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Lalagirl1995
Stylist Must-Haves

Recently I've been given the opportunity to work as stylist (hair AND makeup) for some professional shoots. The problem is that I've never had any actual cosmetology classes, so I feel kind of at a loss. I pulled some shoots off while maintaining an appearance of professionalism, getting off on natural talent alone, but I felt my supplies looked a tad...embarrassing. I bought a few new supplies for the shoot but ended up needing to use some materials from my personal collection (which, obviously, is unprofessional and less than sanitary.) Luckily, I knew the model well, and no one seemed to notice; but I realized that if I were to make any kind of career out of this, I would need to start accumulating the right tools. What are the stylist MUST-HAVE tools and other materials I need to have to feel confident when I walk into a professional shoot? What brushes, makeup and colors, and other tools can I not go without? I'm slowly learning, but quickly would be awesome. :smileyhappy: Thank you!

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tashalicious
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1. Makeup Sponge

 

2. Powder Brush

 

3. Blusher Brush

 

4. Eyeshadow Brush

 

5. Eyebrow Tweezers

 

6. Eyeshadow Sponge

 

7. All-in-one eyelash brush/comb

 

8. Lip brush

 

9. Eyelash curlers

 

Lalagirl1995
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Thank you VERY MUCH for this list. It's a great, simple list that I can check off as I continue collecting items. And I never thought to bring tweezers! Now I'll make sure to include those, too. :smileyhappy:
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