Others have commented on the technical portions of the image you posted. But, you also asked:
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Shoot I hire a stylist when I go to do a shoot? A make-up artist?
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If you can find a MUA to work with, then definitely get them involved, whether it's a straight hire, a trade-out, or just a favor to a friend.
Models are just like anyone else... they like to believe they are competent in what they do, including makeup. But, when I've asked models to apply a different makeup face than their normal face, I've had less than great results.
I'll give you a good example since I'm sure she won't mind... Kaylee
is a beautiful young lady that I've had the fortune to work with several times. She's competent in applying her own makeup that suits her vision of what makes her look good (a very understated look.. minimalist, I think you could call it.). Here's an example:
When I ask her to make modifications to her makeup (more blush... more contouring of the cheeks... less of this/more of that) she tries to achieve the look I've got in my head, but doesn't feel comfortable straying too far from what she is used to.
Last time we shot together, we had a MUA working with her to try some different ideas.. and this is an example of what we got:
which, I think it's safe to say, is a notch up from where we were with the first shot. Yes, the first shot shows a lovely young lady... but the second shot shows a much different and, I think, more sophisticated young lady.
The MUA was an active participant in the shoot.. and she was the one that come up with the flower. That extra pair of knowledgeable eye was definitely well used this shoot.
I don't ever want to shoot without a MUA again. That doesn't mean that I won't.. but I don't WANT to! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
So yes, invest the time, effort, and money (if required) to get a MUA or two involved with your images. I'll bet you won't be sorry.
Hope this helps you think it out a bit....