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80 Hour Course
7639 Pacific Blvd Huntington Park Ca, 90255
Who We Are
Beauty By Ruby Studio
You Can Find me
Drug Store/ ULTA/home/Market
You can find me
Mascara and lipstick disposables
Palette and spatula
Large roll of paper towels
Beauty Blender(not a must)
Black hand towel
Fluffy blending brush
Large Ziploc bag
Flat thin brush
Camera (phone ok)
Spray bottle with 70% alcohol
Please bring this list of things in addition to your makeup kit every time you come to class.
At Beauty By Ruby Studio we sell some of the things that are on your need’s list. Aside of that we also sell Great quality eye shadow, blush, contour and highlighting, palettes. Makeup sealer, and a variety of other makeup brushes.
By printing our names and signing this document, we agree that we have received a copy of the 40 hrs. Makeup Class Syllabus on __/__/__. Our Makeup instructor has gone over The Syllabus with us. We have read it, understand it and signed it. We were given the original copy. This paper proves that the above is true.
40 hours Make-Up Class
Class starts at _____am/pm to______am/pm From___/____/_____ to __/____/_____
The general purpose of this course is for you (the student) to acquire a basic level of cosmetic knowledge and practical application skills. These basic skills will give you the solid foundation needed in order to learn more advanced makeup application techniques.
This course will encompass product knowledge, words, tools, and professional application of makeup. Upon successful completion of this course, you will gain the knowledge of:
Identify correct materials and equipment for makeup application
Properly use of different make-up brushes
Identify different types of skin conditions and how to conceal them
for flawless-looking skin
Professional highlight and contour techniques for different face shapes
Professional makeup application techniques for all facets of the face
Basic Special FX
To successfully complete this course, you must:
You must show satisfactory knowledge of makeup sanitation and application.
Be able to differentiate skin types, undertones and product.
Understand color theory and color correcting
To successfully complete this course, you will need in every class:
Bring text book and note book for notes
Makeup kit and clean brushes
No Makeup on at the beginning of class, unless you bring a model to practice on. (1 model can come with you on your second day of class)
Class will be meeting on: __________ from ________ to _______starting on________ Note there will not be class on: _____________________________________________ Assignments Due Dates: _________________________________________________
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Classroom rules: Absolutely no eating, drinking coffee, soda, or juice only water. You may not be tardy to class, if you are and you have a reasonable explanation please call Ruby at the office (323) 377 5508 please let her know you will be late. When coming in late in the classroom please quietly find your place and set up. You do not need to set up if the class is in demo. The reason is to avoid distractions and interruptions. As soon as you go in class please put cellphones in silent mode and away, the only time you may use them is to take a before and after picture, if it’s an emergency, during your break and or unless I approve it. This is a drama free zone, please keep it professional at all times. Anyone who shows no respect towards these rules and or starts causing problems will be dismissed from class and if bad behavior continues he/she will be terminated from my class and the matter will be taken to the office. If you opt to pay as you go, first payment is due on the first say off class. Attire must be all in black and you must come with your makeup done if you are bringing a model. If you miss a class please go to the office talk to Ruby and arrange a make up class before your next class. There is an extra fee if the instructor has to come for you to make up the missed class. If I give you homework, please make sure you compete it and bring it on due date. The time to clean up will always be 15 minutes before the class ends, clean up your station, and make sure the mirror, station and chair have no makeup residues. For graduation day you will be given further instructions, this will remain the same: Students must be here by the given time. The Students must come professionally dressed all black, hair and makeup done. Their models may only come with their hair done. All makeup application must be done at Beauty By Ruby Studio premises. Last but not least please come with a positive attitude and believe in yourself. You are here to learn and I am here to guide you through the right steps, if you make a mistake do not worry is just make up and you can just wipe it off.
Introduction to Makeup Artistry
The History of Makeup, Names to know, and Terminology
All about Sanitation
Knowledge of how to set up makeup station
Requirements / homework:
List of things they need for their working station. Make sure Station is always clean, organized and neat.
-Bring brushes washed by next class.
-Bring brushes washed, cleaned, and sanitized every class, no cleaning brushes at the beginning of the class.
The 1920s became known as the “roaring twenties” and the more assertive woman known as “Flappers” Powdering their faces with pale powder, rouging their cheeks and knees a bright orange-red, and using heavy mascara on their eyelashes. Lipsticks were quite dark and applied to create the popular “cupid’s bow” or “Bee Stung look”
The 1930s was called the depression era because of the economic problems. The pale look yielded to a rosier, healthier looking skin. Eyes were emphasized with plucked eyebrows, eyebrow pencil, mascara, and a bit of grease eye shadow on the brow bone for emphasis. Women began to color their lips and nails in matching dark red.
The 1940s Brought WWII and its influences. Betty Grable and Rita Hayworth, two popular screen stars became “pin up” queen of the armed forces. Popular purple- toned lipsticks and pancake makeup became popular. Eyebrows were allowed to remain natural and just a touch of mascara and eye shadow helped to emphasize the eye.
The 1950s Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor set the pace for the new look of the 1950s. She used color on her hair and more color on her face and nails- mostly scarlet. New technologies brought more manufacturing methods, therefore many new cosmetics and blends of ingredients. The fifties look was characterized by heavier eyebrows and doe (deer-like) eyes made famous by Audrey Hepburn, another famous screen star.
The 1960s Makeup became shiny with lots of gel and gloss. Eye sockets were contoured with brown eye shadow, eye lids lightened, and heavy false lashes became the rage. Cheeks were given a hollow look by use of shadow and lips were left very pale.
The 1970s There was an abundance of cosmetics available in every color of the rainbow, and in a variety of textures. Blush was the most important makeup.
The 1980s Makeup became monochromatic mostly in peachy-pinks. By the mid-1980s computers and other space age equipment was altering the world of cosmetics. Sophisticated machines could analyze the skin type, tone, and color, and select the right product for the clients.
Station Set Up
As makeup artists one of the most important things to know is Proper sanitation and how to keep our station clean, organized and sanitized. Our station is a direct reflection of the work we do. A clean and organized kit and working area shows respect to our clients and professionalism. Here are some guidelines on how we guarantee a professional set up.
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1. Clean the surface of your station and lay down a clean black towel then on top of that lay down a white cloth or paper towel for your sanitary maintenance area – SMA.
2. Create separate zones for brushes, makeup, and products. Zoning will keep your station organized when things become fast paced when you’re working. Only the items that touch your client’s face need to be on the SMA. Brush cleaner or makeup remover doesn’t need to be on your SMA.
3. Essentials to always keep on hand: brush cleaner, hand sanitizer, a pencil sharpener, palette and spatula, and mints.
4. Be prepared with a waste paper bag to keep disposable items, like tissues or mascara wands, off of your working area.
Make-Up Artist Responsibilities
Sanitation is by far, the most important part of being a responsible and professional makeup artist. This is one area where you really need to oversee yourself, because hardly will someone criticize your sanitary practices (or lack thereof) to your face. It’s your reputation (not to mention your clients) that undergoes and can be irreparable.
Let’s start by defining some basic terms that are often used when referring to cleanliness in our industry:
Disinfect: is associated more with the healthcare industry. When we disinfect, we are destroying microorganisms (fungi and bacteria) on hard surfaces (non-living tissue). Disinfecting does not kill all of the microorganisms on the surface. Bacterial spores and some bacteria may be resistant to disinfectants. Disinfectants work by destroying the cell wall of the microbes and are typically chemicals.
Sanitize: is associated more with public health industries such as the food and beauty industries. When we sanitize, we are reducing the number of microorganisms to a safe level. Sanitizing does not kill all of the microorganisms.
Sterilize: The process of sterilization kills all microorganisms on a hard surface, harmful or not. This is accomplished using a combination of heat, chemicals, pressure, or irradiation.
Bacteria: Are microorganisms, in relation to the human body. Bacteria is found all over us from the tops of our heads to the soles of our feet. Simply speaking, bacteria can be broken into two groups: non-pathogenic and pathogenic. Pathogenic bacteria are harmful bacteria – the kind that causes illness and diseases. Pathogens are often referred to as “germs.”
In makeup, we strive to sanitize or disinfect. Sterilization isn’t typically required, depending on what state you’re working in.
Why Sanitation is So Important
The reasons for proper sanitation are pretty obvious and basic. The tools and products we use are applied in and near mucous membranes, which harbor bacteria and other microorganisms (“germs”). Should these germs be passed from one client to another through your tools or product, it can spread contagious diseases and infections. What can be spread?
As a makeup artist you can share your secrets, techniques, product knowledge with your friends and clients. However, dermatologists caution, you should never share your makeup without a disposable, spoolie, spatula and palette and you must use it practicing proper sanitation at all times.
Simply swapping cosmetics can mean trading germs. Makeup brushes and applicators can easily carry bacteria from one person to another, and moist, dark containers allow such germs to thrive. You especially should never share lip and eye products, which come in frequent contact with more easily infected areas of the body. Think about it -- that's why you usually see disposable applicators on hand at most cosmetics counters. It's so the testers won't become contaminated.
Not disposing of makeup within a certain time limit, depending on the product, can also cause infections. Old cosmetics should be thrown out and replaced as needed. Recommended expiration dates vary between products, with liquid makeup getting older faster than powder. Mascara is especially important, as it comes in close contact with your eyes and can easily cause an infection. This may mean cleaning out your makeup collection on a regular basis, but the extra effort is well worth it to keep your skin and eyes healthy.
If you do share makeup or keep it for longer than recommended, you may develop a skin or eye infection. Other diseases associated with sharing makeup include the herpes virus, which causes cold sores, and dermatitis.
Demodicids AKA Mites
Demodicids: These are also called “eyelash mites” or “face mites” and they are largely harmless. They live in several areas of your face but often are found in the base of your eyelashes. The mites live in hair follicles and feed on dead skin and skin secretions. As a result, those with oily skin are more prone to demodicid infestation. Also, people who wear a lot of makeup and don’t cleanse thoroughly are also prone to infestations. When too many of these mites take up root in a hair follicle, it can cause the hair to fall out, irritation, or infection.
Sanitation – How To:
Alcohol is the preferred disinfectant for makeup artists. There is a long-standing misunderstanding about the concentration of alcohol and its efficacy in disinfecting. Here’s a breakdown:
70% Alcohol vs 91% and 99% Alcohol
Alcohol kills bacteria by dehydrating and denaturing (altering) its proteins. In order to do this, the alcohol must penetrate the cell wall of the bacteria. When 91% or 99% alcohol is used, the proteins around the outside of the cell wall coagulate and the alcohol cannot enter. The water content of 70% alcohol allows the cell wall to open, thus allowing the alcohol to enter and dehydrate and denature the bacteria proteins.
Procedures: These practices are considered “best practices” in the beauty industry, specific to makeup. A lot of artists do things differently, but this is what we teach and recommend:
Cream products (lipsticks, eye shadows, concealers, blushes, gel eyeliners, etc.) Scrape a portion of lip product out of the packaging and place onto a stainless steel palette. Apply with a brush or sponge.
Lip, eye, and brow pencils Wipe with 70% alcohol, sharpen, and then wipe with alcohol again. This is to prevent contaminating your sharpener, which should also be sanitized regularly. For eyeliners that have been used on the inner rim of the eye, we immerse the tip of the pencil in 70% alcohol for ten seconds or more, then sharpen and wipe again with alcohol.
Liquid eyeliner is a pain. Sometimes, it’s just easier to buy your client their own liner and use it straight from the tube. We use the applicator to dispense product from the container onto a palette. You can also use disposable applicators but they typically aren’t the best quality.
Pressed powder products (blushes, eye shadows, brow powders, etc.) There are several methods you can use to avoid cross-contamination:
- load up the brush and tap the excess onto a palette and work out of the excess
- wipe the surface of the powder in between dips and spray with 70% alcohol afterward. BeautySoClean is a product marketed to makeup artists for sanitation of their products, specifically powders. It is comprised of five ingredients: 70% alcohol and 4 emollients. The alcohol disinfects the surface and the emollients prevent drying and glazing (which can happen when you repeatedly spray a powdered product with alcohol). Some artists use BeautySoClean with confidence, others are skeptical.
Loose powder products (setting powders, etc.) Dispense some powder onto a palette and work from the palette. Mascara: Always use a disposable applicator. If you don’t, give the entire tube to the client.
Makeup tools and Products
“All makeup tools and brushes have a purpose, but if it works for you in a different way feel free to use it. There will be times where you will find yourself in a situation where you needed your favorite synthetic brush to apply some concealer under the eye, and you can’t find it, that’s when you improvise and discover that that fluffy blending brush does a better job ” Jos MUA
Large powder brush: Fluffy brush that is used to dust on loose powder to set foundation, or dust on bronzing powder.
Powder/ Blush brush: A smaller version of the large powder brush that is used to apply blush, sheer powder.
Contour brush: This brush has a rounded-angle shape, it’s convenient to define cheek bones.
Foundation brush: Most of the time a brush made of synthetic. Is used to apply and blend out liquid and cream products.
Concealer/ large and small brush: Usually made of synthetic fiber. Depending on its size is used to apply concealer to large or small detailed areas.
Blending brush: A fluffy brush that is tapered at the end, used on the crease area to blend out eye shadow. It is also great for smoothing out contouring.
Angle brush: Perfect for filling in eyebrows, and to line the lash line.
Shadow brush/ shading brush: This brush should fit the size of the lid from lash to crease. Great for applying color onto the lid, it also accentuates the crease, or highlights the brow bone.
Small flat eye shadow brush/ pencil brush and / smudge brush: great brushes for detailing your eye makeup. Use these brushes where you need a darker color in a defined way, or where you need to smudge out a color without expanding it too much.
Color Wheel Theory
Understanding how color works is a very important part to makeup application. Primary Colors are the fundamental colors that cannot be obtained by any mixture. There are only three primary colors, Blue, Red, and Yellow. Secondary Colors are made by mixing equal amounts of two primary colors. Yellow + Red= Orange. Yellow + Blue= Green. Red + Blue= Violet. Tertiary Colors are made by mixing equal amounts of a primary color and a secondary color, but they must be right next to each other on the color wheel.
Another concept that is very important with makeup is called complementary colors. Complementary colors are directly opposite each other on the color wheel.
When mixed together these colors cancel each other out to create a neutral brown or gray color, but when you place complementary colors side by side you make both colors seem brighter, which gives a greater contrast.
You usually want to base the color of your eye shadows looks to be complementary to your eye color
Cool and Warm colors
In order to be a makeup artist you must know the difference between cool and warm colors.
Cool colors suggest coolness, and are dominated by blues, greens, violets, and blue-reds. But reds can be both cool and warm. If the red is blue based, it is cool. If the red is orange based, it is warm.
The same kind of thing can happen with greens. If a green contains more gold, then it is warm. If a green contains more blue, it is cool. Whenever most colors have a blue base, they will always be a cool color.
Warm colors range from yellow to gold through the oranges, red-oranges, most reds, and even some yellow-greens.
What are color correctors?
Color correctors are makeup products which are useful for camouflaging any flaw or unevenness in the skin. No one has a perfect skin, pigmentation, redness, acne, dark circles, birthmarks and scars are to name a few issues. So with these color corrector we can counteract the flaws and neutralize them to flaunt a flawless skin.
Concealers are flesh colored; they match exactly as the skin tone. These are more pigment and concentrated form of a foundation (in a way). While Color Corrector are of different colors, mostly found in orange, pink, purple, yellow and green colors.
As for functionality, concealers conceal any flaw while corrector will neutralize the effect of the flaw and helps in better concealing the problem area.
The concept of Color Correction is majorly based on Color Wheel.
Salmon / Peach / Orange Color Corrector are used to counteract the under eye darkness. The under eye area has a very thin skin and normally dark circles have a tinge of blue or purple undertones to them. By applying these peachy or orangey color on them will take away the blue/purple tinge. For choosing the correct shade the broad guidelines are: the fairer you are lighter shade of orange you will pick, example very fair n fair skinned people should pick Salmon color, Medium color skinned should pick peachy color and darker complexions should pick orange color corrector.
Green Color Corrector is second most important corrector. These are especially good for people suffering with Rosacea or red skin conditions. Green color neutralizes redness, so it’s good for any red acne bump. Just apply tinniest amount on top of the acne and blend it with a patting motion, then cover it with a flesh colored concealer or the foundation, depending on the coverage you need.
Purple/ Lavender Color Corrector are good for people with very yellow undertones. Normally people like from South “East Asia have a very prominent yellow undertones to their complexion. These purple / lavender colored correctors are great pick me up for these types of skin tones. It overall brightens the complexion. These are even beneficial for covering up yellowish kind of olive bruises.
Yellow Color Corrector are good to cover Brown pigmentation on skin like hyper pigmentation, age spots and sun spots. These are also good for covering Blue Green bruises on skin and even tattoos.
If you have warm undertones, you look best when you wear eye shadows that are gold, copper, bronze or any of the earth tones (orange, olive, yellow or brown) paired with a warm peach or coral blush. When picking out your perfect red lipstick, choose an orange-based red and when choosing your foundation, look for a yellow-based or peach-based shade.
If you have cool undertones, you look best when you wear eye shadows that are silver, grey, and magenta, pink, white or any of the jewel tones (emerald, sapphire, and garnet) paired with a cool pink or rosy blush. I have so much pink naturally in my face that I always fought it with peach blush until one day Scott Barnes was doing an appearance at Saks Fifth Avenue and told me not to fight the pink but embrace it. I’ve been wearing pink ever since and it works so much better. When picking out your perfect red lipstick, choose a blue-based red and when choosing your foundation, look for a pink-based or neutral shade.
The Clean Make-Up Look/ Highlight & Contour
Prep and Prime
Makeup application is much more than just putting lipstick on. By now all of you have been bombarded with essential information about undertones, color wheel theory etcetera. Now is time to apply some of that gained knowledge, are you ready to add more?
In order to be a successful MAU you must first master what is called a “Clean Make-Up Look” What does this mean? It means to be able to prep and prime the skin in order to have a hydrated and smooth canvas to work on. It means to analyze your client’s skin type, face shape, and be able to provide what he/she needs in order to achieve a smooth and clean application.
This is step by step how to prep and prime: First of all make sure you have your station set up, organized and clean. Before you start with your client sanitize your hands again in front of your client. While you do that analyze the skin, face shape and ask:
What is the occasion? How often do you wear makeup? What is your skin type? Are you allergic to any Makeup products? Are you wearing any makeup right now? What makeup look would you like?
Once you have these answers you are good to go, and now that you have analyzed her skin/ face give him/her a compliment on any feature, like high cheekbones, nicely shaped eyebrows, long eyelashes, skin, anything we all have something that stands out and that can be enhanced more.
Steps to Prep and Prime and Makeup Application
Clean face with a makeup remover wipe
Spray some toner (If applicable) let dry for 1 minute
Apply a proper moisturizer. Let the skin absorb it for a couple of minutes.
Apply a proper primer, and let it set for a couple of minutes as well.
While you let products absorb and set, you may start working on eyebrows, and eye makeup.
Your client’s face is ready for some color correcting ( if needed)
Continue to match their foundation color (neck, jawline, or chest) we all have different tones, ask your client where would he/she like to be matched and explain why you have to do that.
If you are doing highlight and contouring with cream products, you may do it at this point or after foundation.
Apply foundation where needed.
Apply concealer, if needed.
If you are doing highlight and contouring with cream products, you may do it at this point or before foundation.
Set everything with translucent powder. (don’t pack it on, you just need a tad bit to set everything)
You may go over with powder to emphasize the contouring and apply some blush or bronzer and highlight.
Continue with eyelash application, mascara, and lip products.
Once everything is done and if your client is happy you may seal the deal (Cinema Secrets Makeup Sealer).
Highlight & contour
The Magic of Make-Up
If you think about it we are not only artists but we are magicians. We use the power of shade and light to, modify, enhance and create what we want. We can give the illusion of a slender face, higher cheekbones, fuller lips, defined nose, bigger and dipper eyes, and more. That’s only if we know where to place the shade and where to put the light. Not everyone has the same face shape, or not everyone needs the same corrective make-up. Here is when you The Artist have to know what you are doing, you don’t want to give your client a disproportionate look and scare her/him away forever. Don’t panic, it can’t go wrong if you just follow your client’s natural bone structure. The parts of the face that recede are the ones where the shade goes, and the parts of the face that are more prominent or where the natural light hits us that’s where the light goes. Be mindful how you apply it and blend. It takes practice and more than anything a good eye to analyze the face and see where you need to shade, or lighten.
Contour and Highlight According to your Face Shape
All about the Eyes
To properly place eye shadow application, define brows and practice what was learned on the prior week.
Practice skin prep, skin color undertone, and color corrections theory.
Foundations, concealers and primer application and add eye shadow placement and eyebrow shaping.
Eyebrows are the most significant facial feature. All angles of the face are determined by the brows: they can lift the eyes; narrow or widen the face. While there is a lot of opportunity here, it is important to let your natural shape be your guide.
The inner edge of the brow should line up with the outside of the corresponding nostril (A).
The highest point of the arch should be just at the outer edge of the eyeball. (B)
The outer brow should taper off to a point that intersects with an imaginary line drawn from the outer nostril past the outer edge of the eye (C), and you thought geometry wouldn’t be useful later in life! It sounds complicated, but just follow the drawing.
You can lift an experienced eye with strategic eyebrow shaping! With an experienced eye, the lid has a tendency to be heavy. Extending the brow down to the “D” line can drag the lid down and make the eyes look tired. Instead, try feathering the brow upward and out from the arch to just above the outer corner of the eye (E). Please keep it natural, we don’t want to create wings here!
To minimize the curve of a round face, direct the outer third of the brow towards the top of the ear.
If the face is square, direct it toward the middle of the ear. This helps balance the face.
If the face is long, keep the brow more straight across, directing it above the ear.
An oval face already looks balanced, but to enhance this harmony, you can direct the outer third towards the ear lobe.
“When applying eye shadow remember that the darker the color the smaller the brush”
“Darker colors are more suitable for bigger eyes. Brighter colors are more suitable for smaller eyelids”
Eye shadow primers & bases
Eye shadow primers are intended as a base for your eye makeup, some primers reduce the very fine lines we have around our eyes and most prevent eye shadow from creasing into them. It evens out eye discoloration tone, and protects the very delicate skin in that area. Also, because of its staying power potential, an eye shadow primer keeps pigments in place all day without fading, creasing or flaking.
Eye shadow base is similar to the primer, its main purpose is to brighten eye shadow colors. Might not work as a primer if you have oily eyelids.
Smokey eye makeup is a dramatic style of eye makeup that gives eyes a dark, deep, mysterious appearance. This style of eye makeup is quite popular, though it is generally not a style that’s usually worn every day. Instead, smokey makeup looks are worn most at night and for fancy occasions.
Cat Eye/Red Lips
Cat eye/red lip
Pin Up/Old Hollywood 1950’s/Vintage Look
When you think of make-up styles from the 1950s, you think of Grace Kelly, Sophia Loren, Audrey Hepburn, and Maureen O ‘Hara and numerous other Hollywood stars. Quite simply, these women were not only fashion icons but beauty icons for women around the world. Their make-up looks defined the era, and it was without doubt the age of glamour! Beauty salons and powder rooms became hallowed sanctuaries for glamorous women.
Pale skin was back again, and pastel hues in powder. Delicacy was the goal for foundation creams and top names like Elizabeth Arden and Max Factor and Helena Rubinstein jostled for supremacy in a woman’s handbag.
It was common now to extend the natural border of your mouth with liner, making a girls look more feminine and – well – voluptuous! Pinks and Reds were the common mix. Orange-red lipsticks for blonde hair, redheads and other medium dark colors; and purple-red lipsticks for dark haired. A survey in 1951 found that more than two thirds of women now regularly wore lipstick. As a result – long lasting lipstick was the next goal, and the first kiss-proof stay-on lipstick was introduced by a lady called Hazel Bishop in 1950. “It stays on YOU,” declared the ads for Hazel Bishop’s smudge-proof lipstick, “
The eye look of the 1950s was essentially minimal, with little eye shadow applied. Mascara on the other-hand was everyone’s favorite little accessory. Generous dabs of the stuff added a flushing femininity to a woman. A soft but definite liner was then applied along the upper lash and softly swept out in an arch, opening up the eyes. Many women used their blush for an ever so light touch-up over the brows, in the evening time. Rosy and pastel hues of rouge applied to the apple of the cheek finished off the look.
A timeless clean look
A bridal makeup look is usually supposed to be timeless. A look that when you look back at your pictures 20 years from now, you won’t regret your makeup. When talking about Bridal Makeup, is possible to assume that the bride will be professionally photographed. Which means you will have to use camera friendly makeup, no glitter, shimmer, multiple products with sun screen protection, and or mineral makeup. The reason is that all those products reflect light and will flash back in photography, washing off most of the makeup, leaving a white cast around the face.
Time to Use Our Imagination
Fantasy make-up can’t be taught, it comes from your imagination. I will give you ideas on what products to use and tips and tricks, but the main source comes from your imagination.
When doing Mature makeup all that you have to remember is to use cream products, stay away from too much powder and shimmer. Using cream products will help the skin stay more hydrated which is what we want. By using too much powder we take away that moisture and the matureness of the skin is emphasized. Avoiding shimmers and glitters will help to avoid the product migrating to the fine lines and emphasizing them more. Use a fair amount of a rich moisturizer and that are silicone based which will help the skin look more hydrated, smother, and healthier.
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