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For Your Best Skin

For Your Best Skin

For Your Best Skin
Exfoliate

 

While you shouldn’t exfoliate daily, it’s still an integral step in your skincare routine, so we suggest exfoliating twice a week. There are two types of exfoliators; chemical and physical exfoliators. We prefer chemical exfoliators as they gently remove dead skin and clear out pores without risking removing any healthy skin.

 

Use A Clay Mask

Since the focus of week one is purifying and detoxing your skin, a clay mask is ideal. Clay will help extract any oil or impurities in your pores – you can see the oil gather as it’s pulled from your pores – it’s gross, yet oddly satisfying.

 

Brighten Your Skin

By introducing vitamin C to your skin, you’ll provide a surge of antioxidants that’ll brighten and illuminate the skin. Vitamin C serums will also help lighten any dark spots, so if your skin is prone to hyperpigmentation, make sure you’re using a vitamin C product.

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Use A Sleeping Mask

As week two is all about healing and hydration, a sleeping mask is an essential. In Korea, some women use a sleeping mask every night, although we think three times a week is plenty! A sleeping mask is like a supercharger night cream that’ll enhance the regeneration process that naturally occurs when your sleep. The mask will also act a barrier preventing moisture loss.

Give Yourself A DIY Facial

Ok, so once you’ve reached midweek (week two), it’s all about chasing that glow. So it’s time to give yourself the ultimate DIY facial. While we’ve covered most of the steps – cleanse, cleanse, exfoliate, mask, tone, moisturize – we also love to do a facial steam after cleansing and before we apply a face mask

Lastly, make sure you choose the exact right course for you so you can benefit from all the knowledge. 

Afterwards you will reap all the rewards of the best education and this will serve you well. 

By and large you will leave The Lipstick Makeup Institute packed with all skills to start your own business.

Setting Powder Tips

Setting Powder Tips

Powder to Bake

Baking is one of our all-time fave makeup hacks. It involves applying a thick layer of loose setting powder on top of your cream complexion products. It’s typically done to brighten the undereye, but you can also bake your chin, nasolabial folds, and the center of your forehead to set your makeup – basically, any areas of your face where makeup tends to crease or is prone to oiliness. 

How to Bake: Dab a heavy layer of a loose setting powder onto areas you want to bake using a damp makeup sponge or powder puff. Allow the baking powder to sit on your skin for three to five minutes, then sweep off the excess with a loose fluffy brush. 

Setting Powder Tips

Use Setting Powder to Snatch

Now we’ve covered the baking basics, here’s the real baking tea. If you’re a TikToker, you’ll know what’s up *wink wink.* When placed strategically, a loose setting powder (in your brightening shade) can also be used to snatch the natural contours of your face for a more sculpted, lifted final look that lasts day to night. Literally, you don’t even need to contour!

Setting Powder Tips

First, apply your brightening concealer shade to the inner and outer corners of your undereye, and for an extra snatch, from the outer corner of your mouth in a line under your cheekbone. Once you’ve blended out your concealer, pack on your loose-setting powder using a damp sponge or powder puff. Wait three to five minutes, then dust off the excess powder using a fluffy brush

Control Oil With Setting Powder

If you have oily or combination skin and are prone to midday shine, setting powder will be your BFFL. Simply grab a loose or pressed powder and a large fluffy brush and dust your entire beat with a light coating of powder. 

Use Powder To Set Your Undereyes

Rather than baking, you can use setting powder to set your undereyes lightly. Dip a small round, medium-fluffy brush in powder, and lightly press the brush into your undereye. This will prevent creasing, brighten, and set, and complements a no-makeup makeup look more effortlessly.

Use Setting Powder on Your Lids

If you find your eyeshadow, or any other cream products on your lid, are prone to creasing, setting powder will (as per) save the day. All you need to do is take a small fluffy brush and dust your entire lid with setting powder after using cream products and before applying your eyeshadow.

 

Use Setting Powder on Your Pout

After applying matte lipstick, use a densely-packed flat brush, pack the translucent powder onto your lips, leave it to set for three to five minutes, then dust off the remaining powder. Finish by adding one final layer of color by dabbing the lip with lipstick

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All in all we look forward to seeing you at
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+971 (0) 528349964.

because we will welcome you with open arms. Bring your friends too. 

Also Feel free to ask any question on our official email or instagram

Basically we are one of the best celebrity makeup school in Dubai.

Although we soon launch our online portal as well. 

Beauty Hygiene Checkin

Beauty Hygiene Checkin

Maintaining good skin care rituals if you have bad beauty hygiene that will counteract all of the hard work you’re putting in.

This means you need to know what not to do. Otherwise inadvertently transfer dirt, oil, and impurities back onto your skin, which will block your pores and could even trigger a breakout. So start the cleanse clean with these three steps

1. Wash your pillowcase and bed sheets: When you sleep, your body temperature naturally rises, and your skin starts to repair (it’s called beauty sleep for a reason!), during this process, you’ll also transfer sweat and dead skin debris onto your pillowcase.

2. Clean your makeup brushes: Your makeup brushes can turn into a breeding ground for dirt and bacteria if not cleaned often enough – we recommend once a week, and rinsing your makeup sponge every time you use it.

3. Wash your hands before you apply your makeup: You’d never eat a meal without washing your hands first, so the same rules should apply for makeup application.

 

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Beauty Hygiene Checkin

Daily Habits For Your Best Skin Ever:
1. Cleanse

Cleansing – it’s basically the cornerstone of good skin. If you don’t cleanse properly, your pores will be congested and blocked, and your skin will be prone to blackheads.

 

2. Tone

Toning will remove any lingering makeup, rebalance your, while toning and tightening your pores, reducing the penetration of impurities. You can tone in the morning with something lightweight and clarifying and at night with something a little more intense.

 

3. Moisturize

Unless your skin is hydrated, it’ll never bring its A-game. Typically, oily and acne-prone skin types should opt for a lightweight gel moisturizer, while dry skin needs a thicker, cream formula. Moisturizing twice a day is also essential; even if you have oily skin, as if you skip this step, your skin will try to compensate by producing more oil.

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Working with Hans Zimmer

Working with Hans Zimmer

Working with Hans Zimmer

Attending an event often calls for a touch of glamour, and who better to learn from than the renowned makeup artist,.

 To begin with, Hans emphasizes the importance of skin preparation. Before any makeup application, he recommends a thorough cleanse and moisturize routine.

All in all , this makes  surethe skin is hydrated and smooth.

Subsequently, a good primer is essential as it creates a flawless base for the makeup, making it last throughout the event.

Moreover, Hans has  for the use of a high-quality foundation that matches the skin tone perfectly.

From foundation to concealer, he suggests targeting areas that need extra coverage, such as under the eyes and around the nose. Next, to add dimension to the face,.

Hans employs contouring and showing  techniques.

he applies a matte bronzer under the cheekbones and jawline.

All in all while a shimmery highlighter is placed on the high points of the face.

Secondly, In addition, eye makeup is a focal point in Hans’s event makeup routine.

Thirdly, as well as starting  with a neutral eyeshadow base, then build  up  with darker shades on the outer corners for a smoky effect.

Lastly, Furthermore, he uses a gel eyeliner for a defined line, adding a touch of drama to the eyes.

However to complete the eye look, he puts s on mascara and often says use  false lashes for added volume and length.

 

 As a final step, he accentuates the lips with a bold color, choosing shades that complement the overall makeup look.

All in all, Hans Zimmer event makeup will make sure  that you stand out.

By following his tips and makes seamless changes.

Howeverer, between each step, anyone can achieve a stunning and cohesive look for any occasion.

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Perfect The Mewy Makeup Look

Perfect The Mewy Makeup Look

If you’re not yet familiar with the newest makeup trend, then let us introduce you to ‘mewy’ – when your skin’s looking dewy AF in all the right places and perfectly mattified in others. 

1. Prep your skin: The key to perfecting this look is to prep your skin properly: start by cleansing, and then gently exfoliate. By exfoliating, you’ll give your skin a silky smooth base.

2. Prime: Possibly the most important product for this makeup look is a good primer. We like to use a mattifying primer on our T-zone and areas that we get oily, and a hydrating primer around our jawline and any areas our skin tends to be drier.

Perfect The Mewy Makeup Look

Perfect The Mewy Makeup Look

3. Airbrush your foundation: To ensure your base is perfectly blended, use a damp beauty sponge to gently pat your foundation on  you can combine your foundation with a drop of primer. To brighten your under eyes, use a satin finish concealer for a more fresh finish.

4. Use a cream highlighter: We’re firm believers that there’s no such thing as too much highlighter. But, when it comes to mewy makeup, it’s all about getting the balance just right. Lightly dab a cream highlighter to the tops of your cheekbones.

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5. Bake Strategically: One of the easiest ways to avoid that midday shine is to bake. However, as you do want your T-zone to be as oil-free as possible, you can bake for a few minutes on the center of your forehand, on your smile lines, and on the center of your chin. Once the time is up, sweep off the remaining powder with a loose brush.

6. Blush up: For your cheeks, dab a little pink-toned cream blush to the apples of your cheeks where you’d naturally be flushed. A cream blush is perfect as it’s subtle yet hydrating, so you’ll get that mewy finish.

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Makeup Mistake You Don’t Know

Makeup Mistake You Don’t Know

 

Makeup Mistake

Is It Your Foundation? Chemical SPFs found in foundation and concealers won’t cause flashback, but if they use the minerals Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide, then the probability of getting a bright white face is much more likely. 

Or Is It Your Powder? By far your worst flashback enemy is silica – the culprit behind the celeb mishaps above. Silica is used mainly in HD powders (some translucent powders have it too), and its light-reflecting particles make it perfect for soaking up oil and blurring imperfections; giving you that flawless matte look that was created for film cameras. Alas, when the flash comes out it can result in harsh white patches that look far from fleeky. HD powders are different to setting powders, so it’s less likely the latter will be a problem, but still check for silica to be on the safe-side before a night out.

Makeup Mistake You Don’t Know

How to Avoid Flashback:

Foundation Fix: One option is to avoid using foundations with SPF at nighttime. You can also check the ingredients on your foundation; if it has SPF but no Titanium Dioxide or Zinc Oxide, you won’t need to worry about ghost face.

Steer Clear of Silica: If a powder lists silica in the ingredients there’s a very strong chance you’ll get flashback – especially if you bake with it! HD powders use silica because it’s silky smooth and makes your skin look poreless and beautiful, so, by all means, If you use the slightest amount, you could get away with it, but be sure to do a quick flash test before you leave the house.

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Firstly, have a think about the course you want and what you want to learn.

Secondly, get a nice set of brushes as this is so important, we can also advise you on this.

Thirdly, call us to discuss the days and times that suit you. 

Lastly, come with just a pen to take notes and your brushes. 

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Owing to the fact that our teachers are the best and our classes are really small and personal. 

 

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Hygiene Beauty Products

Hygiene Beauty Products We Should Never Share

 

In the same way that you wouldn’t lend to your toothbrush to anyone, you shouldn’t share certain beauty products. Our bodies and skin are rife with invisible bacteria and we can never be sure of someone’s level of hygiene. Despite your generous nature, it’s best not to share: Treatments in pots: The contents may be contaminated, as we use our fingers to apply them. Day cream, eyeshadow, lip gloss, body lotions… All of these come in pots or bottles and should be strictly kept for personal use. It’s important that you don’t increase the risk of adding bacteria to your products. So it’s wise to give your hands a thorough wash before dipping your fingers into your favourite products. And make sure you firmly close their lids to keep them better preserved.

Hygiene Beauty Products
Hygiene Beauty Products

Lipstick: Never lend your lipstick to someone – even if it’s your best friend!

Viruses and bacteria (herpes, thrush, cold sores) thrive in our mouths and are not visible to the naked eye. We can be carriers of certain illnesses without having symptoms, but that may not the same in your case!

So better to be safe than sorry and keep your lipstick under wraps. Ditto for lip gloss and balms.

Mascara: Our eye zone is incredibly sensitive and prone to infections including conjunctivitis, styes and orbital cellulitis. Even if your mascara wand looks clean when you take it out, don’t take any risks by sharing it with others! If you can’t bear to say “”no””, then opt for silicone mascara wands (as do pros), which are easy to clean. Eyeliner: As with all parts of the eye, the mucous membrane is particularly at risk of infection. So keep your eyeliner to yourself – its oily tip is a bacterial breeding ground! Compacts: It’s not the compact itself that’s risky, but rather the sponge, applicator or brush that comes with it. By sharing your powder, you’re also sharing germs.

Loose powder, compact foundations, bronzers should be for you and you only. Brushes: You’ll be okay if you wash your brushes – kabuki, blusher, bevel and fan brushes – after each use. If that’s not the case, don’t share them. Bacteria love them and their bristles! Nail files: As with nail clippers, these should not be doled out. When we give ourselves a manicure/pedicure, we dislodge bacteria and grime hidden under our nails.

Even if you keep them for personal use, it’s wise to wash and dry your hands before using them.

Nail varnish, however, is fine to share as bacteria aren’t capable of surviving in their bottles. The same goes for perfume (the alcohol content zaps bacteria), sprays (as we don’t touch them with our fingers) and pencils (which can be sharpened to get a clean surface).

 

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All in all we look forward to seeing you at
The Lipstick Makeup Institute, give us a call anytime on
+971 (0) 528349964.

because we will welcome you with open arms. Bring your friends too. 

Also Feel free to ask any question on our official email or instagram

Basically we are one of the best celebrity makeup school in Dubai.

Although we soon launch our online portal as well. 

Keep your party skin glowing all night

Keep your party skin glowing all night

Prep-up

The idea is to cleanse thoroughly before applying your make-up, so your complexion stays perfect for as long. Kick-off the process the day before, by drinking lots of non-alcoholic fluids. Drink plenty of water, tea, herbal or fruit infusions, and hydrate your skin with a suitable moisturizer. Before going to bed, apply a moisturizing mask with active ingredients that will deeply penetrate the skin. This Micro-essence contains Salicylic Acid which accelerates skin renewal & mildly exfoliates to refine pores & skin texture. It has a watery texture that easily absorbs in your skin and hydrates it from within. And on the big day itself, start with a very light scrub; that exfoliates your skin and makes it glow naturally. Apply an eye contour product to reduce puffy eyelids and bags, leaving you looking wide-eyed and fresh-faced.

Keep your party skin glowing all night

Keep your party skin glowing all night

Prepare The Base

Begin with a moisturizer to plump up the skin and boost circulation for a natural rosy look. Apply a make-up base (firming, if necessary) that will set your makeup, smooth out pores and eliminate signs of tiredness. A corrective base or primer will even out your skin tone: try a purple tint if your complexion is dull, or green if you need to reduce redness. Now you’re ready for foundation. You only need a small amount: the more you blend it in, the longer it will last. Make sure your foundation matches the colour of your neck; and your cleavage. And for a lasting effect, opt for a mattifying or high-definition product.

Apply The Right Make-up

To brighten the skin, apply an illuminator under the eyebrows, on the cheekbones, to the bridge of the nose and just above the chin. You can even gently shade under the cheekbones to highlight your bone structure. Top it off with a touch of blusher on the apples of the cheeks. Set your make-up by evenly applying a light coat of powder. And here’s a pro tip: mist your face, holding the spray 50cm away, to firmly fix your make-up.

Pair your glowing skin with an elegant shiny dress and make all head turns in your party all night long.

Above all now that you know the hacks to make your glow skin last longer.

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All in all we look forward to seeing you at
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+971 (0) 528349964.

because we will welcome you with open arms. Bring your friends too. 

Also Feel free to ask any question on our official email or instagram

Basically we are one of the best celebrity makeup school in Dubai.

Although we soon launch our online portal as well. 

However for any question feel free to get in touch

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Arab Fashion Week Day 2

Welcome to Arab Fashion Week backstage to Day 2.

Arab Fashion Week is one of the most exciting events of the year. The rush is still flowing form the Day 1 and its all go go go behind the scenes, so come on in and see what Day 2 had in store for The Lipstick Makeup Institute team.

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Day 2

Look 1
Designer: Next Generation

Welcome to the dark side with New Generations latest collection. With a gothic look to match their beautiful dark stain clothing,  make up by illamasqua to create this look.

We had a light base of foundation to give the clear clean skin look, very light contour just to highlight the cheek bones. On the eyes we used a sliver shimmer to the inner corner of the eyes, taking this to the base of the eyelid, up to the brow bone and gradually taking a darker shade in the eye crease for a bit of contouring, we also took the sliver shimmer under the eye and one light coat of mascara only of the top lashes.
For the lips we took a deep purple to finish off the gothic look.

 

 

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Look 2
Designer: Jeans Couture

With Jeans Couture funky edgy style we took peach and bronze tones to the eyes.  On the lids we used a peachy bronze across the whole lid, we used a darker tone to bring the colour up to the brows. One coat of mascara on the top lashes. We kept the bottom lash line mascara free with a light sweep of peach pigment. For the lips we had a beautiful plum colour to compliment the bright eyes.  For the cheekbones we took a shade of rouge to match the lip colour.  The base was a matte clean finish.

 

Arab Fashion Week Day 2

 

 

 

Arab Fashion Week Day 2

Look 3
Designer: Laquan Smith

With deep shades of red, black latex and sexy thigh high boots for this collection, we went for the oh so seductive look.

We had to get the make up done before the gorgeous models got their hair done so we had no time to lose. The look was very similar to Jeans Couture. We change the eyes slightly making the colours more pinks rather than bronze, we blended the shade more and didn’t take it as high as the brow bone, using the same technique  to sweep slight pink pigment along the bottom lash line. With the lips we chose a slightly less blue undertone for a lighter shade.  We contoured the cheeks more and high

 

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Arab Fashion Week Day 2

Look 4
Designer: Laura Macini

Laura Macini create a beautiful Egyptian look for her beautiful evening gowns.

We bronzed the base up a bit for this look, contouring and highlighting the cheekbones and forehead.  We kept the eyelid clean from colour using vaseline to create a beau tile sheen, used liquid liner on both the top and bottom lash line to elongate the eyes. For the lips we took  a light blush shade to finish off the look.

 

 

Arab Fashion Week Day 2

Look 5
Designer: Ilse Jara

A complete eye change for this look compared to Laura Macini. Eyeliner came off and the gold was packed on. We kept the base very light and clean with just a very slight bronze for a cheekbone contour but the  main focus was the eyes. We smashed heavy gold pigment from the top lashliene to the brows, smudging some vaseline on the lids as well for extra sheen.  Lips we took pinky nude colour and kept lips matte.  The hair stylist finished the look off by sweeping the hair back off the models face, this look is amazing on the catwalk as all the lights really shows the gold on the models eyes.

 

 

Arab Fashion Week Day 2

Arab Fashion Week Day 2

We hope you enjoyed backstage at  Arab Fashion Week with the Lipstick Makeup Institute for day 2.

 

Best Way To Learn Makeup

 

Best Way To Learn Makeup

Best Way To Learn Makeup

Start With Basic Research:

Before diving into application, take some time to research the essentials.

For one thing, look for reputable makeup artists, beauty blogs, and YouTube channels.

After all, offering beginners tutorials and makeup tips only. Familiarize yourself with basic makeup products.

Understand their purposes and how they can enhance your features.

Best Way To Learn Makeup

Online Makeup Tutorials

The digital era has made learning makeup more accessible than ever. YouTube, Instagram,.

For instance, makeup blogs are rich sources of inspiration and valuable tips from pro makeup artists.

Online beauty lessons suit to all skill levels, fashions, and interests are now available to aspiring makeup.

From basic makeup tips to advance techniques like cut creases and winged eyeliner, there’s a tutorial for every look imaginable.

Furthermore, Many expert makeup artists now use social media sites like Instagram to display their talent through eye-catching photos and quick videos.

In contrast, cosmetics blogs include in-depth articles and step-by-step instructions.

that let students examine many facts of makeup artistry in great detail.

Understand Your Skin Tone And Type

Know your skin type is essential for choosing the right products. Check if you have oily, dry, combination, or sensitive, skin types.

Above all, select makeup products accordingly. A good skincare routine is also crucial as it provides a smooth canvas for cosmetic application.

 

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Learn Face Mapping And Contouring

all though understand your face shape and how to contour and highlight your features.

After all, contouring involves using a shade darker than your skin tone to create shadows .

Even so, define specific areas while highlighting uses a lighter shade of skin tones.

to bring attention to certain features.

Above ll, make sure to learn about fluffy brush, concealer brush, lip products, angled brush, brow powder, powder blush, shade lighter, setting powder, and full coverage of make-up.

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Create Your Makeup Portfolio

Because portfolio is very important start writing your makeup journey by creating a portfolio of your best looks.

Above all, take pictures to track your progress and showcase your skills.

A portfolio can also be useful when applying for makeup opportunities. 

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All in all Join Lipstick Makeup Institute and become a professional makeup artist and work with us on many different projects.

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