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How Do You Clean Makeup Brushes


how do you clean makeup brushes
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    makeup
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
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how do you clean makeup brushes - Clarisonic Pro
Clarisonic Pro Sonic Skin Cleansing for Face and Body - White
Clarisonic Pro Sonic Skin Cleansing for Face and Body - White
Clarisonic Pro Sonic Cleansing System is a professional-caliber brush that uses gentle sonic micro-message action to helps keep your skin looking young, vibrant and healthy. Clarisonic gently removes embedded dirt and oil, resulting in healthier, more beautiful skin. 6x more makeup removal. Remarkably gentle for cleansing all skin types, including sensitive skin conditions such as rosacea and acne. It cleanses so well, that products absorb better, pores appear smaller, fine lines and wrinkles appear reduced and your skin tone and texture improves. The Clarisonic Body Brush Head gently care the areas of the body needing extra attention including the decollette, hands, arms, elbow and feet.

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Diptych
Diptych
I really needed a diptych (my “tower of onion rings” and then “empty tower of onion rings” photos were not as interesting as I had hoped) and since many people have requested that I divulge my “Doll” photo secret I had this idea. Although I have learned over the years that divulging secrets always ends up hurting me (the people I teach always end up being much better, they get way ahead of me and leave me in the dust, and then forget about me) I’ll tell you anyway because I LOVE to teach. At least I’ll always be remembered wherever zebras are found, right? Anyway, I got this method from a book and then I thoroughly over-did it. :-D
Book: “The Photoshop CS2 Book for digital photographers” by Scott Kelby. I love it.

Ewa’s Secret Method on how to convert Photo 1 into Photo 2 all in Photoshop:
Step 1: Lots of makeup, fake eyelashes, a wig, and a cute model.
2: Crop and rotate until satisfied.
3: Filter; Sharpen; Unsharp Mask: Amount: 100%, Radius: 1 pixel, Threshold: 0.
4. Use the magic wand tool to roughly select out all the skin. Doesn’t have to be perfect.
5. Ctrl-J to put it in a new layer.
6. In the new layer: Filter; Blur; Gaussian Blur: Radius: umm, about 15 pixels I guess.
7. In the “history palette” that’s always in the way, hit the little box to the left of where it says “Gaussian blur.” This activates the “History Brush.”
8. Then click the action above it (should be “Layer Via Copy”) to get rid of the blurry face.
9. Now you’re ready to doll it up! Pick the History Brush out of your tool, pick a good size you like (I pick one that’s as big as my eye). Make sure the setting is “normal” and the opacity is like “60%” or less if you want less doll-iness (I don’t know why you would!)
10. Now paint over the skin (in layer 1, not your original layer) carefully not smudging the lips and hair – which shouldn’t happen too much since you selected out the skin. Another reason I had you select out the skin is that the Gaussian blur makes the lips and eyelashes bleed color everywhere and that never looks right.
11. Anyways… I like to lower the opacity when going over the nostrils and the eyebrows to keep the details.
12. Now most of you will run off and have fun with this new tool, but there’s still a lot more work to be done!!
13. Flatten Image, do the Gaussian blur trick again on the original image, but this time use a very very small History Brush and correct all the little pieces you missed last time, especially around the eye and nose.
14. Now around the lips and eyes I like to pick the “Blur” tool (under the “Smudge” tool – 60% opacity) and blur out any last remaining wrinkles, shiny spots, and whatnot. Dolls ain’t got that!
15. Now I use the “Magnetic Lasso Tool” to select out my eyes (only the iris and pupil) – Hit shift while you do it to select both.
16. Select; Feather; 5 Pixels
17. Ctrl-J to put in a new layer. Leave this layer alone until later. I always like to work on the eyes separately.
18. Ctrl-M to open up the Curves menu. Have fun. I always pull bottom further down and the top further up to increase the contrast.
19. Now I always have a gross yellow cast on my photos (fake lighting) so messing with colors is crucial. And fun. Ctrl-B to open up the Color Balance menu.
20. Mess with the colors. For this shot:
Shadows: -18, +5, +27 (blue shadow is by far my favorite thing to do – Gothify!! Weeee!!)
Midtones: -20, +8, +32
Highlights: -14, -4, +16
21. Make the cheeks pink by picking out a red color with the eyedropper then choosing the Paintbrush tool. Under brush, pick hardness 0%, then under Mode, pick “Color,” Opacity 10%, and hit the Airbrush icon. Add some rosy cheeks!
22. Now for the eyelashes, note that one of them is sort of crooked so I like to color in the area around the eye more black with a small, black paintbrush to hide that flaw in my eyelash-putting-on-skills.
23. Notice that my eyes are all red and bloodshot from studying. You gotta clean that up! Select out the sclera (the white part) of the eye. Ctrl-J to make new layer.
24. Ctrl-U to hit up the Saturation Menu (one of my faves) and desaturate the eye and then brighten it until it looks perfect. You can smudge it a little too for those pesky thick capillaries. Visine works too.
25. Now my favorite, favorite step. Click on that layer with the eyes from before and hit Ctrl-M.
26. Image; Adjustments; Brightness/Contrast: Brightness -15, Contrast +30.
27. Hit Ctrl-B again for the colors. Ramp up that Green!
Shadows: 0, +16, +23
Midtones: 0, +12, +14
Highlights: 0, +18, +10
28. I also got rid of the glare from the window by copying a part of the left side of the eye, then pasting it on the right and rotating it until it fits. I love the new photoshop! Then FLATTEN!
29. Ok, second to last step: Ctrl-U again to ramp up the Saturation. I like to increase all the colors except red to like 20. Increased red saturation always makes the skin look bad.
30. Last step: realize this photo sucks: s
The Simple Life
The Simple Life
........................................ The Simple Life? A "road trip" for the Amish means more than taking a quick shower, racing to the dryer to pull out freshly cleaned clothes to wear and patting on some makeup before turning out the lights on your way out and turning the key to the engine - stopping briefly on your way out of town to gas up the car. The horse has to be fed, watered, kept in shape, hooves shod, well trained and well behaved. Then you also have to do upkeep on the carriage and make sure any rotting or drying leather is repaired or replaced. Then you have to take the time to brush the horse to get off any loose dirt that can rub a sore into its withers or elsewhere when it is tacked up. You also have to know how the tack goes on and get it on securely but not too tight. Your children are finally all fed and cleaned up and dressed - we won't even go into how long that took without electric or modern conveniences... just picture the clotheslines dotting the Amish country with handwashed clothes swaying in the breeze. You too, are finally ready to go, with your nice dress and bonnet. That horse has to be kept steady when there is a semi truck riding too close behind or barreling down the road toward it head on. After all, you have precious cargo in that carriage... and no seat belts. No adjustable seats for you. No shocks to absorb the pavement - for you, your family or the horse. How long does it take to drive into town when you average 5-8 mph? Try it sometime. They were at least 15 miles from the nearest small town in the direction they were headed. 2-1/2 hours in to town to do their business and pick up supplies and then 2-1/2 hours drive back home. Can you imagine how many times you might hear, "Are we there yet?" They can't lock up the carriage when they are in town so they carry their purchases from store to store. Their horse is expected to stand patiently, while flies pester it. Then expected to get them safely back home. No cell phone to call anyone for help should they lose a wheel or the horse go lame. No, they don't just pull a car into the garage and forget it when they get home. They carefully remove the tack, brush out the horse and make sure it has plenty of hand raked hay and water for the night.... all before sitting down at their own supper. And yet, it is a simpler life. Where you know what goes into cleaning your clothes, into the foods that you eat, how things work and how to appreciate what God gave you. If you have a trip planned to Amish country, make sure you get up early one morning and go for a walk. When you hear the clop clop clop of the horse's hooves hitting the pavement, I hope it makes you think about the lives of the people and animals who live that way and I hope you appreciate all they have to offer. There's nothing quite as rewarding as being among them and feeling that peace.

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