How to Put Scene Makeup On

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Scene makeup is applied by going heavy on the eyeliner, flaring out the edges of the eye and applying plenty of black mascara. Create a scene look with help from an experienced special effects makeup artist in this free video on stage makeup.

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Hello, my name is Keegan Hitchcock from Body Art By Keegan and we're here in Fort Lauderdale at One Model Place Studios. In this clip, I'm going to show you how to apply scene makeup.That can be taken two ways. The first way is a scene as in a scene in a play or the second way is a scene in like the Music scene someone who will be really into going to see bands and live shows like that. So, for the first type, all you will do is conceal. Do some foundation matching your model or actors skin just to cover. Make the skin nice and even. Turn towards me please. Make sure if there are any flaws or blemishes. They're covered up. Everything is blended in. So, they look nice and naturally pretty. We got our power brush or using a translucent power. We're dipping it in. Shake off any excess so it doesn't fall onto your model. I'm just going to lightly brush all the power on there. Soak up the wetness. So, now we're going to focus on scene makeup as in music scene. You can kind of go any where with this one. We're going to do some heavy liner, little bit of color, little bit of cheeks and some lips. So, first close your eyes please. We're going to line her eyes with a dark black. We're going to go all the way around with this one even into the corners. We're going to make it thick because we're going to smug it a bit. She doesn't have to look perfect. This is more about intensity and standing out than being perfect. Turn your face towards me please. So, once we do the top, we're going to do the bottom part as well and do all the way around both eyes. Eye shadow brush, close your eyes please going to smug. Get rid of that messy look. She at a rock show. She's not worried about any thing. We're going to go with a pinkish reddish color for her. Our model likes red so we're going to do that. Close your eyes again and turn that way. Look up a little bit perfect. So, we're just going to go up half way up the lid just kind of blend our color in there. Go right over the black. It's going to stick a little bit more on the black if you do that. Again, this is a wild crazy not too many rules but still giving that the whole look. So her eyes are done. We're just going to finish them off with a little mascara. So, I'm going to pull a little bit with my thumb on her lashes there just so I can reach them better alright, lots of black, black mascara on there. Okay, now we're going to move on to her lips. We are not going to line them this time because she is just a regular. She's a scene girl. She's not too concern about that. So, we're going to go with a dark kind of purplish color here. Now, we're going to go all the way across. So, before we completely finish, we're going to make her look like she's got a piercing. Easy way to do that is a stick on rhinestone very popular these days. It's a piercing called the Monroe because of Marilyn Monroe beauty mark so it's going to go right here. Let's just tap that on and this is our scene girl. I'm Keegan Hitchcock. Thank you very much for watching.


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