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Stacey Johnson

on 31 January 2013

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Unit 209 Apply Makeup. Today you will be learning how to: Identify different face shapes, discover and learn about different types of foundation and how to prepare your client's skin. Identify the following face shapes. Shapes. Square/rectangle Oval Triangle Round Heart Diamond Foundations: Cream: these are quite thick in texture and give an excellent coverage. Suitable for normal, dry and mature skin types and are set with powder. Contain water droplets in an oil base. This type of product often contains SPF and anti-ageing ingredients e.g. vitamins etc. as they are for a more mature skin type. Cream Foundations Liquid: these are available for all skin types but the ingredients vary, i.e. for a normal, combination or oil skin type. This product is of a thinner consistency than cream or cake foundations, but still gives a light coverage on a skin that has few blemishes, it contains oil droplets in a water base. For a mature, dry or normal skin the base would be water droplets in an oil base to give medium coverage and protection, the oil base aids the application. Mineral powder: made of fine ground mineral powders; most are very natural and organic. They give a variable finish depending on application. This can be light or built up to give a heavier finish. They should be applied quickly with a buffing action but should not be overworked as this polishes the powder giving a shiny finish. They are more suitable for younger or fine textured skins as on more mature skins they can accentuate lines if they are not applied well. Mousse: Provides a light to medium coverage. Suitable for normal to combination skin types and generally contains a mineral oil base. Should not be used on greasy skin; due to the oil content it does not give an even coverage and can become streaky. Gel: A transparent product which gives a slight tint, less common and only used generally in the summer months. They provide a sheer non-greasy coverage. Ideal for tanned or dark skin tones and produce a natural effect. Tinted moisturiser: Whilst not technically a foundation, this product is used regularly by people who do not like the feel of foundation. It is a moisturiser that has a slight tint to even skin tone. It is suitable for dry or mature skin types to produce alight natural effect. Foundations Pan stick: A wax-based product used to give complete coverage and set with powder. Gives a very heavy covering. Used more often within the theatrical make-up profession on dry skin types. Prepare your client for make-up by cleansing the skin.... Prepare your client (headband towel)
Perform an eye and lip cleanse
Choose correct cleanser for skin type
Superficial cleanse of the face and neck to remove grease and dirt
A deep cleanse to ensure all traces of make-up, dirt and grease are removed from the face, leaving it clean and grease-free in preparation for further treatment
Blot the skin
Moisturise Please watch the tutor demonstration of how to apply foundation to the skin... Unit 209: Apply Make-up Please bring you full make-up kits Next lesson we will be applying foundation and concealers.Highlighting and shading. Home work task research different concealers for next week. Special occasion Natural Wedding Eyelash Extensions Over this unit we we be looking at... By Stacey Johnson
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