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Female1: Okay, I’m gonna leave Paul to set up the studio and I’m gonna have a little word with Emily who’s doing Amy’s makeover, hello! Female2: Hi! Female1: So how do you get a look that both the photographers and the models love? Female2: I think the most important thing is the base, a good concealer, a very good foundation. This is because the camera picks every detail. The photographer will be okay, because, unless I said anything, and the model will be okay, because they wanna look flawless as possible. Female1: And do people often get the color of the foundation wrong. Female2: They do actually, and a lot of models that do their own make up, that’s where they will always go wrong. You should always match the foundation with your neck color. Often your face and your neck are of different color which is why it’s always… Female3: If you have your own done. Female1: That’s an important tip, to try and match it with your neck, rather than your face. Female2: Definitely. Yeah. Female1: So what you’re doing to Amy now? Female2: I’m giving a highlight on one of the cheek bones, this gives a nice chiseled effect of that. Female1: Yeah. Female2: Very flattering for the model, it also works really well with the lighting in the photo shoot. Female1: So what are the aspects of the face that you really work on? Female2: The eyes, definitely the eyes. Got to really bring them out. And the eyes are really important to contact the camera so that’s why I normally felt kind of glamour look that is like smoky eye, because it’s all about the eye contacting the camera. Female1: Become more seductive. Female2: Yeah, it catches the audience attention. Female1: Definitely. Female3: And the false eye lashes really help with that. Female2: Yeah. Female1: It really opens your eye and it just looks great, isn’t it? And the black eye, and you’ve got, when you… Female2: Brings out the whiteness. Female1: Absolutely, yeah. And you got lots of glitters I see on your eyes as well. Female3: Yup, I’ve got lots. Female2: We’re going a bit for the passionate side so… Female1: Oh, brilliant. Female2: You can go a bit mad. Female1: Oh, it looks really good, I’m gonna leave you to at it now girls. But I’ll see you later on. Female2: Alright then. Female1: I wanna get back to Paul now in the studio.