How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup

How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup

How an Airbrush for Makeup Works

How an Airbrush for Makeup Works

Preparing the Face for Airbrush Makeup

Preparing the Face for Airbrush Makeup

How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup Foundation

How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup Foundation

Finishing the Airbrushed Makeup Face

Finishing the Airbrushed Makeup Face

Amazing Heath Ledger Joker Makeup

Amazing Heath Ledger Joker Makeup

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Costume Choices

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Costume Choices

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Finishing Touches

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Finishing Touches

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Coloring the Hair

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Coloring the Hair

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Finishing Fake Hair

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Finishing Fake Hair

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Adding Fake Hair

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Adding Fake Hair

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Setting the Makeup

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Setting the Makeup

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Eye & Mouth

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Eye & Mouth

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Highlights

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Highlights

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Shadows

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Shadows

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Foundation Makeup

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Foundation Makeup

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Applying Vampire Bites

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Applying Vampire Bites

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Preparation for Makeup

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Preparation for Makeup

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Preparing the Fake Hair

Vampire Halloween Makeup - Preparing the Fake Hair

How to Create Vampire Halloween Makeup

How to Create Vampire Halloween Makeup

Witch Halloween Makeup - Choosing the Costume

Witch Halloween Makeup - Choosing the Costume

Witch Halloween Makeup - Setting the Makeup

Witch Halloween Makeup - Setting the Makeup

Witch Halloween Makeup - Highlights & Shadows Part 4

Witch Halloween Makeup - Highlights & Shadows Part 4

Witch Halloween Makeup - Highlights & Shadows Part 3

Witch Halloween Makeup - Highlights & Shadows Part 3

Witch Halloween Makeup - Highlights & Shadows Part 2

Witch Halloween Makeup - Highlights & Shadows Part 2

Witch Halloween Makeup - Highlights & Shadows

Witch Halloween Makeup - Highlights & Shadows

Witch Halloween Makeup - Foundation Makeup

Witch Halloween Makeup - Foundation Makeup

Witch Halloween Makeup - Applying the Prosthetics Part 2

Witch Halloween Makeup - Applying the Prosthetics Part 2

Witch Halloween Makeup - Applying the Prosthetics Part 1

Witch Halloween Makeup - Applying the Prosthetics Part 1

Witch Halloween Makeup - Coloring the Prosthetics

Witch Halloween Makeup - Coloring the Prosthetics

Witch Halloween Makeup - Preparing the Prosthetics

Witch Halloween Makeup - Preparing the Prosthetics

How to Create Witch Halloween Makeup

How to Create Witch Halloween Makeup

Jazz Dancing - The Complete Routine

Jazz Dancing - The Complete Routine

Jazz Dancing - Grape Vine

Jazz Dancing - Grape Vine

Jazz Dancing - Stag Leap

Jazz Dancing - Stag Leap

Jazz Dancing - Pirouette

Jazz Dancing - Pirouette

Jazz Dancing - Chaîné Turn

Jazz Dancing - Chaîné Turn

Jazz Dancing - Chassé

Jazz Dancing - Chassé

Jazz Dancing - Attitude

Jazz Dancing - Attitude

Jazz Dancing - Aerobesque

Jazz Dancing - Aerobesque

Advanced Jazz Dancing

Advanced Jazz Dancing

Tap Dance - Buffalo Combo with Turn

Tap Dance - Buffalo Combo with Turn

Tap Dance - Buffalos with Shuffles

Tap Dance - Buffalos with Shuffles

Tap Dance - Buffalos

Tap Dance - Buffalos

Tap Dance - Time Steps with Connectors

Tap Dance - Time Steps with Connectors

Tap Dance - Time Step Connector

Tap Dance - Time Step Connector

Tap Dance - LA Time Step

Tap Dance - LA Time Step

Tap Dance - Triple Time Step

Tap Dance - Triple Time Step

Tap Dance - Double Time Step

Tap Dance - Double Time Step

Tap Dance - Simple Time Steps

Tap Dance - Simple Time Steps

Tap Dancing Steps

Tap Dancing Steps

Advanced Tap Dancing

Advanced Tap Dancing

Finishing the Airbrushed Makeup Face

Finishing the Airbrushed Makeup Face

How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup Foundation

How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup Foundation

Preparing the Face for Airbrush Makeup

Preparing the Face for Airbrush Makeup

How an Airbrush for Makeup Works

How an Airbrush for Makeup Works

How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup

How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup

Costume Makeup - Finishing the Werewolf

Costume Makeup - Finishing the Werewolf

Costume Makeup - Setting

Costume Makeup - Setting

Costume Makeup - Applying the Detail

Costume Makeup - Applying the Detail

Costume Makeup - The Base Coat

Costume Makeup - The Base Coat

Costume Makeup - Applying a Prosthetic Latex Piece

Costume Makeup - Applying a Prosthetic Latex Piece

Costume Makeup - How to Create a Werewolf

Costume Makeup - How to Create a Werewolf

Costume Makeup - Finishing the Scarred Joker

Costume Makeup - Finishing the Scarred Joker

Costume Makeup - Applying the Detail

Costume Makeup - Applying the Detail

Costume Makeup - Applying the Base Coat

Costume Makeup - Applying the Base Coat

Costume Makeup - Applying Liquid Latex

Costume Makeup - Applying Liquid Latex

Costume Makeup - Applying Molding Wax

Costume Makeup - Applying Molding Wax

How to Apply Heath Ledger Joker Makeup

How to Apply Heath Ledger Joker Makeup

Costume Makeup - Making the Wound Bloody

Costume Makeup - Making the Wound Bloody

Costume Makeup - Applying the Wound Base Coat

Costume Makeup - Applying the Wound Base Coat

Costume Makeup - Applying Molding Wax and Blending

Costume Makeup - Applying Molding Wax and Blending

Costume Makeup - Molding Wax and Preparing the Forehead

Costume Makeup - Molding Wax and Preparing the Forehead

Costume Makeup - Creating an Open Wound

Costume Makeup - Creating an Open Wound

Costume Makeup - Creating a Bruise

Costume Makeup - Creating a Bruise

Costume Makeup - How to Create a Bruise and Wound

Costume Makeup - How to Create a Bruise and Wound

The Final Touches for the Tiger Face - Setting the Makeup

The Final Touches for the Tiger Face - Setting the Makeup

Painting the Tiger Face Detail

Painting the Tiger Face Detail

The Pencil Sketch Outline of the Tiger Face

The Pencil Sketch Outline of the Tiger Face

The Base Coat of Makeup for the Tiger Face

The Base Coat of Makeup for the Tiger Face

How to Use Makeup to Create a Tiger Face

How to Use Makeup to Create a Tiger Face

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The Most Relaxing Spas in Las Vegas

Metallic Gold Smoky Eyes

Metallic Gold Smoky Eyes

Create a Sexy Smokey Eyes Look

Create a Sexy Smokey Eyes Look

Makeup Mistakes That Age You

Makeup Mistakes That Age You

Professional Makeup Tips

Professional Makeup Tips

Get All Day Makeup In 10 Minutes

Get All Day Makeup In 10 Minutes

Summer Makeup Tips for Eyes that Sizzle

Summer Makeup Tips for Eyes that Sizzle

Picture Perfect Summer Makeup Tips

Picture Perfect Summer Makeup Tips

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Fantastic Fall Makeup Tips

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Fall Wedding Makeup Looks

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How to Create a Bold Fall Makeup Look

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Summer Beauty Tips

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Roger Riggle

Roger Riggle Make Up, LLC

www.rogerriggle.com  

(301) 948-6527 x3

Roger Bennett Riggle has been a licensed, professional make up artist for over 20 years. He began at Kinetic Artistry, a theatrical supply house in Takoma Park, MD. During his 10 years there, Roger managed the make up department -7 different lines; sales, consultation and artistry.

Roger has hosted numerous Washington, D.C instructional seminars for area artists; everything from beauty and photography make up to Halloween transformations and special effects make up techniques. Roger worked for over 10 years as the make up artist for Tom Radcliffe, a leader in headshot photography at the Point of View Studio also in Takoma Park, MD. Roger applied the photographic make up to thousands of actors, sports celebrities, musicians and opera singers.

Roger specializes in Halloween make-overs and the transforming of personalities for diverse, special events. In addition, Roger has created special make up effects for disaster simulation used in the training of nurses, doctors and EMS personnel. His credits include triage exercises at the Baltimore/Washington International Airport, for the Secret Service, and for the UHUHS military training facility. Roger has also designed for numerous theatrical productions which entails researching and articulating the authenticity of period styles.

Roger has a degree in drama from the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. and, since 1978, has choreographed, directed and produced numerous operas and musical theatre productions. For eight years, Roger was the Associate Producer of TheatreFest, theatre-in-residence program, at Montclair State University, Montclair, N.J. Roger has worked with many celebrities including: Leslie Uggams, Susan Lucci, Debbie Reynolds, Kim Zimmer, Pattie LuPone and Betty Buckley. Roger has directed operas at the annual Amalfi Music Festival in Italy . He is a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. Roger is the make up consultant for Parlights, Inc. in Frederick, MD, a leading theatrical supply house for the greater Washington/Baltimore areas.

How to Apply an Airbrushed Makeup

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Hello, my name is Roger Bennett Riggle. I am a licensed, professional makeup artist. Today, we are going to look at the airbrush. I want to show you how easy it is to use an airbrush and how effective it is. Airbrushing now, is quite popular with weddings and it is particularly used for high definition television, because using an airbrush you have a beautiful, beautiful coverage on the face with the foundation because it s sprayed on. Nobody touches the face, there are no fingerprints, there are no smudge marks and there is not really an inconsistency of the amount of makeup that s on the face. It s beautifully, beautifully layered and it stays on the face extremely well. The airbrush has a compressor and it has the airbrush itself. When you buy the unit, it also has a cleanser that you run through the airbrush after you use it, a two ounce foundation of your choice and another little squeeze bottle if you want to mix up another little color. Here is an extra needle for the inside of the airbrush which is rarely, rarely needed, a cap to cover the cup when you are spraying, a new nozzle, if in case you feel like you need a new nozzle on your airbrush. There is a little holder that you can hang in on the wall and a little tiny wrench for removing and taking off the nozzle. This is the complete unit. It used to come like this and I think you can still get it this way and this is how big the airbrush is. It weighs about seven pounds, it s extremely portable and it has a lovely light application to the face when you are doing brides or you are doing television or you just want to do your own makeup at home every morning. This is another example of an airbrush unit and you can see that this motor is quite large with the airbrush. This is probably something you do not want to take with you everywhere, especially if you are going to shoot for a television station or you do not want this unit in your bathroom when you are putting on your airbrush makeup every morning. This particular airbrush is the bottom feed. This airbrush is a top feed, so the makeup goes in here and the gravity with the air pressure just shoots the airbrush makeup out. This is a bottom feed wherein the pressure, air pressure is a little bit stronger and you can put your makeup in this bottle and I have a bunch of these bottles. So, you can do a lot of colors and just interchange them at one time and this sucks the makeup through the air and sprays it that way. This particular unit has a holder right here as well and it also has a knob here to control the pressure of the air. So, you can have a low pressure and you can have a high pressure and that helps to shoot different viscosities of makeup, the thickness of the makeup through the airbrush. So, this is a more powerful airbrush and I use this for fantasy face paintings and body paintings. This particular airbrush, I just use for normal everyday makeup, weddings and we use this airbrush for television as well. The only other products you really need when you are airbrushing would be a concealer because we conceal first and then we airbrush and a setting powder. This is a Pro Finish Powder that is extremely good for television and it has a slight tint in it in different colors or you can just use a rice powder. Rice powder is extremely fine and is a wonderful powder for setting your airbrush makeup. There is a quick overview of the airbrush. Now, we will go into how the airbrush works and we will actually do a demonstration to show you how easy it is to apply the airbrush makeup.