Katie Price charging Edinburgh fans £80 for ‘make-up masterclass’ at Easter Drylaw beauty salon

Reality TV star and former glamour model Katie Price is coming to Edinburgh on Thursday to give a ‘make-up masterclass'.

By Gary Flockhart
Wednesday, 4th May 2022, 8:44 am

The 43-year-old will visit venues in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Fife and Falkirk as part of the tour, where she’ll be showing her fans how they can re-create her most popular looks.

Price will visit ‘Makeup by Lynn’ in Easter Drylaw along with celebrity make-up artist Fern Howe-Shepherd.

The pair will deliver two masterclasses, with the first event taking place at 6pm and the second at 8pm.

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Tickets for the event cost £80 and Included in the price is a goody bag worth £20 containing make-up and beauty items.

Anyone under the age of 14 wishing to attend will need to be accompanied by an adult.

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Announcing the news on Instagram, Price said: “I’ll be in Falkirk, Edinburgh, Fife & Glasgow this Thursday & Friday for my makeup masterclass tour get tickets on www.katiepricemerch.com can’t wait to meet you all.

Reality TV star and former glamour model Katie Price is coming to Edinburgh on Thursday to give a ‘make-up masterclass'.

“Let me know which city you’ll be coming to x”.

Fans will get a chance to meet Katie, take a photo with the star, and ask her questions during the masterclass.

Earlier this year, Price admitted she hit “rock bottom” after her drink-driving crash last year, and said she she “regrets” getting in the car that night.

She was handed a 16-week suspended sentence in December for the offence, which was committed while she was disqualified and did not have insurance.

Speaking during a Channel 4 documentary about the renovation of her so-called Mucky Mansion, Price spoke about the impact of the crash.

She said: “I regret getting in the car, I could have killed someone. I could have killed myself. My kids might not have had a mum. It’s awful.

“I was rock bottom at that point. It was a wake-up call. I don’t want to be in that situation again.

“In fact, I don’t want to be in a situation where I feel that sad inside that I need to just go and do something, be destructive and hurt people around me because I don’t know how to cope with it.”

Price said she had committed to seeing a therapist, after receiving treatment for her mental health at the Priory Centre.