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Astute Artistry
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Interested in becoming a State Certified Make-up Artist? Astute Artistry and Center for Film Studies have merged and can now offer you diploma programs from our Licensed Proprietary Trade School.
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Please read the comment below made from Dena Turner on May 29th at 10:54 pm on Astute Artistry's facebook page.

"It was truly a blessing being apart of astute artistry learned a lot from talented mua and a great instructor ms lacie"
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Grand Opening Specials @ our new location..23815 Industrial Park Dr. Farmington Hills, Aug. 8th- 9am-9pm. Free brow shapings, beverages/ food, goodie bags, prizes, etc. Stop in to check out our new trade school/ inventory and gifts.
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3026 12 Mile Rd Berkley, MI 48072
3026 12 Mile RoadUSMichiganBerkley48072
Trade School, Cosmetics Store
Trade School
Cosmetics Store
Beauty School
After School Program
Beauty Salon
Skin Care Clinic
Make-up Artist
Airbrushing Service
Permanent Make-up Clinic
Today 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday Closed
Astute Artistry has merged with Center for Film Studies and can offer you a State Certification in Make-up, special F/X, fashion, media and Film classes.  We are also a full service Salon.  Grand opening of new location Aug. 8th 9am-9pm.  Goodie bags, giveaways, free services, etc. Our new location is 23815 Industrial Park Drive, Farmington Hills, MI. 48335
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"Not to mention they spam any mention of make-up artistry on any public forum."
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"I bought their Groupon's eyelash extensions and boy did I regret it."
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"My lashes turned out beautifully and Lisa did a great job on my brows."
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Hillary Latcha
in the last week
I had a wonderful experience with Lisa doing a bridal makeup consultation. She knew exactly what colors to use, and presented me with two looks that were close contenders. She knows what she's doing! I will definitely be coming back for other services.
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Rosemarie Hughes
2 months ago
Groupon asked me to leave feedback for my recent basic bikini wax with this place. I commented that they switched my appointment date (because she was going out of town) and then she was 40 minutes behind schedule (and didn’t apologize). Also, I was left with a couple of bruises on my thighs due to the esthetician not pulling the skin taut enough and rupturing blood vessels. Upon reading my account of the facts, Astute Artistry responded that one of their workers was ill and a client was late which apparently meant all their other clients had to wait as well. They also suggested that I “do my research” before claiming that they broke some blood vessels because it's not possible that an esthetician could break blood vessels. They suggested that I must just have “sensitive skin”. As a licensed massage therapist for 22 years I can say that I’ve never known a human being’s skin to not be sensitive. I have a couple suggestions for Astute Artistry: 1) A good business doesn’t make excuses or sarcastic comebacks. They are respectful, apologize when necessary and have at least a bit of humility. 2) look up the definition of “bruise”… BRUISE bro͞oz/ noun noun: bruise; plural noun: bruises 1.
an injury appearing as an area of discolored skin on the body, caused by a blow or impact rupturing underlying blood vessels.
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Arun Prasad
a year ago
So I will start off by saying this. I don't know anything about makeup, I don't know much about hair styles, I don't know the first thing about facials, manicures and a multitude of other girly things. Not because I don't want to know but mostly I don't care. That being said, what I do know is when something looks like crap and something looks awesome. Astute Artistry makes things look awesome. I have worked with them over the years and I have seen nothing but stellar work on their part, particularly in their special effects and Halloween body painting. I have been to all of their Skin Cancer Charity events, Halloween parties and I used their services to paint me for Halloween. Let me tell you why my Halloween costume was awesome. Lisa, the owner, personally did her work on me and I was a swamp monster. She spent a solid 4 hours painting my body from face to my waist. After I left, the following happened 1. I freaked out a kid at CVS because my costume was so terrifying. 2. I won multiple costume contests, so my made my money back and then some. 3. Lisa cleverly drew the illusion of six-pack abs on my stomach... which was probably the most impressive feat of the night. 4. Ordering food late night at Taco Bell was never more entertaining All in all, Astute Artistry really does live up to their name. They did an amazing job with my costume and I have seen them only improve over the years. Lisa is an awesome person to work with and I had fun the whole time. If their makeup training, hair styling, massage therapy, or any other eyebrow related services they perform are even half as good as the Halloween costumes, you are in for an awesome ride.
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Sparkle Lee
2 years ago
ASTUTE ARTISTRY IS A SCAM!! DO NOT SPEND YOUR MONEY THERE! They claim to be a makeup school but they have no accreditation from the state of Michigan and yet she is charging thousands of dollars for makeup training for a certificate that no one recognizes. I didn't find this out until I already gave her my money and took the classes and now I can't get a job at a salon because it isn't legal, that is ridiculous. I was told that if I want to work in a salon I need a license from the State of Michigan,not a random certificate from a random "school" that has no merit in Michigan. I told the owner Lisa Glickoff what happened and she told me to go work at a counter in the mall and sell retail, that is not what I want and I explained that when I signed up for classes. So basically she took my money knowing that I wouldn't be able to get a job in the salon setting I was going for...RIP OFF!!! I can't believe someone that is claiming to be an educator would knowingly take thousands of dollars from someone knowing good and well that that "certificate" meant nothing. I was trying to start my career proper and invest in my education and yet all I really did was give my money to a greedy money hungry woman that could care less about my future in the makeup industry. She is a terrible heartless person that is taking advantage of young girls that are trying to better themselves. I paid for my classes in cash and now I'm out that money, my only choice now is to get a financial aid loan and go back to school to be a cosmetologist, esthetician or go to one of the other accredited makeup schools...which I could have done in the first place. So she took my entire savings, the money that I had been saving to better myself, and now I have to go into debt to pay for something I thought I already paid for. She refused to give me a refund even though she isn't legally a school, how is she possibly getting away with this??? To anyone looking for makeup training I suggest you look somewhere else, she will take your money and you WILL get screwed!!!
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Dena Turner
in the last week
It was not all glamourous like they put on!! they are money hungry and They don't teach you anything worth mentioning!! im so glad I didnt Pay for the classes there, they lie and say classes are filling up!! it was only two people in my class you go on there website the people that were there previously Lacie,Bianca,Lois they're I don't see them being part of the staff anymore it makes me wonder and happy I didn't give this school money oh yes watch your credit cards!! they will take money
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Gia Carroll
4 months ago
If its too good to be true then it probably isnt. I purchased a groupon certificate for eyelashes and $49 is very cheap for lash extentions so this should have been the first red flag. On 1/715 i went to Astute to redeem the groupon and the entire experience was a diaster. First I was told it would take 2 hour and I was there for almost 4 hours. Second they were not done properly and did not look natural, and I was falsely advised the lashes would last for 2-4 weeks (thats a lie). Oddly enough, its only been two weeks and the extensions are hanging off and damaging my real eyelashes. Someone told me this place is not license to perform lash extensions and if this is the case I am reporting them to the state board. Why would they offer this service and not perform it correctly? Do you self a favor and avoid this place.
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Chanda Rogers
a week ago
Lauren does a great job on my lashes!
Response from the owner - in the last week
Thank you for your patronage! We look forward to your return visit!
Kayla O'Donohue
a year ago
I had a Groupon to get eyelash extensions and Lisa did an absolutely wonderful job. They turned out so pretty! Lisa was so friendly and welcoming, we talked the entire time! I will defintely go back!