You can mix with aqua seal for longevity and/or set with translucent powder.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
This kit is sooooo fantastic. It precedes the Aqua Creams (note to MUFE--make a palette of the Aqua Creams, puh-leeze!!) and the pigments can be almost too slick when applied heavily--IF you don't set it right. I always used the MUFE primer, then use the pigment colors, then set with Hi-Def powder (I have 1 Kabuki brush that I ONLY use with these pigments, and another for everyday makeup), and then spray Mist & Fix. Depending on the event, I will set it again with the powder (see the Mud Run photo). This palette has covered waxing bruises for a boudoir shoot, made intricate and abstract designs for fashion photography, and taken me and my running team through 10K of mud and obstacles.
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answered 4 years, 7 months ago
use make-up primer and finishing/setting spray... the colors are way too creamy and rub off easily if you dont secure them... I use it for facepainting and not as a regular make-up... in my opinion, based on its quality and staying power, this is not for everyday use...