How To Create Makeup Tutorials Like A Pro | Tips By Make Up Forever Academy’s Make Up Artist


Hello everyone. As a makeup expert, Framing is very important when filming a video. What is the best way
to shoot a makeup tutorial? To me, the best frame for shooting a makeup tutorial would be a cropped frame. Like a head-and-shoulders portrait, with a bit of space above the head. Also be very careful about the background of your setting. It’s important to keep things simple. If you choose a decor
it must be well-thought-out. What key information
should you give about the product? If you are talking about a foundation,
whether it’s water-based, oil-based… Basically, talking about the ingredients
of the product is important. Perhaps you can also talk about the price,
where you can find it… What type of skin it is recommended for… Because your viewers may not have the same skin type or skin issues as you do so you have to be very transparent about that and be very clear about the ingredients
and what skin type it is meant for. That works for all products! To voiceover or not to voiceover? Of course, I follow Youtubers, some use voiceovers,
it isn’t a problem for me. I feel like it leaves more space
for the manipulation of the movements. So the viewers
can stay focused on the makeup. Sometimes it is much easier When I do master classes
in front of hundreds of people to stay engaged with the audience while doing makeup is a difficult task. But it’s up to you to choose!

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