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Learn How to Apply Digital Makeup in Photoshop Part 2c
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You can also affect different colors by experimenting with the blending modes and opacity. These two controls for example. In multiply mode, I have got a very red lipstick and I can lower the opacity of that and it is not so bad. So before and after I can also let me put this back up to a hundred and let me go in here to hue and that gives the very pink look to just like the normal does. Normal is a little darker and overlay also does a play with a garish bright lip but again play with your opacity so it is all up to you how you want to apply this make up.
So there is a variety of blending modes that you can, remember this back in the 70s when we use to wear that white lipstick, that is what that looks like in screen mode and again that mode also gives you an indication of your edges as well. So here in the screen mode, you can see I have got a little bit of overlay right here so I can come in and clean up that edge so sometimes these blending modes help you in the creation of your original selection or masking area to do that.
I am going to put it back in normal mode here. And because I just wanted to get it a little pink and I am going to double-click on the adjustment again and come in here and go into the green, make it a little bit more magenta by dragging it down. So remember I like to over exaggerate first and control with the layer opacity. Click Ok, and now I will back off on this. So now we have got nice pink lips, if you want to change the lip color to anything you like and there, we have it.
Now, what I am going to do here is create a composite layer to do a sharpening method for this before we are done. So, when you are totally done with your makeup and your colorization, check everything out and if you have named your layers. We have got to name this one lips, you can just pan around and look at areas that perhaps you might want to change a bit like I am going to go on to the hair layer, highlight the hair layer here. Hit X and see a little bit of an area in here, I want to come back in and I am going to zoom in on this.
There is just a couple of hairs that I want to fix here, get that nice red color in and then I am going to have to cut back in take off so I am going to click and I am using the click-shift click method. So I am clicking a point. Let us get that here and there. And again sometimes you do have to use these brush controls to get it to blend just right. We will just pan over here, fill this in and we will finish up Mama’s makeover in part three.