Occupation: Makeup artist or makeup educator

Makeup people are a craft and an art. The amateur or professional person is called a makeup artist or make-up artist. As a rule, the make-up artist has an adequate education and a little talent. Its goal is the ultimate customer satisfaction. A satisfied client is the greatest indicator of the success and skill of a make-up artist.
People have always shown interest in their personal appearance. They wanted to look more attractive and more beautiful to themselves and others. It is the natural desire of almost every human being on planet Earth. Thus, over time, an unusual and creative profession of makeup artist / makeup artist emerged. This profession originated in France, which for several centuries has been regarded as the cradle and legislator of all fashion styles.
Wikipedia explains that the term “makeup artist” (from the French word “Visage” – face) was coined by the famous French stylist Ferdinand Aubry (founder of Contemporary Makeup Art). Make-up, in French literally means “tidy up, dress up.” Wikipedia further says that the make-up artist is “an artist whose medium is the human body.” In the prestigious international film, art and entertainment competitions (Oscar, Emmy, Golden Globe) there is a category for best makeup. In America and other countries in the world, a professional make-up artist license is required for agency employment. So it turns out that a make-up artist is a professional who possesses knowledge and artistic talent – because it is a blend of knowledge, skill and creativity. Knowledge of color theory, dermatology, proportion and face shape, application of decorative and preparative cosmetics, makeup procedure and techniques, facial skin types, posture and spacing, eyebrow and mouth shape (size, proportion, outline, lowered angles). nose (short, long, wide or narrow). Then, further analysis criteria (hair color, hairstyle, clothing, accessories, manicure, character traits), makeup tools, hygiene, business and cultural communication, fashion trends. Beauticians and makeup artists who have acquired a few hours of basic makeup training are not professionals. It needs extra education in this profession to become professional makeup artists. The make-up artist creates a specific client image. It takes into account the client’s wishes, the client’s physical characteristics (face shape, skin color, eyes, eyebrows, etc.), dress style, hairstyle and lifestyle. The make-up artist should know the visualization, or see the final outcome (client’s appearance) before he starts his makeup job. A makeup artist should create harmony between makeup, hairstyle, clothing and client’s personality, and emphasize natural beauty and hide the imperfections (capillaries, eyes, scars, acne and facial asymmetry, etc.). Today we can say that a make-up artist is a person dressed in taste in dress, with a neat hairstyle and appropriate and decent makeup on his face. Otherwise, clients will not trust the expertise of a make-up artist who is not tidy and decently and harmoniously worn. A sense of taste and style, harmony and harmony, and an elegant and attractive appearance, are crucial. The personal makeup artist image also includes sociability, kindness, tact, precision and personal charm. Each make-up artist has a personal vision of their client and what they will be the end result after the job is done or the person’s makeup face. Several make-up artists will use their knowledge and skills on one person where the end results will always be different because makeup is an endless art that we can always and should learn, develop and perfect.
The main motto of every make-up artist is that makeup should follow the natural features of the face without stifling them, because it would cover the personality. In the end, we can conclude that makeup is a wonderful beauty highlighting solution that can make every woman / man the most beautiful version of himself yourself. While, make-up artists are gaining their reputation thanks to their imagination and vision for perfecting women’s beauty. All make-up artists agree in one that the beginning and end of flawless make-up is the perfect foundation on the face. Feminine make-up conceals possible imperfections and highlights key facial parts.
Make-up artist’s tips:
– Glossy complexion on the face can be achieved with a medium-liquid (silky texture) liquid powder in combination with a highlighter. Shiny particles are preferred because they optically lighten the complexion of a younger and healthier complexion.
-When choosing a blush for your face, look for a product that has a “sheer” mark because applying is easier. The light complexion is given by a pale pink blush, such as natural cheeks, or plum color, in dramatic variants. The darker path looks for warm shades on your cheeks (terracotta or peach color).
-Eyeliner apply layered in short strokes. Felt-tip eyeliner is the easiest to use. Draw a line before applying the powder – if you make a mistake you can always delete the line and start over.
Glauca Rossi School of Make-up

Yorkshire College of Beauty

email: learn@ycob.co.uk
Carita Beauty School Paris, France
Academy Kryolan and Make-up Forever

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