Mortician Vs. Makeup Artist: Makeup Challenge

Mortician Vs. Makeup Artist: Makeup Challenge


see the magician to see you honey hey guys I’m James and I’m a makeup artist and my name is Amber Carly I am a licensed mortician and today we’re gonna be recreating a red carpet glam look mortician she’s walking around with spirits lingering her on her I was trying to remember the last time that I did a red carpet glam look on someone that was dead and I realized that it was never James pleasure experience I have with like dead equals when I was a child my uncle had passed away I was in a casket and from what I learn as an adult your body still has certain nerves that are still like alive or you’re dead so you kind of touched a little bit in the casket and ever since then it’s been like a no-no for me technically speaking if you ever does it what I would have it’s like contact lenses but with little pill keys and then they pull your eyelid over it and like the little thorns almost on them help keep your eyelids closed and then your mouth would be closed but maybe it would have been sewn closed also wire that I could use to shut your jaw I like that one even less I’m gonna start off with like Evian water just to kind of like hydrate that’s been a little bit usually I would put heavy cream on you your skin starts to dehydrate once you die this might sound really disturbing but like sometimes brushes can like work against you and that they’ll pull your skin off of your face starting with eyes first the reason why is because anything we’re gonna put in your eye it’s going to eventually fall off I’m working on the eye shadow I’m just applying a little bit of a shade I’m just going to music primer that’s gonna give me like one neutral color on the eyelid what I’m doing this is soften up the crease like because I want to make sure that the bronze shows through my mom who seems like the shimmer when she opens this tomb it’s kind of just slightly there which is what I want and then I’m gonna go into Wagner when you think about creating a look they’re meant to be enjoyed with your eyes open so it’s a little bit different creating something like this when your eyes are closed I like using a jaw and a liquid I’m going to start whether it would be thin pencil brush and the reason why I’m using cream furs that’s because I want to be able to have movement what I need to be able to fix symmetry card to create like a really perfect eyeliner when the eyeball is like sinking into the head as you’re pressing that instead well it’s interesting because you say that it’s better to do eyeliner with your eyes open looking down but for a dead person they never opened their eyes just shade that I’m gonna put on your brow bone but I’m actually also gonna put it here because when your eyes are closed what I’m doing is I want to make it look like your eye ball is still in there you’re basically trying to contour me in a new eyeball yes every client experience is a bit different I like to base it off on energy at first there’s some clients that at times don’t even want to be bothered then you have those clients who are like excited and eager to talk to you my relationships definitely are with the next of kin you sort of want to take care of them more for the people that are alive so I keep solid boundaries between me in the dead person so I’m just gonna start with just trying to figure out where I want the coloring to go a great way to create natural glowy skin I personally enjoyed mixing my moisturizer so the foundation let’s say that your onion mom I’m just gonna take a teeny bit of the screen and I’ll just like do some like folk color fringing now I’m gonna go in and I’m gonna set I wanna take a little bit of the peach color and I would use this like peachy orange if you had bruising all right now I’m just going over with wonder all the greens are covered up all of your little modeling is good you look sort of alive it’s actually concealer palette I love using it I say contour and highlight palette by the way none of those make up this but use my dead people I feel like I should have told you that so when it comes to different prices everything I said it’s all the pants in the kind of clientele and who I’m dealing with look on a general price list it’ll say dressing cascading and Kozma Tizen and that sort of means that that covers everything they’re doing your hair they’re doing your makeup they’re getting you dressed and they’re also putting you in your casket you can honestly go from like $75 to a couple of thousands especially around three hundred and forty dollars to about five hundred dollars so when doing lips and we’re creating what we’re doing with this red glam she has more natural pink lips so this is gonna be ideally turn on and by turning the color I like this color this is like calling out to me if you were alive I would normally line your lips and I am Alive it’s harder to press the pliner against dead skin and I don’t want to pull the lips apart because you get like two or maybe three tries and then you start pulling apart their lip we’re going to lashes I’m gonna just a short strip just to give a little bit more for necks I’ve never done fake lashes on a dead person but my guess is it would be easier because you’re not fluttering you’re not trying to like do this you’re just like putting people in secret delicately what I’m doing is I’m just giving her laughs a little lift when I go now to apply the lash it won’t be anything crazy this is actually like set mascara I like this because if you were dead you would I wouldn’t have a luxury of having you look at me so I wouldn’t be able to like work it through your lashes without like accidentally poking your skin think about like all the places on your face where your skin Celicas like your ID all of it all of it your eyes are really perfect as they are so I’m just gonna use my brow gel so with her brows as you see she has beautiful filled brows I haven’t written crazy with it I’m just gonna like to naturally brush them and then what I’m gonna do is I’m going to add and it’ll clear brow gel one of the most common misconceptions about my job is that I’m like hanging around with dead people all day and we honest I don’t get nearly as much time with dead people as I would like of the misconceptions about makeup or not every makeup artist is the Instagram model when you’re working with a client they expect to feel a look a certain way because of what’s going out out there and now that completes our mortuary glam red carpet look you had a good palette to start with all right Nina you ready let’s see it oh wow this looks so good I don’t know it’s nothing I was expecting it to be bad but like I’m gonna take this off it looks really good it’s like I just went to makeup artist send me to my grave like this you know looks so good I know it’s so alive [Music] you feel inspired at all to either have your makeup done a certain way or to have somebody that you really care about to do your makeup there’s a really great way to let them know he’s called a California advance health care directives you just go online and print that out there wasn’t anything on here that I think I did that any other girl could do or practice that might be like a fun bonding experience is like practicing your final looks on each other your final if I don’t see laughs like the last last look exactly

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