Last lesson I did a 1920’s makeup look inspired by the famous designer Coco Chanel (who I researched thoroughly before putting makeup to face). As you will see from the pictures the eyes were very dark this was the same for the lips and eyebrows. I came to my first hurdle when I couldn’t find the correct foundation to match the skin tone of my model, so I felt very bad for her having to go to lunch with an orange face.
After finishing the makeup, I moved onto hair and accessories, I simply put the hair in a low bun with detailing down the side of the head and then curled two small bits of hair at the front. This hairstyle along with a pearl necklace and a fur scarf transformed the look completely, it is amazing what little things can do to a look.
I was very proud of the work, although a little challenging, I found aspects of it very relaxing and chilled about it. The foundation was the only problem with this look which I thought was a big deal at first but it turned out that you couldn’t really notice in the end.
Next time I will be getting my makeup done, i’m looking forward to it but unfortunately that means that it is out last lesson of makeup - which is a topic I have really enjoyed because it is so different- Thanks for reading.