Eric has training spanning over 20 years from the Makeup Academy School of Beauty in San Francisco, MAC Pro Cosmetics, Makeup Forever, Smashbox, Bobbi Brown, Senna Cosmetics, Prescriptives, Black Opal, Devezin Cosmetics Los Angeles, etc. For many years he worked as an assistant for the Allen Edwards and Aveda Kriza salons in LA. He now freelances in a LA salon where makeup and skin care are offered and also provides freelance makeup artist services to local modeling agencies.
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One of the easiest ways to update your makeup bag each season is to add in current color trends. And while it’s probably inadvisable to replace your whole makeup kit with a fleeting palette-du-jour, adding a few fresh products can go a long way. Accessories, especially, are a smart way to incorporate timely hues, and many of us switch those up anyway. One prime example: A new eye-shadow in lilac is a stylish asset that can take you through spring and summer. Follow our social media to see the color trends to know about now, along with impactful products in each category. If you can’t decide which you’ll use most, we recommend one of the featured Devezin products, which are as functional as they are fashionable. With summer here, it's time to reach for the sunscreen. But not everyone is convinced that skin protection is a necessity. "Older adults grew up at a time when unprotected skin exposure wasn't a cardinal sin, and many I talk to think a little sun is good for them. …
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women to become independent. I see
many clients a week and have been doing so for years now. I am going to talk about my
process today, now every artist is different but these are helpful tips
that work well for me.
It’s important to really find out
what the client is looking for. From experience I have learned that what the client thinks they want is not always what they will like.
It is up to me as your professional makeup artist to read between the lines. A lot
of clients like to bring pictures in to show what they are looking
for. This can be helpful but do not expect the look solely
like the images. Even though you may be attracted to the way the makeup looks in
the photo you could also ju…
There’s a reason that your under-eye circles or post-pimple redness are always just a little bit visible under your concealer: The blue and red tones inherent in those blemishes shine through your flesh-colored makeup. In order to hide them properly, you need to neutralize whatever color you’re trying to conceal, not just slather flesh-colored goop on top of it.
Color theory: Green is opposite to red on the color wheel, which makes them complementary colors. Complementary colors effectively cancel one another out, so if you put some green concealer on top of anything red (like rosacea, acne or scars), that redness is immediately neutralized. The best part? It’s totally easy to do: simply dab a little pale green concealer over any red blemishes you have, allow it to set, then cover it up with a very light application of your skin-toned concealer.
Color theory: Purple is opposite yellow on the color wheel, so pale purple concealer is perfect for concealing anything yellow or cooling dow…
Beyonce, Mandy Moore, Katy Perry... it's hard to find a celebrity who hasn't rocked bottom liner last year
— and we don't see the trend slowing down in 2018. The technique is one
of the quickest ways to inject color into a look, while requiring
virtually no makeup skills. All you have to do is use a shadow or liner
in your preferred shade (I'm partial to teal) to line your bottom
lashline. The result is a pop of color that simultaneously defines your
Another trick to setting off a bold, underlined look? Keep your top lid
understated. "When I use a strong shot of color on the bottom lids, I
like to keep the top line smudgy with neutrals to not overwhelm the
look, I stay in classic shapes and either use browns
or blacks on top to give the look some balance. In the end, the neutral
tones sort of fall away and the hit of color comes through.” Tip: Let the top lid chill.
Following the shape of the black line, add a cream or gel bold liner right on top.…