5 Fundamentals of Makeup for Modeling Jobs and Photoshoots
Once you head off to have very first photoshoot and take the photographs which will form your own personal modeling comp card which is usually referred to as a zed card. You can ask if there will be a makeup artist on set or if you should do your own. Makeup will be the way you put your very best face first in your modeling career.
In case you have to do your own makeup, I’ll share with you some easy steps to use to get ready for your modeling photoshoot:
First of all it’s vital to have excellent skin that is clear of blemishes and hydrated effectively by using moisturizer given that dry skin retains the foundation and can appear flakey.
Next, you will want to contour your face gently applying two tones of concealer to help you identify the angles of your face.
Next, you will want to wear a light day look initially so that as you progress with the various looks of your comp card, it is possible to enhance the drama and darkness of your eyeshadow and lipstick.
The next measure to applying makeup for your photoshoot will be applying a set of false eyelashes. These are your own personal photographs that you will be paying a professional photographer printing of into your comp card that could build your modeling career. I highly recommend you value this career possibility and put money into something more than five dollar lashes which will increase the dramatic effect of your eyes in shots.
The #110 or 33’s by Ardell and Andrea are an excellent option for a daily look of filling out plus maximizing the lash line that will make your eyes pop much more in your photographs and as a result: helping to make your face stand out from the countless other people on the wall.
The last step would be to gently dust your whole face area: your ears, neck and face with a good sized domed brush filled with Makeup Forever HD translucent powder. This can start the setting process of your makeup plus complete the makeup look using an atomizer of water to spritz your face with.
You should use a simple toner or even just plain water in a spray bottle. A great application distance is around an arm’s length away. You will want to spray the mist gently and make a sweeping S pattern over your face makeup. Here is an excellent guide on modeling and makeup from beginner to professionals.
If you want guidance learning how to apply your false eyelashes, check out this quick tutorial below.
If you are looking for makeup modeling jobs, be sure to check here and remember…have fun with career as a model and all the beauty it will provide!