RED CARPET INSPIRED MAKEUP LOOK
Updated: Jul 15, 2020
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REGULAR AND RED CARPET MAKEUP?
Is this actually a special type of makeup? I'd say "Yes". Nowadays there is a lot of Instagram and YouTube bloggers who distorts our attitude to makeup. All you can see is a transformation from one person to another. It's like to be ashamed of being yourself. You fell into this trap of wearing another face, and you cannot accept yourself without full face application. In this madness people forget what is the makeup for! Thanks God we have amazing examples of makeup creating for the Red Carpet. It always enhance the natural beauty and individuality. You'll never see an "instaface" on the Red Carpet. It's a big trend right now but celebrity makeup artists never use it. They value the personality of their clients so they need to preserve their beauty. That is why red carpet makeup is always flawless and natural. It's tricky because the makeup should look natural but bold enough for cameras and professional light system. Makeup artists choose the best colors for the Red carpet look that emphasize eye color and compliment a gown. They use a perfect foundation to make the skin look healthy not cakey. They spend an extra time for the skin preparation that is very important for the best result. Celebrity makeup artists work very hard to create an invisible perfection. This is my style of work exactly!
RED CARPET MAKEUP LOOK ON LYDIA WILSON
I wanted Lydia to look strong, independent, and sensual at the same time. Red lips, graphic hairstyle, glowing skin, it seems so simple but you can't take your eyes off her.
NARS Powermatte lip pigment #Don't Stop
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Photo and Makeup: Anna Kalita / www.annakalita.com
Model: Lydia Wilson / www.nealhamilagency.com