I met Miss B as a client for Kristen Fonville and I did hair and makeup on her about 10 days ago. One thing to think about if you're considering becoming a makeup artist is not only working on different skin tones, but working on different skin types. Meaning... rosacea, psoriasis, acne prone, etc. I noticed right off the bat that there was some sort of skin condition with Miss B, but I also didn't want to come across as rude if I asked her. So I just waited until she brought it up. She didn't go into much detail aside from saying it was a "skin disorder" but everywhere looked extremely dry and dehydrated. You know when you get a really bad sunburn and right before it begins to peel, it looks tight and shiny? It was like that around her eyes and other spots just looked like she was burned it the skin was peeling. I was a little nervous about how the makeup would apply, but I just took a little extra care with skincare before applying anything else.
Once I got the skin somewhat manageable to apply makeup on top, I decided to go with a little bit bolder of an eye look. Can we say major Wynonna Judd vibes? Holy smokes!
And I just got some final images back from Kristen yesterday and they're posted below. Enjoy!
Mac prolongwear waterproof foundation in nw20 as base and concealer, Makeup Revolution Luxury Baking Powder in Banana to warm it up a bit, Tarte Park Ave Princess bronzer palette, NYX Sweet Cheeks blush palette, Mac Soft & Gentle highlight, ColourPop Arched Auburn brow pencil, Morphe x Jaclyn Hill palette on the eyes, black liner in the waterline, mascara, Kiss Poised lashes, and Jeffree Star liquid lipstick in Gemini.
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