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16-09-2005
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Tools of the Trade - What the professionals use backstage
yet another makeup thread i know! but NO. its not! this is a place to name,post,and discuss professional hair artists' tools used at fashion shows and such

note: if there is already a thread too similar that i havent found, feel free to delete mods.

who makes these irons?

also, backstage photos show that many use mac brushes, and maybelline mascaras


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who makes this spray on tan stuff? i think thats what it is...
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I think its foundation
I think that its foundation made by Christian Dior. Its called Airflash foundation or something. Hope that helps

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^ Even if that foundation is good it requires too much work.

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In every backstage they use L'oreal hairspray!

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^ Even if that foundation is good it requires too much work.
Actually no. I don't use it since it's too expensive (I think like $60) but I've tested it at a make up counter and it's very nice. You only need One tiny swift blast to cover your face it it covers very nicely and invisibly. I would use it if I could afford that much for an everyday product.

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Yes, I've tried it and it lookede very good, although the tone I used was a bit dark for me (like always). But it's very expensive and I have the feeling the first spray wouldn't last much –I think you will waste a lot of product until you learn to use it well.

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I heard that they put elizabeth ardens 8 hour cream on models cheekbones to highlight them, having tried it myself, i have to say its rly very good!!

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09-06-2007
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I of course see Mason Pearson hairbrushes all over the place. And lust after them. I only have a pocket sized one.

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ok this is rather interesting thread...

L'Oreal hair sprays and hair products
Bumble&Bumble hair products
Pantene hair sprays
Kerastase hair treatments
Aveda products
Tigi products
Mac cosmetics
Schwartzkopf professional
Lancome Bi-Facil non oily instant cleanser

Models use:

Dr Hauschka
Body Shop
Helena Rubinstein
Khiel's
Johnson's baby oil
Visine

Drinks:

Evian
Crystal Geyser
Red Bull
Moet&Chandon (au naturell ahahah)

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14-10-2007
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I have noticed that El'nett hairspray can be found backstage at pretty much every show. And Kerastase Nutritive Mousse seems to be very popular as well. Pat M is apparantly very fond of Visine, she claims that it minimizes pores

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I use 8 hour creme for highlighting my cheekbones too, it's absolutely brilliant. Also on the upper eyelids

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I heard Dior uses toothbrushes for the application of mascara?

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16-10-2007
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I've seen a few of them use Touche Eclat for highlighting and also on the lips, if you watch Fashion TV Pat Mcgrath goes through a bunch of products she uses but I'm too busy to dig them up right now.

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29-10-2007
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why do the stylists use paper in the models hair or hairbands(in picture in post #2)?
what's the "effect"?


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