On Stage/Backstage
A shooting with MAKE UP FOR EVER July 18, 2014

Meet Sophia Wasserman, our model for the Black Liners campaign.

On Stage/Backstage Black Liners - The Making Of

A shooting with MAKE UP FOR EVER

July 18, 2014

Meet Sophia Wasserman, our model for the Black Liners campaign.

Sophia Wasserman experimented a shooting with MAKE UP FOR EVER for the Black Liners campaign. She was the face but also the body of the campaign as the Makeup Artist realized a face and also a body painting on her. She shares her impressions on this special moment.

 

Sophia, how was the shooting?

The shooting was really nice, the atmosphere was open and cheerful, yet straightforward and professional. When I came in the morning it was still time for a coffee. Just a moment later, first the hair designer designed a test hairstyle, and after the team of MAKE UP FOR EVER did the makeup test. Although five people were partially painting my body, I felt comfortable with the team of MAKE UP FOR EVER.

What about your eyes?

The Makeup Artists started with Artist Liner by stretching my eyes to trace a black vinyl line along the upper lashline. Very quickly, they draw matte rectangles in deep black along the lower lashline thanks to the precision of graphic liner.

Then inspired by the calligraphic accuracy of Ink Liner, they extended one last line that takes flight in a multitude of downstrokes over my entire body.
Playing freely with the three new MAKE UP FOR EVER liners, they adjusted outlines, prolonged curves and crisscrossed lines. A high-precision Black Liner is definitely a must-have accessory!

Anything to add?

The whole day was fun. The photographer was super friendly and open-minded. He worked quickly, yet very professional. Also the care was outstanding.
Everyone was in a good mood on the set!

 

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  • Black Liners,
  • Shooting,
  • Backstage,
  • Body painting,
  • Tattoo effect