Makeup is not as daunting, as you may think.
In the fashion industry, the makeup is done according to the theme of the show. Fashion photographers, models, critics, and designers come together to provide an experience full of excitement, inspiration, and creativity. world of the runway.
However on your everyday look, the same rules apply in a much smaller style, your make has to be according to the event to be attended.
A fashion show is a perfect opportunity for you to try a new look so be brave. When you are conceptualizing and executing your cosmetic designs on the runway it may help to keep lines, shine, and colors in mind.
Bold and metallic colors can be useful in a fashion show setting because of the lights and the cameras. The glitter and shine will grab the attention of onlookers, even from afar. Be sure that you don’t overdo it. It is important to not only consider the camera lights but the lighting in the venue when using products that are reflective. This is where a bit of research and planning will pay off, after all, you are just attending the show, and not in the show.
Choose your colors with care, use the best product for the best results, there is nothing more annoying that a makeup that starts to run off and your first sign of temperature change.
Keep your contour to a minimum, use your colors that will enhance your eyes and your outfit and not the other way around.
Avoid the pancake look and make sure that if you use fake lashes, that they are done correctly and with the right glue. There nothing more embarrassing than a lash that is hanging by a thread and even worst that it no one will dare to say anything.
You can also use techniques like freehand detailed designs, bold shading, and dynamic color blending to add depth and movement. Sharp lines and unusual angles can be useful for drawing attention to and away from certain features.
There comes a time in everyone’s careers when our abilities and qualifications are put to the test. The time to prepare for your opportunity to showcase your artistry on the runway is before you get the offer, not after. Brainstorming ideas, experimenting with style, and perfecting your makeup application should all be a regular part of your professional beauty schedule. Preparation and innovation go hand in hand. Have all your necessary items handy.
Seeking out or stumbling upon an amazing opportunity that you aren’t prepared to succeed in can be a devastating blow to your confidence and a catastrophic event in your career. You don’t want to blow the chance of a lifetime because of a lack of practice. Brush up on the makeup basics as often as you can. Go out of your way to learn new techniques whenever and where ever you can.
Keep your skills sharp and experiment with different makeup products and application methods. This will help you be more knowledgeable about the quality and the consistency of the makeup available and will give you a more innovative approach to both design and execution. You’ll also able to handle high-stress situations that don’t always go according to plan. You can have the most incredible ideas and designs, but without the ability to produce results that’s all they’ll ever be. Don’t get caught off guard when your time comes. Be ready to make it happen. Be bold but be tasteful.