High Definition technology was warmly welcomed by viewers because it gives them the most vivid quality lifelike image there is. Because of this High Definition technology, make-up artist are challenged simply because these HD Cameras can easily unveil whether an actor is wearing too much make-up to cover up their imperfections even tiniest pock mark would seem to appear large. Today’s visual technology casts a brutally honest focus on heavy makeup and every little flaw in your skin. Standard screens of the past displayed a mere 330 lines of resolution; today, standard HDTV spans 720 or 1080 lines. “Every pore, fine line or bit of shine is magnified,” says Nicholas Lujan, managing educator at Make Up For Ever. A camera flash is just as unforgiving, glaring off of oily spots and blowing out your skin to an Edward Scissor hands parlor.
So, we welcome HD Cosmetics. It is formulated to be sheer, while hiding uneven skin tones, flaws that can clearly affect your image. It contains light scattering ingredients that creates the illusion of an even finish and is designed to hide creases, wrinkles and blemishes. The ingredients used can prevent oily complexions from shining. “Blurring” is a key term in HD makeup, the idea being that when the modern camera is so harsh, our makeup needs to step in and recreate the effects of an old-fashioned soft-focus lens for a more flattering and forgiving look. What is the difference between a High Definition make up than normal makeup?
You could debate that the answer is very little, since normal makeup has come on in such limit and boundaries like the heavy “pan-cake” foundations covered all sins, but in High Definition, it looks like stucco on your face. Makeup artists took note and developed “High Definition” makeup products that are full coverage but incredibly light in texture and contain deflectors and shaped pigments that bounce light. But, generally speaking, clients should anticipate that a High Definition makeup has a superior light reflection, as demonstrated in some of a make-up manufacturer’s foundation, which uses gel-covered pigments inspired by lens filter technology to soften and blur fine lines and uneven tone. The result of this is a smooth, radiant complexion without zero visible cake-y buildup on camera.
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High Definition makeup has smoothness. HD products generallybind high-grade silicone to smooth any rough texture on the skin’s surface (imagine your face has been through a virtual laminator and you’ll get the idea). HD-proof airbrush foundations, concealers and blushers (all applied with an airbrush gun) are silicone-based to produce this effect. But despite the fact that the advent of HD makeup is certainly a marker for a less innocent time, it also substitutes a period when it is essential for women to accept that a foundation was thick and frequently uncomfortable, that a face powder is dry and usually unnatural-looking because it is difficult to match the powder color to our face color and lastly it is hard to find a color-match concealer. The new generation of products is a comparative picnic and looks effortless, healthy and real. And you needn’t face the camera to enjoy it.