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Re: Applying make-up to corporate interviewee

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Nick GriffinRe: Applying make-up to corporate interviewee
by on Dec 29, 2011 at 6:38:45 pm

I agree with both Greg and Mark and would supplement their comments by offering that whether you use a make up artist (preferred but adds to the cost of the shoot) or have a few shades of powder with you and take a do-it-yourself approach, you have to do so with confidence. Practice first and do test shots with a spouse or companion. Don't let the shoot with Mr. Big be the first time you've attempted to use a powder puff.

As Mark said, act like what you are doing is perfectly normal and routine. If you are hesitant your subject will be hesitant. If you act like make-up is just another part of set-up before you can start shooting, your subject will go along easily. And if asked, say that a light powdering will be invisible on camera versus a big glaring spot that will stand out.


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