I have always said that makeup artistry is an art. The face in front of you is your canvas and makeup is your paint.
I am sure that some of you, at some point have been asked to makeup for someone else, whether it’s a family member or a client. I am also sure that at some point you have had to balance/ manage the reality expectations and client expectations, when it comes to makeup application.
Often the person sitting in your chair has an idea of what they want from their look and have throught about its outcome, so when the reality of the makeup application does not meet the fantasy then the fault is yours.
It is important if you are a makeup artist/ starting out or do it for fun that you are able to manage the realistic expectations with that of the Clients.
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Makeup is your most vital tool as a makeup artist, so having an understanding of your choice in tools and how they work is very important.
Being an artist is not just what it is all about, you must be able to learn different techniques and the understanding that this is an ever evolving process as a makeup artist. This means that you must be regularly researching and updating your knowledge of new technical trends in the makeup industry and new makeup products.
Continue reading “Makeup Starter Kit: A Beginners Guide.”
The older I get the more I worry about skincare and the products I use. With extremely sensitive skin and allergies to everything in life, I tend to stick to the products I know work for me and those which are organic and natural (most of the times).
So! Lets talk about the products that I have been loving/ obsessing over the last year.
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I always get compliments on my brows and it’s definitely the one thing I have spent ages mastering. It is probably the longest part of doing my makeup. (Brow tutorial)
Continue reading “How To Get Those Super Fleeky Brows “