Traveling Hair and Makeup Artist | Portrait Session in Croatia with Domagoj Horak

Traveling Hair and Makeup Artist | Portrait Session in Croatia with Domagoj Horak

As a traveling hair and makeup artist, I’ve had the opportunity to work with fashion/portrait photographer Domagoj Horak on a portrait shoot session in Zadar, Croatia. Domagoj Horak is a Croatia-based photographer/videographer. He has a passion for design and digital marketing as well.

Domagoj Horak captured me in a Croatia traveling story while I visited the country. A good portrait draws attention to the model. This is normally achieved through some combination of a shallow depth of field, composition, color, and lighting. You should be able to look at a good portrait and know something about them. The best portrait artists can tell a whole story in a single image.

As a commercial makeup artist, I did my own hair and makeup. Dark Swan Of Denmark sent me an amazing set of lash collection so I used their lashes on this photoshoot session. For foundation, I used Paris Berlin and for eye shadows, I used the MAC Cosmetics palette. I wanted to keep my hair and makeup natural-looking and having a glowing skin tone. Natural makeup will enhance your features. It’s a simple approach that focuses on a few key areas – skin, eyes, and lips – and brings out your best in a subtle way. Natural makeup will never go out of fashion.

I had a great time collaborating with fashion / portrait photographer Domagoj Horak as a traveling hair and makeup artist, I hope to create a long-lasting relationship with him for the future.

I constantly post about makeup trends, please visit my traveling hair and makeup artist page here: https://www.instagram.com/lucabuzas/

To see more of my work please visit my portfolio page here: https://lucabuzas.com/porfolio-2/

CREDITS:

Photographer: Domagoj Horak
Wardrobe Stylist & Makeup Artist: Luca Buzas
Model: Luca Buzas
Location: Zadar, Croatia


Makeup Artist in Atlanta | Filming in Atlanta, Georgia

Makeup Artist in Atlanta | Filming in Atlanta, Georgia

As a makeup artist in Atlanta, there are many ways to learn how to become a makeup artist in Atlanta. Georgia’s film incentives provide thousands of jobs to aspiring actors, filmmakers, costume designers, and make-up artists. I travel a lot for work so I often fly to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Miami as well for different projects.

Getting into the industry is not easy. Originally I’m from Hungary, Budapest. One thing I always say is everyone’s journey is different. As for me, I started out by doing makeup for private events and friends in Shanghai, China. I lived/worked in China for 5 years which thought me to stand on my feet in every situation. The way I got into doing makeup for productions was actually by starting out as a wardrobe stylist. I got to know the production team, agencies, and clients and then eventually started assisting other makeup artists and the journey continued from there.

in 2017 I moved to the United States and my adventure continued here. I am very grateful for this decision every day because I found my place in the world where I can do what I love the most which are styling and makeup. I enjoy creating and the US is giving me creative freedom so I’m very thankful for that.

Being a makeup artist in Atlanta, working in different locations, projects also allows me to be flexible, research, purchase, and try different beauty lines, techniques. It is a very productive playground for a makeup artist and hairstylist like myself with such creative opportunities to work on various films, TV commercials, and fashion shoots.

I constantly post about hair and makeup trends, please visit my makeup artist in Atlanta page here: https://www.instagram.com/lucabuzas/

To see more of my work please visit my portfolio page here: https://lucabuzas.com/porfolio-2/


Atlanta Makeup Artist | Travel Tips for Hair and Makeup Artists

Atlanta Makeup Artist | Travel Tips for Hair and Makeup Artists

As an Atlanta makeup artist, I love to travel for work. My job as a makeup artist isn’t a stationary one. I enjoy to go to a new space as my “office”, then pack up and have a different location the next day. Thankfully, I learned this early on in my career and always had my sights on traveling for my work.

Traveling, also means transporting your makeup, I always follow these tips:

1) Think Before You Pack – Brainstorming before you pack will save you a lot of time and ensure that you bring just what you need – say goodbye to over (or under) packing! Consider these three things when you’re deciding what to pack: who your agency/production company/client is, what kind of makeup they’re requesting, and what environment you’ll be working in.

2) Create an Inventory List Once you decide what you’re bringing with you, take an inventory.

3) Purchase Insurance if you can Insuring your kit is a great way to put your mind at ease and make sure you’re covered from any accident

4) Check-in or Carry on your makeup bag(s) For many hair and makeup artists, checking their bag is not an option so you will need to separate your kit what you can carry on and needs to be checked in with the airline.

Being an Atlanta makeup artist, working in exotic places also allows me to research, purchase, and try different beauty lines. It is a creative playground for an artist like myself to be up close and personal with such textures and colors of different landscapes, people, and places.

I constantly post about hair and makeup trends, please visit my Atlanta makeup artist page here: https://www.instagram.com/lucabuzas/

To see more of my work please visit my portfolio page here: https://lucabuzas.com/porfolio-2/


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