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Oct 11, 2015

Chris M.

Hey, thanks for checking up on me! I appreciate your support!

Oct 12, 2015

Tiffany B.

You're welcome :)

Oct 11, 2015

Chris M.

Hi Tiffany - I just saw your question. What I decided to do was to get a liquid liner in red or orange. I went to Sephora and got a sort of burnt orange and then I put the Chromographic liner over it. It works just okay, but it takes a really long time! I guess if I was going somewhere special, I might take the time, but I've only done it a couple of times. What makes it difficult is that the tattoo is right at the lash line, so I have to go in between the lashes to get all the black covered. Not worth it for the most part. I have an appointment with my tattoo artist next week. I'll see if she can put flesh colored tattoo over the black. I'm sure she can, but it seems like such a waste of money! Oh well - we learn, right?

Oct 12, 2015

Tiffany B.

Sorry that it has been some much trouble for you. Hopefully she can get you fixed up :)

Oct 12, 2015

Chris M.

Thanks Tiffany!

Oct 02, 2015

Crystal G.

Following :)

Sep 25, 2015

Chris M.

Hi Tiffany, I'm following you! I'm relatively new to makeup obsession, and I have several MAC products I use. You seem to be the expert! I have tattooed liner on my upper & lower lids. I believe the bottom liner goes to far towards the inner corner (on my eye), and I'd like to cover up part of my line. Do you think Studio Chromographic Pencil would be good for that? I don't know how long-lasting that pencil is...? Is there another product that might work better? I could use a brush for application, too (as opposed to a pencil). The tattoo goes right up, almost into, my water line. Thank you!

Sep 25, 2015

Tiffany B.

Hey Chris,

So with Chromographic liners they have the ability to be built up to a good amount of coverage, depending on how dark your liner is on the inner corner it should have the opacity to cover. However another issue is by using a fleshtoned liner without color correcting it could make it look grey. Unfortunately mac doesn't have eye safe red/orange liners that will stay without smudging to color correct with. I tried looking at your images and the inner corner section doesn't look nearly as dark as the rest of the tattoo. For the color, product and placement that you are needing I believe the chromographic liner would be the best option for you.

As far as wear time goes I find that when I apply it quite generously I get a good 8-10 hr wear out of it. Of coarse through the day it does lose some of its opacity.

I know there are a lot of "if's" in my response to you but I have tried to give you my best educated response without physically seeing the darkness that you are describing.

Hopefully you find this information helpful. You're welcome, any time!

Sep 25, 2015

Chris M.

Great! Thank you Tiffany! I will try the Chromigraphic pencil. Is it eye safe? Do you know of another brand that may have color-correcting pencils for the eye? If you looked at my recent pictures, I was wearing black liner on top, so it may have looked lighter on the bottom. Thanks again!

Sep 25, 2015

Chris M.

Oh, 1 more question...what color would I need to correct the black line before I use concealer pencil? Did you say red or orange?

Sep 25, 2015

Tiffany B.

Yes the chromographic liners in neutral tones are eye safe as well as blues, greens, etc. Certain yellows, oranges, and processed magenta's all are not eye safe and this is true from company to company. example: ud electric palette in the same colors are not eye safe. At the time I can't think of any with the staying powder you would need to pair another liner over the top. This could be an area where Jacqueline is helpful at. They were recent images that I was looking at, actually your earlier post for critiques.

Sep 25, 2015

Chris M.

Okee-doke! I appreciate your time and input!

Sep 25, 2015

Tiffany B.

It would depend on the undertones of your tattoo. Usually black have blue or green undertones therefore the correcting color would be red or orange :)

Sep 25, 2015

Chris M.

Yes, mine has blue. Thanks again! :)

Sep 25, 2015

Tiffany B.

sure thing

Sep 18, 2015

Emma S.

Hi Tiffany! I know you saw on my post that I didn't get passed on to the second round. The recruiter said she was on the fence about me since I do freelance and I have retail experience just not for cosmetics. And she said she wanted me to get cosmetic retail experience. Which is what I'm try to do. I went to FIDM and I graduated last December. Then I realized my passion really lies in makeup and that makeup is basically my whole life. I was unemployed for three months after I graduated and took the first job that came my way, which is my current awful job. I can't go to school for makeup yet, special effects and beauty, because I need to pay off my loans from FIDM. I have been interviewing for the last three or four months. Nordstrom won't even interview me and Macy's loves me but I'm looking for full time 35-40 hours and they just don't have anything to give me. Or I had Too Faced reach out to me to work in corporate for them as a Visual Merchandising Coordinator (what I went to school for) and when I reach back out I never hear anything. It's just difficult and heart breaking especially since my job is so awful and depressing. I think I'm just going to have to go back to Macy's and say hey 28-32 hours is fine with me and then do something on the side. I freelance as a makeup artist but you would do something else too. Anyway I just wanted to let you know the full story! Thanks so much for listening💕

Sep 21, 2015

Tiffany B.

Hey Emma,
Sorry for the delayed response, been super busy with work lately. So sorry to hear that's how your experience went. Just like you I never had experience in retail for cosmetics either when I was hired on. I really feel that it may be just where you're located that you're getting a response like this. Now I will say requesting such a large amount of hours as you have is almost never given when first starting in a cosmetic company especially without experience in cosmetics. Most mac artists start as freelance artists and move up from there. I have a very rare case of starting as freelance and within a year moving to a pro location. It is possible and you are good enough. Hang on to your passion, envision where you want to go and feel it with all of you and I guarantee what you seek will come your way. (went a little "the secret" on you there, sorry) Thank you for sharing your story with me and I wish you the best of luck on your journey. :)) **hugs**

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About Me

Hello I'm Tiffany. I am a Mac Pro Artist and freelance makeup artist. If you would like to view my work please visit me at http://www.tiffanypromakeup.com If you have any questions feel free to ask.

Eye Color: Blue
Complexion: Light
Undertone: Neutral
Skin Type: Combination
Hair Color: Brown
Hair Texture: Normal