We don’t wear makeup to look pretty, we wear it because we enjoy the process of putting it on! Play Academy brings to you a makeup kit checklist which every makeup artist needs to have whether you are a beginner, intermediate or professional.
A beginners makeup kit:To start your career as a makeup artist the first thing you need to do is organize your kit. Here are a list of things that you should have in your kit – makeup remover wipes, foundation sponge, tweezers, eyebrow pencil and brow gel, Mascara, eye liner, eye shadow duet, BB cream, a cheek and lip stain and lip balm.
An intermediates makeup kit:As an intermediate makeup artist you need to load your kit with a more robust performance based products. Some face products that you should have are bronzer, highlighter, concealer, primer, liquid foundation, a cream and powder blush, hydrating mist, foundation brush, double sided contour and blush brush, pressed powder compact, pointed Q-tips, for the lips you would need a bold lipstick, lip liner, and for the eyes an eyelash curler, liquid eyeliner (with felt tip), an eye-shadow palette, eyes shadow brush, eye makeup remover.
A professionals makeup kit:Here’s what you will need to biuld your professional makeup kit, some must have products like Loose pigments, loose finishing powder, makeup setting spray, a fan brush, contouring cheek palette, concealer brush, fake lashes, lash glue, lash primer, metal lash comb, eye-shadow primer, lip scrub, palette of lip colors, gel filler for brows, gel eyeliner, angled eyeliner and brow brush, kabuki brush, smudge brush, stippling brush, mini scissors.
Now that we have listed out the contents of a makeup kit, ask yourself one crucial question – what kind of makeup will you be focusing on? Will it be fashion, bridal, movies or basic. Based on this, organize your kit and as you start working you will be able to build on it and create your own unique methods!