How does your makeup routine look like? I believe all of us we have some different habits about makeup application. Basically there are no rules in makeup. All you need is a clean makeup, stylish and well blended! Lets start with the Dos: 1.Make sure you take care of your skin. This is the first DO! Use a scrub monthly once or twice, face cleaning gel or foam, toner every day and moisturising cream. 2. Start your makeup on a clean and moisturised skin. 3. Always try the foundation on your face near to the jawline area to check the colour. 4.Apply the foundation in thin layers 5.Try to use thin layers if you use cream contours and highlights 6.Use Translucent powder instead of pressed powder 7.Use 3 shades lighter shadow on your brows than your brow colour 8.Use matte eye shadows for daytime look 9.Apply peach-orange tones on your cheeks giving you immediate fresh look 10. Glossy lips look more healthy than matte ones, don't forget to apply a lipgloss for the nice finishing Now lets see the DON'TS 1. Don't over draw your natural lips. 2.Don't apply blush to your cheeks without blending 3.Don't forget to wash your makeup off at night 4.Don't go crazy with drawn-in-eyebrows 5.Don't be afraid of a little sparkle and glitter. 6.Don't be extreme with your concealer shade. 7.Don't wear clumpy mascara 8.Don't get stuck in a rut with your makeup routine 9.Dont be afraid to experiment with different colours 10.Dont panic if you made mistakes you can always work with mistakes and fix them but if not you will take off the makeup and start again. Makeup is not a plastic surgery you can always start to apply it again and again! After the tips what and how to do the conclusion is -Less is always more -Keep your makeup simple -The right foundation colour is one of the most important things in makeup - Blend, blend and blend -Always keep your makeup clean. No mascara smudges and dark patches under the eyes because of the dark eyeshadows Practice makes perfect so don't give up after the first or second fail! The makeup can always be better! Click on our blog tomorrow as we will give you some awesome tips how to look gorgeous just with 10 minutes makeup See you
We just want to wish our lovely student Heba Salad all the best with her career. The lady has just finished the Gold media Make Up course. Reba collected her Certificate and her photos today on her birthday. She passed her exam with flying colours and not only is that down to our lovely Sheba whom we will miss very much but it is down to our great Master educator, Livia. This is the Gold Course Heba just finished. Gold Make Up Course (10 days 60 hours) 1. History of make up and the fashion icons 2. Skincare and make up steps 3. Daytime look make up (theory and practice) and hair styling 4. Evening make up look (theory and practice) hair styling 5. Smokey look (classical) 6. European bridal (theory and practice) hair styling 7. Red Carpet make up look (theory and practice) hair styling 8. Arabic make up (theory and practice) hair styling 9. Bollywood make up (theory and practice) hair styling 10. Make Up for photoshoots (colour and black and white)and hair styling 11. Creative make up workshop and hair styling 12. Preparing an own concept for a photo shooting (hair and make up) 13. Examination theory (1 hour) and creating a make up look and hair styling (2 hours) What the students get: A course booklet which provides step to step guides Professional set of brushes to use whilst on the course Set of products worth AED1000 All make up will be provided by the school Opportunity to work with professional models The rare chance to work in a professional operating studio Working with professional photographers 5 professional photo of the students work After completing the course our students are entitled for huge discounts with different brands International Certificte The Gold make up course is for a person who wants to get a basic and short training of the make up artistry. YasminvHussain, Heba Salad & Livia Rideg Take look At hobbies Portfolio she left Lipstick with taken by our partner company , YH Studios DXB. Livia is not just a teacher but this is her passion and life long ambition. This is her! Looks a bit weird, I know, only joking ha!! Personally I think Liv was born with a lipstick in one hand and a blusher brush in the other! A bit like this!! Like I am to photography, by the way I am Yasmin Hussain, founder of The Lipstick Make up institute Livia is to make up!
The Lipstick Make Up Team had a fabulous night was had by everyone in Downtown Dubai. The event was t mark the opening of the new restaurant where over 200 people gathered to mark the occasion with amazing gives from the DJ, wonderful sushi, great makeup for the Lipstick make Up Institute Team. Many joined in the theme of the evening by wearing onesies which was just great fun to see. The flow of ladies just kept coming and were great sports and participated in all the nights fun. Its amazing to see just how make up with the right technique can change a persons attitude and makes everyone feel part of a culture. At The Lipstick make Up Institute we are always creating and having fun with our students on courses. Check out our Facebook page and see the diverse range of make up looks we do https://www.facebook.com/The-Lipstick-Make-Up-Institute-1660062514212667/ Our sister company : YH StudiosDXB http://yhstudiosdxb.com Is part of the whole set up and this is why our students get the best of everything, make up, teaching, creativity, location shoots, studio shoots etc. Check out our images, you will love them. Our main photographer, Yasmin is from the UK and has been a photographer for over 26 years and works closely with the students so that they understand the relationship between make up and photography. Please check out our courses. We have a range from 1 hour to 6 weeks. This is our passion too its not just a business, we do what we love and love what we do. Teaching is easy as our students really want to learn even if its just to learn how to apply their make up on themselves. Learn about contouring, Highlighting, how to apply the lipstick correctly. Its very thin line between applying make up correctly and un correctly. Get it wrong and the whole look does not work! You look like a painted doll. Call us on +971 52 83 49964 for advice on our courses.
What is strobing, you ask? It's a fun term for highlighting, basically. Forget everything you learned about contouring (it was hard to master, anyway). Extra highlighting will give you a dewy, shimmery, more youthful glow. But because "dewy" can turn into "sweaty" super-quick, here are a few tips to keep you on the right track.
- Prep your skin with a hydrating moisturizer. Strobing is all about getting the perfect glow, so you'll need to replenish dull, dry skin with a good moisturizer first. If you have naturally oily skin, use one that's oil-free.
- Use a highlighter shade that best matches your skin tone. To avoid the frosted '90s look, make sure the highlighter you're using complements your skin tone for a subtle sheen.
- Only use the highlighter in spots that catch light: on your cheekbones, along your temples, down the bridge of your nose, below your brow bone, in the corners of your eyes, and above your cupid's bow. This will enhance your natural features. Don't spread the product all over your face, or else your glow will turn into a greasy mess. If you have oily skin, skip areas like your forehead or chin, which have a little shine already.
- After you've applied the highlighter, blend it out with your fingers, a fan brush, or a damp makeup sponge. To avoid blobs of product and obvious makeup lines, make sure you blend any harsh edges of highlighter so it fades into the rest of your skin.
We can easily say that contouring and highlighting is one of the biggest trends in makeup although contouring and highlighting is a part of a makeup application for a long time. What is contouring and highlighting? With contouring and highlighting we want to bring back the 3D look of the face, to give more dept on the contoured areas and highlight the highest point of the face. When you apply foundation on the skin it covers the blemishes and refreshes the face but at the same time it kinda wipes off the features and shapes. With contouring we can give more dept and shape to the face also because we are shading the contoured areas will look optically sharper and smaller. For contouring we are using a greyish - brown colour as we want to make it look the natural and real as possible. This colour can be 3 or 4 shades darker than our skin colour. Highlighting is a process of enhancing the face areas where the light "hits the face". The highlighted area is lighter and optically looks wider and bigger. Usually its the centre of the forehead, under the eyebrows and under eye area, top of the cheekbones, bridge of the nose, cupid bow and centre of the chin. The colour can be 2 or 3 shades lighter than our skin colour depends how intensive we want to go with it. Tip of the day: if you don't know where to contour your face, all you need to do is to check your face in a natural light in the mirror. The shadows on the face will show you where you have to contour. Generally its the hairline on the forehead or the temples, eye socket, nose, under the cheekbones, jawline and chin. Don't forget the contours are changing as the per the face shapes and they are never straight. Also keep in mind that when you are contouring you are shading so the best contours are more shadows on the face perfectly blended and smoothened out not harsh lines. Stay with us tomorrow as we will talk about contouring products in details
The most common problem that all of us struggling from to find the right colour of the foundation we are wearing. When you go to the makeup store forget about trying the foundation on your hands. The reason is:
- is not the same colour like your face
- the skin on our face is more sensitive
- the skin on your face is a different skin type than your hands so of course you have to find the matching foundation to your skin type.
Lets talk about skin types The first thing we need to do is to find out what is our skin type.
- If your skin have a healthy glowing and feels smooth then you are the lucky one who have a normal skin.