As a Freelance Makeup Artist and SFX Makeup Artist with 30+ years of industry experience, I have been fortunate enough to work coast-to-coast on multiple projects providing makeup and on-set SFX makeup for film, TV, music videos, commercials, print and more!
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I'm dreaming of spring with these gorgeous pastel hues...
The Pantone Color Institute has announced that its 2020 Color of the Year is PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue Wondering how to incorporate this color into your makeup look? Aside from the obvious, here are few subtle ideas. Blending blues in with grays and plums can create some fantastic makeup effects.
I am sure you realize your wedding isn't a dress rehearsal and there is no do-over, but take it from someone who has seen her fair share of weddings, there are just some things you want to be sure you've got down pat because you won't have a second chance to get it right.
Consider your wedding to be comparable to the workings of a feature film. You've got the Leading Lady role and your groom is up for Best Supporting Actor. Your Cast of Characters encompasses your bridal party and immediate family members and don't forget the Background Actors, your guests.
To create a blockbuster hit, you'll need a Full Crew; including but not limited to: Director and Assistant Director (wedding planner, banquet manager, officiant)Technical Crew (photographer, videographer)Production Support (accommodations, food)Location Selection (venue, church)Soundtrack (music selection, DJ, band)Hair and Makeup TeamSpecial Effects (lighting, decor, details)Props (flowers, cake, centerpieces)…
Yup, this is what I live for. Here's a shot from a recent project. On location at Gatorland Orlando filming a commercial with Gamma Blast Studios. If you haven't been to Gatorland, you need to put it in your bucket list.