Glow aims to offer an all-inclusive and accepting environment for people to build and develop their makeup and beauty skills. The society is accepting of people with all different skillsets, from budding makeup artists to complete amateurs.

The primary principle is that Glow creates a space for people interested in makeup to come and build their confidence, develop their beauty skills, and socialise with a likeminded, yet diverse set of individuals. We aim to create this environment through establishing a relaxed and social atmosphere in a variety of social settings. We will be holding regular social events that are inclusive of everyone. These may be movie nights; meals; fun nights in doing each other’s makeup or even going out altogether. The majority of our events will involve learning and developing our makeup skills – even if it’s only for fun or just plain silly. For example, a specific theme for makeup design before a night out, or practicing a certain style during a movie night. As well as these casual settings, we intend to host a series of more structured events for the purpose of improving our makeup skills and exploring personal interest. More structured events will include workshop-style events where we learn from each other; using each other’s knowledge, YouTube tutorials, and guest speakers. We will use our own ideas to explore new areas, and potentially take it in turns to present a new technique or style/product we discovered. Despite being more structured, these events will importantly remain relaxed in order for people of all calibres to feel welcome. Charity-centred events are also on the agenda because the passion for Glow came from the desire to use our skills to brighten up the days of others through free make overs at homeless shelters, hospitals, children’s charities, and any other ways we can make happen.

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Glow - Make Up Society this year are:

Rhiannon Nielsen
Charities Representative
Alyssa Burnette
Education Coordinator
Shannon Baker
Suehare Chaer
Jamila Begum
Social Secretary 1
Olivia Upcraft
Social Secretary 2
Ceren Kose
Savannah King
Vice President
Maariyah Ahmed
Welfare Officer

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Membership Information

These are the current membership fees offered by Glow - Make Up Society , although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.

You must be a member of the Students' Union to join a club or society
NameCostValid PeriodDetails
Free Yearly MembershipFREE11/08/2020 - 01/09/2021This membership will allow you to attend all of our free events, provided that you bring your own makeup and equipment. Examples of events/activities you will not have access to: - discounts to any future paid masterclasses - access to any products in our society makeup stash - free/discounted entries to future competitions and raffles
Paid Yearly Membership£10.0001/09/2020 - 01/09/2021The perks of our paid membership are: - discounts to any future paid masterclasses - access to any products in our society makeup stash - free/discounted entries to future competitions and raffles


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Health & Safety

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