Make Up & Styling with Make Me A Woman
Looking for help and advice in makeup application or simply wanting to sit back and enjoy the experience of being made up?
Finding online tutorials don’t really work for you?
Feeling stressed and confused at department store makeup counters?
Wanting to look in the mirror and see your authentic feminine self, but needing some assistance to make your dream come true?
Requiring help in choosing clothes to flatter your size and shape and give you the womanly form you’ve always wanted?
Successful make-up application is the key to creating the confident, feminine woman you have always wanted to be.
Founded by Megan Brennan and Louise Jarvis, Make Me A Woman offers makeovers and make-up tuition for the transgender woman. You can choose either to simply enjoy the experience of being made up, or you can be taught how to apply makeup using the correct products for your skin type, enabling you to confidently create the perfect look for you, whether day, evening or glamour.
Make Me a Woman first came to light when Megan, a trans female herself, first began to live as a woman and identified a need for this type of service provided in a discreet and sympathetic environment.
Before & Afters
Louise is a make-up artist with a special interest in transgender makeup, who after a career in the NHS, decided to pursue her desire to become an advocate for transgender women to help them master the art of makeup.
Louise attended the prestigious London Makeup School where she gained an internationally recognised ITEC level 2 diploma with distinction in make-up application, both theory and practical. She has also undergone further training in mature makeup and male to female makeup. Louise is registered with the British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology.
Contact us today to schedule your appointment! Costs can be found on our Price List.
How Much Does It Cost?
Make up & Styling FAQ’s
How much does Make up & Styling cost?
Please contact us for more information! Be sure to ask about our financing options.
What happens at the consultation for Make up & Styling?
An initial consultation will be carried out to determine the goals for your treatment, make note of any associated asymmetries/abnormalities, and a treatment plan will be determined to achieve the ideal result for each individual.
How do I prepare for my treatment?
The London Transgender Clinic strongly advises that you stop smoking to weeks prior to your treatment. Avoid aspirin/ibuprofen type analgesics for 2 weeks before and after your treatment.
What happens on the day of treatment?
Our treatment plans are individualized for each of our patients. Every treatment will vary. Please contact us to learn more. We are here to answer any of your questions!.
What aftercare will be provided for me?
The care of each patient, before, during and after surgery or treatment at the London Transgender Clinic is second to none. We have on-call nurses available for our patients 24 hours a day and follow up appointments to ensure complete patient satisfaction.
What happens if there is a complication?
All surgical procedures have an inherent risk of complications despite the highest standard of care. The majority of complications, however, are either uncommon ( < 5 % ) or rare ( < 1 % ). It is essential that before you agree to undergo any surgery or treatment that you ask about and fully understand the risks and side-effects of the procedure. Reputable surgeons will always emphasise the risks and side effects and never provide guarantees.
If a complication develops after your treatment, Mr Inglefield would carry out any further treatment to ameliorate this, at no additional surgical fee to you, the patient. (Hospital and Anaesthetist Fees may apply).
If you are unsatisfied with the results of your treatment after a suitable amount of time has been allowed for healing and maturation of the treatment within the first year, no additional fees will be required.
However, Mr Inglefield is unlikely to waive his fee if any of the following pertain
- The patient ignored the post-operative instructions.
- The patient failed to attend for the agreed postoperative examinations.
- The patient sustained physical injury out of our control.
– Written on September 4, 2018
Make me a woman with Louise & Megan – Transgender M2F – Gabby XOXO
About me , Hi my name is Gabby am a M2F Trans, I made an appointment to do a makeup session “make me a woman” with Louise & Megan, I was made to feel very comfortable in a discreet, sympathetic environment as this was my first visit to the clinic & it won’t be my last, having seriously struggled with makeup DIY with google and just got so fed up with it, I was so pleased I booked this makeup session as the results were like more than I expected it was like is that really me when Louise got finished, it was hard to take it all in if that makes any sense. It was too much for me to take in at first, I was blown away.
This helped to further bring me along my trans journey. As i had always before looked in the mirror and the reflection back was without makeup this time with it was like “oh my god”, “is that really me”.
Also Louise has a friend who does really great wigs so no need to buy one ask her about the one’s she has to sell they are very good quality and the price is competitive.
5+ stars is not enough if I could give more I would