Th Do you aspire to be a makeup artist? This makeup artist certification test quiz will help determine whether or not you are eligible to receive a Makeup Certificate and prepare for any upcoming exam. Makeup is an art that needs perfection. More the knowledge and practice more is the perfection in makeup skills. You can practice for your certification and even learn new things. All the best for a perfect score on the quiz, and do share it with your friends.
Hair out of the face, no colored nail polish, no perfume, and fresh breath.
Hair out of the face, no long nails, no gum or mints, and always wear gloves.
No perfume, no false eyelashes, cleaned and polished makeup case, and must wear gloves.
Soap and water
Always work from the original container.
Never work from the original container.
Kept at home
Shimmer powder or cream
A concealer palette
Anti-wrinkle skin cream
If someone has extremely dry skin.
When applying makeup for someone appearing on TV or Film.
In humid climates.
All of the above.
Yellow and Blue
Orange and Purple
Red and Green
Purple, Blue, and Yellow
Green, Red, and Blue
Blue, Yellow, and Red
They produce black.
They produce a grey or brown.
They produce white.
The underlying color of the skin.
The makeup that he/she already has on.
The color or his/her eyes.
Match the lipstick to her dress.
Choose the rest of the makeup (lipstick, eye shadow).
Choose a primary color.
Match the best foundation color.
Ask your client what look she/he wants.
Ask them a list of questions including if they have allergies.
Cream, solid, liquid
Cream, solid, dual finish
Cream, liquid, dual finish
A combination of powder and cream
A combination of cream and liquid
Break down your product with water.
Break down your product with a moisturizer.
Break down your product with oil.
Film and weddings
Runways and fashion shoots
Film, TV, and photography
Yellow camouflages violet
Green camouflages red
Orange camouflages blue
Blue camouflages yellow
A concealer with green in it
A separate darker base for that area
A liquid concealer
Taking a break
Using a camera to take a picture for your portfolio
Using powder to keep the base and concealer in place
Blush brush and small fan brush
Crease brush and large fan brush
Angled blush brush and concealer brush
Angled blush brush and large fan brush
The chin, cheekbones, ears, and jawline
The hairline, jawline, nose and cheekbones
The hairline, jawline, under the chin and cheekbones
Forehead, nose, and chin
Eyebrows, nose, and neck
Forehead to chin and ear to ear
Cutting long hairs
Trust your own judgment and tweeze regardless of what your client thinks.
Make sure to ask your client if he/she is ok with tweezing.
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