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MAKEUP ACADEMY IN BUILDING CAREER

MAKEUP ACADEMY IN BUILDING CAREER

 

MAKEUP ACADEMY IN BUILDING CAREER

A successful career in the beauty industry needs more than natural talent and good looks. It will be takes training and education from a respective beauty academy. If you’re serious about having a successful career, you need to find the right school to provide skills and knowledge is a must. This blog will show the importance of a beauty academy for successful career.

Beauty industry is a competitive field. To be successful, you need to have the right skills and training. Enrolling in a reliable makeup academy in UAE is a must;  With the right education and training, you can achieve your goals and reach your full potential and also offer you the opportunity to connect with other professionals with this industry. 

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF A BEAUTY ACADEMY FOR SUCCESSFUL CAREERS

 

Beauty academies offer programs that cover everything from hair styling and makeup application to nail care and skincare. Joining makeup courses in UAE ensures you get the best possible education to help you succeed in your chosen career.

In addition, a good beauty academy will also offer you the opportunity to meet other professionals in the industry. This networking can be use when finding job opportunities or advancing your career.

Professionals in the beauty industry know the importance of keeping up with the latest trends. A good beauty academy will offer classes that teach students the latest techniques and styles including the best bridal makeup in UAE. Many academies also provide advanced courses for those who want to specialize in the particular beauty industry. In addition, most academies have career counsellors who can help students choose the right path for their future careers.

 

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THE BEST BEAUTY ACADEMY

 

There are many benefits to attending a professional beauty school. Students learn from experienced instructors. They also have access to state-of-the-art equipment and resources.

A career in the beauty industry can be rewarding. You have a successful career in this exciting field with the right education and training. If you’re thinking about a beauty academy, be sure to check out your local beauty academy. You may find it’s the perfect place to start your successful journey.

The beauty industry is always changing and evolving, as are the techniques and styles use by professionals in the industry. A good beauty academy will offer classes that teach the students latest techniques so they can stay ahead of the curve and ready for new trends to come their way. Many academies also offer advance courses for those who want to specialize in a beauty industry area. So whether you’re just starting or looking to take your career to the next level, a professional beauty academy can give you the education and training you need to succeed.

 

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Takeaway

With experienced instructors, and a professional beauty parlor course recognized by the industry, a professional Lipstick Makeup Institute DUBAI can give you the education and training your needs to have a successful in this exciting field. So don’t wait, explore your options today to become the best bridal makeup artist in UAE.

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MAKEUP ACADEMY IN BUILDING CAREER

Diploma For MakeupArtist 1Week

Diploma For MakeupArtist 1Week

Diploma For MakeupArtist 1Week  For the 1st time in UAE we are announcing 1 Week diploma for only those who want to learn more skills, and techniques in makeup.

This Diploma is for only those who already a makeup artist and you get the KHDA certification 

Be a part of our team and learn makeup with one of our Head Teacher from Paris.

What’s Included in the Diploma?

International Diploma

KHDA Certification

5 Professional Photographs of their work

Makeup Supplied by school

Models Supplied by the school

Certificate of Achievement KHDA

Special techinques in Diploma on different looks

 

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Platinum Diploma

No Makeup Look

Catwalk/ glamorous,

Bollywood or Arabic

European, Editorial

Diploma For MakeupArtist 1Week
Makeup School Dubai

Diploma For MakeupArtist 1Week

Book onto this amazing course for only AED5,000 for the Diploma and KHDA Certification. Become a part of the Lipstick Makeup Institute  Phenomenon and world. 

You will be a part of YH Studios also. 

 

 

All our students have the unique opportunity to work in our Global Award Winning Studio every time they do a look on the models. This way they get to learn just how makeup should look and be applied for Media Makeup. Photography makeup is so different to daily makeup. We are a Fashion Photography Studio so the courses we offer are exciting and get our students free flowing creativity  at its peak.

The Lipstick Make Up Institute’s main aim is to train and guide our students to the highest level to be professional, practical, quick, flexible and precise in their job.

basically this course in only for who already a makeup artist and want to learn more techniques and skills.

We also provide you KHDA Certification so you will be certified makeup artist.

 call to Book now 21st NOVEMBER and 28th NOVEMBER

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We will run this course up until Christmas. Let’s end the year on a high. Maybe you can join the @creativeshowteam 

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The Importance of Blusher

The Importance of  blusher

Now ladies the blusher is important as any other makeup product or step of application

The Importance of  Blusher
Clear toned skin

blusher

Don’t leave it out because your makeup will look incomplete
Here are some practical tips for you about the blushers.
Where to apply it and how?

Right on the cheekbones!

Don’t go on the top of the cheekbones with blusher!

Under your cheekbones will be your contour so again no…keep it exactly on the cheekbones.

The right blush can add a pop of color to your cheeks, instantly making you look younger, healthier and prettier. However, many women are unsure about the right type of blush to use and how exactly they should apply it. Choose a suitable color for your skin tone. When choosing a blush colour, it’s important to pick one that matches your natural skin tone.

1. This means that the color you pick should be as close as possible to the color your cheeks turn when you’re naturally flushed. Picking a color that doesn’t match your skin tone can cause your blush to look unnatural and even garish.

2. A good tip for identifying your natural coloring is to make a tight fist with your hand for about ten seconds. The color that develops across your knuckles is the ideal color for your blush!

3. In general, pale skin tones will work best with light pink which mimics their natural flush. For a more dramatic look, peaches and mochas can work well.

4. Sallower skin tones will do best with orange or reddish-pink blushes which brighten the skin, adding a healthy glow.

5. Dark skin tones can get away with vivid oranges, pinks and reds which add a pop of life and color.

 

The Lipstick Makeup Institute has a MASSIVE discount on The Platinum  Course at the moment..

For Early Birds its 40%

This course is for 5 weeks .

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LEARN SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP 2022

LEARN SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP 2022

LEARN SPECIAL EFFECTS
Special Effect Look

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THEORY AND PICTURES

Prosthetic makeup (also called Special make-up effects and FX prosthesis) is the process of using prosthetic sculpting,

moulding and casting techniques to create advanced cosmetic effects.

Prosthetic makeup revolutionised by John Chambers in such films as Planet of the Apes and Little Big Man.

TECHNIQUE

The process of creating a prosthetic appliance begins with life casting, taking a mould of a body part (often the face) to use as a base for sculpting the prosthetic.

Life cast moulds made from prosthetic alginate or more recently, from skin-safe silicone rubber. This initial mould is relatively weak and flexible. A hard mother mould, typically made of plaster or fibreglass bandages its created overtop the initial mould to provide support.

Once negative mould made, its promptly fill with gypsum cement, most of the common brand is “Ultra cal -30 to make a “positive” mould. 

The edges of the clay should be as thin as possible, is a stand-in for what will eventually be the prosthetic piece.

Along the edges of the mould, “keys” or mould points are sculpt or carved into the life cast, to make sure that the two pieces of the mould will to together correctly.

After that once sculpting is complete a second mould. This gives two or more pieces of a mould a positive of the face, and one more negative mould pieces of the face with prosthetic sculpt in. Carefully removed and  material is cast into mould cavity. The prosthetic material can be foam latex, gelatin, silicone or other similar materials.

Its cured within the two part mould thus creating the beginning of a makeup effect.

One of the hardest parts of prosthetic make-up is keeping the edges as thin as possible. The tissue should be a thin so they are easy to blend and cover giving a flawless look.

The use of prosthetic makeup to create wounds or trauma is called moulage and is used by the military and medical schools to educate  lesson psychological trauma when exposed to the real thing.

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Cocktail Makeup Look

Cocktail Makeup Look

A  Cocktail makeup application can be completed in 20 to 30 minutes. Why cocktail? This makeup look is perfect for dinner time, weddings or any occasion where we would like to have a little bit stronger makeup on. Its between the daytime and evening makeup look, but stronger then the daytime look but lighter and softer than the evening look.

Cocktail Makeup Look

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Lets see the steps:

  1. Cleanse, tone and moisturize: Wait a few minutes for moisturizer to be absorbed. Use primer if needed.
  2. Foundation: Dab liquid foundation over the entire face with your fingertips or sponge. For cream foundation use a wet sponge for a better and smoother coverage. Apply in thin layer over the entire face.

When you applying the foundation, you must ensure that you got the right colour. Choose 3 colours which are close to your skin colour. Apply a line on the face from each colour near to the jaw line. The colour which blends into your skin colour and its invisible that is the right foundation for you. Don’t try the foundations on the hands, its not helpful about choosing the right colour, because the skin on the hands are not the same as on your face, its not the same colour as your face and the skin on the face is more sensitive.

Make sure that the entire face is well blended and covered. Dont stop at the jaw line extend the foundation under it also and on the neck. If your first coat of foundation does not cover well, apply a second or third. Layering is always better in the makeup artistry than an initial heavy application.

  1. Corrector / concealer : Cover blemishes and dark areas with orange, yellow or peach-toned

corrector. The concealer will conceal the corrector colour, what is in skin colours. Application with fingertips or concealer brush.

  1. Powder: Use a loose pale yellow-based powder or translucent dusting powder to set the makeup. Apply with a brush, for dry skin dust only around the nose and forehead since these areas t to be a little richer in oils.
  2. Eyebrows: Shape the brows with a small amount of brow powder or pencil. If you have a dark hair, using a colour that is one or two tones lighter than the hair colour. Use a golden brown or light brown shade if you have a fair skin complexion.
  3. Eye shadow: Choose three shades of eye shadow: light, medium and dark. Use the dark to line the upper lid, thinly, along the lash edge. Use medium shade to cover the remaining part of the eye lid up to the crease. Use the lightest shade for the area between the crease and the brow. You can highlight the eyes by using the darkest shade in the crease of the eye, and/or to stretch the eye shadow along the lid out toward the temple and blend the colour.

In this makeup look we can go with a stronger eye makeup. By applying a touch of black in the outer corner of the eye will give deepness to our look. The highlighter can be pearl shine (shimmer) to give a bit of glamour to our eye makeup look.

  1. Eyeliner: Use cake liner and apply with an angled or fine liner brush, or use a sharpened eyeliner pencil. In general apply a black, dark brown, dark grey/black, eyeliner in a thin line at the base of the lashes. Start at the edge of the upper lashes.
  2. Mascara: Black mascara is the best to highlight your lashes. Apply in two thin coats rather than one heavy one. If you are deciding to curl your lashes do it before you applying mascara.
  3. Blush: Apply the blush directly on the cheekbones and blend it to the hairline. You can add a little shimmer on the top of the cheekbones if you want to emphasize them.
  4. Lip liner: Apply lip liner in advance of lip colour as the lip liner helps contain the lipstick, keeps it from feathering, and makes it more durable. Remember that symmetry is beauty. Use your lip liner to improve the symmetrical look of the lips with the right side being the mirror image of the left. Try also to make upper and lower lips appear to be equal thickness.
  5. Lipstick: Neutral shades and sheer formulas are perfect for a daytime look. Use a lip brush to apply dark or bright colour’s since these require very precise application. Add a dot of a gloss to the centre of the bottom lip and then blot. Make sure no lipstick sticks to the teeth.
Cocktail Makeup Look
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Self Makeup Application Course

Self Makeup Application Course

Self Makeup Application Course

( Total duration of course 9 hours ) 2 Days

 

  1. Makeup steps, products and tools

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  2. Daytime makeup look
  3. Cocktail makeup look
  4. Evening Makeup look

 

 

Skincare and makeup steps

(Products and tools)

 

 

“I believe that when one look at a face, you should notice the face, not the make-up. Make-up should be there to enhance the face, not to cover it up. It should not attempt to cover and conceal and change a woman’s beauty. It should bring out It’s best features and make the most of it. it should be about harmony with life and nature.”

 

Healthy glowing skin is the dream of every woman. How to achieve it? We need to take care of our skin. Clean it properly day by day and moisturize it.Certified Makeup Artist

Skin care steps:

  1. Cleaning (wet wipes, cleansing milk, gel, micellar water etc)
  2. Toning (the toner cleans up the skin perfectly, refreshes it and closes the pores)
  3. Moisturizing the skin (day cream with SPF, vitamins and anti-aging)

 

Make-up application steps:

  1. Primer (if needed depends of the type of foundation) (application with fingers or foundation brush)
  2. Foundation application (liquid, cream, stick depends of the skin type) (application with sponge, foundation brush, stippling brush)
    1. Corrector application (green, yellow, peach or orange depends of the skin colour. Applying under the eye, eyelids and anywhere on the face where we want to correct the

    discolorations. Green –red, yellow-violet, orange, peach – blue)(application with fingers or with concealer brush)

  3. Concealer – after the colour correction we need to cover up the corrected areas. The concealers are always in our skin tone. (ivory, beige, sand, etc)(application with fingers or concealer brush)
  4. Fixing powder – lose powder or translucent powder is for the fixing the foundation to get the matte and smooth finish. For the touch ups we are using the compact powder. (application with a powder brush or with powder puff)
  5. Filling up the eyebrows – we want to achieve the perfectly done and natural eyebrows. We are using eye shadows (matte) in lighter shade than the eyebrow colour, application with an angled brush.
  6. Application of the mascara ( 2 layers – it can be the same mascara or 2 different kinds of mascara, application from the roots to the top.)
  7. Blusher or bronzer application – on the cheek bone – blended, with a blusher brush.
  8. Lips – lip liner, lipstick and lip gloss application with a lip brush.

Platinum Makeup Diploma Started

Platinum Makeup Diploma Started

Our students  started The Platinum Started At Lipstick

And are all from every different age.

Firstly, Here at The Lipstick, Makeup Institute The Platinum Amazing Course is the course Really gets our  students ready  to become the best  professional makeup artist they can be. 

 

The course is over taken over five weeks. The first few weeks the makeup teacher covers the whole history of makeup, all the looks, the colours, how we got to where we are today in the world of makeup.

 

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At The Lipstick Makeup Institute, our teachers are simply the best. We also hire our ex graduates as they know how we work. They also understand how students want to be taught.

 

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PROFESSIONAL SANITARY GUIDELINES

 PROFESSIONAL SANITARY GUIDELINES 

Makeup cleaning and sanitary Application

Process are must be follow when you are doing the makeup. Wether you are working single or you working with many faces in a short amount of time,

It is important to follow sanitary guidelines.

Skin breakouts can occur as well as infection if proper sanitary makeup precautions are not taken.

An organized and clean makeup kit and station screams professionalism and your clients will immediately get the sense that you know what you’re doing and they are in good hands!

  • Mascara should be discard at every 6 weeks
  • Use clean disposable mascara wands and never double dip
  • Wipe powder products including eye shadow and blush with tissue after use
  • Wash your brushes with brush cleaner after each application.
  • Use a palette knife or spatula for liquid, creams and emollient-based products.
  • Sanitize lipstick; concealer & cream products by dipping in or spraying with alcohol(91%) then wipe them with a clean tissue.
  • Scoop lipstick color of the stick with a spatula and place it onto a mixing palette.
  • Sanitize pencils prior to using, remove residue from the sharpener with alcohol and dip the pencil in or spray with alcohol.
  • Loose powders and pigments should be onto a mixing palette using a spatula or palette knife.
  • Use disposable applicators when you working with liquid liners and lip gloss, and never double dip. You can also dispense these products onto a mixing palette; never apply directly with included applicator.
  • When you  are working with liquid cosmetics, dispense them onto a mixing palette and apply then with brush or sponge. Make sure the mouth of the bottle doesn’t touch surface of your tools. This applies to foundations, moisturizers or anything that comes out from a bottle.
  • Q-tips are great for applying concealer and foundation over any open wounds. Also you can dip into the loose powder to set properly.
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    Makeup Tools

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  • Sponges should be use on one person at a time.
  • You can make sure your makeup kit is not shared with any one and that it is used only by you.

SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP

 SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP

THEORY AND PICTURES

Prosthetic makeup (also called Special make-up effects and FX prosthesis) is the process of using prosthetic sculpting, moulding and casting techniques to create advanced cosmetic effects.

Prosthetic makeup revolutionise by John Chambers in such lms as Planet of the Apes and Dick Smith in Little Big Man.

TECHNIQUE

The process of creating a prosthetic appliance begins with life casting, the process of taking a mould of a body part (often the face) to use as a base for sculpting the prosthetic.

Life cast moulds made from prosthetic alginate or more recently, from skin-safe silicone rubber.

This initial mould is relatively weak and exible. A hard mother mould typically made by plaster or breglass bandages is creating overtop the initial mould to provide support.

Once a negative mould has been create, it is promptly led with gypsum cement, most commonly a brand called “Ultracal-30”, to make a “positive” mould. The form of prosthetic sculpted in clay on top of the positive.

The edges of the clay should made thin as possible, for the clay is stand-in for what will eventually prosthetic piece.

Along the edges of mould,

“keys” or mould points sculpted or carved into the life cast, make sure the two pieces of the mould will together correctly.

Once sculpting is complete, a second mould made

This gives two or more pieces of a mould a positive of the face,

and one or more negative mould pieces of the face with prosthetic sculpted in.

All clay carefully remove and prosthetic material cast into mould cavity.

The prosthetic material can be foam latex, gelatine, silicone or other similar materials. The prosthetic is cure within two part mould creating beginning of a makeup effect.

One of the hardest parts of prosthetic make-up is keeping the edges as thin as possible. They should be tissue thin so they are easy to blend and cover giving a flawless look.

The use of prosthetic makeup create wounds or trauma is called moulage.

its is used by the military and medical schools to educate and lessen psychological trauma when exposed to the real thing.

Arabic Makeup Look

 ARABIC MAKEUP LOOK

Arabic Makeup Look
Arabic Makeup Look

Cleanse, tone and moisturise:

FOR ARABIC MAKEUP LOOK

  • Wait a few minutes for moisturiser to be absorbed. Use primer if needed.

Foundation:

  • Dab liquid foundation over the entire face with your fingertips or sponge. For cream foundation use a wet sponge for a better and smoother coverage. Apply in thin layer over the entire face.
  • When you are applying foundation, you must ensure that you got the right colour. Choose 3 colours which are close to your skin colour. The foundation that appears invisible to the eye is the correct colour. Apply a line on the face from each colour near to the jaw line. Don’t try the foundations on the hands, because the skin on the hands are not the same as on your face, the skin on the face is more sensitive.
  • Make sure that the entire face is well blended and covered. Don’t stop at the jaw line extend the foundation under it also and on the neck. If your first coat of foundation does not cover well, apply a second or third. Layering is always better in the makeup artistry than an initial heavy application.

Corrector / concealer:

  • Cover blemishes and dark areas with orange, yellow or peach-toned
  • Corrector: The concealer will conceal the corrector colour, what is in skin colours. Application with fingertips or concealer brush.
  • Contouring and highlighting
  • Powder: Use a loose pale yellow-based powder or translucent dusting powder to set the makeup. Apply with a brush, for dry skin dust only around the nose and forehead since these areas tend to be a little richer in oils.
  • Eyebrows: Shape the brows with a small amount of brow powder or pencil. If you have a dark hair, use a colour that is one or two tones lighter than the hair colour. Use a golden brown orlight brown shade if you have a fair skin complexion.

Eye shadow:

  • Choose three shades of eye shadow: light, medium and dark. use the dark to line the upper lid, thinly, along the lash edge. Use medium shade to cover the remaining part of the eye lid up to the crease. Use the lightest shade for the area between the crease and the brow. You can highlight the eyes by using the darkest shade in the crease of the eye, and/or to stretch the eye shadow along the lid out toward the temple and blend the colour. The highlighter can be pearl shine (shimmer) to give a bit of glamour to our eye makeup look. In the evening we want to look glamorous, sexy and beautiful. We can use matte eye shadows as we were mentioning them before, but we can go for the shimmers and glitters also.
  • Eyeliner: Use gel liner and apply with an angled or fine liner brush, or use a sharpened eyeliner pencil. In general a black, dark brown, dark grey/black, eyeliner in a thin line
  • At the base of the lashes. Start at the edge of the upper lashes.
  • Mascara: Black mascara is the best to highlight your lashes. Apply in two thin coats rather than one heavy one. If you decide to curl your lashes do it before applying the mascara.
  • Blush: Apply the blush directly on the cheekbones and blend it to the hairline. You can add a little shimmer on the top of the cheekbones if you want to emphasise them.

 ARABIC MAKEUP LOOK

 We’ll always advice you and we’ll find the best option  for you. 

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