Need your makeup to look flawless in photos? Avoid common makeup mistakes and outdated myths! Look below for a full product listing and make to SUBSCRIBE! On this episode of #GiveGoodFace, Jordan Liberty shares his experience as professional makeup artist and photographer with these up-to-the-moment tips and best practices where makeup meets photography!
#GiveGoodFace episode 60 / Shot in HD High Definition at Liberty Republic Studio8
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** SPF and HD powder often get a bad rap, but neither are a problem on camera when used correctly. SPF in foundations do not read on digital cameras, however, some heavier sunblocks (thicker white lotions) can read on camera. HD powder, when applied with a fan brush, gives the skin a silky smooth finish without any flashback on camera. When HD powder is used to catch shadow fallout or is applied too heavily on dry skin, it will read poorly on camera. Don’t blame the makeup, blame the mistake-up artist! SPF can be essential for outdoor shoots to protect the skin, and HD powder (and other silica-based powders) give an airbrushed effect to the skin – neither should be ruled out due to a dated rule or poor application. I know this contradicts some information floating around – but after 10 years of working as a makeup artist and photographer, I can safely put these makeup myths to rest! **
Full Product Listing:
Smashbox Luminizing PhotoFinish Foundation Primer
Smashbox PhotoFinish Lid Primer
Bobbi Brown “Peach” Corrector and Bobbi Brown Concealer Brush
Smashbox Liquid Halo SPF15 and RealTechniques Expert Face Brush
Bobbi Brown “Medium” Bronzer and Stilazzi Powder Brush
Urban Decay “Ligght” Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder (silica-based powder) and Stilazzi Large Shadow Brush
Bobbi Brown “Rockstar 11” and “Black Charcoal 78” Metallic Eye Shadows
Stilazzi Shadow Brush and RealTechniques Definer Brush
Bobbi Brown “Mahogany” Brow Defining Gel
NYX Super Skinny Super Marker
Smashbox Eye Brightening Mascara – makes the eyes pop!
Smashbox “Chiifon” Blush Rush and Stilazzi Blush Brush – avoid heavy shimmer on camera (can look like white dander in photographs)
Liberty Republic FAKE IT False Eyelashes in “Innuendo”
NYX “Medium” Nude Eyeliner
Sephora “01 Beige Extract” Rouge Infusion
Bobbi Brown “Pink Sequin 13” High Shimmer Lip Gloss
Modeled by Nikki Rose, MMA/Model Management Agency.
Copyright 2013-2014 Give Good Face by Jordan Liberty.
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