Charm, beauty, etiquette lessons for moms & daughters.
- 50 lessons, 10 week results-based course
- Vintage expert wisdom produced models + actresses of the 1950s
- Personal Analysis Guide + Mentoring
- Progress Chart (with Monday Check-In, opt.)
- Sample Lesson 1 Printable (digital printables included)
The Summer 2017 Charm School will offer 50 lessons (10 week, results-based course) in beauty, charm, and etiquette and is designed for moms of all ages (while daughters are free with mom's enrollment). We suggest reading charm lessons at your breakfast table and completing beauty assignments right afterwords (8:00 am sharp or your pick your hour as this is a work-at-your-own pace course).
Lessons cover 5 focus areas: Read lessons and do assignments that bring results to make moms (1) charming of form, (2) charming of grace, (3) charming of dress, (4) charming of face, and (5) charming you (see all lesson topics below). Lesson 1 starts you with a Personal Analysis + Progress Chart. and is designed to reveal where you are at and take you where you want to go --your best. Mondays are progress check-in days (optional).
This course includes many free printables such as:
- Progress Chart
- Ideal Measurements
- Beauty Diets
- Beauty Exercises
- Clothing Color Chart
- And Lots More
In the Summer 2017 Charm School, you will be inspired with scriptures & vintage wisdom from experts who were famous in the actress & modeling businesses in the 1950's including Frankie Van, Universal Studio's Athletic Director, and many, many more. Here at the Summer 2017 Charm School, we believe that charm & beauty never go out of style.
"When you praised her as charming, some asked what you meant, But the charm of her presence was felt where she went."
-Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have access to the course?
This summer course is available until September 30, 2017.
How long does each lesson take?
Each lesson takes 5-10 minutes to read. Beauty assignments take one hour or less (usually much less).
I still have a question. How can I contact you?
I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Created byRenee Metzler