop Follower? Here’s 9 reasons why you should learn to Lead too!