Chances are that you’re either considering attending a music festival this year or have already been to one. If so, then you know how much work goes into the makeup and clothes for the experience, but have you ever thought … Continue reading →
Most women tend to seek professional assistance of a qualified make-up artist and other beauty and fashion consultants to ensure they look spectacular on their special day. Make-up artists also work closely with celebrities and in the fashion industry, creating spectacular looks and bringing expressive concepts to life. Continue reading →
1. Layer your liner: “If you’re not a professional makeup artist, it can be difficult to line those eyes, but then again liquid liner tends to stay on longer and smudge-free. So, line the eyes first with a pencil liner because it’s easier to make that straight line with it. Then go back on the line with the liquid liner. It’s kind of like coloring! The result? Your eye liner will stay on, smudge-free, and well-lined.”
The five best reasons to become an esthetician go beyond the treatment of skin for health or beauty. Estheticians are licensed skincare specialists trained in a wide variety of procedures. Not only does this training take much less time and money than a traditional college, it is also a profession that is usually in high demand. Aside from a passion for skin care, beauty, and health, here are five reasons to consider becoming an esthetician:
Apply makeup. You can use makeup to create the illusion of a deathly pallor. A white/grey, purple or green tint works well for most people. Go to the drugstore and look for under-eye concealer or foundation base in these colors. Also purchase some dark eyeshadow, eyeliner and baby powder.
If you don’t follow any makeup artists on Twitter, you’re missing out — they’re a great source for all sorts of tips and product news. One of our hands down favorites is celebrity makeup artist Fiona Stiles (@fionastiles). Her comments are informative and honest — plus, she tweets with her famous clients about everything from eyeliner to “Game of Thrones.” It’s like eavesdropping on an insider gossip session. Plus she is Halle Berry’s go to girl!
Becca Rose Gold Shimmering Skin Perfector ($38.00 for 0.30 oz.) is a warm-toned, light-meidum peach-brown with rose, gold, and copper shimmer. Urban Decay Glint is lighter. MAC Soft & Gentle is lighter, more beige. Le Metier de Beaute Whisper is lighter. Bobbi Brown Rose Gold is pinker, Benefit Rockateur is significantly pinker.