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Wet Smokey Look

Wet Smokey Look

Wet Smokey LookWet Smokey Look Is a perfect makeup look for photo shoots, high fashion looks and for fashion shows. Basically its a simple full smokey look on the top with a transparent lip gloss. The steps of application are the same as the classical one. We need to make sure that the base (eye shadow) is strong ( 2 layers and blended).

Wet Smokey Look
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Wet Smokey Look
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Wet Smokey Look
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Finish the whole makeup and exactly before the photo shooting or stage apply the lip gloss in one thick layer, carefully not to mess up the eye shadows and blending.

Application

Apply a transparent (clear) lip gloss on the top of eye shadows, especially on the centre of the lid (moving area of the eye) with a flat eye shadow brush. If you want to create a full wet look on the face you can apply the lip gloss on the high point of the face (top of cheekbones, bridge of the nose, chin, centre of the forehead). The look is ready for the shooting or for the stage. This look is not an everyday makeup.

Wet Look

The wet smokey is for fashion shoes or photo shoots. The eye makeup will be spoiled by the lip gloss so make sure that you are in time and quick. The other two ways of creating a wet look is with Vaseline and the 8 hours cream.

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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.

 

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LEARN SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP 2022

LEARN SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP 2022

LEARN SPECIAL EFFECTS
Special Effect Look

LEARN SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP 2022

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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Learn Halloween Makeup Look

Learn Halloween Makeup Look

SPECIAL EFFECTS
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Learn Halloween Makeup Look :

 

Do you wan to learn?

Halloween is a beauty junkie’s favorite time of year and for good reason. Most people think costumes and candy but we think, MAKEUP!

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Halloween is the perfect chance to get creative with your cosmetics, but choosing the right products for this evening can be tricky. Get tips from the pros below and be sure to tag your Halloween makeup looks with #GloHalloween on Facebook or Instagram for your chance to be featured!

Use Long-wear Makeup

“If a client asks for a Disney Princess, a mermaid, a sugar skull, a pinup girl or any other full-on glam look, I get so excited! It’s a great reason to use my go-to, long-wearing use products to build a bullet-proof base for color that will last all night.”

Favourities application

Her favorites are Under Eye Concealer for color correction, Satin Cream Foundation for flawless skin, Luminous Setting Powder to set the look and Pressed Base for both base and contour and learn halloween makeup look. 

Scarey?

There’s nothing scarier than makeup that doesn’t last all night long.

Shop Your Own Makeup Collection“Be creative and reinvent new combinations of what you already own with the makeup you have. Improvise and think outside the box. But most importantly it’s your art so allow yourself to have fun.”

Always look lip blushed!

Never have an occasion to bust out that red lipstick in your collection? A red lip can easily be incorporated into variety of Halloween makeup looks from vampire to pinup glam.

Costumes

If you need a last minute Halloween costume, liquid eyeliner can work wonders. Craft a Halloween costume with nothing more than liquid eyeliner nose and whiskers, and top it off with a headband with paper ears attached.

Preparation time

How long do you prep?

When you have more time and preparation, the possibilities are endless! Zombie, vampire, mermaid, deer, Barbie, you name it. Get creative! Learn Halloween Makeup Look 

Base Your Look on a Photo

 starting your Halloween makeup application with a solid base. “I always use the Face Primer…with…Tinted Primer.”

Recommendations

Deanna also recommends taking your time and mirroring your look off of an inspirational photo. “I find the more I dissect a picture or inspirational photo, the more details pop out. Also, always do a trial run. It always comes out better the second time around!”

Do you use Pinterest?

Pinterest is our favorite source of Halloween makeup inspiration.

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You know these?

 

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Sandy from Grease

  • Holly Golightly
  • Evil Queen
  • Daisy Buchanan from The Great Gatsby
  • Mary Poppins
  • 70’s Beauty Icon
  • Iconic Beauty.  

 

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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

    Self Makeup
    Learn Self Makeup
  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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Makeup Educators in the world of Dubai

Makeup Educators in the world of Dubai

Makeup Educators in the world of Dubai. Becoming a makeup educator takes a lot of practice, experience, and holding pride to your own work. The Lipstick makeup institute has an exciting opportunity for all talented people to come and learn makeup skills. We’re going to run through all of the skills and characteristics you need to become a professional MUA. At the institute we will be covering:

  • The makeup theory
  •  Basic makeup skills
  • Advanced makeup skills
  • Creative makeup
  • SFX makeup
  • Editorial makeup
  • Basic hair skills

Makeup is an art form that presents the makeup artistry world. Therefore, our makeup educator ensures that all students benefit from every class with a full understanding of the material. Moving on to makeup skills and application, our students vary in their makeup application knowledge. As a makeup educator, it’s my role to put all my students on the same level and give them confidence to move forward.

Makeup Educator and Makeup Artistry World

At The lipstick makeup institute, we run the course for five weeks with intensive learning and practice. We ensure that all our graduates have a full understanding of all types of makeup application, and they are ready to become professional makeup artists in the makeup artistry world.

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The International Platinum Course This course is for 3 weeks. Timing is from 10AM to 4PM Sun-Thurs.

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Beginner Steps to Applying Makeup

Beginner Steps to Applying Makeup

Lets begin

 

 

 

Beginner Steps to Applying Makeup
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1. Prep Your Skin 

Beginner Steps to Applying Makeup Before you even reach for makeup, it’s crucial that you prep your skin with skincare. “Always cleanse and moisturize for your skin type,” “Makeup will never lay properly without it.” When your skin isn’t properly prepped, you won’t be able to achieve an even flawless finish. Instead, your foundation will look heavy and gravitate toward the dry parts of your complexion while your concealer gets cake-y. 

2. Apply Primer

Not all primers are created equal, so to achieve the best results, it’s best to select the right primer for your skin type. If you need help picking the perfect primer. If you use a heavy hand, the primer will start to ball or pill (not the look we’re going for). Instead, focus a thin coat on your forehead, cheeks, and chin. “This will allow it to blur and mattify in these areas (a.k.a. the T-zone), which are usually the areas that are the oiliest.”

3. Grab Your Foundation and Concealer

Now that your skin is prepped and primed, you can start applying your makeup. While typically you should start with foundation first and then concealer, there are certain instances where you’ll want to reach for concealer first. 

Dab a few dots of foundation on your T-zone, focusing on your forehead, nose, cheeks, and chin. Next, use a foundation brush to blend it in. While you can also certainly use a makeup sponge or even your fingers, using a foundation brush is quick and easy, making it a great option for beginners (and anyone who’s looking to simplify their makeup routine). To achieve a natural finish, start with a small amount of product and blend up and out. 

Now that your foundation is applied, you’re ready to apply concealer. Focus on any areas you want to conceal: under the eyes, around the nostrils, and any blemishes or dark spots. When it comes to covering up, it’s important to dab, never drag.

Spot apply on blemishes and lightly dab, using either your ring finger, a concealer brush, or sponge. To conceal under the eyes, draw two inverted triangles under your eyes and blend the edges into your foundation by lightly dabbing. Not only is the upside-down triangle technique pretty foolproof, but it also brightens up the entire face, contributing to a gorgeous glow.

4. Set Your Base

Swipe a brush or velvet puff into your setting powder, and tap it to remove any excess. You want to ensure it’s evenly covered before you apply it to your complexion. Next, press it into your face to ensure you don’t move your makeup around in the application process. Focus on areas that often seem to need a touch-up throughout the day (typically the T-zone). If you have a special occasion ahead of you or you just want to create a more airbrushed finish, you can also “bake” your makeup. 

5. Create Dimension

Contour comes in powder, liquid, and cream formulas, with powder being the most foolproof, making it ideal for beginners. Using an angled brush, focus on the areas you want to create dimension. Next, place contour under the cheekbones, around your hairline, and on the sides of your nose. 

When it comes time to apply highlighter, focus on the “high” points of your face that the sun would naturally hit. “Adding highlighter above cheekbones, by the eyebrow arch, down the bridge of the nose and blending very well will give the most realistic dimension,” While highlighter comes in a variety of forms, a powder highlighter is easiest to use if you’re a beginner. To apply, dip your brush in the powder and tap it to remove excess powder. Next, lightly glide it over the high points mentioned above.

6. Add Back Some Color

When selecting the right bronzer, be sure not to go more than a shade or two darker than your regular complexion. Once you have selected your shade, you’re ready to begin bronzing. Using a fluffy brush, blend bronzer around your hairline, on your cheekbones, and on your jawline. The easiest way to remember this? Just think of the number three. For a flawless application, draw a number three on your face, starting at your hairline and then continuing down to your cheekbones before rounding it out under your jawline. Blend in circular, sweeping motions for a flawless finish, and dust some on the bridge of your nose to complete your sun-kissed glow.

When it comes to blush, it’s best to select a hue that brings out your skin’s natural undertone. Next, using a brush, apply blush to the apples of your cheeks to create a subtle, natural-looking flush, moving your brush in circular motions to blend as you go. If you’re unsure where the apples of your cheeks lie, simply smile! 

7. Focus on Your Eye Makeup

When it comes time to apply eye makeup, the choice is really up to you. Do you want to create a natural makeup look for the day? A smoky eye for date night? Do you feel like trying your hand at the edgy negative space liner for drinks with friends? Depending on where you’re headed and what you plan on wearing, you can tailor your eye makeup to match your mood. Rely on your eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara to create the perfect glam.

Once you’ve applied your eyeshadow, you can move on to your eyeliner. 

Brows deserve attention all on their own. You can either make your brows look fuller or enhance your natural shape using a variety of products, like brow pencils, powders, or gels. If you aren’t sure which product is right for you, stick to these guidelines: Use a pencil for the most natural-looking approach that mimics your real hair. Use a brow powder if you want to fill in sparse spots. And finally, whip out the brow gel when you need to keep unruly brows in place. 

8. Swipe on Your Lip Products

If using a lip primer, prep lips before you begin. Next, use your lip liner to outline your mouth. This is where you can also contour and create the illusion of a larger pout by simply lining slightly over your lips. Next, fill in your lips with your liner. Use this as an outline and apply your lipstick. 

With these expert tips, the right products, and a little practice you’re ready to take your makeup routine to the next level.

Beginner Steps to Applying Makeup

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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.

Hair Styling at The Lipstick Makeup Institute

Hair Styling in The lipstick Makeup Institute
Bridal Hair Styling by Lipstick Makeup Institute

Want to learn Hairstyling Hair Styling at The Lipstick Makeup Institute 

Hair styling is taught at the beginning of the makeup course so that students get to practice all the basics.

Students learn how to section, straighten and curl the hair first so that they are prepared to work on all types of bridal hair, glamorous ups do’s and fashion hairstyling.  Throughout the course they learn how to apply these skills creating beautiful hairstyles alongside their makeup looks

Hair Styling at The Lipstick Make up Institute

Basic hairstyling is taught everyday, because becoming good at the basics is key to learning more complex looks.  Being professional in both hair styling and make up skills is top priority at The Lipstick Makeup Institute.

Students must think about the complete look so that they can calculate  how much time they will need to complete both hair and make up.

To become effortlessly good they must practice, as a result they will get booked time and time again.

Students master the basics in period hairstyling throughout the Platinum Course for instance, 1940’s pin up girl, 60’s beehive and Marilyn Monroe curls.

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If you have a strong passion for makeup and hair and want to be a pro, The International Platinum Makeup Course is for you!

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This course is for 3 weeks. Timing is from 10AM to 4PM.

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The Lipstick Makeup Institute giving HUGE DISCOUNT on our Professional Makeup Course. Don’t miss such a great opportunity and book your seat now 6 students in a group.

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