Jun 22, 2012
HEY EVERYONE! I was on model mayhem and saw a lot of castings for male models...i would love to work with them but what exactly would they require besides skincare, foundation and concealer? if they wanted eyeshadow that wouldnt be a problem but would i trim their beard? idk please help
thanks andii.. this is very helpful...i'll try to find some men to practice on lol and now i have to add more stuff to my kit smh lol
Jun 26, 2012
One thing that has helped me when doing male makeup is using an herbal-based clear chap-stick for lips. It isn't nearly as shiny as everything else. I usually carry the one made by Blistex in a green tube in my kit. Another thing that helps is MAC's Matte Cream. Great for applying over makeup where needed without getting the powdery look.
Jul 14, 2012
Hey Danielle, we think a clear mascara always makes a little magic. If you want to make the eye pop even more try a dab of eyeliner on the lower eyelid!
Jul 15, 2012
mac face and body, a little bit of contour, clear mascara through the brows and eyelashes and lip balm on the lips.
On men who wanna look "edgy" black eyeliner is great! You can smudge it up a bit with some gloss. Use reddish browns around the eyes and use gray shadow to fill in the beard if its has missing areas!!!! xoxox
Jul 19, 2012
One thing that many ppl over look is that as a makeup artist - your biggest money maker is making a face look fresh as if there really is NO makeup on. This is especially true for male clients. All of the above advice is awesome- but make sure to focus on the imperfections he may have going on- I.E. Razor burn on the neck- is a big one! Practice on masking these small unsightly parts of life, and you will become invalueable in the eyes of any photographer!
Aug 29, 2012
THANKS EVERYONE...SORRY FOR THE LATE RESPONSE
Sep 07, 2013
Omg...xD now I wanna dress up my boyfriend.
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