Day 1 at Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry

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Day 1 at Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry

 

First day, it is! And being in a makeup artistry school like Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry (pronounced as ma-ki-yaj of its French origin) is like going over-the-bakod from my usual graduate school duties. Of course, I wouldn’t know how the lesson will unfold to me, especially that I have no idea about makeup or whatsoever in the first place. I thought being gay would make me adept, at least, with makeup. But I found myself the otherwise.

 

Anyway, I prepared all my things going to school and my things for work. By the way, make sure that you have a model from day 1 until the last day because every day there will be an application of what you’ve learned. (Crap! I was so scared with the idea that I will be placing a makeup on someone for the very first time!)

 

First day of class. This is it. #everbelleza #everbeautiful #maquillageprofessionel

A photo posted by Ever Belleza (@makeupbyeverbelleza) on

 

 

When I entered the classroom, I was in awe with the handful of makeup surrounding us and the workstation with lights (I don’t know what you call that, really–which later on I was educated that those were called vanity mirror). Then there’s a beautiful voluptuous lady who introduced herself as Ms. Yuki. She will be our instructor for the first half of our module. I must say that she’s very nice and professional.

 

 

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Ms. Yuki with her model, Joy.

Then getting to know each other came next just like we usually do at the first day of school. We are only 4 students in the class. And I am the only rose among the thorns (pagbigyan na please). They’re very beautiful ladies, I must say. I met Cess and Erica who are both flight attendants. And there’s also Alex who’s a fashion graduate from the US.

 

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Anyway, the first day was set for getting to know the school (which I already did research on beforehand) and the basics of makeup.

 

 

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Here are the makeups that we used. Mostly are from Makeup Forever and Beyu.

It was the first time that I got to know the order of putting make up. I never knew this in my 24 years of existence as I’ve never used makeup before on myself or on anybody else. So lesson learned, not all gays are indeed innately adept when it comes to makeup.

 

Anyway, on day 1 we discussed these 3 topics:

  1. Skin tone Correction

  2. Facial Shape correction (contour/highlight using wet method)

  3. Eyebrow shapes correction

So here are the step by step ways in skin tone correction.

  1. Primer/Makeup base
    • Barrier between skin and makeup
    • Magnet of makeup
    • Makes makeup looks more natural
    • Can be classified as matte or moisturizing
  2. Correctors
    • Used to correct spots/blemishes
  3. Foundation (liquid foundation)
    • can be matte finish (for those with oily skin) or dewy finish (for dry skin and for those who would like to have a lifting effect).
    • Note: Filipinas have a yellow undertone. This might help you in looking for a foundation when you buy your own makeup set and not just be misled by sales ladies (sorry–I don’t mean anything derogatory here OK).
    • Tap instead of brushing it on the face.
    • Dab the sponge to even the foundation on the face.
    • Don’t forget the sides of the nose.
    • Corners of the lips can also be placed with foundation
  4. Concealer (skin tone)
    • Unlike correctors, you use concealer in correcting skin tone.
    • Usually used for correcting purposes (e.i. smeared mascara over the lower lash line, extra brow shadows and so on).
    • Dab using a sponge from outside for inside motion,
    • Blend well before it dries.
  5. Liquid concealer (under eye area)
    • The liquid is used since the undereye area is quite thin and isn’t able to absorb non-liquid concealer.
  6. Contour/highlight
    • Wet contouring is usually used in order to make bone structure present on your canvas.
  7. Loose powder
    • It adds a layer of foundation compared with pressed powder.
    • Dab only.
    • It serves as the “lock” of the overall makeup.
    • Brush off the excess using a powder brush.
  8. Eyebrows
    • Start with the upper hairline, next is is the lower hairline (connect it with the upper hair line), and the tail.
    • It must have a fading effect. The tail must be darkest compared with the brow near the nose line.

Tips:

    • Use contour that is 2-3 times darker than the skin tone.
    • Use highlight 2-3 times lighter than the skin tone.
    • Make sure to choose a brow color that matches the hair color of your model or the one you’re putting the makeup on.

 

 

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Contouring using wet method. Just use ample amount of cream since it has a strong color and might come off too strong and too structured.

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She is the model on our first day. Her name is Joy. Only half of her face (your left side) was applied makeup on using the three topics aforementioned.

 

For the complete photos of our day one at Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry, click here.

 

 

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Day 1 at Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry

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Joemar is the Blogger-In-Chief of BaklaPoAko.Com. He is currently a graduate student in University of the Philippines Open University. He also studied at Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry and School of Fashion and the Arts (SoFA). He is a bold advocate of education, environment and LGBT issues. An earner, dreamer and a lover. Before he was once a dream-sprouting seed. Now he's a tree in his renaissance and will always be evergreen. Hear him speak with his intelligent guide for gay news of the Philippines and worldwide, Bakla Po Ako. Confirmed!.Follow him on Twitter @belleza_joemar. Gay it forward!
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Joemar is the Blogger-In-Chief of BaklaPoAko.Com. He is currently a graduate student in University of the Philippines Open University. He also studied at Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry and School of Fashion and the Arts (SoFA). He is a bold advocate of education, environment and LGBT issues. An earner, dreamer and a lover. Before he was once a dream-sprouting seed. Now he's a tree in his renaissance and will always be evergreen. Hear him speak with his intelligent guide for gay news of the Philippines and worldwide, Bakla Po Ako. Confirmed!. Follow him on Twitter @belleza_joemar. Gay it forward!

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