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Audition make-up, clothing and hair help
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Author:  Dancer246 [ Thu Jan 27, 2005 12:57 pm ]
Post subject:  Audition make-up, clothing and hair help

Hi there,
I often come to and ask for your advice and you are always happy to help, this is why I'm back again :-)

I left a post a few weeks ago about an audition I have for a National Diploma in performing arts (dance) coming up in a few weeks and I need your help.

Basically, I want to stand out but not in an over the top way (i hope you know what I mean)
When it comes to make-up, whats the best look to go for i.e. natural????

Plus hair, obviously I want it away from my face but is there anything I can do to make it more interesting than a bun or pony tail ?

Last of all, clothing.
I'm going comfortable and casual as its more like a workshop audition but is there anything that will make me look bad in an audition?

This is my first audition and as you can see, I'm not sure what to expect and how to approach it.
Any help/tips or advice is greatly appreciated, please :-D You guyz are always a great help!

Dancer 246 x

Author:  agntrypod [ Fri Jan 28, 2005 12:53 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Audition make-up, clothing and hair help

approach it like its your last audition then. Casual dress shouldn't mean covered up, make sure your physique can be seen- all of you, looking good. Practice with makeup before hand-4ex.udont want to over load on mascara that doesn't turn out to be so waterproof after workshop warmupsweatycrowded.....yeh theres lots of stuff to do to stand out- but sometimes simple works bestgoes a long way--say you look good in red--go with it and put red flower in hair ya know--no need to over due it and look like a made-up confused space barbie, try to find a balance between that and boring, keeping in mind that itll be the carriage of you from your core through movement they look at rather than the exterior attire at least more so.--i hope that helps exude confidance without coming off like a turkey, demonstrate an insanely focus level of concentration and work ethic.

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