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Little Women

December 26, 2019

Little Women

"Little Women, based on novel by Louisa May Alcott, it was a story based in 1860-1870 period, so characters needed to look like they had no makeup on.

I used Maifanshi Moisture foundation on Laurie played by Timothee Chalamet, Beth played by Eliza Scanlen. I mixed the foundation with moisturizer 50/50 amount. It gave a wash to keep the skin look healthy and youthful yet they don't appear to be wearing any makeup on.

Maifanshi pressed powder was perfect way to finish the look without getting the skin too cakey.

The Spa cleansing water and a nice steam hot towel was the best way to end actors' long day!" -Miho Suzuki, Assistant Makeup Dept Head for Little Women