Let's talk about the best possible lighting for makeup videos, the products I prefer to use, and how to make better videos.
I use this same light on a stand for my Zoom videos.
Watch the video, and drop a comment to let me know if you're doing Live videos, Zoom makeup lessons, or any other videos right now!
All right, so I've gotten a few emails asking, “Sonia, how do you make your light look so good in your background?” Like look at my face, and how good my face looks! So this makeup tutorial is for my professional makeup artist friends who are at home, in a pandemic, and they're trying to figure out how the hell to light their YouTube videos.
Now, this is something that I use in my own bathroom to put my own face on, but it looks really good for a YouTube video. So what I do is I, I mean I have a big mirror here in my home, but I suction cup this Eyelight to the mirror. It's kind of pointed down. And as you see, it's a little bit above my head here. And I have a pop socket suction cup thingy. I don't even know what they call these things, but I stuck it to this piece of glass, and I had this little pop socket. And then I just place it here. Flip the camera around, and that's how I do my YouTube tutorials! So, as you see, I don't get a lot of glare on my glasses when I do it. So that's kind of nice. And then you can see really closely if you were doing a tutorial. And it's easy peasy!
So I hope that helps my little pro friends, give this video a thumbs up and I will see you next week on Glossible. Bye!
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FEATURED PRODUCTS IN HOW I LIGHT MY MAKEUP VIDEOS
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POP TECH SOCKET MOUNT