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With few exceptions, professional model makeup usually requires a more generous application of all makeup items. Many factors, however, must be taken into consideration due to the variety of professional circumstances under which the model works. The specific job situation is the final indication of the type of makeup application required. The model must constantly experiment with new ideas in makeup by studying the trends shown in the fashion magazines as styles in makeup change to suit the mood of the reigning fashions. The model must adapt to these changes and yet retain their individuality. Regardless of the circumstances, a model’s professional makeup look is vibrant, beautiful, and appropriate for the task at hand.

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Barbizon powder is an unscented translucent, loose powder that does not alter foundation color.  This is the type professionals prefer to set makeup and help prevent oil buildup.  Blot excess foundation with tissue before applying powder.

1.  Use your powder brush as your applicator.

2.  Dip the brush into powder, shake off excess, and brush powder lightly over one area at a time, stroking up and down to blend powder into foundation.  Include eyelids and lips.

For a quick touch up, there’s nothing better than powder.  Always carry it with you!  Press gently under eyes, on nose, chin and forehead.  Blot your skin with a tissue or oil blotting papers first. Click here to see more Barbizon Cosmetics.