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  • so I'm just gonna break it off into here.

  • So I have the lipstick, and then I just heat it, and then this takes a bit of time molting.

  • This really helps create it to be a bit more modifying high makeup artist Daniel Martin, global director of artistry and education in touch.

  • Uh, and this is my makeup kid.

  • So I have my makeup set up in sections.

  • I have celebrity skin, skin care, another set of complexion tools all my color.

  • That includes eye shadows.

  • Blush is lipsticks, and I'm a crazy Virgo.

  • So I promise that this is all organized.

  • How much do I think this kit costs?

  • I would probably say close to $10,000.

  • So I have two kids that I usually work out of an editorial kit in my celebrity kid.

  • This right here is my celebrity kit.

  • This is for Jessica Alba, Elizabeth OSS, Olivia, Plan around.

  • Nina Dobrev.

  • Every girl has their own complexion bag.

  • So this has their foundations.

  • They're powders.

  • Concealers basically curated for them.

  • And it never leaves their bag.

  • Actually have them marked in my studio.

  • One product that I have that's always in my kid for all my girls for red carpet is the Tasha liquid silk canvas.

  • This little guy will extend the long wear of your foundation.

  • It's comfortable after moisturizer, and I will actually mix this with foundation to to build up more coverage.

  • So the last look that I did with this kit was with my friend Megan.

  • My approach with her is very similar to any approach that I have with my other Soviet clients.

  • You kind of go over what they're wearing.

  • We talk about the look, and then that's when the creation happens.

  • I actually have a Pinterest collection of images that I've collected over the years with references that go way back to like the forties to the nineties.

  • To now.

  • This source of inspiration is really helpful for any makeup artists who is trying to kind of figure out what kind of look you want to create with your clients.

  • So, for instance, with Elizabeth Moss for the Oscars, we had this image.

  • She was wearing Dior couture.

  • So we pulled up in image of something from the forties.

  • Very classic, very beautiful.

  • She has this incredible skin, so I really wanted to punch of her skin but really create this beautiful crimson lip on her Lizzie's look for that night you use the long wear foundation, and this one by Nars is a soft matt, which is really beautiful on the skin.

  • Great for TV.

  • Also, I prepped your skin with the actual water cream, which is this one on the I was this beautiful kind of very bare neutral palette, and this one by Dior were basically the colors that I used.

  • And then on her lip.

  • It was like this really beautiful, not too mad, not too shiny lip.

  • So what I wanted doing was I went over her lips with a lip liner.

  • This one is Victoria Beckham, and then you can use lip gloss toe.

  • Add to that, or just ahead a bit of shine on the lip.

  • The weirdest thing that I always bring with me on a job.

  • Basically, whether it's celebrity of editorial, I always carry cortisone gel with me.

  • If my client has like a pimple or any readiness on the face, this little guy will not the redness down and then I can put makeup safely on top of it, so I always carries some sort of food with me, and it's always Candies.

  • So right now it's in.

  • My candy bag is low pops because he doesn't like a little pop, and I have a cola just to calm that throat.

  • A lot of my clients actually love the fact that I carry Lord Jones CBD gumdrops in my kid red carpet can be very nerve wracking, so this kind of like chills them out.

  • Taste good.

  • And by the time that I get to the carpet, they're just ready to roll.

  • So let's talk about skin.

  • This'd is my skin care section.

  • So skincare is really important before any kind of makeup, because it sets the canvas for everything that you put on top of it.

  • So I really want to make sure that the skin is in a neutral spot.

  • Being that any kind of readiness, I could take down any kind of dry skin I could really hydrate, but without optimizing skincare onto the skin before makeup, your makeup will not lay the way they expected.

  • Thio.

  • My approach to organizing skincare is according to skin type, so a lot of these products can be used on anyone from normal to oily skin Let's talk about facial massagers.

  • So when my favorite facial massages is this one by Joanna Check.

  • I love these devices because it's really invigorating for the skin, especially in the morning when you want to wake the skin up.

  • And if you have a client that has had a you know, they were out late the night before and their skin is just not at it's peak.

  • Thes massagers are great just to kind of prick that life back into the skin.

  • This one literally kind of pulls that skin back.

  • I'll actually keep it in the freezer the night before and then take it out the next day.

  • And it's like super cold and just really pulls and massages that skin.

  • Another one that I love is this one by skinning.

  • That's his gold one and it vibrates, and this is great with a bit of my cream, and then you just go up underneath the eye with it.

  • What I see after I used these on the client is just the blood is is just pumping through the face, and it just brings this luminosity, this radiance to the skin that you don't usually get with either just a mask or just using skin care.

  • You really want to get the blood flowing.

  • So after skin care, I go into complexion.

  • Foundations, concealers powders and I tried toe have at least three different types of foundations with me and my kid, so this one by our money is a very light to medium coverage.

  • This is great for editorial when you want that skin to come through, but it's really comfortable on the skin, and it knocks out any readiness so you don't feel like you're wearing anything, but it just really even out your complexion.

  • This one by Nars this'll Soft Matt Long Wear Foundation is great for red carpet.

  • It's not Matt and flat because you want to control the oil.

  • You want to control that radiance thistles.

  • Great for TV.

  • It's just a really nice, comfortable foundation for a long way.

  • And then these concealers, by do your actually can use these as foundation is well, so I'll mix a bit of the Tasha liquid silk canvas with this to extend this into a foundation.

  • But I also like Thio, mix this with a bit of oil to kind of share it out as well, but these little guys can give me a full face of foundation.

  • And then I have my correct er's.

  • This is one of my favorites by benign, even any kind of Stalinist in the skin.

  • Dark eyes even cancel out some brightness from the pimple.

  • And then I always keep thes cream foundations by honest in this palette for touch ups on the body, touch it from the face.

  • So I like to use creams is a touch of product because I find that it really helps reconstitute the makeup that starts to fade.

  • It's really versatile to manipulate.

  • Having these options is really important to me anyways, because I need to understand the finish that either the photographer or the talent wants.

  • At the end of the day, if we're doing something editorial that they want to be able to control afterwards and post, I'll go for something that's more a sheer or light because this is basically your skin, but better for red carpet.

  • If you know the talent, want something that's gonna last a long time, they don't have to worry about touching up.

  • This is where I would go with this product.

  • So after complexion I'll move into color when I go into eyes.

  • I always like to start with the brows because I feel like finishing off the brow really sets the tone for how intense or how less dramatic you want to do.

  • I make up one product that I'm really loving right now is one that I found on Instagram, actually, and it's thes brow pens by Attitude House, which is a K beauty brand.

  • These air like little markers.

  • There's four Bronx to this.

  • Me.

  • Personally, I love a brow to look as natural as possible.

  • So this gives me that Brooke Shields eighties brow Really big, fluffy, beautiful without it looking to Instagram E.

  • So I kind of set my eye shadow palettes according to neutrals, Brights more natural.

  • Before I go into shadow, I would actually lay it down with these cream pigments.

  • This will keep the longevity of anything that you put on top of it.

  • So these Senna cream pallets are great because I could really create a bass tone for the eye shadows by using these first.

  • So one of my favorite palettes is this one by Nars.

  • It makes for a great neutral.

  • I'll actually use my finger with this particular formula because it's so smooth.

  • And then if I go into anything more experimental, this is one of my favorite palettes.

  • This is urban decay, so I have a whole bag.

  • This is my colored eyeliner kind of trapper, keeper of color.

  • I mean, I have to say I've gotten a lot of inspiration from Instagram.

  • I've had liners in something very similar, but I never put them in a book.

  • So when I saw someone on Instagram do it, I was like, Oh my God, that's genius!

  • So I just keep it organized and it's so compact, too.

  • So in here, I just keep ah, lot of eyeliners.

  • This one's colored eyeliners.

  • I have another one that's more neutral, So ci colors.

  • I always like to keep cream cheeks with me.

  • So this palette by makeup forever is amazing because I can really stretch these out and I can mix up shades I like toe have color, especially on the face.

  • Feel like it's coming through the skin.

  • So I'll take a brush like this and mix it with a cream blush.

  • It kind of stippled is the color in a way.

  • On the skin that it looks like it's coming through.

  • So if I feel like if it's too much, then what I'll do is I'll go over it with foundation.

  • If I need to amp up any more color on the cheek, I'll just go in with the powder contour shades, highlighters.

  • I try to keep it as minimal as possible because I want the versatility of these products on so many skin tones.

  • And I also don't wanna carry so much stuff.

  • This palette by Mac is one of my favorites because it has six different ranges, this one by do as well as a great one to contour with.

  • And then these air, the highlighters that I tend to go gravitate towards because at this point I want to shape out the skin.

  • I don't want to manipulate anything.

  • I finish off every loop with lipstick.

  • So for editorial pallets are much easier because they're more compact.

  • I can manipulate the colors.

  • I can manipulate textures sometimes, so these are my lipstick pallets.

  • My assistant meticulously placed these in these wells.

  • I have three different ones that I like to work with because I can manipulate the color and the texture.

  • I like to keep my bullets for my celebrity clients because I like to give them the lipstick when they leave with it.

  • I don't like to give a little brush with a little bit of lipstick, because some may need more than others, so it's just easier for me just to give them the lipstick that they're using for the night.

  • So when I have a couple of lipsticks that have run down on the bullet, some people like to scoop them out and put them in a pallet Because of my crazy Virgo, all of my lipsticks that have run down on the bullet I'll scoop out and sit them into a new and create a whole new fresh palette.

  • For this demo, I'm going to use lipstick, this grapefruit spoon.

  • I like a grapefruit spoon because it's angled and it's an easier poor for me into the palate.

  • And then I'll use a candle for the heat.

  • So I'm just gonna break it off into here.

  • So I have the lipstick and then I just heat it and then this it takes a bit of time.

  • Might take a lot of time, actually, e hate destroying makeup because I'm a neurotic for going everything has to look perfect and have its place having to do this trick is much easier for me rather than smashing a bunch of lipsticks.

  • So when you melt down lipstick, the thing that dissipates first is the fragrance that's in it.

  • So when you do this method and you pour the lipstick back in, you'll notice that the textures changed a bit.

  • And a lot of times fragrance has a bit of a motion into it melting.

  • This really helps create it to be a bit more modifying.

  • Now I'm gonna go on and pour this into the well of the palate that's basically get.

  • And then once this dries down, you have a really perfectly welds lipstick ballot.

  • So what you just witnessed is the most arduous part of containing my kit.

  • Everything has its place.

  • Everything is compartmentalized.

so I'm just gonna break it off into here.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/02
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