Here’s a behind-the-scenes sort of shots from last weekend’s mini-project. Moral lesson: put some make-up on especially when on make-up gigs!!!
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As a make-up artist, I always try my best to find ways to keep myself updated to what’s lastest and current. Last August I enrolled myself to the professional airbrush class of HD Make-up Academy & Studio. It’s the same school where I got my first introduction to professional make-up and hairstyling. It’s an upgrade for myself and it was rewarding and empowing by the end of the course.
Though I missed the first day of class due to some conflict in schedule, I was so happy to make it to Day 2 and see my mentors again. I also felt so welcomed by my batchmates. They were so amazing. Day 2 was like “sabak agad” for me since I had to catch-up with what was discussed the previous day at the same time do actual airbrush make-up to my models for my portfolio photoshoot. I struggled a bit at first since I didn’t have any idea if my strokes were correct or not. It was different now that I am holding an airbrush gun instead of make-up brushes and sponge. Yes I had a few comments from both my mentors like how I have weakend in terms of brows shape, contouring, false eyelashes… beyond those, it meant a lot to hear encouraging words from them. I was guided all the way as I was catching up and it was refreshing to know the why’s and why-not’s, the should’s and should-not’s, and the musts and must-nots.
By the end of the course I was able to produce decent photos for my portfolio, but honestly need to do more practice 🙂 And always, always, we end up with a fun-filled graduation day. It was both harder and easier than I though airbrush make-up would be :). WORTH EVERY CENTAVO.
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