KISS makeup colors are mostly black, white, red and silver with a little bit of blue and purple in there for good measure. Brands? They don't say what brands they use, but they are using clown makeup so it's almost certainly either Ben Nye, Kryolan or Mehron--the three major suppliers to the clowning community.
Are you asking about "makeup counter" brands or "drugstore" brands? If you have to go to a fancy department store, the "prestige" side of Ulta, or Sephora to get it, my very favorite is Lancome, with MAC a close second. I tend to use more MAC because it's a little less expensive. Of the brands you can get at places like Walmart and Target, I like Rimmel and L'Oreal.
This question really doesn't have an answer. There are so many brands out there that a lot of makeup artists use a variety of brands in their kit. Whatever works. For instance, my kit ranges from NYC (one of the cheapest drug store brands) to NARS (a high end artistry brand). I even have no name cosmetics in there. Whatever does the job.
if you like to do different looks alot, I suggest the Coastal scents 88 shimmer or matte pallette. Its inexpensive for 88 eyeshadows, and also, if your looking for more higher quality, I suggest M.A.C, and NYX. You can order them from online if you`d like. NYX has great colors. If you dont have money, go to drugstores.
At 10 to 11 you should NOT be wearing makeup because when you get in your 20's you wont look 20 you'll look more like 40 because makeup causes wrinkles TRUST ME I KNOW. But if your want to start wearing makeup so early then just wear barely anything and don't use dark colors use light colors. Good Luck and be careful.:)
I cannot sit and list all the companies who may use inhumane methods of testing their makeup. The more and more people take a stance against animal cruelty, the more companies are willing to change the testing. The best way to make sure the makeup you are using was not tested on animals is to look on the tag for a phrase that would say "NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS" or "NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED IN…
OK, so no matter what you do, don't go for the cheap dollar-store makeup b/c this ITCHES and it's not high quality. if you buy skin makeup, then at the very least go to target or something and check out their makeup section. Also, use lots of moisturizer... i'd recommend vaseline or something like that... just the well known brands. Hope this helps!
The word colors is a noun, a plural form for the noun color. The names of colors are also nouns, for example red, blue, yellow, etc. The names of colors are also used as adjective, words to describe a noun. Some nouns that use colors are paint, enamel, fabric, chalk, ink, dye, makeup, etc. Most physical things have a color.
To do natural makeup you would add some close to skin color eye shadow. If you want to add mascara you could use dark colors such as black or brown but clear mascara works best. You could apply some concealer. For the cheeks you could use a showdow like your skintone or the color you get when you blush.
There are only two main things that make makeup look natural the first is color: use colors in your makeup that are only one or two shades darker than your natural color The second is the amount. Don't use too much makeup Keep in mind that when you wear products such as eyeliner, it is obvious that it is not natural If you want makeup to look natural, then stick to foundation just to even…
I know where your coming from on this one; I have sensitive skin, which is a pain as I can only wear certain brands of makeup, and use certain brands and types of soap. My advise is to stop dying your hair, or try to find one or two dyes which don't spark off the allergy. There isn't really anything else you can do.
Yes, you can use paintbrushes for makeup. I wouldn't use ones with sharp bristly bits i would use a soft bristle brush. Your makeup would look like you used a proper makeup brush. So yes you can use a paintbrush to apply makeup. P.S. - I do it all the time (they are sometimes better than normal brushes and cheaper!).
Since makeup is a noun (a thing), and just like clothes you are putting it on your body, it makes sense that you would use a verb with it. You are using it as a predicate noun, so you have to have a verb to complete the predicate. Since you are talking about the stuff called makeup, you would need a verb with it. You can use it in the verb form, but that would…
Step 1. Use a large brush Step 2. Put the brush in the make up Step 3. play brush lightly on the skin Step 4. swirl brush around so makeup is even Step.5 repeat steps until face is completely covered -hope this helps! Note: Mineral makeup is by far the best makeup it is totally worth your money, i love mine the colors are so rich and beautiful!
First of all you need a mirror that's bigger than compact-size. Free-standing or wall mirrors are great. Next, you'll need some sort of table, stand, or dresser top to put your materials on when you apply makeup. Have a spare drawer or a box to put your beauty stash in. It's very important to have good lighting in your makeup 'studio.' Have a bright--but not blinding-- lamp or a large window near it so you…