LIQUID Beauty Magazine January 2020
industry Makeup Academy
06. LASH GALORE AN EXPERT GUIDE TO FINDING YOUR PERFECT LASH
ARTIST EDIT SNEEK A PEEK INSIDE ONE OF NORTH LAMTEH MOST INNOVATIVE HOME
08. ARTIST EDIT
TOP MAKEUP PICKS FROM OUR EXPERT MAKEUP INSTRUCTORS AND FAVORITE PRO ARTISTS
RETRO BEAUTY & FASHION WHATâ€™S OLD BECOMES NEW IN OUR JANUARY BEAUTY & FASHION SPREAD
sneek a peek inside one of north Lamteh most innovative home
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PRO ARTIST DAY RECAP BEHIND THE SCENES WITH AJ CRIMSON AT OUR LATEST PRO ARTIST EVENT
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LASH GALORE Ebony Miller Executive Director, Industry Makeup Academy
With current makeup trends going toward a more natural appearance, lashes have become front and center. Brows and lashes are an easy way to quickly amp up your look without the need for full coverage foundations or elaborate eyeshadow applications. Take a look at this easy guide to find the fit thatâ€™s right for you!
WHICH LASH STYLE IS BEST FOR YOU?
Natural Short on inner & outer corners. Longest in the middle.
Flare Short in the inner corner. Gradually lengthens at the end.
Crisscross Crisscrossed to add the illusion of fullness without the weight.
Best for: Any eye shape. Choose this lash for the most natural application.
Best for: Close-set, downturned or small eyes. This lash makes eyes appear wider.
Best for: Flat-set and those with lashes that grow downward.
Separated Designed with larger spaces between fibers.
Varying Lengths Several lengths between fibers.
Full Density Appears the thickest most dramatic.
Best for: Wide-set, deep-set and prominent eyes. This lash allows highlighted shadows to shine through.
Best for: Prominent eyes. This lash has a spiked appearance and look beautiful on larger more prominent eyes.
Best for: Hooded eyes. This lash makes hooded eyes appear less hooded. Use for smokey looks on all shapes.
ARTIST EDIT Renelyn Thomas Director, Industry Makeup Academy As a professional Makeup Artist, I carry a diverse mix of products to cater to any beauty need. Here are some of the favorites we used in this issue:
01. The Ben Nye Lumiere Luxe Powder is sunlight in a jar. Use it to highlight any area of the face and body. Makeup Mania, $12, makeupmania.com
Danessa Myricks Vision Cream Cover is a versatile base for any skin type. I sheer it down with facial oil for light wear or apply it directly from the tube for maximum coverage. Danessa Myrics Beauty, $28, danessamyricksbeauty.com
I keep my brushes and sponges clean with a quick spritz of the BeautyBlender Instaclean Cleansing Spray. It dries instantly and the aerosol can disperses just the right amount of product. Sephora, $16, sephora.com
A good primer is like Photoshop in a bottle. The Ordinary High-Adherence Silicone Primer creates a smooth surface to the skin and keeps makeup intact. The Ordinary, $4.90, theordinary.com
For more tips, tricks, and pro-artist techniques, be sure to follow Industry Makeup Academy on Instagram and tune in for our #TipTuesday every week!
WHEN OL PHOTGRAPHED BY CAITLIN TABILOG STYLED BY PARASOL VINTAGE MAKEUP BY IMA STUDENTS & INSTRUCTORS
VINTAGE BEAUTY & FASHION TREN BACK ON FOR INSPIRATION. IN TH STUDENTS & INSTRUCTORS TO TAK MOST ICONIC ERAS.
LD IS NEW
NDS ARE ALWAYS FUN TO LOOK HIS ISSUE, WE ENLISTED IMA KE US BACK TO SOME OF THE
MAKEUP ARTIST Helen Phan MODEL Sasha M. PHOTOGRAPHER Caitlin Tabilog STYLING Parasol Vintage
VISIONS OF THE SIXTIES COME TO MIND WITH THIS TWIGGY INSPIRED LOOK.
14 MAKEUP ARTIST Renelyn Thomas MODEL Taylor Ashley PHOTOGRAPHER Caitlin Tabilog STYLING Parasol Vintage
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A RED POWER SUIT COMMANDS ATTENTION AND A GRAPIC EYELINER IS ITS PERFECT MATCH.
BOLD COLOR IN UNAPOLOGETIC HUES SET THE SCENE FOR A NIGHT ON THE TOWN.
MAKEUP ARTIST Shelimar Garuba MODEL Taylor Torres PHOTOGRAPHER Caitlin Tabilog STYLING Parasol Vintage
F P MAKEUP ARTIST Terea Gilliard MODEL Jade Patton PHOTOGAPHER Caitlin Tabilog STYLING Parasol Vintage
WE LOVE A PINK POP ON THE LIPS TO COMPLEMENT THIS ETHEREAL WHITE GOWN AND FLORAL CROWN.
THIS PINK PROM DRESS TAKES US BACK TO BARBIEâ€™S DREAM HOUSE. SUCH A GORGEOUS SHADE PAIRS PERFECTLY WITH NEON ACCENTS ON THE EYES.
MODEL Tinsley M. PHOTOGRAPHER Caitlin Tabilog STYLING Parasol Vintage
RETTY N PINK
MAKEUP ARTIST Lauren Harris
PRO ARTIST DAY WITH AJ CRIMSON
AJ Crimson stopped by Industry Makeup Academy for a special Pro Artist Day. Students were introduced to the AJ Crimson Pro line and given an avant garde demo.
bout the artist: AJ Crimson is one of the industryâ€™s most notable artists with work in many areas of the field. In addition to AJ Crimson products being the
top choice for many celebrity clients, his work has been featured in high end magazines such as Vogue, Glamour, Marie Claire, InStyle, Harperâ€™s Bazaar and Esquire. To learn more about
AJ Crimson and his pro artist discount program, find him online IG: @ajcrimson and ajcrimson.com.
AJCrimson Artist Kit
Students were introduced to the AJ Crimson Pro line and given an avant garde demo.
Why We Love It: The AJ Crimson Artist kit is an all-natural beeswax base +Â paraben free & cruelty free palette. This multifunctional, buildable palette can be used as foundation, concealer, contour and highlight, which makes it easy for Pro Makeup Artists to travel with. The long-lasting formula is water resistant and works for all skin types when set with the Aj Crimson Universal Powders. AJ Crimson Beauty, $150, ajcrimson.com
AJC Universal Finishing Powder
Why We Love It: This tinted translucent powder is finely milled and can be used to set foundation or any product that provides coverage. The silky formula is non-cakey and provides a matte to semi-matte finish. AJ Crimson Beauty, $35, ajcrimson.com
PRODUCTS WE LOVE
LIQUID Ebony Miller Executive Director, Industry Makeup Academy Renelyn Thomas Director, Industry Makeup Academy Jasmine Mitchell Marketing/Content Editor, Industry Makeup Academy
MAKEUP ARTISTS Terea Gilliard Renelyn Thomas Helen Phan Shelimar Garuba Lauren Harris All makeup looks in this issue were created by IMA students and insructors.
PHOTOGRAPHY Caitlin Tabilog
STYLING Special thanks to Samantha Paez of Parasol Vintage for providing the iconic, vintage fashion looks for our beauty and fashion spread this issue.
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