‘The Glamour Models Grooming & Personality Development Institute’ had conducted Grooming workshop at Damle Hall. The idea of conducting this workshop was to instill corporate etiquette in the youth as well as in the adults and teach them ramp and pageant walk, wardrobe styling, public speaking and voice modulation, make up techniques, skin and hair care, portfolio assistance, posture and poise, business social etiquette, kinesics, and help to build their confidence.
Work shop on Self Make up Techniques was conducted by Beauty expert Reeta Varma. In this demonstration style workshop, she showed how to apply simple and quick day, evening and Party make-up as per the skin tone features and structure.
Business etiquettes, Greeting, Meeting Behaviors, Polished Personal Habits, and Communicating in a confident professional manner. In addition Grooming, Personal Attire, Basics of Dining Etiquette were the areas that were covered by the soft skill trainer Munira Qamri.
Model and Trainer Zoya Patel guided the participants regarding portfolio and its assistance. During the session she interacted with the participants. She said, “the purpose of a modelling portfolio is not only to show the good looks, but it should also demonstrate the ability to portray different characters, age ranges and personality. A complete full portfolio is almost essential for various kind of assignments, like films, TV commercial,TV serials, music videos, print, outdoor, corporate and documentaries etc.”
The workshops were organized by Rohit Shyam Nanaware and Chaitali Ravindra Nehete.
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