Eurprity Artistry

Eurprity Artistry

5.0(3 reviews)


Eurprity Artistry is directed by Pro Hair Makeup Artist, Euresha "Ree'C" Maye, who is known for focusing on transformational, self-esteem boosting makeovers. Eurprity Artistry is a way for the public to experience professional beauty services, giving woman and intimate, luxurious beauty experience.

I enjoy being creative and providing clients with quality, beautiful Makeup Services.


Hired 3 times
1 employee
6 years in business
Serves Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling , DC

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  • Reviews

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    Veronica B.

    What I like about her issues very friendly and that she really does care about the health of my hair
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    September 03, 2020
    Hired on Fash


    Juan O.

    She is amazing and professional and I felt extremely safe in the establishment.
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    September 02, 2020


    Tynetra H.

    Eurprity Artistry owner Ree’C was very professional from the jump. I also enjoyed that while asking questions she was able to answer them have me understand as a client what I was doing wrong with my brows. She is very friendly and keeps her area very tidy.
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    September 02, 2020

    Frequently asked questions

    I am a graduate of Bennett Career Institute, school of Beauty arts, class on 1998

    I am a licenced Cosmetologist in the state of Maryland.

    I am also a 3x certified Lash Technician and Certified Makeup Artist.

    I have worked for a number of professional cosmetics brands such as, Estee Lauder, Bobbi Brown, YSL Beauty, Charlotte Tilbury and Nars.

    I have a standard pricing system, that begins at a base price and is subject to change in special circumstances. Below is a list of some of the services offered and their prices. The complete list of services can be found on my website, There is also an "contact us" section on the website.


    I began as a Shampoo Assistant in a small boutique salon located in Silver Spring Maryland, when I was in 10th grade. I continued to work as a part-time shampoo assistant during the school year and full-time in the summer until I graduated high school in 1997. In the fall of 97, I began to study Cosmetology full-time. I graduated after a year of studies and passed my State Cosmetology Board exam on the first try. Im proud of that to this day. The first Salon I worked in as a licensed stylist was Liz Noland's Salon on Georgia Ave, located in Washington, DC. I learned a lot from Ms. Noland and the other sytlists in her Salon. 

    I have worked with all types of customers from many different backrounds. I love the diversity of clientel that I have had the opportnity to work with over the years. It has molded me into the diverse stylist and makeup artist I am today.

    As 2020 has been a series of unfortunate events, I have been able to see a bright side of it. My son, Zion, graduated from High School this year. I am so proud of him. Zion is autistic and has experienced many stuggles in school and socially over the years. He did not let that affect him in his final year of High School. He completed his High School years, being on the Honor Roll, every semester. I was very proud to hear him give such an inspiring graduation speech. Dispite everything that has been going on, he thrived. 

    A customer should always choose a stylist who will consider her face shape, lifestyle habits and take into consideration how your hair looks when it is not in a specific style. They should prioritize the health of your hair and offer alternatives if your choice of cut or color isn"t safely achievable on your hair type. 

    A customer should as questions such as;

    How much trainging and experience?

    What is the cost of services?

    Do you have compatible schedules?

    Whats the salon vibe?

    Is there a consultation?

    What are the Covid-19 guidelines?

    Services offered

    Wedding Hair Styling
    Makeup Artists
    Hair Salon