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photoshop elements vs 3 maxed out beautification
photoshop elements  vs 3 maxed out beautification
Again just a bit of pshop practise , mostly out of boredom, and it is amazing what even an old creaky version of elements can do with an applied artistic hand, but it never fails to strike me when doing this how badly the technique has been overexploited to give women unrealistic expectations of themselves. Most models look like shit up close too. We all do. This all about an unrealistic conformism to a type of beauty that simply doesn't exist, and the original model by any standard is a pretty girl and doesn't really need photoshopping. What was done here is distortion alteration to the aspect ratio to create a slightly more compact look, the original was tilted 4 degrees left for the more intimate position, the colour work was extensive, the hue of the entire picture went through at least 4 manipulation to change greens to warmer tones , highlight blues upped, shadow reds upped and midtone greens reduced, an orange gradient on soft light was added and then reduced back to avoid hypersaturation, and every blemish, pore, follicle, chickenbump, zit, scar, and stray hair was cloned away. Nobody has a face that flawless, nobody. The teeth were resaturated with white there are selective sharpens or blurs on just about every square inch, blood vessels where taken out of the eyes, hair was broadened. The cloth, the hair, the eyes and eyebrows, the lips, the gaps between the teeth were burned in. Bags and crows feet reduced by varyng densities of cloning, and a median noise reduction mask applied selectively to most areas in patches, then finished with edge gaussian blurs, and hand blur tooling to make the graduation of blur less noticeable. The liquidiser was used in expansion mode to make eyes a little wider, and in reduction mode for lip edges for a more pursed look. 20 minutes a cost of 10p in electricity. Not 500 quid of dental work, not ?2000 of collagen injections and eye lifts and skin peels, not botox, not a touch of makeup let alone the ?70's worth it would take to make someone look like this. Seriously if you try to aspire to look like a picture in a magazine your a bloody mug. Even in makeup adverts the makeup is added digitally. This girl is barely into her 20's at the most, and just look how much you can do to someone like her to make her fit a preconception of perfection. Its about sell , sell, sell. You don't need any of this shit. Maybe a little eyeliner, a touch of lippie, and a bit of foundation, beyond that, whats the bloody point? Giving people a digital make-over is fun, if only to take a sharp poke at advertising practises in the fashion and cosmetics industry, but anyone who takes this stuff seriously as the feminine ideal is a pissing idiot. Those that do are just likely to become surgery freaks and will eliminate every last factor about them thats charming and real. Usually a total loss of character is in the offing. Life brings scars, wrinkles, lines, spots, sags, stains and blemishes, its as individual as the skin of a reptile, the coat of a mammal, the scales of a fish, its the tattoos of our lifes experience. We try to hide our lifes experience as though it were a badge of dishonour or something, and for what? To please corporate bosses- the most vacuous of the pointless. Must look fresh and professional at all times eh? Hate to remind these people but i'm not a machine and in a more real world I'd rather take their damn head off than be judged by them at any level. I'm not about to allow them to exploit me because they hide behind the arm of the law and peer pressure. I can be physically policed but never a suboordinate in mind. We should tell them to get fucked more often, risk of job or not. The end is worth the means. If asked the question "Are you a corporate" , just answer "No. I am far beyond that, I aspire to keep my humanity intact." It is never good to sublimate yourself for appearances sake. Its too intrusive and they should not be asking so much, it is not their right to do so, any more than its my right to smash their faces in for taking the fucking piss and trying to manipulate the identity of myself and my generation entire. If the gloves come off, I win, plain and simple. No-one fights harder than the one who fights for freedom. Those who are not monsters have nothing to hide.Its just about saying, I am human, and this is who I am. Love me for who I am. In a way it can also truly be said, that only under those conditions will you find the right mate for you. Got to shoot your weight with honest intent. Reality too is a test of partner selection, its the inverse of excessive preening, its the pragmatism of a real life. We should all be asking ourselves what is more attractive, to be dazzled by superficial beauty, or do we lock onto that partner who sees who we are for real and will love that, who finds beauty beyond the mere masque of a painted face. Will I avoid the superficial, will I avoid convention for I am not a sh
25 things
25 things
1. I literally took this picture just a few minutes ago. 2. I'm sitting next to Cyn. 3. My favorite clothings ever are hoodies and hats. I'm wearing both right now. 4. I hate being cold. Probably why I am always wearing hoodies and hats. 5. I got into dolls because I want to make stop motion videos. 6. My favorite author is Stephen King, but I've only read about 5% of the books/stories he's written. 7. I don't watch tv. I haven't watched tv in years. If it's not on netflix, I will probably never see it. :) 8. I have one daughter, Claire, and I will never have another child ever because my pregnancy was horrible! 9. I gave up buying stuff for my dolly for 2 months in exchange for a really expensive vacuum... which I now am forced to use. Worst. Idea. Ever! 10. I'm addicted to sushi. I love it so much I learned how to make it at home. 11. I honestly have no idea how I'm going to make it to 25! 12. I got a kindle for Christmas, and despite loving to read I never use it... and I think it's mostly due to the lack of being able to fondle the corners of the page before I turn it... and the smell. 13. I love the smell of books. The kindle totally lacks that. 14. I love scary movies and funny movies. 15. I love creepy things. Except for bugs. 16. I don't drink water. Like, ever. I only drink diet mountain dew. 17. I work in a deli. 18. I have 3 tattoos. 2 are irken symbols from my favorite cartoon. 1 is 19 stars. 19. 19 is a huge part of my life and if you don't know what I'm talking about go read the Dark Tower Series by Stephen King. 20. My favorite cartoon is Invader Zim. 21. I drive a subaru outback, and the only bumper sticker I will desecrate it with says, "My other car is a Takuro Spirit" which is from a Stephen King book and I designed it myself. 22. I LOVE makeup, but didn't start wearing it until a few years ago, and I learned how to apply it by watching youtube videos. 23. I'm not as big a nerd as I'd like to be. 24. I'm Nine Inch Nails biggest fan and I suck at it. 25. I have always wanted to write a book... and despite having a really great story started and mostly written, it will probably never happen because I'm a HUGE procrastinator. hehe Okay. There. I did it! 25 things all about me. Now I tags some people and they does the same. :P

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