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Male Model Photo-Shoot

Shooting male model is relatively easy, clean haircut, foundation, eyebrow enhancer and lip gloss. Sometime you may need some form of bronzer or blush to add color. I started off with my photo-shoot model with a clean hair design and shave. The face was washed with a moisturizing cleanser and patted dry. A light cream moisturizer was applied. A dry foundation was used for some color on the skin and face. I used MAC Studio Fix Powder Foundation NW 30. And I applied the powder with my MAC No.135 flat brush. A MAC Prep and Prime Fix setting spray was used to set the makeup.

A one-step powder and foundation that gives skin a smooth and even ultra-matte finish with medium-to-full coverage, with a velvety texture that allows skin to breathe. M∙A∙C Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation is long-wearing, color-true, non-caking, non-streaking and non-settling – all for 12 hours. This pressed powder foundation is available in our most inclusive range of colors. After that I also applied a dark brown eye shadow to the brows and also some lip gloss and away I went with the photography. All the products I have used and fully recommend.

The hair was cut scissor over comb and styled with Bed Head CONTROL FREAK. Use Control Freak on wet or dry hair and be sleek and smooth. Control Freak is light and grease-less. It will resist humidity and buffer the hair from mechanical heat. You get a straight-up, glossy finish. Excellent product to style men’s hair and to blow dry smooth wavy hair.

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Stay-Matte Oil-Free Makeup Foundation By Clinique

Not a bad product to use for editorial photography. The product was very translucent and it gave me the ability to reapply for more coverage. So if you are using this product for home use you will like it very much. And it will give you the options on how much coverage you want. Fun to play with.

Lightweight, long-wearing foundation controls oil, leaves a matte finish. The product lasted a whole 3 hours in the early morning sunlight. I had to touch ups to do. Start in center of face and blend outward with Foundation Brush or if you are at home you can use a pad or fingertips. Be careful when using pads they will really soak up your foundation. Blend evenly for smooth, natural-looking coverage. For a seamless look, dampen your brush and blend edges, especially along jawline. And there you go. Follow up with cheek and contour powders and a spray lock so the makeup will not move.