I'm back with another client before and after. Sometimes you get clients who want very light makeup. They know they need makeup because it's a special occasion, but they don't want to look completely different. This is the kind of makeup I did on my client - pretty, polished but still natural. Check it out!
***Picture credit to ClipArtKid
My client naturally has a lot of redness in her cheeks but does not want a lot of foundation. Instead, I counteracted this by applying a green, color correcting primer from Smashbox to neutralize the red. Then I spot concealed using my Graftobian Neutral Super Cream Palette. I ended up having to mix in a bit of Mario Badescu Serum because she had some dry patches on her cheeks.
When you're working with clients with pale skin, to keep the makeup soft, trying using a plum or eggplant eyeliner - it's a little bit softer than black or even brown. I also convinced my client to wear falsies - she's rocking style 747xs. It gave her a little bit of oomph that would translate well into her engagement photos without having to wear too much eyeshadow. We finished off the look with a peachy lip from my Viseart Nude Lipstick palette.
*Picture Credit to viseart.shopify.com
It's definitely important to be able to give your client the level of makeup he/she wants but also putting in that professional touch so that you correct and enhance the appropriate features. Hoe you guys enjoyed! Till next time, Ciao Bellas!