I completely agree with this one. Not just camera but also for theatrical performances. The lights can wash you out completely!I feel like when a woman is on cam her makeup skills definitely need to be a bit better than in person. Either that or her webcam altering skills. The wrong color, shade, etc for me on cam and I can either look like I just got slapped or I'm a racoon, no matter how amazing I look in person.
I don't know if this is just me or people really underestimate the importance/power of makeup skills for camera related work.
Ive always wanted to try airbrushmakeup. Good coverage, very light weight, non pore clogging. So the infomercial says.As HD became popular on TV. There was a shift to air brush makeup. Because traditional makeup became noticeable on camera. I wouldn't be surprised if some thing similar happens with cam models as resolution increase.
Just with cam models it may end full body air brush.
Perhaps that will lead to more airbrush art on cam?
It seems temptu offers makeup airbrush systems. I don't know it compares to traditional airbrush systems. Their signature starter kit seems to have detachable cartriges. The nice thing about that, is you can switch back and forth between colors without having to clean the air brush. The makeup for this system is apparently kind of pricey, but considers higher quality.Ive always wanted to try airbrushmakeup. Good coverage, very light weight, non pore clogging. So the infomercial says.
Same! If I wore my camming makeup out on the town, people would look at me like I'm crazy. It looks awesome with my lighting and set-up, but up close it just looks cakey and weird.I love makeup! I prefer to look like a damn drag queen. Other girls? That's a tough one... I say whatever makes her feel comfortable.
About what looks best to me? In natural lighting I think most girl can pull off little or no makeup but indoors with lightboxes and such... naw, pile that shit ON! The more I look like I taped a painted pancake on my face irl the better!
I also think makeup can be art for a lot of us, I know my makeup choices are carefully planned out and I try to do subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) things on different night depending on my mood and the expressions I'm trying to convey.
I've got this while touching up my lipstick, with a full face of makeup on. I drink a TON of water on cam, so I have to reapply lipstick every couple hours, and people like to tell me I don't need it. Dude, I'm already wearing foundation, powder, blush, bronzer, mascara, eyeliner, and three shades of eyeshadow, this is not my bare face that I'm just slapping some lipstick on. Telling me that I don't need makeup while I'm wearing it doesn't seem like a compliment, it just makes the person saying it look silly, because my eyelids aren't naturally pink and purple, nor is the inner rim of my eye naturally black.I hate it when I'm touching up my make up because my eyes watered and fucked up my foundation and mascara during my 11-12 inch deepthroat show and there is lipstick smeared all over my face and someone goes "you don't need makeup