This is a tutorial on how to do stage hair the way Ms. Laurel likes. Not only is this a great hairstyle for performances, it’s handy for ballet classes too since Ms. Laurel prefers that girls with long hair wear it in a bun. If your daughter is not on a Team, you don’t need to worry about purchasing a fun bun. However, if you would like one anyway, ask Ms. Laurel to color match your daughter’s hair with her color wheel so that you can be sure you’re ordering the perfect shade!
The dance can reveal everything mysterious that is hidden in music, and it has the additional merit of being human and palpable. Dancing is poetry with arms and legs.
This is a tutorial on how Ms. Laurel likes dancers to do basic stage makeup. This is a great technique for non-team dancers or parents who don’t want to put a lot of makeup on their daughters. In this video, you’ll see how Ms. Laurel conservatively applies makeup so that your child will look elegant on stage while avoiding washing out under the lights.
This is a tutorial on how Ms. Laurel likes her Team dancers to prepare for performances, but this is a great technique for older non-team dancers (and their mothers) as well. In this video, you’ll see how Ms. Laurel takes it a step beyond applying basic stage makeup. The results are beautiful and classy, but not overwhelming.