Presentation on theme: "Stage Make up!. How to apply stage make up! -First use a mirror with as much light as possible, --Make sure you have all of the sponges and brushes needed,"— Presentation transcript:
How to apply stage make up! -First use a mirror with as much light as possible, --Make sure you have all of the sponges and brushes needed, make sure the are clean and un used --Use a foundation slightly darker then your skin tone to help fight stage light washout, -- Use a translucent powder over foundation to set it. --Eye shadow should be lighter or darker shade
Safety For using theatre makeup -Never lend or accept make-up from anyone. -Wash hands before and after applying make- up. Make-up artists should wash their hands before starting on another actor. -Sponges and brushes should be washed after use on each individual. -Avoid aerosol products whenever possible. -Replace old makeup regularly. -Avoid creating clouds of face powder that can be inhaled. Do not use old face powder. -Moisten brushes or pencils with clean tap water, not with saliva. -When removing spirit gum or latex, avoid prolonged skin contact with solvents. - Replace lost skin oils with moisturizer.
Modern makeup! Modern theatrical makeup has come along way from the dubious chemicals and rough techniques of its early usage. A true art form, modern dramatic makeup looks range from makeup that is realistic looking, albeit much heavier than standard cosmetic application, to highly unusual characterization, animal, period, Special Effects, and avant grade makeup looks. The ingredients in today's stage cosmetics are also safe for the skin rather than containing the toxic or questionable compounds. Work sighted : http://makeup.lovetoknow.com/ History_of_Theatre_Makeup