Close
Event Coverage

Make Up DON'Ts By Adam Fleischhauer

Maggie Mulhern | March 13, 2013 | 6:49 AM

Adam Fleischhauer was busy polishing up some models backstage in the model prep room for Wella during the ABS. I was there getting ready to host the Wella Student Competition and Adam saved the day with some fab false eyelashes (my fave).

We started chatting about some of the regular mistakes made by professional make up artists and he just went on and on. He covers three in this short video, but he also adds that a very common mistake made by make up artists is poor foundation or base shade selection. "It should always match the color of the neck," he says. "There should never be a line of demarkation from the face to the neck."

In this video, learn more about prep and also blush and concealor placement.

Facebook Comments

More from Event Coverage

Event Coverage Creative Colorist: Lauren Kocman, Hair by Scott & Co., in Delray Beach, FL; New Talent Colorist: Kylie Bussing, Aidan James Salon in Nashua, NH; and Partner Colorist: Mio Sota, Trio Salon.
Event Coverage

Everything You Need to Know About the Goldwell Color Zoom Competition

Alison Alhamed | October 1, 2017

Color Zoom 101: Every year, Goldwell releases a trend collection that is used as the inspiration for its annual haircolor and style competition, Color Zoom. Across the globe, Color Zoom starts on a national level. Beauty pros compete in three categories— Creative Colorist, New Talent Colorist, Partner Colorist—by submitting a photo of their interpretation of the trend. Once the Gold winners of each category are determined on a national level, they go on to compete internationally on behalf of their respective countries during a live recreation of the look on their model—including the hair color—in front of a judging panel and audience. The international leg of the competition takes place in a new city each year.

Load More