Presentation on theme: "Aim: Objectives: Q&A You will now find yourself dealing with light and dark, and not colour when working on your clients face. So how do you make."— Presentation transcript:
You will now find yourself dealing with light and dark, and not colour when working on your clients face. So how do you make sure that your make up doesn’t show up too dark, if at all in your pictures?
Do not pack on too much foundation. Black and white film literally will make your skin look good! Make sure all red tones in the skin are covered. Red can show up as grey in a black and white picture, making your skin look blotchy. Use a yellow concealer to hide the redness.
Any make up with a blue, red or purple shade or under tone will always look darker in a picture. If your going for a dramatic look try burgandy lip stick for a dark lip. Black eye shadow will not show up black, it will come out dark grey in a picture. You will really have to put a lot on for it to show up black.
Use a colours with a warm shade or under tone. Yellow or orange under tones will show up lighter than you think in black and white pictures. So apply it with a heavier hand.
Play up the lips and the eye liner. Stay light on the blush. Use 5 colours of eye shadow- Spend time on the crease of the eye Focus on the bone structure- use highlights and shadow- focus on the cheek bone and jaw bone. Use loose powder to play down shine especially on the T-zone.
Take photos We will review each photo at the end so be prepared to talk about the colours you have used and the effects of black and white photography.