Originally Posted by Ahmber
I'll take these if anyone passes up thread :-)
Thanks to Princess Farhana and Devilla's brand new Bombshell DVD,
at this June 2012 Egyptian Dance Academy's Gala,
I know I'm going to emerge from my baby-belly makeup chrysalis,
onto the stage, as a beautifully coloured Bombshell Butterfly!
While the Egyptian Dance Academy that I attend teaches authentic Egyptian belly
dance, it does not teach how to apply correct stage, nightclub, and photograph
makeup. Therefore since Sept 2010 I've been fumbling
Updated 05-10-2012 at 03:57 PM by RunaElaraSulwen
Sent you pm
One of the perks of being a contracted dancer in Cairo is that you get to perform quite regularly. Some of us work multiple times a week. Others work multiple times a day, depending on the venue, the popularity of the dancer, and these days, whether there’s enough business. And what could be better than that? Doing what you love every single day. It seems like the ideal work situation. And it is. Except I wasn’t too sure of that when I first got contracted. Here’s why.
Originally Posted by jesennia
Wrote a note for students or those learning half circle double veil :)