LimeLight by Alcone: User Friendly Pro Makeup

As a professional artist in the field for over 15 years, I seek out brands that work well in any event, from a wedding to a photo session and even a live on-camera television hit.  It becomes quite cumbersome as a professional artist to haul around a huge kit of different products.  However, as you may imagine, it is extremely difficult to find products that look natural in daylight but also translate well to photography and video, especially in these days of high definition.

Enter LimeLight by Alcone— A professional line of cosmetics by a veteran makeup brand that fits my needs as a pro makeup artist.  Best yet, it is available to ANYONE, not just professionals.

Proof is in the pics!  Check out these completely unedited before/after and on camera pictures of today’s on-air talent:

This before and after was taken in the exact same natural light, no retouching.
Here is a screenshot of how LimeLight by Alcone products translate to on-camera.

I’m currently compiling a kit of these products for her use while she is working on location.    This brand is user friendly, that’s the beauty of it!  She will have no problem learning my quick techniques to use on herself for that perfect camera ready look!

Here is a list of products used on my talent:

Botanical Foundation in Gena Beige

Waterproof Complete Concealer in CC2

Perfect Bronzer for Sculpting Cheekbones

Perfect Blush in Blusing was used on apples of cheeks

Face is set with Perfect Pressed Powder

Perfect Eyeshadow in Brownie Points was used on the lid

Perfect Eyeshadow in Antiki Bar was lightly swiped across lid

Perfect Eyeshadow in Blush Hour was used in the crease

Perfect Eyeshadow in Dial it Black was used as Eyeliner

The eyes were finished with Perfect Mascara

The look was finished with Enduring LipColor in Salted Carmel and Signature Lipgloss in Bliss

Enduring Lip Color in Salted Carmel

Signature Lipgloss in Bliss

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