Skincare Campaign: Natural Skin

Discover how to make skin look naturally beautiful and camera-ready.

Are you ready to discover the techniques and secrets behind achieving naturally flawless and camera-ready skin for skincare campaigns? Join professional makeup artist Tamara Tott in our Skincare Campaign Masterclass as she takes you on a transformative journey to create stunning ‘no makeup’ looks that captivate audiences.

In this comprehensive masterclass, Tamara Tott provides a practical demonstration featuring model Chelsea Kent, where you’ll gain invaluable insights and step-by-step guidance on preparing a model for a skincare campaign photoshoot. From cleansing techniques that create a luxurious spa-like experience in the studio to the application of serums, oils, and creams, Tamara shares her expert tips for achieving a gorgeous dewy and plump skincare campaign look.

Here’s what you’ll learn in the masterclass:

  • Master the art of creating a natural ‘no makeup’ look that radiates effortless beauty.
  • Discover effective cleansing tips and techniques for a fresh canvas.
  • Learn how to select, apply, and blend minimalist foundation and concealer for flawless results.
  • Harness the power of controlled dewiness through expert highlighting techniques.
  • Elevate your brow and lash grooming skills to achieve a natural and polished appearance.
  • Perfect the look of the neck, shoulders, chest, arms, and hands for a cohesive and flawless skincare campaign.

Join us in the Skincare Campaign Masterclass and unlock the secrets of naturally beautiful skin. By the end of this transformative journey, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to create your own breathtaking ‘no makeup’ looks that leave a lasting impression. Get ready to elevate your artistry and showcase the beauty of natural skincare!

Questions? Please post them in the comments section below.


  1. Gary Stasiuk

    Wonderful to see what it takes to crate a natural beautiful almost naked pure skin. Curious.. if you are doing a photoshoot for a specific brand, do they ever make you commit to only use their products?

    1. That’s a good question but the answer is what no one knows won’t hurt them. I’ve shot lager adverts with a completely different brand of beer in the glass, I’ve shot milk adverts with paint instead of milk, ice cream with coloured mash potato and so on. However I’m sure a beauty brand would want you to be using their products if possible and if it’s a good brand then I can’t see why the makeup artist couldn’t accommodate this.

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