Is Synergie Minerals ‘Camera Ready’ for Film and Photography?
Georgie Walsh makeup artist on Australian film Air Girl thinks so. Read her testimonial below.
“As the head makeup artist and hair stylist on Air Girl, I designed my makeup looks specifically using Synergie Minerals Makeup. I was unsure whether a mineral makeup could be camera ready and long lasting enough to do what I needed it to do, but I have to say my experience with Synergie Minerals was fabulous. We used Mineral Whip Foundation on lead actress Arielle, and results were flawless. Easy to blend, with enough coverage for camera and a beautiful healthy skin finish. I particularly loved the blush in apricot to recreate that beautiful 1930’s complexion, and the Magnifeye and Pout Pots for the typical winged liner and red lip of the time. Shooting over many days, often for over 10 hours, it is comforting to know that what is going on the actors skin is going to help and nourish the complexion in the days to come, and also deliver great results on camera.”
– Georgia Walsh, makeup artist and hair stylist for Australian short film, AirGirl
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“I love Aspect and Synergie’s vitamin treatment serums A, B and C. I truly have noticed the difference both on myself and on my clients. When a products works, you can truly see the benefits!”
Synergie Uberzinc Zinc Essential Daily Moisturiser ($99): “It’s a physical sunscreen and moisturiser that sits on the top of my skin and reflects all UV light — both UVA and UVB to give natural broad spectrum protection from burning, photo ageing and potential skin cancer.”
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