Free Makeup Essays and Papers

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  • Makeup for Performers

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    Makeup for Performers --------------------- Aging with Grease Makeup. There are a lot of makeup's you can use to produce an aging affect, but I decided to use grease. The grease makeup I used was a skin tone palate by Kryolan. Before doing any makeup techniques I studied the shape and size of my bone structure and my facial features, this is so I knew where to shade and highlight. To create the aging affect I practiced shading and highlighting both on my hand and my face, to do this

  • Egyptian Jewerly and Makeup

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    Egyptian Jewelry and Makeup Everyday in the Egyptian way of life, both men and women would adorn themselves with beautiful jewelry and makeup. Wearing these pieces of jewelry and makeup was part of their everyday life. Everyone, man or woman, Egypt wore more type of jewelry. What kind of jewelry they wore was usually dependent on how wealthy they were. The rich wore fine jewelry made from gold, silver, or electrum inlaid with precious stones. The less wealthy wore jewelry that was made of copper

  • Vlad Dracula - A Makeup Plot

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    visually ancient, his eyes seem much younger than his body and skin present them to be; and his smile – his features crinkle up to this . . . hideous grin. In the world of makeup design, this version of Count Dracula is quite complicated; the film didn’t win an Academy Award for Best Makeup for nothing! Gary Oldman sat in the makeup chair for a long time for this role. In analyzing his visage, we can see that the ancient face of the Count is aged very carefully by the extensive use of latex. The natural

  • Makeup And Makeup

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    COSMETICS: Creating or destroying insecurities? Are cosmetic companies profiting from our insecurities? Do make-up companies want you to feel better about yourself or are they a base for our insecurities? Let me define the term “cosmetic” for you: a product applied to the body, especially the face, to improve its appearance. This includes creams, hair products, false eyelashes, anything that enhances your natural look. There is a wide range of cosmetic products out in the world: from night creams

  • Make-Up Application for Different Kinds of Filipina Faces

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    been into makeup for more than 5 years now and have consulted magazines and different makeup artists. Interest: We women should know how to apply makeup…it’s like knowing what to wear and what to eat. II. THESIS: Today I will inform you on how to apply makeup for the 3 different types of Filipina faces. PREVIEW: Those three different types of Filipina faces are: (1) Makeup techniques for the oriental (chinita) beauties. (2) Makeup techniques for the western (mestisa) beauties. (3) Makeup techniques

  • The Cosmetic Industry: Selling Illusion

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    Cosmetic Industry: Selling Illusion The makeup industry is booming these days. With the ability to make skin appear smoother, eyelashes look longer, and make lips a different color, makeup continues to create a distorted reality for people around the world. The cosmetic industry is still going strong because our culture continues to promote its use. For example, women are expected to wear makeup for certain occasions. They are expected to wear makeup at work, when they go out to eat, and nearly

  • Homework

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    function. A student could easily become ill. With only five hours of sleep, a student is less likely to wake up in the morning, causing many tardies in school. If the students become sick they will miss even more school and the makeup homework will begin to pile up. This makeup work adds hours to the regular work. Eventually the student will become so tired and ill that the stress will become unbearable. The average teenager in the year 2000 is already subject to extreme stress. This stress exemplifies

  • The Genome Project and the Disruption of Evolution

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    The Genome Project and the Disruption of Evolution The genome project was successfully completed in June 2001. As a result, many controversies have arisen regarding the ethics of altering a person's genetic makeup. These arguments will most certainly continue for generations to come. However, the real problem will involve how evolution itself will be dramatically altered if genetic manipulation is allowed. If every human being alters his genes to make offspring free of diseases and variations

  • Ad Campaign: Clinique

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    attention. I feel this add portrays sophistication while maintaining a level of simplicity which makes it attractive. When it comes to make up what do you want? Do want makeup that is busy and caked on, or do you want make up done to the simplest form, which makes you look natural and beautiful? What Clinique is trying to say is, “We are a makeup company that can give you lashes that are not just glamorous and dramatic but also simplistic, water proof and smudge proof.” You the consumer shouldn’t want anything

  • Gattaca

    703 Words  | 3 Pages

    carefully it seems quite believable. This movie presents us with a new method in which society strives for perfection and it also makes us wonder if genetic engineering is morally correct. Your place in society in Gattaca is based on your genetic makeup and the way you were born. People born the way we know as natural are "in-valids". On the other hand people born with the aid of genetic engineering are "valids." An "in-valid" has his future set out to be a cleaner or other insignificant job in society