|Model Makeup Tips
|Goldwell Haircolor Models 2012
Choosing your lip color and application: Make sure that your lip gloss is a solid color and about one shade
deeper than you normally wear it. Use a lip liner that is the same color as your lipstick, please, please DO NOT WEAR
A DARK LINER! Also, try to avoid frosted lip colors entirely because they hardly show up on film and will give the illusion
that you are not wearing lip color at all. Apply your blush and eye makeup
a little heavier than normal but neatly and precisely. For best
results, eye liner should be applied starting from the outside of the lower part of the eye and extending about 3/4 length
toward the inner part. Really work on those eyes and lips. These are the two key features in glamour photography.
Use eye shadow which
is a lighter shade rather than darker so that the eyes appear more alive. Apply eye shadow to the upper eye lid and
above the eye just below the eyebrow. When a darker shade is used in this area it will create a darkening of the eyes
and give the appearance of a sleepless night which is not very appealing. Using a light shadow will produce the best
results. Last, but not least, take your makeup case with you to
your photo session. You may need to touch up during the shoot and will most likely need to add powder as your session advances. If you follow these simple steps for applying makeup you are more
likely to be happy with your photographs. Most makeup complaints come when women have someone else apply their makeup
for them. You are more experienced in applying your own makeup and, if you follow these instructions, you should be more than
happy with your results. To make your photo session go smoother
and faster, please apply your makeup before leaving home for the session.
|Model Makeup Tips
|Scroples Haircolor Model 2011
Most women know
how to apply makeup for everyday use but there are a few differences in applying makeup for photos; especially glamour. If you follow the tips below, you will be on your way to better pictures.The key
is to simply fix your face as if you were going out for the evening, wearing more than for daytime use, extra contrast and
especially more powder. Did I mention more powder? To achieve that natural
look in your portrait, apply a little more than you would in your daily activities and even more than you would if you were
going out for the evening. You will
probably think you that you are wearing too much but remember that the lights take away from whatever amount of makeup you
have on so don’t worry. How do you achieve this look? Follow the simple steps listed here and, with a little practice,
you should be able to get the results you’re after. The first step is to moisturize your face thoroughly and then begin with concealer. The concealer
you use for photos should be 2 or 3 shades lighter than your skin tone. Concealer is used to hide blemishes, lighten your
eyes and used if there is any discoloration around the lip area.Next, use a solid foundation evenly applied over the face. This part is very simple but is misunderstood by
even some makeup artists. Match the foundation to your chin and neckline. You don’t want a sudden change of
color from your face to the neck or upper chest.After your foundation is finished,
just apply the rest of your makeup as you normally do but in heavier amounts for the camera. Powder! Powder! Powder! If
you’ve ever seen makeup applied for TV or the movies, the makeup artist is almost always patting the face with the powder applicator. Ever wonder why? Because powder, and lots of it, is absolutely
essential to gaining that beautiful matte finish which is always present in a great portrait. Even if you’ve never used
powder in your life, please use it for just this once during your portrait session. Powder makes the difference between a beautiful portrait and just a portrait.
|Model Makeup Tips
|Goldwell Haircolor Model 2012
Hair and Makeup Tips For Swimsuit Models!
Depending on the photo shoot, your hair and make-up can range from bare and flat, to colorful and volumized. You want to deliver the best results as a model,
and that includes knowing what is right and what is wrong for each type of photo shoot. As
a model you should know the necessary tools and tips for your hair and make-up. For a bikini model, the
best approach to your hair and make-up is to keep your look clean, fresh and simple.You
want to look sexy yet natural as a Swimsuit model, so your make-up should be minimized. You should
use only a little of foundation, think fresh and light. Remember, you could be getting wet as a bikini model, so do not use
so much that your make-up will run. For your blush, you should pick a dark shade of pink, but not so dark that it appears
unnatural. When you brush it on your cheeks, you’ll want to work from your cheekbones to your ears in an upward sweep.
This will enhance the contour of your face and highlight your cheek bones. Since
your eyes are considered to be “windows to your soul”, your eyes are an essential piece of the puzzle.For your eye shadow, you should pick a light color that compliments your eyes, steering
towards browns and grays. Although color is good, it can be problematic during a bikini
shoot. Usually the purpose of a bikini shoot is to sell the bikini. You want the consumer to look at how great your body looks
in the bikini and how great your overall look is. You do not want them just to concentrate on your eyes; it takes away attention
from your body and the swimsuit.
|Model Makeup Tips
|Goldwell Haircolor Model 2010
for those who need to get their makeup done for a modeling gig!
a cleansed and well-moisturized face. Often times the makeup artist will apply a moisturizer or primer on top of what you have, which is okay. Just make sure you don’t have
dry and flaky skin. Also make sure your lips are thoroughly moisturized with plain, non-colored lip balm.
Bring a scarf or head band to tie your hair back from your face if you’re wearing it down. Applying foundation
can get a little messy and has to be applied up to your hairline so having any strands in the way will not only be the end
of the world.
Wear a button-up shirt you don’t have to pull over your head
and that you don’t mind getting dirty. This will avoid the possibility of smearing your makeup or getting your outfit
dirty. If you have to wear your outfit to the makeup appointment, bring a towel or cloth to wear around your neck to keep
makeup off your clothes.
Have an idea of what makeup look you want before you get
there. Be sure to choose a look that goes with whatever the theme or nature of the shoot is: dramatic, youthful, glamour, editorial, fashion, commercial, etc. This saves a lot of time and effort, not to mention that you’ll know exactly what you’ll be getting. Want to learn how to recreate your makeup look yourself?
Ask for a mirror and have the makeup artist explain what they are doing, how they
are doing it and what tools they are using. This is a great way of getting a quick tutorial on how to apply certain types
of makeup. With that knowledge and plenty of practice, you’ll eventually be able to do your own makeup for your shoots.
Don’t get too excited about purchasing products. I can’t tell you how easy it is
to go overboard and spend way more than your required limit. Makeup artists are excellent sales people and they can easily
convince you to buy more than you’ll actually need or even want. So practice self-control and only buy the items that
you know you’ll use often.
I’ve found it extremely helpful to have
false lashes applied during my makeovers. From glam to simple enhancers, having the right set of lashes can make a dramatic difference in your photos unless you already have naturally thick and
full eyelashes. They usually don’t cost much and since you can’t take them back after wearing it, you’ll
have to pay for them anyway so learn how to use false lashes to your benefit. I find them very helpful for fashion shows and
during shoots where the focus is on my face.
Try to work with the same makeup artist for your gigs. Having someone who is already
familiar with your face and skin cuts down on the whole introduction part and helps to speed up the process.
Communicate with your makeup artist. Let them know what your shoot is for and the type of look you want. Be sure to know your skin type and how your skin responds
to makeup. Also note whether you’ll be shooting in a studio or outdoors. That piece of information alone will determine
whether the makeup artist will need products that contain SPF for outdoors or matte foundation to eliminate the shine from
studio lighting. To avoid being unhappy with your results, let the makeup artist know each step of the
way if you like what they are doing.
|Model Makeup Tips
|Scruples Haircolor Model 2009
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