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Frequently Asked Questions – Orlando Airbrush Makeup, Inc.

Background When was Orlando Airbrush Makeup, Inc., launched? Orlando Airbrush Makeup, Inc. (“OAM”), launched online in May 2013. Why should I shop at OAM? We are based in the central Florida area and travel to south Florida.  Artists can visit Ulta and Sephora to sample mainstream products.  However, it is more difficult with indie brands. […]

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Complete modeling stats for females

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Modeling do’s and don’ts

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Loose vs. Pressed Powder

Clients ask if I prefer, as a freelance makeup artist in Orlando, loose or pressed powders. Personally, I prefer loose. I spent an entire day crushing my pressed powders to make them loose. The advantage of loose powder, for me, is flexibility and control. I can get more pigment on my brush with a mere […]

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Important Session / Shoot Information

Sessions typically begin at 08:00 unless otherwise specified by the OMJ.  Shoots typically end between noon and 14:00.  Please pack snacks and water for yourself! The OMJ typically requires gosees to exchange portfolios and give models more information as well as give them ideas of what to bring for the shoot. The OMJ has a […]

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Gosee

What is a gosee? It is an entertainment industry term that pretty much means an interview.  Casting staff, creative staff, and other industry professionals use this as an opportunity to meet potential models / thespians / actors / actresses, discuss with them their backgrounds, review portfolios, and basically determine if the talent suits their needs […]

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Special smoky requests?

Is there a particular color you would like to see for smoky eyes? If so, let us know by tweeting @OrlandoMakeup to share your color request. If you are in the Orlando area, you may be selected for the editorial on examiner.com.

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