Premiere Products Inc.

Skin Illustrator 12 Years a Slave Palette

$80

We are incredibly proud and honored to have been asked to create this custom palette, exclusively for use on the Oscar winning film, 12 Years a Slave.  Included in this very special collection is a custom color, Violet, which was designed specifically for this film, at the request of Makeup Department Head, Ma Kalaadevi Ananda.  Approved by the film's writer & producer, Steve McQueen, the palette became so popular on set that even Lead Actor, Chiwetel Ejiofor asked for one as a momento.   Nominated for nine Academy Awards and winner for best picture, 12 Years a Slave  presented some unique challenges for kalaadevi, her makeup key, Nick London and the rest of the crew. 

"The 12YAS Palette naturally evolved from working with dark skin tones. Our makeup artists team was balancing four separate palettes to mix colors.
So we designed the colors used for the characters and included all the colors in one palette and named it in homage after the film itself 12YAS.  Both Director Steve McQueen an actress Lupita Nyong’o thanked Make-Up Artist department head Kalaadevi in their Oscar speeches  for her makeup and inspiration during the making of the film.  12 years a slave director Steve McQueen is the first black director to win the Oscar for best picture."  - Kalaadevi, Makeup Dept. Head, 12YAS.

"The heat and humidity in New Orleans made things difficult for us at times.  The Skin Illustrator 12 Years a Slave palette gave us the right colors we needed to match dark skin tones and create affects.  The colors stayed on the skin all day.  The palettes became so popular everybody wanted one, even the lead actor, Chiwetel Ejiofor asked for one as a momento."  Nick London, Makeup Key.

"I was working and balancing four Illustrator palettes to blend the pigment I wanted. After working with the colors for some time, I established … a palette including 10 mixed-color hues which enabled me to create the desired effect. This was named the 12 Years a Slave Illustrator palette, for use on brown- and black-skinned actors."   Kalaavedi, Makeup Dept. Head.  (Read the entire web article at Makeup Artist Magazine)


                                         Kalaavedi touches up Chiwetel Ejiofor 

              Makeup Artist Denise Pugh-Ruiz

I was working and balancing four Illustrator palettes to blend the pigment I wanted. After working with the colors for some time, I established … a palette including 10 mixed-color hues which enabled me to create the desired effect. This was named the 12 Years a Slave Illustrator palette [by PPI], for use on brown- and black-skinned actors. - See more at: http://makeupmag.com/featured/id/1163/#sthash.PMSjkBAp.dpuf
I was working and balancing four Illustrator palettes to blend the pigment I wanted. After working with the colors for some time, I established … a palette including 10 mixed-color hues which enabled me to create the desired effect. This was named the 12 Years a Slave Illustrator palette [by PPI], for use on brown- and black-skinned actors. - See more at: http://makeupmag.com/featured/id/1163/#sthash.PMSjkBAp.dpuf

The colors  can easily be applied with a brush, sponge or mascara wand.  Use it alone, or mix the colors with any of the other Skin Illustrator tones to create your own unique blend of  color.

You must use Skin Illustrator Activator,  Skin Illustrator Slow Activator,  or 99% alcohol to activate the color pigment.  Do Not use  70% alcohol, MEK, acetone, water or any other solvent. 

Removal is easy with Telesis Super Solv or Telesis Makeup Remover.

 

 

 

 

 

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