If you are in need of some help to create a strobing effect on your model please take a look at MAC Makeup Strobe Creme. The ultimate quick fix for the skin. Super-powered with potent botanicals to refresh and moisten. Boosts the look of dull, flat or tired-looking skin with nutritious vitamins and a mega-dose of green tea. Brightens and clarifies with iridescent particles and antioxidants. Enhances the effects of light on all skin in all lighting conditions from sunlight to spotlight.
This product can be used with foundation or no foundation, It apply’s smooth and has a lot of shine particles in the lotion. Apply like you would for your highlights and then layer your highlight colors if you are using foundation. If you are not using foundation apply where you want the highlights and let dry. Since this is a creme make sure you use a dry powder to lock in the product. With or without foundation. Always apply with half C’s strokes.
Above you can see the end result. This is good for you makeup kit, especially for beach photo shoots. Give the product a try if you like MAC Strobe Creme.
Joseph Kellner 2015 Photo shoot. Hair color/Makeup/Styling. I would like to start by saying that the Amber Times Nine Palette is a great palette. It has a lovely choice of colors that can create many different eye looks. As usual, MAC has stunning eyeshadow quality. Love my new MAC palettes. The product fairs well in the Florida heat. Make sure you use there eye primer, if you are shooting outside. Long lasting tones also. Thumbs up for me. The product is great for traveling in your makeup kit. small just enough colors to work with. And with your MAC Pro Card the price is a steal. Beautiful hue’s and no flaking applying the product at all. A well-edited palette featuring a color wave of amber hues. The shadows in this palette are of regular MAC quality and great for the money. This is especially ideal for those trying to add more colors and variety to their makeup kit without the high cost. This product fared well with our model pictured in this post. Never had to touch up the eye colors. You can rely on this product for all your editorial photo shoots.
Bold colors, highly pigmented, crease resistant, neutral naked look. This is a versatile palette , very well thought-out, and compact enough to carry in your purse for touch ups.As usual, MAC has stunning eyeshadow quality. They go on so smooth and last all day. MAC is one of the only brands who’s eyeshadow looks the same on the lid as it does in the palette!
Color true, Long wearing, great quality, many look combinations, thumbs up for this palette.
Apply your makeup in natural light – When you put on your makeup, sit by a window or in a room with a lot of natural light. This will give you the best idea of what your makeup really looks like, and how it will look in the pictures.
To get their hair photo shoot ready, it’s all about creating body. “After washing your hair, blow dry the hair up and away from the head to give extra lift and body,”
Wear black mascara – Some people think black is too harsh for their skin tone, but I promise that when it comes to pictures, black looks good on everyone. Wearing black mascara will bring out your eyes a lot more than brown will.
To help boost body, I suggest setting your hair in pin curls hot rollers as you dry each section. “This will help give you a loose photo shoot ready wave, plus body,”
Makeup will photograph 2 shades lighter – In the picture above, Mallory’s lip stick color was a seriously BRIGHT orange, but you would never guess it by look at the picture. Makeup doesn’t translate as vibrant in photographs. I recommend doing your blush, eyes and lip color a little more vibrant than you normally would.
Use a curling iron or wand if you want extra waves. Try this hair trick: “Twist the hair around the iron as you wrap it — this gives more of a wave to the hair than an actual spiral curl if you just wrap it.”
If your hair’s newly washed and too slick for creative styling, use dry shampoo to add texture to your hair and help your hairstyle last especially for the photo shoot model. this will also give you lots and lots of volume. I also like to use it for smoothing the hair such as flat ironing.
Use matte colors – Although shimmer can look great when applied properly, if you are a little unsure about what to do, it’s always safe to go with matte colors. Matte makeup won’t reflect light, making it easy to apply and easy to photograph.
DON’T apply more mascara after it’s already dry, this will only make them clumpy. When applying, if you are going to do more than one coat, do each coat while your lashes are still wet. If you like to freshen up your mascara throughout the day, wet your fingers and use them to wet your lashes a little bit before you apply another coat. This will make them pliable and help avoid clumping and flaking.