Non HD Make up is the regular makeup one would use on a daily basis. Both light and smooth in application, these products are full coverage and bounce light, resulting in an Instagram filter-like effect that looks even (and not overdone) on camera.
If we can look as in-focus and defined as the actors on our television screens, we are on board—as long as our breakouts aren’t featured.
But what makes HD makeup different from the average bottle of foundation, powder, or blush, and how is it best used.
To get the lowdown on this seemingly magical bottled potion, we turned to some experts who gave us everything we need to know to get camera-ready faces.
With the coming of high-definition cameras. To make sure that the bride looks flawless in her wedding pictures and makeup artists have come up with HD makeup that gives the bride a natural look while hiding her flaws.
Non-HD makeup has reflective particles like mica, quartz, silicon, or crystals which diffuses the light and creates an illusion of even-looking skin. You do not need special equipment for it and It leaves minimal residues and covers even the most stubborn marks on the face.
The products that are used are of a different formulation that is less intense and heavy. Regular makeup gives you are coverage ranging from light to medium to heavy. It is more suited for everyday use and depending on the formula, it lasts for up to a few hours