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cheap makeup brushes

The cheap brushes of yore were either too stiff (scratchy and bad for blending) or too soft (wouldn’t deposit makeup, offered no control), or flat-bristled and sloppily glued into underweight handles. They were scarcely an improvement on the useless brushes that came free in the makeup compacts I swiftly threw in the bin. Nowadays, budget brands have raised their game to the point where their brushes sit happily and usefully in my kit alongside my investment tools. Handles are nice and heavy, giving effortless control akin to a good kitchen knife (as with knives, brushes, not your hands, should do most of the work: if you’re putting in a lot of elbow grease, your tool is wrong). They wash well and last for years. Real Techniques, from £6.99, realtechniques.comA well-priced range from makeup artist Sam Chapman, with brush kits for about £20. Jackson’s Art Watercolour Brushes, from £2.49, jacksonsart.comArt shops are a […]

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Posted by Habsburg - July 6, 2015 at 10:04 pm

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makeup schools in california

For tips on how to choose a make-up school, read this article. If you would like your school to be considered for the directory please fill out this form. CMA College is Alberta’s first accredited makeup artistry college and the first in Alberta to offer the Advanced Special FX and Prosthetic Makeup Course. Country:Canada State:Alberta CHICSTUDIOS NYC is a leading makeup artistry school providing an array of fashion-forward techniques and practices through course instruction, live video lessons and the new ‘chic boutique’ online store. Country:USA State:New York AOFM (Academy of Freelance Make Up) Makeup schools in London, Paris & New York offers fantastic Makeup courses in Fashion, Photographic, Bridal and Special FX. Country:United Kingdom Make-up Designory is dedicated to providing an education in make-up artistry for both the novice and the experienced artist. Country:USA State:California Cinema Makeup School, Hollywood’s professional makeup school, is among the most venerable and celebrated programs […]

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Posted by Habsburg - June 18, 2015 at 7:29 pm

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how to apply face makeup

I often leave the house feeling gorgeous in only sunscreen, mascara and lip gloss. The most important part of your beauty routine is to get your skin in tip-top shape. Once you have a fresh, gorgeous palette to paint on, you only need to highlight your eyes or your lips or perhaps your bronzed skin (hello bronzer!) for the perfect look. If you have oily skin, rinse face with warm water and pat dry before applying sunscreen. Apply concealer Apply concealer with your ring finger to the spots that need it most (under the eye, in the hollow sockets on the inside of the eye, along the nose, on the chin). I find it works better than my finger to get into the spots I need it most. Foundation is Next Apply a tinted moisturizer or foundation to your face making sure to blend along the jawline so you don’t […]

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Posted by Habsburg - June 12, 2015 at 6:43 pm

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makeup airbrush machine

A makeup artist applies foundation to a models face with an airbrush. Airbrush makeup is makeup sprayed onto the skin using an airbrush instead of being applied with sponges, brushes, fingers, or other methods.[1] It is popular in film, theater, and sunless tanning; The technique was first used in 1959 on actors in Ben Hur[2] and has since grown in popularity in the entertainment business. For more details on this topic, see Airbrush . Airbrushed makeup was first used in the film 1959 Ben Hur, where the makeup artists used the technique to apply makeup to a large cast.[2] Airbrush makeup has become more popular with the advent of high-definition video and television (HD). As the makeup is sprayed on, it connects with the skin as millions of droplets of formula.[2] The formula can create an even, sheer, natural appearance to the skin that, if applied properly for a natural […]

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Posted by Habsburg - May 2, 2015 at 8:51 am

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how to apply makeup correctly

Makeup done well can make eyes pop, it can plump up a wrinkled face and play down a large nose. In this article, I’ll show you how to apply makeup, what order it should be applied in and I’ll share some of my favorite tricks along the way. Is There an Order to Applying Makeup? I don’t believe in beauty rules, only tricks (although when I first started writing, I was all about rules, but I’ve softened my stance). After a good sunscreen (at least SPF 30), you should start with moisturizer, a rich facial balm (if it’s winter) or a foundation primer to plump up skin and fill in fine lines and large pores. Dot a pink- or peach-colored corrective concealer onto the dark areas under eyes and in the corner of eyes and around the nose and mouth. The makeup artist’s secret is to brighten the face with […]

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Posted by Habsburg - April 28, 2015 at 8:25 pm

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makeup artist kits

My current Makeup Case from Monda Studios Makeup Brushes Makeup brushes are essential to creating a makeup artist kit, I would recommend starting off with brushes that are affordable and decent quality like the Sonia Kashuk line from Target. I would even say to check out your local arts and crafts store and buy a few painters brushes to start off with. Makeup Remover Wipes Makeup remover wipes are an absolute necessity for your kit from cleaning your clients face to fixing your mistakes or switching looks. A quick tip: I stock up on brush cleaner on Cyber Monday CS always does a 50% off sale no code necessary. Alcohol Alcohol is used to disinfect product and your materials, the FDA states that alcohol must be 70% or higher to kill 99.99% of bacteria. Also I recommend using 99% Alcohol which you can find at your local beauty supply, I […]

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Posted by Habsburg - April 20, 2015 at 5:51 pm

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makeup guide

In the early thirties a complexion like “Gardenia” (white and waxen) or “Tea rose” (ivory with a touch of pink) was most popular face foundation. Later, from mid to the thirties, raspberry shades, yellow red or purple red were fashionable. Many different eyelid shades which stretched over blue, bright violet, green, brown and orchid were applied . Blondes prefered blue, green or bright violet eyelid shades, brunettes used brown grease paint with faint purple for a For  evening the brightly shimmering eyelid shadow was applied from the upper eyelid up to the eyebrow.A dark eyeshadow  was used in the crease of the upper lid and smudged slightly to create a deep set effect.For a daytime look petroleum jelly (without eyelid shade) was applied to the upper eyelids to match the shiny eyebrows. From mid to late 1930s every shade of red, deep corals, lilac, emerald green, mother of pearl gray, pale […]

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Posted by Habsburg - April 10, 2015 at 10:21 am

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how to do good makeup

Makeup done well can make eyes pop, it can plump up a wrinkled face and play down a large nose. In this article, I’ll show you how to apply makeup, what order it should be applied in and I’ll share some of my favorite tricks along the way. Is There an Order to Applying Makeup? I don’t believe in beauty rules, only tricks (although when I first started writing, I was all about rules, but I’ve softened my stance). After a good sunscreen (at least SPF 30), you should start with moisturizer, a rich facial balm (if it’s winter) or a foundation primer to plump up skin and fill in fine lines and large pores. Dot a pink- or peach-colored corrective concealer onto the dark areas under eyes and in the corner of eyes and around the nose and mouth. The makeup artist’s secret is to brighten the face with […]

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Posted by Habsburg - March 29, 2015 at 7:49 pm

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good makeup brushes

We’ve put brushes for all tasks to the test, from Real Technique’s good-value brush for perfect liner up to Smashbox’s clever three-in-one tool. Here’s our pick of the best. Click on the gallery for the IndyBest buys Verdict For your one brush suits all, you can’t beat the Smashbox Telephoto 3-in-1, while Clinique have an excellent brush range with their Foundation Brush being my favourite. But for all round greatness, the Daniel Sandler brushes are superb – the Concealer Brush for under eye bags is the best I’ve ever used and his oversized Kabeauti Brush is perfect for all blush, bronzer and pressed powders. Buy now 1. So you know which brushes to use for contouring and which to for concealing. (Note that your brushes will need a few hours to dry after a deep cleaning, so I’d recommend washing them after you’ve applied your makeup that day.) Here’s the […]

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Posted by Habsburg - March 28, 2015 at 6:57 pm

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how to put on make up

Melissa Silver and Tanya Rae, the New York City–based makeup artists behind Makeup Tips for 8 Common Problems, shared these tips with the eight Real Simple readers who participated in the story—and now with you. In general, always apply cream products before powders—on your eyes, for instance—to help the makeup last longer without looking cakey.You can cut down on primping time by doing your eyes first, since you can clean up shadow, pencil, or mascara mishaps without then having to touch up any other makeup. My bangs are crooked, I have two wayward barrettes in what appears to be a failed attempt at a braid, and there are flyaways surrounding my face. Photo: Jessica Grose This reminded me how much I used to argue with my mom about my hair when I was a girl, because she had no idea what she was doing. When I asked her recently why […]

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Posted by Habsburg - March 14, 2015 at 8:59 pm

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