I need a little help, i am finding a bit hard to do the A4 assignment because there are many different type of skins that i dont know what to put in the chart, should i make a list of every single type of foundation and powder with their tones?
The thing is that ther is not many spaces to add them.
I will appriciate any help
what I did is that I write down what I will use for me and 2 other types of skin
is just for a start, my models are my sister so, we have just 3 different type of skin so I put what I will buy if I do theirs skin
Can anyone help with the 'product code' section?
I have the items and where they can be purchased as well as the price, I am just not sure of the product code.
(I'm going to feel ridiculous if this is an easy answer)
for eg, i would get revlon colourstay in both oily and combination and normal to dry skin, but i havent said what colours.
Should we just have a ton of different line items to account for everything?
There was a foundation one which covered 2 diff types of palettes i chose the one with different shades almost to those identical to what to have in your kit as you b an mix and maych the shades also.
The bigger companies such as thing that do stage makeup theatrical makeuo etc will have kits like this.
I did it that way as i covered all the basis in one section.
Open your text book 'the world of professional makeup artistry' to page 54. Your guide is here. In your charts' product column put each of the makeup items from the list (just the makeup, don't go past the the lip balm in the list.)
Also there are a few important products missing from the list and only ten sections in the column so I listed some products together like this: foundations/primers, concealers/correctors, eyeshadows/primers
Then once you have all the product types listed you need to do some research to start filling in the rest of the chart. I spent a lot of time on sephora.com searching items, a good answer example would be
duo mat powder foundation in
- -colour 199-beige rose
Also a good place to research products is youtube, watch favourites videos from professional makeup artists. I highly recommend Jaclyn Hill's favourites https://m.youtube.com/user/Jaclynhill1 and gossmakeup https://m.youtube.com/user/gossmakeupartist does really good product reviews.
Remember, you're making a chart for a beginers kit. A more advanced kit will have a huge range of colours available but for now focus on a few basic colours that you can mix to make a larger variety of colours. The purpose of this assignment I think is so to open our eyes to the wide variety of products that are available and so we can see what we will actually need to begin accumulating ourselves over time. I treated it like my real kit, I put in everything I already have and everything I intend to actually buy so I did a ton of real research and every time I go the mall I pick something up from my chart and cross it off the list. You DON'T actually have to buy anything for the assignment! So don't worry. Focus on researching palettes as much as possible, you don't have to write out each individual colour, just which palette it is (example: Makeup Geek Ultimate Palette: chevron palette,) you'll have much less to write and it won't take as long to finish your chart. Also when you start actually building your kit in real life palettes take up far less room and are all around more practical. You can get really good quality ones at kryolan, graftobian, Bobbi brown, morphe, makeup geek, MAC and from many other brands.
If you're still having trouble let me know!