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Stage Make-Up Design

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S: Emily Lindeman's Mix book

FC: Stage Make-Up Design

1: Table Of Contents: 2-3: Tools and Helpful Tips 4-7: How to do a Type Cast Face 8-11: How to do an Old Woman Face 12-15: How to do a Cat Face 16-19: How to do an Elphaba/Wicked Witch Face 20-23: How to do an Injured Face

2: 1. Foundation 2. Eye Liner/Mascara 3. Black/Grey/White/Red Paint 4. Make Up Brushes 5. Green Paint 6. Big Make-Up Sponges 7. Translucent Powder | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

3: Things To Remember... * Always apply moisturizer before the stage make-up. * Be very careful not to get the stage make-up into your eyes. * Do not share stage make-up. * Use make-up remover to get off all of the layers of make-up. * Never sleep in stage make-up because your skin could have a reaction.

4: 1. Apply foundation to your whole face. Make sure to include your hair line and entire neck. | 2. Apply blush to your cheeks. The shade of color will depend on the age of your character.

5: 3. Apply eyeliner to the top and bottom of your eyes. 4. Apply mascara to your eyelashes. This is relevant to both men and women.

6: 5. Apply eye shadow to the eyelids, beginning at the lashes and extending up just past the crease line. Your costume/character will determine what color to use, but brown is a basic color.

7: A Typecast Face

8: 1. Apply foundation to your entire face. Make sure to include your hair line and entire neck. 2. Apply blush to cheeks. | 3. Take a brown pencil and draw a line in all of the natural wrinkles of your face. Smile and frown to find more wrinkles.

9: 4. Take white paint and draw a line next to all of the brown lines you have already drawn.

10: 5. With a sponge, lightly blend the white and brown lines together. 6. Add lipstick and eye shadow.

11: An Old Age Face

12: 1. Apply foundation to your whole face. Make sure to include your hair line and entire neck. 2. With a black pencil or paint draw a triangle on the tip of your nose | 3. Paint a line down your nose to your top lip. 4. Paint along your top lip. Add a curve at the edges. 5. Apply foundation to your bottom lip

13: 6. Draw three dots symmetrically on your cheeks. 7. Draw three lines from these dots toward your ears to make whiskers.

14: 8. Outline the eyes in black. Draw the line along your natural line of the eye to make the eye look wider. 9. Add black, gray, and white eye shadows to the lid and below the eyebrow. Go from dark to light as you work from the lid to the brow.

15: A Cat Face

16: 1. Apply foundation to your entire face and neck. 2. Wet the sponge VERY lightly. Apply green make-up with this sponge. | 3. Apply as many coats as necessary to fully cover. 4. Apply black and gray to the cheeks. Darker to lighter colors to outline the bone structure of your face

17: 5. With a black eye pencil, heavily line your eyes.

18: 6. Add black and gray eye shadow to the lower and upper eye lids. 7. Color in eyebrows with a dark pencil to make them thick and dark. 8. Color in lips with black paint or a black pencil.

19: Elphaba

20: 1. Apply foundation 2. Apply red paint to eye area, then white on top to create purple color. | 3. Add black to create a darker color. Apply the color up and around the eye. 4. Add "blood" to the crease of the eye.Tap it on, don't let it drip down.

21: 5. For the lip, Apply the red, gray, and black paint to the "hit" area. 6. Apply the black to the edge of the lip and apply red around the black.

22: 7. Apply "blood" to the place on your lip that you want to appear most injured.

23: Injured Face

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Emily Lindeman
  • By: Emily L.
  • Joined: about 7 years ago
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About This Mixbook

  • Title: Stage Make-Up Design
  • Advanced Drama Project 2011
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  • Published: almost 7 years ago