Most makeup artists start with commercial makeup and crack that style pretty easily - it’s the basics of makeup artistry. However, the natural progression eventually forces one to venture further and ask - what’s next?!
Well, if you’re not happy working with celebrities and other private clients, editorials and fashion makeup may be your jam. However, these makeup styles are the indicator that separate true artists for just your regular ones that master the technical side and aesthetics of the industry. Editorial and fashion makeup calls for creativity and ingenuity - new ways to apply the same products and fulfill the briefs of your employers. One style to step out of your comfort zone and start creating more unique looks is multidimensional makeup. So, if you’re struggling with finding inspiration and what to do next, follow along these 5 lessons taught by the makeup PRO, Isabelle de Vries, on creating masterful multidimensional looks.