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Yesterday

Lexi K.

Hi Jacqueline! I have a question and I thought you would be the perfect person to ask. I've been looking at Face ateliers ultra foundation for a very long time, I've read every review I could find. And now I'm thinking of trying it. I'm using cinema secrets foundation now, and I'm absolutely in love with it. But I would like to add a nice liquid foundation to my collection for those days where I just don't have time to scoop out my CS. I was wondering if you've worked with face atelier, and if so, would you recommend it? What's your review on this foundation? What is the finish like? (I've heard some say it's demi-matte, and other say it's natural/dewy) And would you know what color I would wear? I use 201-67B in cinema secrets and I have a yellow undertone, I was thinking I'd be an 8 or 10 in face atelier, but I've only looked at swatches online. I also have normal to dry skin, so I thought this foundation would be perfect. Sorry for all the questions, I hope it's not a burden. Thank you Jacqueline! :)

Yesterday

Jacqueline H.

Hi Lexi.. I have worked with Face ateliers Ultra Foundation. For your skin type, it would be a perfect match. It's a silicone based HD foundation with medium buildaable coverage. This foundation's finish is most definitely NOT demi-matte. I would say it has a natural finish with a very fine, nearly undetectable sheen. It reminds me of Armani's luminous silk foundation.

Shade wise, without you in front of me to match you, I don't necessarily like to give out shade recommendations on someone else's dime. That being said, in my opinion...If you use 201B-67B in Cinema Secrets, I'd place you between shade 7 and 8 in the face atelier, leaning more towards shade 8.

I think this is a great foundation for someone with your skin type that isn't necessarily looking for heavy coverage but wants a foundation that will even out skin tone and cover minor to fairly moderate imperfections. It has a beautiful finish, and another added bonus... you do not need to use a primer with this foundation because it is built into the foundation. :)

2 days ago

M G.

Yes mam. I think I try to type the way I speak but your right I need to take into consideration of the younger generation. I will watch my language from here on, thank you for bringing it to my attention.

2 days ago

Jacqueline H.

Thanks Maria...I appreciate it. :)

5 days ago

Jacqlyn W.

Thank you SO much! I will definitely be showing my parents this particular school. You make valid points so I will be more than likely attending the Robert Jones Academy. Thanks again!

5 days ago

Jacqlyn W.

Hi Miss Jacqueline,

I'm sorry for bothering you, but I'm graduating early from high school and my parents want me to start looking for online makeup classes (there are literally no makeup schools near me) and I was wondering if you could name a few. I know you named a few before but that was long ago so I don't remember. There are some I've been looking at but I keep hearing a lot of them are scams and I trust you suggesting me some legit ones. Thank you in advance!

5 days ago

Jacqueline H.

Hi Jacqlyn. No bother...:)

If you are interested in becoming a Pro MUA, then I suggest Robert Jones Makeup Academy and. I suggest purchasing the Gold membership. The Basic membership is really geared towards makeup enthusiasts in my opinion.

With the Gold membership, you will receive his course material and you can earn 3 different types of certificates:

1. Apprentice Level

A series of quizzes based on basic fundamentals. You must receive 100% on all of the quizzes before you receive your certificate.

2. Master Class
To earn the master class certificate,like the apprentice certificate, you will need to take all the quizzes and receive 100% on them. You also have to submit photos of your work showing your makeup skills in terms of how to properly apply shadow to each and every eye shape.

3. Working Like A Pro
To earn this certificate, you have to take all of the working like a pro tests, and a master test that covers all of the course level taught in the academy (and like the other certificate levels, you have to receive 100% on each test). You will also have to to submit a number of photographs of your work on different eye shapes, skin tones, etc.to show your makeup skill. The best part... Robert Jones will give you feedback on your work(Uh, it does not get much better than that.), and he will determine whether you merit passing the pro level or not, and you can only submit photographs up to three times. When you get to this level, Mr. Jones does not play around. :)

Considering all of the online MUA schools around, you really don't know what you are getting, and what the qualifications of the 'instructors' are. Nowadays, everyone who has a YouTube channel claims to be a Makeup Artist... and if you are going to spend your hard earned money you need to know what you are getting and who you will be learning from, and it just does not get much better than Mr. Robert Jones. :)

I'd also check out QC Makeup Academy http://www.qcmakeupacademy.com/
Decent syllabus,and an established online academy taught by pro mua's.

Here's the thing Jacqlyn, now that pretty much everything has gone the social media route, a lot of these online academies rush you through as fast as they can and don't really drill you on the fundamentals and principles of makeup artistry. From what I have seen, people are more interested in learning flashy techniques before they can identity an eye shape, and in the pro world, that won't get you very far. That is why I like the Robert Jones academy... He drills fundamentals first, and flash later. :)

Last week

Kathleen M.

Hi Jacqueline, I saw a thread that you created about foundation and the different types of finishes and coverage. I can't seem to find it as I wanted to save it for reference. I thought it was great and extremely knowledgeable. I tried looking for it but can't seem to find it? I was wondering if you could post the link to it somehow? So I could save it.

Last week

Jacqueline H.

Hi Kathleen; I'm glad you found it useful. :) Here's the link.


http://www.beautylish.com/t/yvrmir/...

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"For Beautiful Eyes, Look For The Good In Others." Audrey Hepburn

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Professional Makeup Artist
Era/Period/Stage and Theater Design Consultant.

Graduate of Cinema Makeup School Specializing in:

Makeup for Film and Television
SFX Makeup
Period Makeup
Stage/Theater Makeup
Corrective Makeup
Hi-Fashion Photographic Print Makeup
Runway/Avant-garde Makeup
Fantasy Makeup
Body Makeup
Airbrush Makeup

I'm always happy to help when and where I can. Feel free to ask all the questions you want. I sincerely do the best I can to answer all questions posed on my profile; however, please keep this in mind, the simple act of saying 'thank you' is a most appreciated demonstration of common courtesy. :)




"Today I see beauty everywhere I go, in every face I see, in every single soul." Kevyn Aucoin
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Complexion: Medium
Undertone: Neutral
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