I believe that all women are pretty without makeup- but with the right makeup can be pretty powerful.— Bobbi Brown
Lust Makeup Artist quotations
No artist tolerates reality.
Creativity is your best makeup skill, don't be afraid to experiment.
It is said that no star is a heroine to her makeup artist.
There is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.
Whether you are sixteen or over sixty, remember, understatement is the rule of a fine makeup artist.
No amount of makeup can mask an ugly heart.
We makeup artists are a unique bunch of people;
we don't have the classic brain, the classic training, but we're creative, so we figure it out.
A true artist is not one who is inspired, but one who ispires others.
There's not a hair extension or a makeup artist that can make me feel the way I feel when i give back
As a makeup artist, I learned quickly that the color of your lips affects the way a lipstick looks. If you see your friend wearing a great color, don't assume it will be right for you.
The thing that makes makeup or clothing or fashion beautiful is the fact that the person wearing them loves themselves and loves being able to kind of use them as artistic tools. And so if I was to give one piece of advice, it would be to find beauty in your core first before you go out into the world and find it in other ways.
Every artist was first an amateur.
Every photo shoot, I'm always asking the makeup artist what they're using on me, and I'll go out and get it.
It makes my makeup artist's life easier.
[Plus] it makes my eyes look a little more open on TV, which is where I happen to work right now.
In the beginning I was just a makeup artist and I never really pictured myself doing anything else. But now that I have so many doors open, I kind of want to be that indie rock Paris Hilton - but with actual intelligence - she's just stupid.
I feel that there is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.
There are makeup artists sometimes that have a jade face roller.
If you're really tired those are really good.
As a woman, and as somebody in the public eye, we always have to be ready for the red carpet and have the nicest outfit, work with the best makeup artist. While all that's nice, we're also human beings.
My makeup artist, Tonya Brewer, taught me the importance of moisturizing daily.
Hydration is a must if you want pretty, dewy skin - which I love.
Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist
Generally I would say that I'm not a super-adventurous shadow girl.
I'm all about a lip, eyebrow, and mascara, but through the years, working with different talented makeup artists, I learned how awesome eye makeup can be if you get it right. That's how we got the colors we came up with.
There's something about having an artistic outlet that is so important to the human mind and development. It's as important as any other subject in school. I think it should be mandatory. It's part of our genetic makeup.
We define content very broadly. Representing chefs, designers, makeup artists - it's all important.
Learn the rules like a pro so you can break them like an artist.
I don't like to have too many makeup artists around, so I always like to do my own.
They shaved my head, eyebrows. This is not a sci-fi picture. It's not a fantasy picture. You're dealing with something that's supposed to be in reality. But we had a genius makeup artist.
If I'm talking to a photographer, I'm talking to a stylist, I'm talking to a makeup artist, we're kind of creating and collaborating and making something that is artwork and is special and is different.
No great artist ever sees things as they really are. If he did he would cease to be an artist.
Whenever possible, I try to get a professional to do my makeup, because the idea of putting together a flawless look intimidates me. I like to be open to a makeup artist's ideas on the look they want to create, but I always ask to keep my foundation pretty lightweight and luminescent.
There have been makeup artists who've asked if my eyebrows are real.
In a pinch, I could always get work in pictures as a makeup artist.
Good artists borrow, great artists steal.
Every makeup artist has a straw somewhere on them, pretty much at all times.
They're pros, and it's a lot easier to sip things backstage and not mess with your lipstick that way. You learn fast to always ask for a straw when your makeup is done.
It's a funny relationship that makeup artists have.
I always feel kind of like a dentist. People look at me and think of pain.
You look for stars. You look for the makeup of artists who can have long lasting careers and who could be headliners.
Be your own artist, and always be confident in what you're doing. If you're not going to be confident, you might as well not be doing it.
I'm not someone that wants to control everything.
I like to work with people that bring their talents to the project. So I like it when the makeup artist has a chance to do their work, when the dresser does their work, when the director does their work. They all come with stories and ideas to think about.
I really don't wear a lot of makeup, but my makeup artist Priscilla Ono has taught me the basics.
My parents were New Yorkers, and I was conceived in Los Angeles.
My father was a makeup artist to Clint Eastwood and Richard Chamberlain.
The best makeup any girl can wear is a smile
When I got into the music industry, I wasn't focused on being the most famous artist or even getting a major record deal. It was just to make music on my own terms or create my own image, do my own hair, do my own makeup.
I've always enjoyed watching makeup artists - but I'd like to go to the extreme and do monster makeup in movies.
One of the makeup artists once dyed my dog blue with vegetable blue.
I always had to fight. I still do, believe it or not. When I had to go backstage. Even in Paris, I remember Billie Blair - a great model at the time - had to sneak me in by telling people I was her hairdresser. But her hair was so short, practically shaved. I said, "Couldn't you say I was your makeup artist?"
An artist is the only thing I want to be.
I only want my freedom and my creativity. It's all that I live for. I reject the idea that I have to take all the costumes and makeup off to be f - king authentic.