Q:you're amazing! do you have a youtube channel?
Yes I do; www.youtube.com/smiles2310
Q:Hi! I saw your post about the color wheel and what shades make certain eye colors pop out? What colors do you recommend for brown eyes? Thanks in advanced and I love your makeup!
Us Brown eyed people are the lucky ones as we can pull off any colour unlike the other eye shades. But, Blue is the most complimentary to make Brown eyes pop! And Green also makes them stand out more so.
Q:Hi, I work for a professional face/body painting company and I couldn't help but noticing that you use paint in your designs. I'm always looking at what brands people use (I use Paradise, TAG, and Diamond FX) and I was wondering which brand(s) you use?
I use a variety, from high end brands to cheap and cheerful ones! Some of my best work has been created using cheap paints. Check out my bald cap creation: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=247382531989338&set=a.207933219267603.49790.108572329203693&type=3&theater
I used Foxes Black paint for this, cheapest face paint going!
Had a beautiful bride-to-be makeup trial yesterday. Nicola is getting Wed in October & has chose an autumnal trio-colour-combo for her eyeshadow. The bronzed Orangey Gold really brought out the Green in her eyes.
It nice when some of my clients opt for something complementary to their eye colour. Nic is a hairdresser so she’s familiar with the colour wheel.
For instance, if your eyes are Blue, you can wear Red, Red/Orange & Orange to really make your eyes pop!
Green eyes look bright when wearing Violet, Red & Orange.
Take a look at the wheel and give it ago at home.
My twin sister is getting married this August, and naturally I’m doing her makeup. So today we decided to have trial run with the eyes.. We settled on a soft smoke with black liner. It looks stunning in the flesh.
I decided to go for an almond shape with the eyeshadow as it complements my sisters natural eye shape.
Q:OMG WHAT CLASSES CAN I TAKE TO LEARN TO MAKE CREATIVE MAKEUP LIKE YOU! It's amazing 👏👍🙌🙌
There are plenty of courses that specialise in theatrical & creative makeup but to succeed in mastering techniques that create looks such as this one, you ideally need to be naturally artistic & be prepared to practice the areas that you struggle with the most.
Once you master your weaknesses, you’ll be unstoppable!