Tag: makeup pro

Work, Work, Live.

Had the pleasure of doing makeup for some very easy canvases. Lucky me.

Recent work on some beautiful people:

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Model: Jace Williams

Photo Credit: Antoine Davis Photography

Makeup by Rochelle Delossantos

Products used: Matte Artist Eye Shadows from Make Up Forever & Cargo Cosmetics, Chantecaille Future Skin Foundation, Koh Gen Do Moisture Concealer, Inglot AMC eyeliner Gel #77 & #90 , Make Up Forever Camouflage palette/ Cover FX matte bronzer on Contour, Nars Copacabana liquid highlighter, Graftobian Pro Setting powder, Dior addict lip.

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Engagement Photo Shoot with Melissa

“No makeup-makeup”

Makeup by Rochelle Delossantos

Products used: Stila Color Balm Lipstick, Becca Cosmetics Ever Matte Poreless Priming Perfector, Chantecaille Future Skin Foundation & Joy Blush, Inglot AMC Gel Liner #77, Makeup Forever 30/30 Artist Palette, Kiss Beauty Trio Individual Lashes, Anastasia Dip Brow Pomade, Eyeko Brow Gel.

Makeup by Rochelle Delossantos

Model: Alex Michelle Rubi

Makeup by Rochelle Delossantos

Photo Taken in Natural lighting

Products used: Cover FX Total Cover Cream Foundation & Matte Bronzer, Make Up Forever Artist Shadows & Camouflage palette to contour, It Cosmetics Brow Power pencil, Inglot AMC Eyeliner Gel, Nars Orgasm blush, Mac Lip Liner, Custom stacked Eyelure and Kiss Beauty eyelashes.

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Model Lisa Duffy

Hair & Makeup by Rochelle Delossantos

*wish I took this in better lighting – wanted to show the braid detail in the back mirror.

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Model Lisa Duffy

Makeup & Hair by Rochelle Delossantos

Products used: eSalon Treatment Oil & Unite Conditioning Mist in hair, Cover FX Total Cover Cream Foundation, Make Up Forever Artist shadows & Camouflage Palette to contour, Chantecaille Blush, Dior lips, Inglot AMC Eyeliner Gel #77, Custom stacked Kiss Beauty and Eyelure eyelashes.

Learning how to be a Makeup Mixologist

The craft of makeup may seem as simple as applying a swatch of color on the lips but those passionate about perfecting artistry including Beautyblender Creator and seasoned celebrity makeup artist Rea Ann Silva know there is far more detail than what meets the naked eye.

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Revolutionizing the idea of airbrushed makeup that looked flawless during the age of HD cameras- Rea Ann used her knowledge and innovative thinking to develop the now iconic Beautyblender sponge. Since then, many brands have tried to duplicate her genius product but without comparison to the streamlined signature versatility of the Original Beautyblender! It was my pleasure to attend a launch party for the newest addition to the Beautyblender family, sur.facepro Tuesday night @ Planet Dailies Mixology 101 in Los Angeles.

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My first impression? The sur.facepro provides a quick, hygienic & modern approach to makeup matching and mixing that is user friendly for both makeup pros and makeup addicts. I predict this will become the newest beauty tool obsession!

At the cocktail party, I ran into some beauties including the one and only gorgeous Rea Ann Silva, Z Palette Creator Zena Shteysel who also is Makeup Department Head of Dancing With the Stars, The Beautyblender Pro Team and talented young artist Brett Brette Sims who sketched a gorgeous portrait of me of course holding an Original Beautyblender.

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With Beautyblender Creator Rea Ann Silva (Bummed about this weird lighting situation!)

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The Beautiful Zena, Creator of the Zpalette.

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Me getting touched up with the Beautyblender Pro Team.

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With artist Brette Sims who designed this incredible portrait!

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This fun event brought music, makeup and playful smiles with a mixology class showcasing the cocktail of the night – a sur.face pro.tini. I am excited to play with my new Beautyblender tools and will do a full review on Examiner.com once I give the sur.facepro a proper test run. Discover the complete range of Beautyblender at Sephora.

Review: Bobbi Brown Tinted Eye Brightener

Recently, I picked up the new Bobbi Brown Tinted Eye Brightener from Sephora during the VIB 15% off sale a couple weeks ago.

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Any Makeup artist knows that the original Bobbi Brown Color Correctors are one of the most sought after product selections for camouflaging dark circles. While the Color Correctors come in a huge spectrum of pink and peach based shades for all skin tones, the cream texture packaged in either a mini compact or for makeup pros in the BBU palette, is a heavier more opaque formula that naturally has a dry texture.

Though I love the original Bobbi Brown Color Corrector, during this season, I find it looks to over done for the fresh day look I prefer. When I saw that the Tinted Eye Brightener was a liquid version of the creamy Color Correctors, I knew I had to try it out. The range of colors is much smaller in the Tinted Eye Brightener family but the shades are flexible and the fluid texture makes it so appropriate for a more invisible, second skin, easy makeup look. The doe foot applicator also makes it idea for on the go makeup application especially for spring/summer vacation makeup bags.

After using the product for almost two weeks, I would absolutely recommend this as an alternative to full coverage concealers more suited for the fall/winter matte skin look. Bobbi Brown is a master at complexion perfecting products and I’m so happy she released this product!

The Bobbi Brown Tinted Eye Brightener retails for $30 and is available in 7 shades from Porcelain Peach to Dark Bisque, my shade is ‘Peach.’