PUT READY

Set out ready for use:
Towel / cape
Tissues
Cotton buds
Cotton wool pads
Water bowls

PREPARATION

Before starting, you ensure your hands and nails are well cleaned. File your nails if necessary, so that there are no snags. By doing this you prevent damages on the face and risk of infection.

Always work using clean materials (sponges, brushes, spatulas, water bowls) and change the water regularly.

Get the subject to put on any clothes beforehand that have to be put on over the head. Protect your models clothing with a hairdressing cape or a towel.

By playing with light and dark eye shadow colours you can give the eye an ideal shape. The general rule is: light brings things into prominence, dark makes them recede.
In principle, you apply a light-coloured eye shadow to the upper eyelid, a dark colour in the eye fold and a light colour to the eyebrow arch.

Apply the light colour first using the brush and touch up with a latex sponge.

The dark colours (for instance, in the fold of the upper eyelid) you apply after this.

Hint: if the eyes are deep-set, you first add a light colour eye shadow. Then apply a dark colour to the eyebrow arch - not up to the eyebrow - to make it appear to recede.

You can make an eyeliner with Grimas Eyeshadow/Rouge and a little Cleansing Lotion.
EYESHADOW/ROUGE = Eyeshadow/Rouge
CLEANSING LOTION = Cleansing Lotion
Upper eyelash edge: pull the outer corner of the eye upwards a little, get the subject to close their eyes and use a brush to place the eyeliner against the upper eyelashes and apply it from the inner corner outwards. Do not start too close to the inner corner of the eye and stop at the outer corner of the eye. If necessary, fade with a dry brush.
If you want to draw the eyeliner line further, do this while the eyes are open and do not pull the skin. Let the line run a little upwards from a quarter of the way from the end.
Hint: if the eyes are close together, you add a hint of colour on the outer sides (working outwards from the outer corner of the eye).

Hint: eyes that are set far apart, you can make appear closer together by accentuating the inner corners of the eyes.

Do not make it too dark and let the Eye Shadow/Rouge gradually become lighter in the outer and upper sections.
EYESHADOW/ROUGE = Eyeshadow/Rouge
Hint: do not use too many light, shiny colours for protruding eyes as these accentuate the eyelids, which makes the eyes appear to be protruding even more. They look more deep-set, by circling them with a dark colour.

Hint: if the eyes are totally encircled, they will look smaller. To avoid this, draw the lower line up to approximately the centre of the eye.

REMOVING THE PRODUCTS

You can remove the make-up with Grimas Cleansing Cream or Cleansing Milk. Cleanse the skin afterwards with cleansing lotion.

CLEANSING CREAM / SKINCARE CREAM = Cleansing Cream
CLEANSING MILK = Cleansing Milk
CLEANSING LOTION = Cleansing Lotion
CLEARING UP THE MATERIALS

Store the make-up in a dry and cool place until the next time you use it.

The sponges are disposable so you can throw them away after use. If you do want to reuse them, first rinse them under the tap with some soap or shampoo or wash them in the washing machine (in a net bag or pillow case), set to at least 60°C. The loose sponge tip of the Applicator should be replaced regularly, but you can also wash it with soap or shampoo a few times.

You can clean brushes with water and soap or shampoo. Put the moist hairs of the brushes back into shape by hand after washing. Dry the brushes lying flat on a towel and do not place them upright, since that causes the moisture to run down into the shaft.


PRODUCTS


EYESHADOW/ROUGE = Eyeshadow/Rouge

APPLICATORS = Applicator (Set)

LATEX SPONGES = Latex Sponges

MAKE-UP PENCIL = Make-up Pencil

CLEANSING LOTION = Cleansing Lotion

BRUSHES RED SABLE-HAIR = Brushes Red Sable-Hair

BRUSHES VISAGIE = Brushes Visagie

BRUSHES VISAGIE = Brushes Visagie

CLEANSING MILK = Cleansing Milk