1/10) My NYX setting spray is in a very similar spray bottle to my hair oil. Multiple times I have sprayed setting spray into my hair. On one occasion I sprayed my hair oil onto my completed full face. I had to start again. -S.S.
So we laughed so hard compiling part one of Makeup Artist Horror Stories, that we had to make a part two. We still can't believe this stuff. Be forewarned...hilarity has struck again!
1/10) When I first started out doing freelance work I was doing makeup for a bride who was also a friend of mine. We got to chatting and I got a little distracted and when I was done I noticed something just wasn't quite right about her eyes. It wasn't until she was headed out the door that I realized that I had put her lashes on backwards so the longest lashes were on the inner corners of her eyes making her look like she was in a constant state of mild confusion. - AM
Everyone makes mistakes. Sometimes it's because we're new, sometimes it's because we just don't have enough time to reach perfection. Sometimes we're kinda drunk. Here are some funny makeup mishaps that we found from the courageous and unembarrassed folks on Reddit.
1/10) For my 13th birthday I got what I thought was a sparkly green chapstick that turned out to be eyeshadow. I wore it on my lips for a good few weeks so the gifter would think I liked it before I actually read the package.
Working on the set of a professional film or television show can be fun, interesting, and adventurous. Though sometimes not in a very good way. Here are 10 on-set nightmare stories that capture the less than glamorous side of the industry. Enjoy!
1/10. They Didn't Ask How I Made It
They told me I needed to make fake poop, and I did, and then they told me it was too realistic. - M.
We're fortunate here at Frends Beauty to be connected with tens of thousands of working, professional makeup artists worldwide. So when we put out the call to get some horror stories from our clients, they certainly did not disappoint. Some names, dates, and locations have been changed to protect the innocent...though most were just like "Whatever, it happened...I own it."