Production Hair

Dancers are required to have their hair slick back in a ballerina bun for all dress rehearsals and performances. Please use bobby pins and a hair net that match your dancers hair color, along with plenty of hair spray or gel. Glitter spray, bangs or clips are not allowed. "Sock buns” or “bun makers”  are also not allowd, as ballet buns should be flat to the head and level with the top of the ears. Be sure to spray down those whispies! 

 

 

 Please see PDF for further instructions:

Also Check Youtube for Ballerina Bun Tutorials  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Production Make Up

Please remember that make up is for both dress rehearsal and produciton. make sure to remove all jewelry, nail polish and stick on tattoos before for both dress rehearsal and performance.

No body glitter or glitter sprays allowed

 

 

 

 

Cherubs, Joy & Primary:  Video Tutorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rosey blush

Rosey lipstick (no lip gloss)

Browns and natural color eye shadow 

Mascara is optional



 

Ballet 1 & 2:  Video Tutorial

 

 

 

 

 


Foundation

Rosey blush

Rosey lipstick (no lip gloss)

Browns and natural color eye shadow

Filled in eye brows

Black mascara

Black eye liner

 

 

 

 

Ballet 3 & 4: Video Tutorial

 

Foundation

Rosey blush

Red lipstick (no lip gloss)

Browns and natural color eye shadow 

Filled in eye brows

Black mascara

Black eye liner - winged on top lid,
lined on bottom lid 

 

 

Ballet 5 and up: Video Tutorial

 

Foundation

Red blush

Red lipstick 

Browns and natural color eye shadow 

Darkened eye crease

Filled in eye brows

Fake lashes

Black mascara

Black eye liner - winged

Highlight the inner corner of each eye

Countour face with powder

 

The Dos: 

1)     DO use neutral/warm earth-toned eye shadow colors for stage performances. They are perfect under all colors of stage lighting and accentuate the eyes and skin well.

2)    DO apply your makeup dark enough to be seen up to the first 8 – 12 rows (approximately).

3)    DO use false lashes – they will enhance the shape of your eyes on stage!

The Don’ts: 

1)    DON’T use black liquid eyeliner under the eyes!  Instead use an eye shadow with an angled makeup brush or, if you must, use an eye pencil.

2)    DON’T forget to blend, blend, blend…you’re a ballerina not a punk rocker!

3)    DON’T use black liner on the inside lower eyelid – this will make the eyes look small on stage.  Use a white highlighter pencil on the inside rim of the lower eyelid to brighten the eyes and make them look bigger.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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