Top Hollywood makeup artist Christina Rodriguez, demonstrates one of the most popular and requested looks on a set, the clean face. This programme shows how to create a flawless complexion by highlighting the face to look natural as if the person has no makeup. Christina takes you through the transition from a clean face to an old school Hollywood look, layering makeup to create a classic look for red carpets including dramatic eyes, how to apply fake lashes, how to contour the face with shadows and apply powders that will photograph under heavy lighting. Colour techniques are also shown, including a colour wheel for concealing blemishes as well as the colours that should be used on both light and dark complexions. Techniques include: foundation and concealing for a clean look, natural application of eyes, blush and lipstick for a clean face, application of glamour features (shadows, fake lashes, classic lipstick) using shadows to contour the shape of the face, colour technique for light and dark complexions. Show Less
Top Hollywood makeup artist Christina Rodriguez, teaches makeup artists and parents how to use makeup and body paints to create exciting artistic themes and colourful characters for children's theatre and parties. She demonstrates what kind of materials should be used to create colourful children's characters including colour mixing techniques (sponge and brush detailing), along with a demonstration of all the tools needed to make face painting a quick and enjoyable process for young kids. Multiple pictures of Characters and techniques are also featured for you to follow and copy. Techniques include: A demonstration of face colour and body paint, colour brushes and paint sponges, base colouring and fading, texture technique, detailing of characters and example designs for artists to follow. Show Less
Hosted by Michael Berryman. This programme breaks down several techniques that can be used to create a multitude of monsters and FX characters. Top Hollywood makeup artist Christina Rodriguez, demonstrates how to approach monster make-up and special effects including how to create a zombie look (deformation of the skin, colour technique for different layers of dead flesh, shadow contouring to create facial structure), techniques to complete monster characters (sickly eyes, rotting teeth and tongue) and a detailed demonstration of gashes with skin structure and colour modelling to create blood and scaring. Techniques include: skin preparation, colouring for different layers of dead flesh, sponge and brush colour technique, creating veiny and discoloured eyes, creating a rotting mouth and tongue (including secret formula for zombie mouthwash), sculpting skin to create cuts and gashes, moulding gashes into existing skin, blood modelling, colour technique for blood and scarring skin). Show Less
Looking for expert advice to dress your best with flattering clothing styles for all body types? Join wardrobe stylist and personal shopper Carly Gatzlaff as she takes viewers through the basics of dressing for your body type by creating a flattering, put-together look that is uniquely you. Wardrobe Planning: Dressing for Your Body Type is a compilation of video segments that cover a variety of hints and tips for both women and men to dress and look your best, including: • Shopping strategies and clothing quality • Dressing for your body type • Using colour and pattern • Accessorising your look Show Less
If you want to work in the hair and beauty industry one of the key skills you need to master is applying make up. Silk Day Spa is a full service beauty salon and day spa. It's a thriving business helping clients to look and feel fantastic. Courtney Ward is a qualified beautician there and in this programme she'll take us through the skills and knowledge of applying make-up, including how to prepare and consult with clients, skin and face analysis and how to design a make-up plan, the appropriate products and equipment, and day and evening make-up. And later on, we'll also take a look at how to apply false eyelashes. This is a fun and information-packed programme featuring expert information and clear demonstrations. Show Less
This programme shows students how cosmetics are made and how they have been used for thousands of years. It covers bases, bulking agents, colouring agents, fragrances, preservatives, emulsions, distillation and solvent extraction.