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About Faces Day Spa & Salon - Towson
(410) 828-8666
894 Kenilworth Drive
Towson, MD

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Spa on the Avenue
(410) 931-1130
8165 - East Honeygo Boulevard
Nottingham, MD

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Empire Beauty School - Glen Burnie-Baltimore
6320 Ritchie Highway
Glen Burnie, MD
 
Love Hot Wax
(443) 725-4870
11550 Philadelphia Road
White Marsh, MD
Services
Bridal Services, Manicures, Pedicures, Facials, Massage, Body Treatments, Hair Removal, Make Up, Brow / Lash Tinting, Make Up Application

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A Second Glance Salon
(410) 549-3600
6328 Sykesville Rd
Sykesville, MD

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Regency Beauty Institute - Baltimore
8660 Pulaski Highway
Baltimore, MD
 
About Faces Day Spa & Salon - Timonium
(410) 560-6600
110 West Timonium Rd.
Timonium, MD

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Apsara Day Spa
(410) 744-4600
6400 Baltimore National Pike
Cantonsville, MD
Services
Haircut / Style, Manicures, Hair Color, Pedicures, Highlights / Lowlights, Facials, Color Correction, Microdermabrasion, Permanents, Massage, Body Waves, Body Wraps, Wave Relaxers, Body Treatments, Permanent Straightening, Spa Packages, Up – do's, Hair Removal, Special Occasions, Make Up, Bridal Services, Brow / Lash Tinting, Hair Extensions, Make Up Application

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Cavallaro & Company
(410) 730-7229
10300 Little Patuxent Parkway
Columbia, MD
Services
Haircut / Style, Hair Color, Highlights / Lowlights, Color Correction, Permanents, Up – do's, Special Occasions, Bridal Services

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Dalanda African Hair Braiding
(410) 225-3745
2273 Reisterstown Rd
Baltimore, MD

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15 MAC Eyeshadows to Start Your Collection

If you are anything like me when I first started purchasing MAC, you are probably overwhelmed by the 165+ eyeshadows that MAC currently offers. If you are just starting your makeup collection, you may be wondering where to begin. There is a wide spectrum of colors and finishes to choose from. I tried to provide not only a variety of colors, but of textures as well.

This list will provide a well-rounded start to your soon to be makeup addiction!


1. Vanilla
( eBay )
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Shade Description: Soft pale peachy-ivory flecked with shimmer
Finish: Velvet

2. Carbon ( eBay )
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Shade Description: Intense black
Finish: Matte

3. Goldmine ( eBay )
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Shade Description: Intense gold with shimmer
Finish: Frost

4. Satin Taupe ( eBay )
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Shade Description: Taupe brown with silvery bronze shimmer
Finish: Frost

5. Espresso ( eBay )
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Shade Description: Muted golden brown
Finish: Matte

6. Sumptuous Olive ( eBay )
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Shade Description: A subdued khaki with metallic coat
Finish: Veluxe Pearl

7. Flashtrack ( eBay )
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Shade Description: Bright midnight blue with silver reflects
Finish: Veluxe Pearl

8. Satellite Dreams ( eBay )
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Shade Description: Deep dirty plum with violet/blue reflects
Finish: Veluxe Pearl

9. Cork ( eBay )
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Shade Description: Muted golden brown
Finish: Satin

10. Expensive Pink ( eBay )
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Shade Description: Pink with gold duochrome
Finish: Veluxe Pearl

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How to Become a Makeup Artist – Part 1

Here is part one of the Makeup Artist Series: Getting Started

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Marlena’s 3 P’s to Getting Started as a Makeup Artist

Practice
  • This is your most important preparation as makeup artistry is a skill to be improved on. Going to school will not bring you a better job- your skills and determination will.
  • You need to practice on tons of different people- various face shapes, eye shapes, skin colors, eye colors, and ages.
  • Make sure to photograph all of your looks as this will show you later on where you need to improve AND how your makeup translates to pictures. Makeup in real life looks very different from makeup in pictures- it tends to get washed out and not be as vibrant.
  • You do not need an expensive pile of makeup, but you do need to invest in a variety of brushes and use makeup primers. Using different brushes especially for the eyes will give you different looks based on how you use them. (See my brush video if you need more information)
  • Ask other makeup artists, friends, and family members what they think of your work- tell them to be honest, as genuine criticism is how we improve! (It hurts, I know, but it makes us better ;) )
  • Sign up to be a makeup assistant- this will be some of your best education as it is practical. You can sign up on www.makeupmentors.com
Portfolio
  • You can have 2 types of portfolios- a print one and an online one. An online one is better (in my opinion), as it reaches more people and can be viewed at any time.
  • If you do a printed portfolio, standard sizes of your pictures should be 9×12 or 11×14. Put these pictures in a professional looking leather binder with plastic sleeves in them. This will be a somewhat pricey project, but worth it if you plan on taking it with you to meet with potential clients.
  • For online portfolios, you can purchase your own domain name and use wordpress to post your pictures. You could hire a local web designer or even a college student taking web design to help you put your site together. There is nothing wrong with using a blog template either as long as it looks professional. DO NOT use myspace or facebook to host your portfolio- it looks unprofessional!
  • Hire a professional photographer to take pictures of your work- no, do not have your neighbor Billy Bob do it. You do not want to spend so much time, money, and effort putting together a great look just to get an average looking picture. Find 2 or 3 local models of various types to work with you for a day and do various styles of makeup on them. Then have your photographer take various shots of each model- make sure to get some headshots also.
  • Your portfolio needs to consist of various styles: clean makeup (simple but flawless), editorial makeup, avant garde (experimental makeup), and beauty makeup. Do not put bridal makeup in your portfolio- have a separate portfolio of your bridal work if you plan on going this route for your career.
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MAC Tutorial: Colorful Arabic Inspired

Face:

  • Shiseido Dual Balancing Foundation ( eBay )
  • Makeup Forever High Definition Powder ( Sephora )
  • Emote blush ( eBay )
  • Pleasantry blush ( eBay )
  • Cream Color Base in “Pearl” ( eBay )

Eyes:

  • Painterly Paintpot ( eBay )
  • Blackground Paintpot ( eBay )
  • Golden Olive Pigment ( Store )
  • Contrast e/s ( eBay )
  • Flashtrack e/s ( eBay )
  • Goldmine e/s ( eBay )
  • Fuchsia Pigment ( Store )
  • Nylon e/s ( eBay )
  • Bourjois Eyeliner in Black ( Ulta )
  • Bourjois Clubbing Mascara ( Ulta)

Lips:

  • Fleshpot Lipstick ( eBay )
  • NYX Lipliner in “Natural” ( Store )

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