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  • C O M P A N Y A N D T E A M

    Hair & Makeup

    I N D Y D A N C E A C A D E M Y

    2019-2020 Season

  • In this packet of information you will find the required hairstyle

    for each level of company and team as well as the required

    makeup for the 2019-2020 performance and competition

    season. 

    All dancers will be required to have their hair and makeup

    supplies by their first performance: Gift and Hobby Show / Demo

    Day.

    It is important that you practice your dancer's hair style and

    required makeup look prior to performance. It is our goal for all of

    our dancers look professional on stage.

    FAQ's:

    Why does my dancer need stage make-up? A: Distance between the performer and the audience. Dancer’s

    makeup needs to be dark enough to enhance facial features on

    stage. This allows the audience to see the dancer’s emotion from

    their seats. Stage lights can also “flatten” facial features and take

    away the dimension that help the audience see the dancer’s

    emotion.

    May my dancer wear their glasses onstage? A: Dancers may not wear glasses onstage. Why? Lenses reflect stage

    light.  Not only does it make a glare in front of the dancer’s face to

    were the audience cannot see their face but it also can make it

    harder for dancers to see when they are walking into the light.  It is

    important to see a performer’s full face emoting and telling a story

    while dancing.

    Glasses also can inhibit their movement; if a dancer's glasses were

    to somehow fall off of their face then it would be distracting to

    them, the audience and other dancers.

    Dancers are encouraged to practice without glasses when

    running their dance  in rehearsal.

    Contents P A G E 3 . . . . . R E Q U I R E D M A K E U P & S U P P L I E S P A G E 4 . . . . . E Y E S H A D O W G U I D E P A G E 5 . . . . . D I A M O N D , S A P P H I R E & T O P A Z H A I R P A G E 6 . . . . . R U B Y & A M E T H Y S T H A I R P A G E 7 . . . . . E M E R A L D H A I R P A G E 8 . . . . . R E C O M M E N D P E R F O R M A N C E & C O M P E T I T I O N S U P P L I E S

  • All Company & Team Dancers will need the following makeup and supplies for all performances and competitions.

    M A K E U P T O O L S : Foundation Brush

    Powder Brush

    Blush Brush

    Eye Shadow Brush

    Makeup Remover Wipes

    Makeup Setting Spray

    R E Q U I R E D M A C P R O D U C T S Blush: "Breath of Plum" Sheer tone

    Lipstick: "Russian Red" Matte (full size or travel

    size)

    Eye Lashes*: "34 Lash"

    Eye Shadow: Custom Palette Eye Shadow x4

    (see eye shadow guide on next page for

    application)

    P U R C H A S E T H E S E I T E M S A T . . . MAC items may be purchased at your local MAC store, department store or online at www.maccosmetics.com All other items may be purchased at your local drugstore.

    R E Q U I R E D M A K E U P A N Y B R A N D Foundation in dancers's skin tone

    Cover Up in dancer's skin tone

    Powder in dancer's skin tone

    Eyelash Glue*

    Mascara

    Eye Brow Pencil

    Eye Liner (suggestions below)

    - Upper Lid: Revlon Colorstay crème gel

    eyeliner in black

    - Lower Lid: Revlon Colorstay liquid eye pen

    in black.

    - Inner Eye: MAC Eye Kolh in fascinating

    (white)

    *Emerald Company and Amethyst Team dancers will not need false eyelashes or eyelash glue.

    1: Highlight Color: Brule

    2: Base Color: Woodwinked

    3: Crease Color: Charcoal Brown

    4: Outer Corner Color: Brun

    MAC Custom Palette Eye Shadow

    Required Makeup and Supplies

  • Eye Shadow Guide

    Step 1: Apply base color (#2 Woodwinked) on the lid. Step 2: Apply color (#3 Charcoal Brown) in the crease of the eye Step 3: Apply color (#4 Brun) to the outer corner Step 4: Apply highlight color (#1 Brule) to the brow bone. Step 5: Blend Step 6: Use White liner and/ or highlight color (#1 Brule) to inner corner Step 7: Apply false eyelash close to natural lash (Amethyst & Emerald Dancers Skip this step) Step 8: Apply black liner to upper and lower lid Step 9: Apply mascara to blend false lashes to natural lashes. Step 10: Apply brow color to define eyebrow.

    Below your brow bone is where you will apply color #1 "brule".

    Use Color #1 "Brule" to highlight the Inner corner to give eyes an

    open and refreshed look.

    This is the crease. Apply color #3 "Charcoal Brown" here to make the eye more defined to provide dimension to the eyeThis is the lid, here you

    will apply the base color # 2 "Woodwinked"

    This is the outer corner or outer V. You will apply color #4 "Brun" here to give more of a cat eye look.

  • Step 1: Separate Hair into two equal pigtails. Pigtails must be low (below the ears). Step 2: Braid each section. *Tip before pinning braids; spray the bobby pins with hairspray for better hold. Use “Spin Pins” to secure braids. Step 3: Wrap braids around each other in a figure 8 to create the bun and pin with bobby pins that match your hair color. Step 4: Spritz with hairspray for hold, then add hairpiece to left side.

    Diamond, Sapphire &

    Topaz Hairstyle

    T I E - T H E - K N O T B R A I D E D B U N

    Required Hair Tools & Supplies: - Tail Comb to part hair

    - Hairbrush

    - Strong Hold Hair Spray

    - Mousse / Gel

    - Spin pins to secure braids. See pic to the left. - Hair ties, bobby pins, and hair pins that match hair color.

    - Hair net in dancer's hair color may be needed to hold in flyaways.

  • Step 1: Create center part in hair.   Step 2: Smooth hair to head and pull back hair into low ponytail.   Step 3: Secure with a hair tie that matches dancer’s hair color.   Step 4: Finish with hair spray.

    Ruby & Amethyst Hairstyle

    P E R F O R M A N C E A N D C O M P E T I T I O N H A I R : L O W P O N Y T A I L

    Required Hair Tools & Supplies: - Tail Comb to part hair - Hairbrush - Strong Hold Hair Spray - Mousse / Gel - Strong Hair elastic, bobby pins, and hair pins that match hair color.

    Note, Amethyst & Ruby dancers will need to change hairstyle to a low bun for ballet class

    dances that are performed in IDA’s Holiday Hoopla & Recital. 

  • Step 1: Brush Hair  

    Step 2: Create a high Ponytail. For the height of the

    ponytail imagine a diagonal line from the chin to

    where the pony tail should be placed.

      Step 3: Wrap Ponytail around the base of the bun. Wrap

    hairnet around the bun and secure the bun to head

    with hair pins.

      Step 4: Finish with hair spray to secure flyaways.

    Emerald Hairstyle

    Required Hair Tools & Supplies: - Hair Comb

    - Hairbrush

    - Strong Hold Hair Spray

    - Mousse / Gel

    - Strong Hair elastic, bobby pins, and hair pins that match hair color.

    - Hair net in dancer's hair color.

    If you need a little help with how to create a high bun there are several

    videos online! Google "how to create the perfect Ballet Bun" and

    several informative and helpful videos will pop up!

    P E R F O R M A N C E A N D C O M P E T I T I O N H A I R : H I G H B U N

  • Pack It Up!

    IDA Jacket

    Black Leotard, Black Leggings,

    Black Booty Shorts

    Warm Socks

    Bottled Water

    Healthy Snack

    Performance Order

    Garment Bags with Costume &

    Accessory Information

    Quick Change Bin (pop up laundry bin) Hair and Makeup Supplies

    Nail Polish Remover (dancers are not to wear nail polish on stage) Safety Pins

    Sewing Kit

    Scissors

    Lotion

    Disposable Razors

    Extra Clear Straps for dance bra

    Extra Tights

    Extra Lashes and Lash Glue

    Extra Earring Backs

    Steamer

    First Aid Kit

    Advil

    Cough Lozenges

    Tissue

    Proper Undergarments

    Tampons / Pantiliners

    Garment Tape / Butt Glue (Toupee Tape works better than fashion tape) Lint Roller

    Anti Static Spray

    Q-tips

    Deodorant

    Deodorant Remover Sponge

    Wash Cloth or Hand Towel

    Throw Blanket

    Extra Spending Money

    Make sure you and your dancer are prepared for performance day! Below is a list of items that dancers should have in their day of performance / competition bags. These items will help you & your dancer have a stress free weekend.

    Don't forget to label all of your dancer's shoes

    and costumes!