» About Us
A top beauty destination in Montreal, Annie Young has been building her business with dedicated craftsmanship and a clear vision of how to create great makeup for over 30 years. If you’re looking to enter an exciting and rewarding career in the art of beauty, The Annie Young School of Makeup will provide you with the best professional training, in a dynamic and stimulating setting.
Craving to develop her career while supporting her young family of three children, Annie Young chose to fully live her passion for beauty when she introduced her personalized makeup services, in the 80’s. After a few years in business, she decided to create a namesake line of products to offer a completely unique look to her growing clientele. Over the years, through hard work and determination, Annie has built her company into a flourishing business with the help of a dedicated team of makeup artists who share her enthusiasm and philosophy for a no-frills, easy approach to beauty.
Building a Solid Brand
Having grown up surrounded by beauty and her mother’s dedication for excellence, Annie Young’s daughter Sharleen came forward and joined the team in 1996, further cultivating the Annie Young name. Together, the dynamic duo constantly infuses new ideas into the family brand, while remaining committed to creating delightful lifestyle experiences for its clients. Today, Annie Young has expanded into a full-service spa, a cosmetics line, a shop, and a makeup school.
» Upcoming Courses
Makeup 101 - Winter 2021 (maximum: 8 students)
Dates: January 9, 2021 to March 7, 2021
2 Days a Week: Saturdays and Sundays
Time: Saturdays 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. / Sundays 10 a.m to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Requirements: Temperature is taken and hand sanitation is required upon arrival. Masks are to be worn at all times and visors are worn when doing makeup on someone who is not wearing a mask.
Francine is a veteran in the beauty industry, where has been fine-tuning her craft as a makeup artist for 35 years. Throughout her bustling career, she has worked on numerous film productions and created custom makeup looks for a private clientele. One day, she decided it was time to give back and that’s when she decided to become a teacher. About her students, she says: “I love that they can challenge me, and I am thrilled to share what I’ve learned with a younger generation of upcoming artists.”
Stephanie was a university student in Mexico when she heard the calling of beauty through a makeup class she stumbled upon. Her newfound passion led her to take a professional makeup and hair styling course, and even more specialised training: Makeup for Film and Television at the Vancouver Film School, and Makeup Artistry at Blanche MacDonald Centre. She has had the opportunity to work with many photographers, models as well as film productions in México, Vancouver, Calgary and Montréal. Stephanie is a master of the “no makeup look”.
Throughout a dynamic and vibrant career that spans 34 years, Antoinette has mastered the many makeup styles and techniques any beauty apprentice is eager to learn. A true artist at heart who finds joy in pure creation, Antoinette is also an avid painter in her spare time. “For me, applying makeup is as gratifying as painting,” she says. Dedicated to making her student’s talents blossom, Antoinette is a committed and patient teacher who truly enjoys educating others in a field where she has made a bright name for herself.
» What's New
For the past few years, the Kim Kardashian look has been all the rage: matte, contoured skin, perfect brows, dark eyes, and a nude lip. While full-on glamour can be fun for a night out, there is something to be said about a more understated look that lets your natural beauty shine through. Keep reading for tips on how to
Many beauty lovers, as they grow up, spend much of their time learning how to apply makeup to their own face so that by the time they reach adulthood, they have perfected a makeup look and routine that and enhances their own face and personal style. The growing accessibility of makeup and beauty-related content through social media and streaming has