Model: Solweig LIZLOW @Muse
Photo: Maxime BENKEMOUN
Stylist: Jessy COTTINEAU
MUA: Sarah ATALLAH @agenceaurelien
Hair: Stephanie AH-FA
Nails: Agathe PONS
Assistant: Christian WILMES
JEAN PAUL GAULTIER (http://www.jeanpaulgaultier.com )
FATIMA LOPES (http://www.fatima-lopes.com )
AUGUSTIN TEBOUL (hhttp://www.augustin-teboul.com/ )
DEFINED MOMENT (http://www.defined-moment.com )
FEATURED MAKEUP ARTISTS INTERVIEW
1.What do you hope your contribution to the project says to the
I hope to be able to inspire viewers to dare a subtle colorful make-up in any occasion.
2.How has working with a team benefited you aside from
strengthening your skills?
Working with a team gives the occasion to share our ideas, knowledge,
complete my experience and increase my know how.
3.What is some good advice for Makeup Artists striving to work in
Preserve, get his own personality, accept criticism and mostly being
passionate! But the best is to attend make-up artists.
4.What do you find to be the most rewarding and difficult when
working with a team of artists to meet a common look?
Beyond the difficulty to agree about respecting everyone's points of view,
teamwork provide a lot. Inspiration from others, go in the same direction,
share creativity, his ideas, his desires and his tastes are source of enrichment
as of constraint.
5.How do you plan for the unexpected?
The strength of a make up artist is to listen and adapt to all situations. He has no plan predefined to prepare for the unexpected, all is to be reactive and malleable.
6.What do you feel is a common mistake Makeup Artists make?
Too many of us are putting their personal taste before request, have should not impose his style but offer and add his personal touch.
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7.What advanced classes have you taken that you feel has helped you
Attended several major make-up artists, has been for me, primordial stage in apprentice ship in this trade. Although the school has brought me a lot, but I think the ground is the best school.
8.What do you say to those who don’t feel education is important
throughout their career?
I think that an artist is never totally complete. Products and trends evolve,
you have to be able to follow the progress and why should never stop learning.
9.How do you keep your style fresh?
I read magazines, I follow trends, I am regularly informs about news
innovations, news products and of course I share with other artists.
10.What would you say you have learned of most value through your
experiences as a Makeup Artist?
I learned that a type makeup can be make on each persons but it is necessary
to adapt it to its morphology.
11.How would you describe your style?
I have a classic style but trend with an edge of madness.
12.How did you get your start in the editorial world? How hard or
easy was it for you to build your
I started has assisted is 17 years old and then it took me years to prove my knowledge and be credible light of my young age, but I find be myself lucky to have started so early.
13.What has been the most amazing opportunity you have had in
this industry so far?
Work for the largest magazines, fashion show, and with celebrities.
14.What colors are you in love with right now?
I like so much different colors but brown is the color that I use the most at the moment.
15.What inspires you?
I am inspiring by models, press... In fact by everything surrounds me at the moment. I let go my creativity and I improvise to respect my model and the brief.
16.Next BIG goal?
Being known and recognized as a talented makeup artist and manicurist by all the world and my peers