February 20, 2014

My "Go To" Everyday Makeup


Hey there! So, this is my "Go To" everyday makeup look. While I do like to mix things up sometimes, this is how I wear my makeup to a lot of my auditions. Especially my commercial and commercial print castings. 



The look is polished, fresh, and simple. Check out the YouTube video below if you want to see exactly how I achieve this look!





PRODUCTS USED:

BECCA Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector
BECCA Eye Priming Perfector - Tinted
MAC Brown Pencil - Spiked
MAC Paint Pot - Groundwork
MAC Pro Longwear Eyeshadow - Uninterrupted
Covergirl Queen Collection Bronzer - Ebony Bronze
L'Oreal Infallible Gel Eyeliner - Blackest Black
NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer - Amande
NYX Waterproof Concealer Stick - Nutmeg
Ben Nye Powder - Banana and Topaz (Mixed Together)
Hourglass Ambient Light Powder - Radiant
Wet n Wild Coloricon Blush - Mellow Wine
L'Oreal Lash Out Butterfly Mascara - Blackest Black
BECCA Ultimate Color Gloss - Autumn Punch


8 comments:

  1. HEy you said you went to T Schribeer, I wanna go there. I read you hve to be interviewed first. Cn you tell me what the interview process is like?
    What they ask etc

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    1. I don't remember what they asked me in the interview, but I was probably pretty standard.

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  2. I love your make up!!!
    Question, I always admired how you stay booking. I was wondering, when you go in for those costar guestar auditions, Do they get at you about not having college training in your acting? Cause Im gonna be taking classes and not college and it worries me sometimes.

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    1. Thanks!

      I actually do have college training but CD's rarely comment on my training. You don't have anything to worry about as long as you study with a good, reputable teacher/studio.

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  3. That makes me feel a lot better! I always hearing they want NYU and Columbia alumni etc. Feels relief.
    So howsyour pilot season?

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    1. Well, studying at a top tier school is a major advantage when it comes to getting noticed or taken more seriously, but it's not anything I would stress myself over if I had no intention of going there.

      Thanks for asking. This season has been pretty slow so far. I've had a handful of decent auditions and thats it. :/

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  4. Cool! Hope things pick up for you cause youre so talented! Do seminars work for you btw? Can you do a post on getting under their radar and what worked for you etc.

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    1. Thank you so much! I don't believe in workshops/seminars so I can't give advice regarding them. But I can certainly post tips on getting on a CDs radar!

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