By Jan Musgrove
An introductory consultant for college students studying expert makeup, hairdressing and cloth wardrobe abilities and `front of digicam' pros desiring an realizing of the techniques.
Written through an skilled specialist, this guide bargains a step-by step strategy for the entire newbie with diagrams to teach methods for various makeup results, from corrective and personality makeup, to interval dramas, lighting tricks and prosthetics. It describes the talents required of the activity, introduces designated makeup items and the way to use them for various influence and units the context for the makeup artist's position, through contemplating technical requisites corresponding to lights, camerawork and chroma-key backgrounds.
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Extra info for Make-Up, Hair and Costume for Film and Television
If you are a designer on a production, then there is a great deal more preparation needed. If the production is very large, you would have had a script, have planned what is needed, agreed a budget and attended planning meetings with other heads of department. It will be your responsibility to provide everything required for your department. This may mean packing a lot of equipment and arranging for it to go to the location. Any designer knows to be ready for the unexpected. Even for small productions, many bags will need to be packed.
Lights are set for the studio requirements If the studio has a make-up room, the lights around the mirrors should be compatible with the lighting in the studio. Different bulbs, especially fluorescent bulbs, have different colour temperatures. If the bulbs are too orange, they will affect the make-up colours chosen, which will then not look right when in the studio. Some fluorescent tubes have cooler colours resembling daylight. Unfortunately not all dressing rooms have good lighting, and this will be noticeable while working.
It is also important to be aware that although makeup, hair and wardrobe may have temporarily finished their work and have time on their hands, standing around chatting can be annoying and does not look very professional. Generally these times are good opportunities to clear up and prepare for later. It is sensible to think ahead, too, not only for work purposes but for breaks. Any official breaks may be a busy time for make-up, hair and costume departments, and it may be that staff of these departments need to take a break when they can.
Make-Up, Hair and Costume for Film and Television by Jan Musgrove