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Body Makeup Lipstick Makeup Institute

 

Body Makeup Lipstick Makeup Institute

All too often makeup artists neglect hands even when they will be part of a shot. Men frequently have red knuckles. Older people have age spots. Cuts and scars are common.

Apply makeup to the hands in exactly the same basic way you apply it to the face. Use concealer to hide blemishes and a light touch of foundation what perfectly matches the skin colour.

Blend very well. If your subject is a man wearing a suit and shirt, apply makeup around the cuff. Of course, don’t get yellow makeup on a white shirt! Place tissues in the cuffs to avoid the risk.Body Makeup Lipstick Makeup Institute

If your subject is a woman, check the nail polish.Ensure that is properly applied.

In some photo shoots, your subject will be revealing more than face and hands. Legs, knees, arms and who knows what else may be photographed. You will encounter challenges.

For example, knees may be darker than the surrounding skin. Shaved areas such as those under the arms may be lighter. “Bikini lines” may show up where areas of skin that have been exposed to the sun meet those that have been covered by clothing.

Body makeup which is more heavily pigmented than face makeup

its typically water and sweat resistant, can work well in these circumstances.

Generally you will want to match the natural skin tone

Body Makeup

 

The No Makeup Makeup Look

The No Makeup Makeup Look

The no makeup makeup look feels like the easiest look to achieve. As we all want to achieve this look, it’s always harder than we think. This look is perfect for summer vacations, days at the beach or when you want to fake the I woke up fresh vibes. Here’s a guide to achieve a flawless no makeup makeup look.

Step 1: Prep your skin by cleansing your face, toner, moisturiser preferably SPF, finally apply your primer.

Step 2: Foundation application is optional. Some people like to skip foundation with this look, while others opt for a lighter or a dewy foundation.

Step 3: Conceal as needed. Just like foundation, concealer isn’t always needed for this look. You can apply concealer in a small amount for the purpose of a brighter effect.

Step 4: Glow with an illuminator. Time to add some shimmer, preferably a cream shimmer. It is totally your option to go with a traditional highlighter. Illuminator gives a subtle lit from within the glow on the whole face. You can apply this creamy illuminator on the whole face and even the body, preferably in a rose gold shade.

Step 5: Eye makeup. For a pretty natural makeup look, choose a cream shadow. Cream shadows are easy to use, just swipe and blend. A rule for creamy eyeshadow, those with oily skin need to use eyeshadow primer for long lasting. Choose a shade that works well with your skin tone, and gives a natural sun kissed look.

Step 6: Blush everywhere. Just like eyeshadow, try using cream blush unless you have an oily skin. Cream blush will diffuse and blend into your skin with a more natural look than a traditional powder well. You can always substitute the cream blush with a cream bronzer.

Step 7: Embrace your natural brows. Less is more when it comes to clean, groomed brows, which is what you want for the no makeup makeup look. Using a brow gel is as easy as it gets. Fill in your brows if needed in a soft technique.

Step 8: Define with mascara. Mascara is the finishing touch to make eyes pop in just the right way.

Step 9: Spritz and Mist. Voila, you’ve created your ultra pretty no makeup makeup look just like a pro.

 

 

LEARN ABOUT MAKEUP HYGIENE

MAKEUP HYGIENE

Learn about makeup hygiene with Lipstick Makeup Institute

PROFESSIONAL SANITARY GUIDELINESWash Your Hands

 

Makeup cleaning and sanitary Application procedures are necessary when applying makeup.

Working  individual or working with numerous faces in short time

Important to follow sanitary guidelines.

Skin breakouts cause of infections if proper sanitary makeup precautions guidelines not followed

Your clean makeup kit and station show professionalism,

your clients immediately get the sense that they are in good hands!Mascara

 

 

  • Mascara : should be discarded at every 6 weeks
  • Use clean disposable mascara and never double dip.
  • Wipe your powder products eye shadow and blush with a tissue after use.
  • Wash your brushes after application.
  • While Use palette knife or spatula for liquid and creams based products.
  • Sanitise lipstick; concealer & cream products by dipping in or spray with alcohol then wipe them with clean tissue.
  • Scoop lipstick colour to stick with spatula and place it  in  mixing palette.
  • Sanitise your pencils before using, remove residue from the sharpener with alcohol and dip the pencil.
  • Loose powders and pigments will be use in a mixing palette using  spatula or palette knife.
  • Use disposable applicators while working with liquid liners and lip gloss. Never double dip and do not apply directly with applicator.
  • When you working with liquid cosmetics, se them into a mixing palette and apply with brush or sponge. This applies to foundations, moisturisers or anything that comes out of a bottle.
  • Q-tips  great for applying concealer and foundation over any open wounds. You can dip into loose powder.
  • Sponges should be used  one person at a time.
  • Do not shared professional kits it used solely by you.Brushes
 

LEARN MAKEUP BASICS

LEARN Makeup Basics The Lipstick Makeup Institute

Learn Makeup Basics with Lipstick.

Makeup artistry truly is an art.

The face is the blank canvas, and makeup becomes a way of “designing” or painting the face in beautiful ways.

to achieve the desired look. It can bring confidence to individuals who feel their faces are not “perfect”even when we know that nobody is perfect.

Makeup should be viewed as a tool to help present a person’s  beauty in the best way possible, and to project their creativity and different sense of style to the world.Kiko Milano Makeup

  Trial and experimental the courage to try new things  are all important parts of the learning process as you train to become a professional makeup artist.

Hygiene

In this Paragraph we discuss about Hygiene. Personal hygiene and safety the hygiene of the makeup artist, makeup area, brushes and products

 as a makeup artist you will be  maintain sanitary and hygienic makeup and application tools.

Dirty makeup and tools not only look extremely bad to your clients, they can carry bacteria and spread infection.

Makeup Hygiene

 

you must get quite physically close to a client to work with the makeup effectively. as a professional makeup artist knowing what to expect during makeup application and what the end results can be imagine both factors to keep in mind when you work