6 Model Makeup Tips for an Agency Interview
Are you going to a Casting Call?Then you’re going to need some tips for applying makeup for your model agency interview to get maximum results, aren’t you?
The good news is you don’t have to hire a model makeup artist to get ready. You can go inexpensive by using some of the makeup and beauty products you already own.
How to Do Makeup for a Model Agency Interview
Here are a few pointers to make you look great when on your way to becoming a fashion model and you won’t look obviously “made up” at your interview.
Apply a light foundation base to cover blemishes and give your face a smooth look. Use a light base, put some on the back of your hand and apply gently with a foundation brush. You should end up with a light finish and texture.
You may or may not need concealer. Check for problem spots but again, don’t overdo your modeling makeup. If it looks good, leave it alone!
You can use powder to add just a bit of color to your face and to give your skin a matte finish. I use powder in the studio to keep off reflection from the strobe lights.
4. Eye Shadow
This is a matter of taste. Personally, I like models to use lighter shades. This will help brighten up your eyes and make them look larger than life. When editing photos, I spend quite a bit of time on the eyes for effect.
Nothing much to say about using mascara except to apply enough to separate your eyelashes to make them appear fuller and longer. Again, a little bit goes a long way.
6. Lip Color
Get a lighter shad of lip balm that is light reflecting. You don’t want those dark, ruby red lips when going to a model agency interview.
You’re All Set!
Your eyes will be bright, your face smooth and you will look your best.
Ruth Crilly gives precise tips for applying makeup so that you will be more than ready for your cast call. Bookmark this page as one of your favorites so you can watch the presentation before interview day. Good luck and hope to see you at the top! – Bob
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