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Monday, July 27, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks About Eye Makeup: Matching Your Eye Color



The trick to eye makeup is getting the right shades of shadow for your eye color. Being a Naples makeup artist I constantly get asked whether you should match your shadow to what you're wearing that day, which is a good thing to do, however when it comes to every day makeup matching your clothes is not the best tactic. The key to applying correct eye makeup is coordinating the colors with your eye color. Here is a list of colors that work well with the following eye colors:

1. Brown - Blue and Green shadows work well to make brown eyes POP! Gold can also intensify the yellow/gold tint in a brown eye
2. Blue - Shades of brown and darker grays are the best color for a blue eye. They intensify the blue/teal pigments.
3. Green - Same rules apply for green as for blue, however I would experiment with golds on a green eye as they compliment green beautifully!
4. Hazel - Lucky people with Hazel eyes can wear all different kinds of colors, depending on which shade they are trying to intensify.

The concept is simple once you get it down pat :)! This does NOT mean that you can't wear the other colors recommended for different eye colors, it only means that these colors are what make the color stand out the most. If you have any questions feel free to email me!

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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Discusses 3 Lab skin care - CELEBRITY SECRET!



As a Naples makeup artist I get asked constantly about proper skin care and what a good line is to use. There are many great skin care lines (Elemis, Osmotics, Advanced Tech). All of these skin care lines use high end ingredients but cost more than the average drug store product. Drug store products CAN WORK, however you're not going to get the same results. Some of my clients even go as far as La Prairie which is extremely expensive and is a gamble as to whether it works or not!
The line that a lot of celebrities are using now a days is called 3 lab! 3 Lab is great for all different skin types, whether you're young and having oil and acne problems, to being middle aged and older worrying about wrinkles and dry skin. Although expensive, the product really does work and I have several clients that have given great testimonials about it!
A fellow Naples makeup artist has been using it for years and she said it saved her skin! Women in their 60's and 70's use it and always tell me how they have noticed a severe reduction in the number of wrinkles! Go to any Nordstrom and sample some before actually buying it and see the results for yourself!

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks on Face Makeup for Pictures: (Weddings, Prom, Photo shoots, etc.)

There is one specific rule that is applied when it comes to photography of any kind, (unless you are going for a certain type of look) and that is STAY MATTE! I know I have mentioned this before in my prom makeup blog but I want to reiterate some tricks and tips that can make this happen! As a Naples makeup artist I get asked all the time about photography foundation and what is good to use :).

One major tip is to watch what kind of primer you apply to your skin before your foundation. Although MAC foundation primer is excellent, it has bits of glimmer in it to give your skin a nice glow which is NOT what you'd like for picture taking. In some cases shimmer can look like oil on camera.

Use a foundation like Studio Sculpt (MAC) which is specifically designed for pictures, or Cliniques Stay Matte foundation. Make sure eye shadows are also kept matte. Shimmer and frost are beautiful, but for cerain beauty shots are not what you need. Shadow is a bit more flexible however depending on what you're going for.

My last tip is to apply a bit more makeup than usual as the camera dumbs down all makeup! Clown makeup is a bit extreme but a good way to think about your application when taking pictures. If you have any questions feel free to email me! as a Naples Makeup Artist I am constantly asked about makeup and skin care and am happy to respond to help people :).

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Monday, July 20, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks About Secret Tip in New MAC line: Colour Craft


As a Naples Makeup Artist, I have to be very well versed on all of the new lines and hot new trends coming out. The reason I'm talking about this line in particular is because of how amazing the new colors and products are!

There are a ton of new glosses and lip products that go along with this line. Most of them are either lipsticks or Dazzle Glass (very sparkly) that are spins off of previous and permanent MAC lines. However there was a new product that I absolutely love in the lip glosses. Each gloss has a swirly effect and comes in five different colors.

My Absolute favorite secret weapon of this line are all of the face products. All of the skin products are great for your skin! The skin finish (that comes in all different colors so can be used as bronzer or powder) is mineralized, which lays on top of the skin instead of seeping into your pores! The colors are beautiful and each contains a little bit of shimmer to give a nice glow. These are shadows, blush, and powders/bronzers, necessities to a woman's look!

Finally, the tinted moisturizer is perhaps one of the best products from this line. Many other lines have this product, however MAC's not only moisturizes but gives great coverage! Any one can use it! there's no oil in it and it glides on beautifully. Many women who are used to wearing a lot of makeup shy away from it, but it is absolutely amazing! Try it!

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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Shows Step by Step Applying Make Up: From Skin Care to Total Look

STEP ONE: Cleanse your face with appropriate cleanser (for either dry, normal or oily skin).
STEP TWO: Apply Toner, (again for appropriate skin type).
STEP THREE: Moisturize (even oily skin types should moisturize)
STEP FOUR: If going out or have a special occasion where you want your makeup to stay on a long time, apply a foundation PRIMER (after moisturizer before foundation)

STEP FIVE: Concealer in appropriate areas
STEP SIX: Foundation, (blend with concealer) and USE BRUSH
STEP SEVEN: Bronzer and Blush of your choice, (bronzer may substitute for blush)
STEP EIGHT: Shadow (remember the three color method: light, medium and dark shadows)
STEP NINE: Liner on top and bottom or on top OR bottom... never just put on bottom as that could make your eyes look droopy and tired!
STEP TEN: Mascara on top and bottom lashes, up to three coats as needed
STEP ELEVEN: Lip Liner, lip stick and gloss or two of the three as needed for look and you're out the door!!

For details on these looks or questions on applying make up or skin care feel free to email me! As a Naples makeup artist I love answering people's questions so please don't hesitate :).

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks on Applying Makeup: Natural Look for Photos


As a Naples makeup artist, sometimes we have to do crazy fashionista looks, and other times subtle, natural looks are in order. This particular model was shooting for her website as a musician/singer, and wanted a very natural, elegant look.

EYES:

In order to create a natural look but still make it show up on camera, for shadow I used a base, and then followed with a light brown from the inner corner of the lid to half way down the lid, leaving halfway in the middle of the eye to the outer corner open.

I then took a dark brown shadow (expresso) and placed it in the crease and in the open parts of the eye (outer corner) which gave the model a subtle, brown smokey eye. The same expresso shadow was used to lightly line the bottom of the eyes.

For liner, a dark brown paint pot liner was used on the top and a pencil was blended on the bottom to make it all come together. One coat of mascara was placed on top a bottom lashes.

LIPS & CHEEKS

For the cheeks I used Blunt MAC blush (a contour) with some blush baby on the cheek bone to give it a soft highlight.

By placing some neutral liner and tan colored gloss on the lips we finished off the nice natural look.

Being a Naples makeup artist isn't easy but it is definitely fun! These kinds of looks are just as challenging as some of the more extravagant ones but with practice can be easily conquered in less than 15 minutes! If you have any questions feel free to email me!

JPB
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Monday, July 13, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks About the Perfect Eye Makeup


As a Naples makeup artist I have been asked to give the "perfect eye" for each eye shape, given the close photography done by local photographers. In this particular picture, I was asked to make the eyes look absolutely perfect given the fact that it is such a close up shot. Here are some of the techniques I used:

First I took the same basic techniques I used for the 1930's look and applied it to the model's eyes. Instead of applying a blending brush and blending everything together, I brought out the liner way past the outer corner of the eyes and then took two different pigments and aligned them along the lid.

Gold and Green pigments (sparkle) were used to bring out the green in her eyes. Also the long eye liner accentuated her almond eye shape to give a beautiful Cleopatra eye!

Eventually I took a blending brush and slightly added a white/gray highlighter under the brow bone to make the look just a TAD softer. The eyes came out beautiful and especially glimmered in the cameras.

If you have any questions on how to do this look or how to do makeup in general please feel free to email me :)!

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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks On Applying Make Up: 1930's picture look


This look is very simple and easy to do if you have the right tools and techniques. This model came to me and told me that she didn't want to look 16 but also wanted to have a 1930's look. I chose the following to give her exactly what she wanted. When she left she was extremely happy!

EYES:

For the eyes I first layed on a shadow base to give the black its true color and make sure her makeup stayed on for the whole shoot. I then took a dark black shadow and placed it all over her lid and above the crease, finishing the corners off with an even darker shadow and again giving a cat like effect. I then blended a lighter white/gray shadow from the upper crease to the brow.

For a final touch, I went in and blended the entire eye with a blender eye brush. I then took a pencil brush and went underneath the eye with the darkest shadow.

For a liner I used a MAC smolder pencil for the waterline (blended into the shadow under the eye) and above the eye line which I also blended into the shadow. The end result was a nice, clean smokey eye.

LIPS & CHEEKS:

The lips took some work to make sure that the red didn't run. I took a Russian Red lipstick from MAC and partnered it with their Brick lip pencil. The end result was a beautiful, clean red lip with perfect shape!

For the cheeks I used Blunt MAC blush for a contour and above it I used blush baby to give it some highlights. This gave her a nice oval face shape. Contouring can always change the shape of the face and manipulate it how you'd like.


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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks on how to do makeup: Photo talk


In this image I was told to give the model a subtle "rocker chick" look. I used the following techniques and makeup to do the look:

EYES:

I took a smokey black shadow and applied it in a "cat like" shape all over the lid and above the crease of the eye, blending from the crease upwards with a brow highlighter. Underneath the eye I took the same shadow with a pencil brush and lined the bottom outside of the water line. To finish off the shadow I took a pink, sparkle pigment and dusted it over the black smokey shadow with a wet, lid brush. The pink came through as almost a see through sparkle effect.

I then took a eye kohl, (basic pencil liner) in smolder (deep black) and ran it on the top eye line while smudging it to blend with the rest of the black shadow. Underneath the eye I took that same pencil and worked it into the water line, also blending with the shadow already placed on the lower eye line.

Finally I finished with half lashes on the outer corners of the eye (fake lashes cut in half) to give her a winged out cat look, and brushed over them with some black, basic mascara (top and bottom lashes).

LIPS & CHEEKS:

For the lips I added MAC's Girl About Town lipstick (a bright pink with a lot of pigment) paired with a cranapple liner. I didn't use gloss because it might have dumbed down the pigment in the lipstick.

For cheeks I took a dark contour blush with an angle brush and went over the inner cheek. On the cheekbone I used a lighter, pink shade to match the pink look and rocker theme.

As a Naples makeup artist I'm asked to do these types of looks all of the time for the eyes! If you have any questions on how to recreate this look just email me :).

JPB
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Friday, July 10, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks on How to do Makeup: Makeover - Arielle Sturtz

As a Naples Makeup artist I meet a lot of interesting and diverse people. Arielle Sturtz, a good friend and client of mine, stopped by to get her makeup done for a hot night out on the town. Arielle happened to be going to a themed party and wanted to know how to do makeup for a dramatic, eye catching look.

First I put some MAC studio sculpt foundation all over with a 189 brush after proper skin care. Arielle has oily skin so I made sure to prep it with the right products. Afterwords I went over breakouts with some concealer and followed with a bronzer, blush and mineralized finishing powder.

For the eyes I went with a soft smokey eye and some nice fake lashes. I blended the brow bone with some dazzlelight MAC eye shadow and gave her a "cat eye" effect. Subtle but still appealing. When you do lashes you don't want to go too overboard with the shadow!

After everything i brushed her lips with some gloss and then asked her to give a testimonial about how I did on her makeup:



She was so excited and left feeling beautiful and happy! That is ALWAYS my goal when I do makeup or teach anyone how to do makeup. As a Naples makeup artist I LOVE answering questions and helping women feel beautiful about themselves so feel free to email me with any questions you have on how to do makeup or skin care!

JPB
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Thursday, July 9, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Does Event for Naples Photographer, Richard Jencks

Yesterday and Today I, Jessica Perretti, a Naples makeup artist, worked on two different photo shoots for well known photographer - Richard Jencks. The looks were comprised of different riske photos mixed with high fashion and beauty looks.

The experience was definitely interesting and exciting. The biggest thing when doing a shoot is touch up and making sure that the skin looks MATTE unless otherwise noted by the photographer. Typically for high fashion I use different pigments (sold at MAC stores) and other glossy looking products on the eyes to really bring out a lot of color. For the "rocker chick" look I used MAC's "Girl about town" lip stick which gave her lips that rocker pop! Finally, on most of the models I used contouring blush and highlighter to make their face structure look flawless and even. All of the models were very pleased not only with their makeup but with the photos themselves. It was so interesting to get to watch the entire photo shoot take place.

There were many different looks done (Rocker, classic, 1930's look). The pictures will be available soon on model mayhem and I will post the link as soon as they come out :). Richard is a FANTASTIC photographer who is not only accurate and knowledgeable, but extremely creative! The shots looked amazing. I was so happy to be a part of the shoot and honored that Richard chose me to be the makeup artist.


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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks on Applying Make Up: Lashes







All of my clients constantly ask me, "show me how to put on lashes!" They have no clue where to start but always want to do them when they go out or have a special occasion. Many people don't want to hire a Naples makeup artist every time they want to put fake lashes on. Here's a few simple steps that show you exactly how to do lashes:



1. Remove the lashes from their case, slowly making sure you don't rip the lashes, and test them on your own eyes. (If too large, cut them to fit the size of your own lash line).



2. Take glue from the tube, using a tweezer if necessary, and place along the lash line of the fake lashes. (Make sure to get extra glue on the ends of the fake lashes).



3. Allow glue to dry for about 15 seconds until tacky, and grab lashes in the middle. Place on the middle of your own lash line and attach from the middle outwards.




4. Take tweezer or pointy tool and apply more glue where needed, glue should dry perfectly clear.




5. Place eye liner over top of lash line to hide any separations.






When applying make up the best tip I can give you from experience as a Naples makeup artist is to PRACTICE! Eventually you will get it down no matter how frustrating it can be to put lashes on :). If you have any questions on applying make up, lashes, or skin care just email me!






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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Talks on How to do Makeup: Prom Makeup/Tips


As a Naples makeup artist I have done a TON of proms. Normally when I ask the girls what they would like, the typical look is fake lashes, colors to match the dress for shadow and a nice, glossy lip. This is a GREAT look, however there are some prom tricks you can do to make this look and others look even better!


A lot of the girls I talk to go and get their nails done before prom, and then throw in a facial and their hair, then do their makeup. This is a huge mistake. NEVER get a facial the day of prom. The rule of facials is at least 24 hours before wearing any makeup. The esthetician has thoroughly gone in and removed all of the bacteria and inflamations from your skin, causing it to become sensitive and delicate. Makeup may look good for the time being, but can also cause harsh rashes and irritation that will be apparent by morning. Get your facial the day before!


Another great tip on how to do makeup for prom is to not only match the eye makeup to your dress, but to go along with your eye and face type. This can make girls look even better than they would have had they done the blue dress with blue eye shadow.


Mix it up and try some new things for your prom. Girls are always afraid to do any type of makeup outside of their comfort zone. EVERYONE is used to seeing the way you are, shock and awe them with a brand new look! ;). If you have any questions on how to do makeup or skin care feel free to email me, as a Naples makeup artist beauty is truly my passion and I love helping women feel beautiful on the inside and out!


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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Shows How to do Makeup : Brows


As a Naples makeup artist I constantly have to shape and pluck my clients brows. It shocks me how many women do not consider brows an important aspect of their daily routine! When clients ask me how to do makeup, I ALWAYS tell them to make sure their brows are neatly kept and to follow these three basic principles:

1. The inner start of your brows should be a nose length apart, each beginning where the inner corner of your eye ends.

2. To find the peak of where your brow should be, take a pencil and line it from the corner of your nose, through your pupil and through your brow. Wherever it is on your brow is where the peak of your brow SHOULD be.

3. Finally, take that same pencil and instead of going through the pupil, go from the corner of the nose through the outer corner of the eye up towards the brow. That's where your brow should END.

Using a stencil can be particularly useful. Anastasia Brows makes an excellent brow kit that every woman should have. Anastasia did brows in Hollywood for all of the stars for years. She decided to open her own shop that is now a national chain called Anastasia Brows. She is the absolute best and her kit should be owned by every woman! After all, what many women forget when is that brows can shape an entire face. If not done properly they can also ruin a face :(. If you have any questions on how to do makeup or basic skin care please email me! Because I am a Naples makeup artist I love answering questions and getting feedback from my clients :).

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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Shows you How to do Makeup: Clear, smooth skin


As a Naples makeup artist, I get asked constantly about skin care. What products should I use? Are the cheap ones as good as the expensive ones? How can I eliminate bacterial build up in my makeup? As I have mentioned in my previous blog on skin care and how to do makeup, there are certain products that match certain skin types. Sometimes the cheap drug store brand is the way to go, however when you buy the expensive products you get the absolute best ingredients.

If you are someone who tends to break out or is not getting the results that you want, one of the largest steps people tend to take for granted is CLEANING YOUR BRUSHES!!! I cannot stress enough how important it is to invest in some type of brush cleaner and clean your brushes every day! Bacterial build up can happen as fast as overnight, and the next day you are applying all of that build up onto your sensitive skin.

The best routine is to:

1. Clean your brushes after every use with a brush cleanser, MAC makes a good one that is just as cheap as drug stores

2. ONCE A WEEK, shampoo your brushes with moisturizing shampoo and allow to dry. Think of the brushes as the hair on your head, you wouldn't want to dry your hair out with regular bar soap would you?


It is a step that MUST be taken and simply takes less than 5 minutes. Staying hygenic can seriously improve the look and feel of skin. If you have any questions on how to do makeup or skin care, feel free to email me!


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Friday, July 3, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Tells Best Kept Secrets on Applying Make Up: Color Scheme



Many people tend to ask me what type of makeup to wear with which outfit, and in general what's the color scheme "rules" that should apply with applying make up. As a general rule, there are three types of color schemes:

  • monochromatic - This type is when you have all of the same colors with different shades. For example, bright pink lips coupled with baby pink shadow and pinky blush would be monochromatic. Even putting clothes in with the mix is a good idea. A pink shirt would add nicely to the monochromatic look.
  • complimentary - When you look on a color wheel, the colors opposite to each other are called complimentary colors. When applying makeup complimentary help to offset the other color. For example, if someone has purple bags under their eyes, a good color to offset the purple and make it look less baggy would be yellow. Often times I'll take a yellow shadow and dab it under the eyes before putting a concealer over it. For acne/pimples, green works wonderfully to offset red. Neutrogena sells a great and affordable green concealer stick :). As a Naples makeup artist I use a lot of concealers and I have to say that the green (paired with a skin-colored concealer over it) does the best job at covering problem areas.
  • triadic - Triadic is defined as three colors that form a triangle on the color wheel. For example, yellow, orange and blue-violet would be three colors that you could blend in a mix to make a great triadic pattern. Same rules apply for triadic as for monochromatic.
These three color schemes are the general rules in applying make up. Even I still carry a color wheel in my brush belt to make sure I'm giving my clients the best options. It can be one of the best investments for applying make up :). If you have any more questions on color schemes or applying make up or skin care in general you can email me or follow me on twitter! I'm always happy to answer questions :).

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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist teaches Appying Make Up: Secret Tips

As a Naples makeup artist, I have learned a few great tricks about applying make up, ALWAYS USE A PRIMER. Whether it's a foundation or eye makeup, never forget to apply primer. Primer mostly goes on after your moisturizer and before your foundation. I like to think about it as "painting your face." before you paint your house, you always put a primer on to make sure the color is true and that it does not fade. This is the same concept as putting on foundation or eye shadow.
The most important thing with foundation is making it stay the entire day. The best strategy for this is using a primer. Primers not only fill in lines and wrinkles, they also help prevent clogging, creasing and help the foundation/shadow stay much longer. Shadow primers are equally essential. As mentioned before in my applying make up blogs; they not only bring out the true colors of the shadows but they also help them stay longer and eliminate any creasing, which is a MAJOR plus!
It is SO important to use a primer before applying foundation or eye shadow. It can make or break your look. If you have any questions feel free to ask me through my email or twitter :).

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Naples Makeup Artist Shows How to do Makeup: Basic three color shadow


As a Naples makeup artist I get asked all of the time what is the best way to do your eyes when you have a little more time. I constantly get asked how to do makeup with the three color shadow method: This involves a light shadow, medium shadow and dark shadow of the same color family. As mentioned before in the cat eye demonstration, there is a basic placement for each shadow color that makes any eye slightly pop and look more ravishing.

Let's say we're using shades of brown for a basic, prime look during the day. For example, let's take a chocolate, caramel and white shadow. Follow these steps:

1. Always use a shadow primer or skin colored cream shadow first all over the eye lid and slightly above the crease before applying shadow. This not only brings out the true colors of your shadows, but it also keeps the product fresh longer and eliminates that yucky crease look!

2. Take the caramel and place on the lid. JUST on the lid.

3. Place the white shadow just under the brow and slightly above the crease. This creates a gap between the caramel shadow on your lid and the white shadow under the brow (which is where you will place the darkest shadow, chocoloate).

4. Starting from the inside corner of the crease and blending outward, place the chocolate in the crease slightly past the outer corner of the eye.

5. Blend as needed

It's as simple as that! When I am asked how to do makeup, especially eye makeup, I tell people to practice with their specific eye shape and see what looks best for them. No eye is the same and there are different ways to do every shape. If you have any other questions on how to do makeup or simply need a Naples makeup artist, feel free to email me or follow me on twitter!

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