I've been using this trick for quite a while. It comes in handy if I'm doing a smokey eye for a client who's going out for the night, or if I'm doing a dramatic look for a photo shoot. If I know I'm going to be using dark shadows like maroon or black, I'll leave the face bare until I've finished up the eyes. That way, I can wipe any "fallout" (eyeshadow that falls off the brush and onto the cheeks or underneath the eye) away. It ends up being a big time saver in the long run!
Hey! I'm Heidi, the stylist and makeup artist here at City Headshots. Feel free to get in touch with me by email, or call me during our normal business hours at (212) 706-1902. I'm happy to answer any questions you have!
Hello! I'm Amaris, the second stylist and makeup artist here at City Headshots. I can be reached by email or can be called on Sundays. Happy to answer any questions!