Egyptian Goddess Make-Up

Hy girs,

Astazi vreau sa va povestesc despre experienta mea la examenul final  al cursului de make-up pe care l-am absolvit asta vara.

Am ales sa fac cursul de make-up – modulul avansati –  la Diana Ionescu – pentru ca ii apreciez talentul, munca si este o profesionista desavarsita.

Pentru acesta, Diana, ne-a spus sa ne facem un moodboard cu tema de inspiratie a machiajului  🙂 Va arat aici si moodboard-ul meu 😀

Today I want to tell you about my experience at the final exam from the make-up course that I graduated  last summer.

I choose to do this advanced make-up course at Diana Ionescu – because I really appreciate her talent , her work and because she is a professional.

For this important exam , Diana , told us to make a mood-board with the inspirational theme of the make-up 🙂 I will show you here my mood-board 🙂

 

moodboard

Orice examen vine insotit de multeeee emotii….dar pentru acest examen ne-am pregatit cu putin timp inainte, alegand conceptul si pregatind cu atentie tema.

Eu mi-am dorit sa creez un personaj prin machiajul meu si sa duc membrii comisiei intr-o alta lume, lumea fascinanta a Egiptului Antic.

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Am plecat de la aceasta cruce egipteana – se numeste Ank – acest lucru m-a atras, m-a inspirat si am decis sa fie elementul central al machiajului. Ca pozitionare in make-up, am ales sa o desenez in centrul fruntii – intre sprancene pe o baza luminoasa -aurie, care simboliza lumina si soarele.

Cromatic, am ales sa fac machiajul in nuante de negru si auriu iar ca tehnica am ales liniile grafice.

Any exam comes with many emotions…but for this one we prepared shortly before by choosing the concept and the theme.I wanted to create a mystic character that will lead the members of the committee into another world….the fascinating world of Ancient Egypt .

I first choose this Egyptian cross – it calls Ank –  and I decided to be in the centerpiece of the make-up.I choose to drew it on the center of the forehead – between the eyebrows – on a golden base that symbolize the light and the sun.

Chromatic, I choose to do this make-up in shades of gold and black and as technique I choose graphic lines.

isis reinterpretare

M-am hotarat sa acopar sprancenele si sa aplic pe ele paiete negre si aurii – in prima faza am aplicat doar un rand de paiete dar apoi Diana m-a sfatuit sa pun doua randuri de paiete pentru a evidentia mai bine zona superioara a fetei.

Pentru machiajul ochilor am ales sa creez o linie ascendenta si sa o blenduiesc bine spre frunte pentru a crea o dimensiune suprarealista, de zeita   .

Am facut un conturing mai dramatic cu nuante mai inchise iar buzele le-am conturat cu negru pentru a arata puterea zeitei si dramatismul personajului.

I decided to cover my eyebrows and apply on them black and gold sequins – first I applied only one row and Diana advised me to apply two rows of sequins to highlight better the upper face.For the eye make-up I choose to create an ascending line and blend it very well to the forehead to create a surreal dimension – a goddess mystic dimension.

I also made a dramatic contouring with darker shades and the lips I outlined with black to show the real power of the goddess and character drama.

Am avut si accesorii potrivite pentru acest personaj – de la cerceii supradimensionati  la rochita cu lanturi – toate au conturat imaginea unei zeite din Egiptul Antic.

Va las mai jos mai multe poze facute de echipa Dianei Ionescu pentru examenul final( foto Uanna Dumitrescu)

We had matching accessories for this character – from oversized earrings to dress with chains – all have shaped the image of a goddess in Ancient Egypt.

I leave below more photos made by Diana Ionescu team for this final exam ( foto credit Uanna Dumitrescu) ❤

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Pentru mine a fost o experienta de neuitat! ❤

For me it was an unforgettable experience! ❤

 

Sper sa va placa!

Hope you like it too!

Kissesss :*

XOXO

 

 

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