November 17th, 2017
Colour theory is an important part of any MUA’s training. Dallas-based MUA and educator Terri Tomlinson has launched The Flesh Tone Color Wheel ($14) after seeing established artists and her own students struggle with the application of colour theory to make-up. The wheel is a one-of-a-kind reference for skin colour, tone, highlight, contour and correction. Available online now.
MYSIGN by Revolution has launched its second collection The Elements Eye Palettes (£6) inspired by the zodiac signs. The four palettes Fire, Earth, Air and Water contain 15 matte and metallic eyeshadows with amazing pigment, no fallout and incredible lasting power. Available online at Tam Beauty from 22nd November and in-store at Superdrug on 3rd January.
The Makeup Armoury has become one of the first stores in the UK to stock Necessary Evil MOUTH FX (£39.50). MOUTH FX is a temporary oral colouration system that has been safely designed to effectively colour the inside of the mouth. Available online now.
Building up a brush kit as a student MUA can be an expensive task. Barry M has launched its Professional Makeup Brush Set (£27.99) where you can get five synthetic hair brushes and a sponge for under £5 each. Available now exclusively at Argos.
Salon System has launched a new taster course ‘Bold as Brows, Long as Lashes’ (£25 inc. VAT). Learn how to create volume with lashes through to defining, shaping and colour correcting brows all in one two-hour session at the Capital Hair and Beauty store in Walsall. For more information contact Salon System at 0208 8454115.
Also launching from Salon System is the new GELLUX Multi-Chrome Kit (£16). The kit contains three multi-chrome flakes in the shades Chameleon, Indigo and Rose Gold and includes six applicators. This kit has everything you need to keep up with the latest nail craze for holographic and mermaid-inspired nails. Available from wholesalers now.