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Give makeup bag a makeover07/23/13 ,via Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Amy Dray, owner of Blush Me, has built up quite the wedding and special occasions clientele since she started in 2009. Training with MAC Cosmetics and TEMPTU Airbrush, Dray offers professional airbrushing and makeup application for $50 or less for
Face framing: Eyebrow threading, lash extensions accentuate features07/20/13 ,via In-Forum
Makeup artist Trista Jetvig Chapman works on Alaina Brown's eyelashes on July 11 at her Blushed Airbrush Makeup and Tanning studio in Moorhead. Logan Werlinger / The Forum. Eyebrow threading. image. Licensed medical esthetician Bria Bork does
Claire Danes Might Be Missing A Leg In Her Vogue Spread (PHOTOS, POLL)07/16/13 ,via Huffington Post
<em>Grazia</em> airbrushed one of <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/11/megan-fox-tattoo-airbrush_n_1417917.html" target="_hplink">Megan Fox's tattoos</a> off her April cover. The tattoo that vanished? . Some were shocked at Kate
Tips Every Bride Should Know When Applying Her Own Makeup07/12/13 ,via Huffington Post
Now that you have the perfect canvas, the makeup will look flawless and last longer on your wedding day. Prime your skin. Now that you're ready to apply that flawless makeup, I always recommend going the airbrush makeup route for brides. It is
The Laurel Room - A Beautiful and Spacious Bridal Suite in Houston ...
I typically don't endorse specific products or services from my blog, but I was recently invited to visit the Laurel Room at the Sheraton Brookhollow Hotel here in Houston and I was really impressed. The Laurel Room is a bridal suite designed to give the bride, her bridal party and her family, a place to gather get dressed and made up for the wedding day festivities.
Since I just wrote a blog about how important the bridal room is to wedding day makeup (please click here to read that blog post), I felt it would be appropriate to feature this unique suite on my blog, as the Laurel Room can be a great supplemental gathering place before the bride can enter her selected wedding venue. The Sheraton Brookhollow Hotel is centrally located in Houston at 610 & 290, so it is close to many local Houston wedding venues .
The first thing that impressed me when we walked into the Laurel Room, was the vast amount of space in the suite. It appears that several suites were combined to create a large and beautiful space for brides and their entourage. The suite has upholstered furniture, tables and chairs, as well as a large counter and wall of mirrors for beauty applications.
As a makeup artist , I loved the space for designated beauty preparations. I was also thrilled to see that there were lots of windows that would allow a good amount of natural light into the room. It is a beautiful and elegant space for socializing, photography and memory making.
The Laurel Room also has a bar area for food and beverages and an attendant for the suite is included in the rental fee. I really thought this was an exceptional touch, as brides, and their party, always are happy to have a cold beverage near by and food space competes with space for gifts and bags of shoes and other accessories.
The Laurel Room can be rented for a few hours or all day. If you would like more information about the Laurel Room, please be sure to call Brandi English, the Wedding and Event Specialist at the Sheraton Brookhollow Hotel at 713-613-0674. You may also send her an email inquiry at [email protected]
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Give makeup bag a makeover07/22/13 ,via Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
When I bought my new makeup bag, I promised myself I wouldn’t litter it with near-empty mascara tubes and bottles of foundation that matched seamlessly until I actually applied it to my face. Unfortunately, every morning I still find myself di ...
SALINE: New business to offer safe alternative to tanning beds07/21/13 ,via Heritage
Howard says she was partially motivated to start the business after she discovered a spot on her face after using a tanning bed for several years. The spot turned out to be nothing but it caused her to do research on skin cancer. “We really ...
How is airbrush makeup usually applied? Is it used in conjunction with regular liquid foundation?
I am having airbrush make up done for my wedding since I have heard how wonderful it is. However, when I went for my trial, the girl applied layers of regular liquid foundation with a foundation brush before and after applying a layer of airbrush makeup. Is this normal? I was under the impression that airbrush makeup was used alone. It seems to me that it would defeat the purpose if regular foundation was used as well. I just want to make sure I am getting what I paid for. Thank you!
Hi Heidi! It's difficult to say, but it sounds like what she may have been doing is concealing and covering up imperfections before airbrushing. Usually when that's done it is for spot concealing. For instance, under your eyes for discoloration such as dark circles or maybe for spot concealing scars. So the process goes: apply a makeup primer (clear), spot conceal with a brush (usually with a concealer product), airbrush the face and possibly the neck and shoulders. For weddings, as you know, the makeup used with the airbrush is essentially water resistant and made to last all day. The big question in my mind is why she used the foundation afterward? Did the airbrushing leave streaks? Was the color matching off? Was the primer applied beforehand working for you and did it smooth out your pores? All those things can be potential problems. The ideal wedding makeup should be as minimal as possible, look natural and last all day and be sweat and weather resistant. Obviously that's nearly impossible, but you want to get as close as you can. There's also another consideration: Was the makeup primarily for photographs or was it for the event itself. With photographs the artist may have been looking to cover all imperfections beforehand. For the wedding the makeup can be applied with a lighter hand. If possible have another artist apply the makeup so you can compare their techniques. The other question to ask yourself is "Did the makeup last all day?" If it looks wonderful and lasts all day, it might just be her technique. It may be that she applies the layers so lightly that it gives the effect she's looking for. Each makeup artist is different and layering makeup works wonderfully if it's done correctly. The other thing to take into consideration is that the same liquid foundation that is used in the airbrush can often be applied with a foundation brush or sponge, too. Was she using the same color and just touching up? I know these are a lot of questions to ask, but the real question is "Did you like the look?" Hope this helps, Shy http://www.makeupnotebook.com