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Facial Makeup Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Cosmetology: ©2007 Thomson Delmar Learning. All Rights Reserved.

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1 Facial Makeup Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Cosmetology: ©2007 Thomson Delmar Learning. All Rights Reserved

2 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY “Always look at what you have left. Never look at what you have lost.” Robert Shuller

3 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Objectives Describe the different types of cosmetics and their uses. Demonstrate an understanding of cosmetic color theory. Demonstrate a basic makeup procedure for any occasion.

4 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Identify different facial types and demonstrate procedures for basic corrective makeup. Demonstrate the application and removal of artificial lashes. List safety measures to be followed during makeup application. Objectives–Cont’d

5 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Enhancing Natural Beauty

6 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Cosmetics

7 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Foundation Chemistry Liquid Cream Mineral powder

8 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Foundation Selection and Use Match to skin tone. Blend with disposable makeup sponge. Avoid lines of demarcation. Mineral powder is applied with fluffy brush.

9 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Concealers Use to cover blemishes and discolorations. Match color to skin. Apply with sponge or disposable cotton swab. Use sparingly and soften edges.

10 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Face Powder Adds matte finish, absorbs oil, and “sets” foundation. Mixture of talc or cornstarch and pigment. Uses binders like zinc stearate. Applied with large powder brush.

11 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Cheek Color Called blush or rouge. Comes in powder, gel, or cream. Used to add natural glow and color.

12 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Lip Color Lipstick or gloss –Formulas of oils, waxes, and dyes Lip liner –Used to outline lips; keeps lip color from feathering; coordinate with lip color

13 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Eye Shadows Make eyes brighter and more expressive. Forms Colors –Highlight color –Base color –Contour color

14 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Eyeliners Used to outline and emphasize the eye. Consist of wax or hardened oil base with color additives. Apply with short strokes and gentle pressure.

15 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Eyebrow Color Used to add color and contour brows. Chemistry similar to eyeliner pencils. Avoid harsh contrasts with haircolor.

16 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Mascara Used to darken and thicken lashes. Chemistry Pigments Application

17 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Other Cosmetics Eye makeup removers Grease paint Cake (pancake) makeup

18 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Makeup Brushes Powder brush Blush brush Concealer brush Lip brush Eye shadow brushes Eyeliner brush

19 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Angle brush Lash and brow brush Makeup Brushes–Cont’d

20 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Makeup Tools Tweezers Eyelash curler Sponges Powder or cotton puffs Mascara wands Spatulas Disposable lip brushes Sponge-tipped shadow applicators Cotton pads or puffs Pencil sharpener

21 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Color Theory Primary colors Secondary colors Tertiary colors Complementary colors

22 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Warm and Cool Colors Warm Cool

23 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Determining Skin Color

24 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Selecting Makeup Colors Light skin color Medium skin color Dark skin color

25 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Color Selection Steps Determine skin level. Determine skin undertone. Determine eye color. Determine complementary colors. Determine hair color. Choose eye makeup colors. Coordinate cheek and lip colors. Apply makeup.

26 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Complementary Colors for Eyes Neutrals: safest Blue eyes –Gold, peach, copper, mauve, plum, taupe, camel

27 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Green eyes –Brown-based reds, red-orange, red-violet, violet, coppers, rusts, pinks, plums, mauve, and purples Complementary Colors for Eyes–Cont’d

28 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Brown eyes –Can wear any color: greens, blues, grays, silvers Complementary Colors for Eyes–Cont’d

29 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Cheek and lip color –Coordinate in same color family as eye makeup Hair color and eye color –Hair color impacts the complementary colors chosen Complementary Colors for Eyes–Cont’d

30 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Complementary Colors for Eyes–Cont’d

31 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Client Consultation Consultation area Lighting Gather information Sell retail

32 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Makeup Application Supplies Cleansers, astringent, toner, moisturizer Bases, concealers, face powders, cheek colors, lip colors, lip liners, eye shadows, eyeliner pencils, mascara

33 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Towels, draping sheets, makeup cape, headband or hair clips, eyelash curler, assorted makeup brushes, small makeup palette Disposable applicators, sponges, tissues, sharpener, cotton, spatulas Makeup Application Supplies– Cont’d

34 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Makeup Application Preparation Perform client consultation. Wash hands. Drape client. Apply cleanser.

35 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Remove cleanser. Apply astringent lotion or toner. Apply moisturizer. Groom eyebrows. Makeup Application Preparation–Cont’d

36 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Makeup Application Procedure Apply foundation.

37 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Apply concealer. Makeup Application Procedure–Cont’d

38 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Apply powder. Makeup Application Procedure–Cont’d

39 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Apply eye color. Apply eyeliner. Apply eyebrow color. Makeup Application Procedure–Cont’d

40 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Apply mascara. Makeup Application Procedure–Cont’d

41 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Apply cheek color. Makeup Application Procedure–Cont’d

42 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Apply lip color. Makeup Application Procedure–Cont’d

43 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Cleanup and Sanitation Discard disposable items. Disinfect implements. Clean and sanitize brushes. Place towels and linens. Sanitize work station. Wash hands.

44 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Striking Contour Eyes Base color from lashes to brow. Medium tone on lid. Medium to deep tone in crease and blend. Highlight shadow under brow bone. Eyeliner from outside corner tapering in. Shadow over eyeliner. Apply mascara.

45 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Striking Contour Eyes–Cont’d

46 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Dramatic Smoky Eyes Encircle with gray, brown, or black liner. Smudge eyeliner. Dark shadow from upper lash to crease. Repeat on lower lash line. Highlight color to upper brow area. Apply mascara. Add individual or band lashes.

47 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Dramatic Smoky Eyes–Cont’d

48 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Special Occasion–Cheeks Add definition under cheekbones. Use shimmer or glitter for highlight.

49 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Special Occasion–Lips Line lips and fill with lip pencil and blot. Add lip color. Apply gloss to center of lips.

50 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Corrective Makeup Emphasizes good features. Minimizes imperfections. Highlighting is used to emphasize. Shadowing minimizes features.

51 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Analyzing Face Shapes Oval Round

52 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Square Triangular Heart-shaped Analyzing Face Shapes–Cont’d

53 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Diamond Oblong Analyzing Face Shapes–Cont’d

54 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Forehead Area Low forehead Protruding forehead

55 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Nose and Chin Areas Large or protruding nose Short and flat nose Broad nose Protruding chin and receding nose Receding chin Sagging double chin

56 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Jawline and Neck Area Broad jawline Narrow jawline Round, square, or triangular face Short, thick neck Long, thin neck

57 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Corrective Makeup for the Eyes Round eyes Close-set eyes

58 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Bulging eyes Heavy-lidded eyes Corrective Makeup for the Eyes–Cont’d

59 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Small eyes Wide-set eyes Deep-set eyes Dark circles Corrective Makeup for the Eyes–Cont’d

60 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Eyebrows The ideal eyebrow shape

61 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Low forehead Wide-set eyes Close-set eyes Round face Long face Square face Eyebrows–Cont’d

62 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY The Lips

63 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY The Lips–Cont’d

64 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Skin Tone and Wrinkles Ruddy skin (red) Sallow skin (yellow) Minimizing wrinkles with foundation

65 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Artificial Eyelashes Band or strip lashes Individual lashes Adhesive Allergy test

66 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Band Application Supplies Adjustable lamp Makeup chair Lash adhesive Trays Cleanser Eyelash remover Wet sanitizer Headband/ hair clip Tweezers Cotton swabs/pads Eyelash brushes

67 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Eyelash curler Hand mirror Manicure scissors Makeup cape Pencil sharpener Band Application Supplies–Cont’d

68 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Band Lash Preparation Give client consultation. Wash hands. Seat client. Drape client. Remove contact lenses. Remove eye makeup.

69 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Band Lash Procedure Prepare lashes. Shape eyelash strip. Feather lash. Apply adhesive.

70 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Apply the lash. Apply lower lash (optional) Band Lash Procedure–Cont’d

71 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Removing Band Lashes Commercial preparations Soften with warm water and gentle cleanser Start at outer corner Lift gently Use cotton tips to remove makeup or adhesive

72 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Individual Lashes Known as eye tabbing Individual lashes Synthetic Attached directly to client’s eyelashes Follow manufacturer’s directions

73 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Safety Precautions Wash hands. Drape properly. Protect hair and skin. Keep fingernails smooth. Use sanitized brushes and implements. Use shaker for loose powder. Pour lotions from bottles.

74 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Use clean spatulas and applicators. Use spatula and disposable applicators for lip color. Use antiseptic on tweezed areas of brow. Safety Precautions–Cont’d

75 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Discard disposables. Place towels and linens in hamper. Keep workstation sanitary and neat. Safety Precautions–Cont’d

76 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Summary and Review What is the main objective of makeup application?

77 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY List 8 types of facial cosmetics and how they are used. Summary and Review–Cont’d

78 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Name the different types and uses of foundation. Name 3 types of cheek color. Name 3 types of eye shadow and how they are used. Summary and Review–Cont’d

79 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY List the primary and secondary colors. Name the colors in the warm and cool ranges. What are complementary colors? Summary and Review–Cont’d

80 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY List the cosmetics used in a basic makeup procedure in the order they are applied. What are the 7 facial types? Summary and Review–Cont’d

81 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Name and describe the 2 types of artificial eyelashes. Summary and Review–Cont’d

82 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY List at least 10 safety precautions for makeup applications. Summary and Review–Cont’d

83 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Congratulations! You’ve just completed one unit of study toward program completion!


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