Back again with more Angels baring all their face for a before/after transformation! Lola LaVacious, Frankie Spanxx, and Minnie Ryder share their pros and cons to getting their performance face on.
Favorite part of makeup? Fav part is nailing down a character look and no matter how I’m feeling a great makeup face can put me in the right state of mind.
Least favorite? Least fav part is if I get literally anything in my eyes and it messes up a perfect liner job.
Favorite tool in the makeup kit? Subtle contouring with Shimmer bronzer and highlighter really brings out my cheeks and eyes in pics and vids
Tips and Tricks? New things…eyebrows can really help form a character and polish up any look…go bigger with everything…it may seem garish close up but then stand as far away from the mirror and practice faces…if you can get a hint of what’s happening..neither can your audience…just play to see what suits you best.
Last Words? Invest in a brush set and learn how they all work…doesn’t need to be expensive at first…makes applying so much easier and precise…watch videos ask friends take workshops and have fun!
Favorite part of makeup? I love being able to transform into a different person while never leaving my bathroom. Plus it’s nice to hide my perpetual teenager skin!
Least Favorite? I hate having to take it off at night!
Favorite tool in the makeup kit? I love my eyebrow pencil! I have blonde eyebrows and without that, I have no personality onstage! Also- glitter!
Tips or Tricks? I am the last person to ask for make up advice. Go to a workshop with Belle Breeze and don’t be afraid to try New things!
Favorite part of makeup? I feel super glamorous after going through the process of getting my show face on.
Least Favorite? It’s definitely a process to put my face on. I have to carve out some quality time for myself which is sometimes difficult with a family!
Favorite Tool in the makeup kit? Fake eyelashes! They’re a pain to put on but oh what a difference they make!
Tips or Tricks? If you are not feeling confident in the makeup department, ask for help! Go to a workshop, watch videos, get on Pinterest and practice.
Last Words? Don’t expect to get your face perfect the first time…or the second…or a year later. It takes patience, time, and commitment. My show face is a work in progress and as long as I throw a bit of extra time and energy at it, there’s hope for me yet. 🙂
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