How Should I Do My Hair and Makeup When Going To A Casting or Go-See?
[headline style=”1″ align=”left” headline_tag=”h2″]So What Is The Modeling Industry Natural Make Up Look?
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Let’s discuss some examples of what natural makeup would consist of. All you need is concealer to cover up any blemishes or uneven skin tones, a light coat of mascara to define your eyes on camera, and chap stick or a neutral tone lip gloss. For those who need a little more coverage, a BB cream like this one from IT Cosmetics. would be something to have on hand. Remember, natural is in trend in this industry and it’s best to apply just enough to highlight key areas of the face.
What Should I Do With My Hair?
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If your hair is naturally curly, go to your casting with your curls. Make sure to touch up a few curls, and any frizz, to give you a more polished look. For those who have straight hair, run the straighter through a few times to get rid of any loose hairs. Avoid heavy products such as gels and hairsprays. If you have thick heavy hair and need a little product to hold your hair in place, it’s best to go with the bare minimum or a light hold hair spray like this one from Bumble and Bumble. Take a pony tail holder with you in case they want to see you with your hair pulled back.