See how this makeup artist puts Zero Powder into action
"I'm so lucky to be surrounded by people in my life that inspire me every single day, and my Makeup Tutor is no exception. She is an incredibly talented makeup artist and hairstylist, and she has now brought out her own range of setting powders. And they are AMAZING. I am so so impressed. There are a lot of other powders on the market that claim to do the same thing as this powder, but they seriously don't measure up.
This powder is made of 100% Natural Products, it blurs imperfections, pores and fine lines. It sets makeup and makes it last, and I noticed a huge difference after using it with my clients in their photoshoots. I also tested it on one of my pimples, as Azzi claims it can help with breakouts, and it actually worked! I just put some of the original on my pimple and the next day it had gone down significantly."
A pro photoshoot where she used Zero Powder on her client:
Find out more about her in this feature interview:
What inspires your love of makeup?
I have always loved looking through magazines or watching movies and seeing all of the different looks that can be created to suit different styles and personalities. Whether it’s a standard glamour look, or something more bold with colours or latex, I just love how makeup can totally transform someone to suit different styles.
It has definitely inspired me to want to create my own signature look, and to design different looks and come up with creative designs.
Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?
I would like to say either working in the film industry or in the fashion industry. I have ambitions to work in both, so hopefully in 5 years time it will one of those or both!
I would also love to be able to make a difference in the fight against animal cruelty. But hopefully in 5 years time that won’t be an issue anymore.
What is one of your signature expert tips?
There are lots of techniques that I use regularly, but my favourite and surefire way to keep concealer from creasing under the eyes, is to buff it out using a beauty blender that’s been sprayed with Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray. Afterwards I set it using a regular translucent powder. I find that it keeps the coverage without it being too cakey.
Do you have any words of wisdom for those who want to work in the industry?
Being a makeup artist is fun and fulfilling, but it’s also hard work. Don’t get into it thinking it will be smooth sailing into the big leagues. Work your butt off, practice everyday, and always stay positive. Always look for the best in people, and don’t be afraid of failure.
You can find out more about Christiaan on her blog
Authored by: Azzi Williams
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