MAKEUP POLICY & PROCUDURES
When performing for the public, stage makeup is an important part of the performer's overall appearance. The main difference between stage makeup for up-close presentations and stage makeup for stage presentations is the level of detail required and the intensity of the colors used.
For up-close presentations, the goal of the makeup is to enhance the performer's features without being too distracting. Makeup for up-close presentations should look natural and flawless, with subtle colors that complement the performer's skin tone. The focus is on creating a smooth, even skin tone and highlighting the eyes and lips.
For stage presentations, the goal of the makeup is to ensure that the performer's features are visible to the audience, even from a distance. The makeup must be more intense and dramatic, with bold colors that stand out under bright stage lighting. The focus is on creating a striking and expressive appearance that can be seen by the entire audience, even those sitting far away.
In general, stage makeup for up-close presentations will be lighter and more natural-looking, while stage makeup for stage presentations will be heavier and more dramatic. However, the exact type and intensity of makeup used will depend on the specific performance, the lighting conditions, and the performer's personal preferences.