Metamorphosis (Make-up Guide)





















      It's really a wonder how a make-up can change one's appearance. Just by using proper make-up colors and basic brush techniques you can transform yourself into a young and beautiful princess into an old woman or into an ugly old witch.
      Earlier this month, our Speech and Stage Arts professor tasked us to group ourselves into three and transform each other into the beautiful Princess Rapunzel, to an 86 year-old woman and to the old witch in Hansel and Gretel.
     Before applying  make-up to each other's faces, our professor asked us to prepare different make-up palettes for the three looks. These palette will serve us our guide in creating our assigned looks.
Below are some photographs of the make-up palette created for the three looks assigned to us. I call these pallettes- Metamorphosis.



    For Princess Rapunzel, I used palette in light and feminine colors. A combination of golden yellow and earth brown for her eyes will complement to her beautiful blonde hair. Light brown eyebrow color and pink blush on for her total royal look. A combination of pink and nude lip color is what I used for her lips.



The old woman make-up is the easiest to decide. You only need to work on heavy contours and highlights. If possible, you may erase the person's eyebrows by using glue sticks or you may use matte gray eye shadows to color her eyebrows. A matte nude lipstick is the most appropriate lip color.



Creating the witch look is very challenging. Aside from make-up, you also need prosthetics to achieve a perfect witch look. You will  need it for the witch's nose and chin. If you do not have any prosthetics with you, you may create your's using tissue papers and glue. A combination of deep red and black lipstick will help you create a bolder evil look. In contouring the witch's face, you only need to do the same pattern as the old woman's, the only difference is your choice of colors. For the witch's look, a combination of black and brown colors is better.

































Photos from our actual make-up demonstration:
Princess Rapunzel
MUA: Hagie Tordios
Subject: Joanna Lanojan
86 Year Old Woman
MUA: Joanna Lanojan
Subject: Tyrell Zozobrado
The Witch in Hansel and Gretel
MUA: yours truly
Subject: Hagie Tordios

What do you think about the make-up looks above?
Send me your thoughts in the comment section below.

Love lots,
Tin <3

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11 comments:

  1. Great transformation Tin!

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  2. HAHA this looks like so much fun! The witch is so creepy. Nice post.
    Olive Needs Popeye

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  3. wow galing sis!! youre really talented, btw speaking of make up schools, do you know any school in the south area? :)

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  4. Oh this looks like so much fun! I always love experimenting with makeup! :) Haha, I love the makeup of the witch- looks great & terrifying at the same time! :D

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  5. wow, so great article! you show it perfectly! 1st looks sweet, 2nd not good but 3rd- aww looks like someone from nightmare! :D
    follow you, xoxo

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  6. Wow I'm truly amazed! For me mas challenging yung makeup for like horror icons like you did. It looks real, medyo natakot talaga ko sa look niya lalo na magisa nalang akong gising now :O

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  7. galing! love the last one! nice transformation and the hair, bongga!

    xoxo,
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  8. i love playing with make up too, and i love your post, such a great transformation girl.thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. xoxo

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  9. i love playing with make up too, and i love your post, such a great transformation girl.thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. xoxo

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  11. this post was really great - i enjoyed reading it and i think it's really interesting! It's always amazing to see how much make-up can do!

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    With lots of love from Zurich,
    Lory xxx

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