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Any red colorant to be applied to the warm color areas of the face and hands.

Rogue

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Reds used for the lips only because they are usually unsatisfactory for the other warm color areas of the face and hands.

Lip Rouge

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  • Replace blood color
  • Increase the red in the complexion coloring for florid or ruddy complexion.
  • Intensify the red in the complexion coloring to compensate for warm color illumination or the color of the casket interior and clothing.
  • Reinstate warm color areas.
  • Correctively shape the cheeks and lips

Reasons for Applying Rogue

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  • Colors- A wide variety
  • Types- Many

Availability of Rouges

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Each type of rouge can be classified as a:

  • Liquid
  • Cream
  • Powder
  • Aerosol

Classification of Rouges

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Only a few mortuary types available.

  • Transparent
  • Opaque

Liquid Rouges

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  • Colors- few
  • Types:
    • Transparent paints
    • Spray rouges

Transparent Liquid Rouges

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A masking type of mortuary rouge with an evaporating vehicle.

Opaque Liquid Rouge

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Greater number of types and colors

  • Paste rouges (mortuary, ornamental, theartical)
  • Soft cream rouges (mortuary, ornamental, theatrical)

Cream Rouges

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An opaque cosmetic in a jar.

Mortuary Paste Rogue

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A semi-opaque cream cosmetic in 2 textures (firm and soft).

Ornamental Paste Rogue

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A firm semi-opaque cosmetic called "moist rogue."

Theatrical Paste Rogue

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Appears very dense but can be applied as a transparent film.

Mortuary Cream Rogue

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Is vivid in color and is packaged in a small plastic jar or compact.

Ornamental Cream Rogue

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Is vivid in color and is warmed and applied by hand.

Theatrical Cream Rogue

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Composed mainly of a clay or some similar inert solid.

  • Dry (cake)
  • Fluff
  • Cake Foundation

Powder Rouges

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A compressed powder cosmetic packaged in a small, flat, round container with a rouge-puff for application.

Dry (Cake) Rouge

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Use a soft brush

For a controlled application of a dry (cake) rouge.

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Tap the brush against your hand.

To determine the quantity to be applied (dry rouge)

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Apply the rouge with your finger or brush while the cosmetic is still moist.

Fusing the dry rogue into an applied complexion cosmetic.

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This is one in which the vehicle has evaporated.

  • Use a damp sponge

Application of a dry rogue on a dry cosmetic

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Compressed ornamental powder cosmetic.

  • Commonly known as a "Blusher"
  • Similar to dry (cake) rouge but is softer and less vivid.
  • Packaged in a small container with a soft round brush.

Fluff Rouge

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The time to apply a fluff rouge.

After Powder

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  • Source- Theatrical
  • Color- vivid reds

Cake Foundation

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Applied only on the lips.

  • Liquid or cream

Lip Rouge

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  • Lip tints
  • Lip Rouges

Types of Mortuary Liquid Lip Rouges

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Clear solutions in bottles with an evaporating vehicle; come in sets.

Lip Tints

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Transparent lip-colorants that appear cloudy in the bottle; come in sets.

Lip Rouges

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Semi-opaque lip colorant packaged in a plastic tube and applied with a brush.

Ornamental Liquid Lip Rouge (Lip-Liner)

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  • Lipstick
  • Lip jelly

Types of Cream Lip Rouge

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  • Difficult to apply on cold tissues
  • For easier application- warm and mix with a solvent.

Lipstick

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Is must softer than lipstick.

Lip Jelly

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The color of rouge or lip rouge should identifiy with the complexion color and not the color of the hair and clothing.

The Choice of Red

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Ornamental rouge for medium (average) Caucasian women.

Pure Red

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Ornamental rouge for fair Causasian women

Less Vivid Red

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Rouge for dark Caucasian women

Dark Red (Brown Added)

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  • Light and medium complexion: Pure red
  • Dark complexion- Pure red on the lips only

Rouge for African American Women

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Rouge for Asian women

Pure red on the lips only

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A combination of a complexion compound and the basic pigment (pure) red.

Complexion Red

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Employed for natural, non-ornamental makeup.

Use of Complexion Red

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Over a three-day viewing period the complexion tends to appear grayed.

  • Treatment- Red pigment applied to the face will offset this "ashen" appearance.

Dark African-Americal Complexion

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Those areas of the skin surface which during life are naturally reddened.

  • These areas are not highlights as the coloring is not a lighter complexion coloring.

Warm Areas of the Face and Hands

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  • Lips
  • Ears
  • Nose
  • Cheeks
  • Chin
  • Forhead (Males)

    Note: The ears and nose are interchangable

Natural Sequence (most to least)

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  • Lips
  • Cheeks
  • Ears
  • Chin
  • Nose

Ornamental Sequence (Most to least)

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  • Ears
  • Chin
  • Nose
  • Hands

Areas of Similar Treatment for all Subjects

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All parts except the tragus are tinged in red.

Ears

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Tint the prominence.

Chin

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Lower parts are tinted.

Nose

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Apply red to the knuckles, nails, and cuticles.

Hands

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  • Foreheads of males
  • Nostrils
  • Capillary flush of the cheeks

Areas of Special Rouge Treatments

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Between the upper and lower eminences.

Forehead of Males

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Inside that is delicately chiseled and sensitive in appearance.

Nostrils

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Used on someone who had a great number of superficial capillaries.

Capillary Flush of the Cheeks

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  • 3/4 of the population do not show redness in the cheeks.
  • To restore the "picture of health" it has become traditional to add a tinge of redness to the cheeks.
  • Study people with natural redness in the cheeks- so you are better able to simulate it.

Rouging of the Cheeks for Natural Appearance

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Flood the entire area with pink.

Infant

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Upper part of the font plane.

Child

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Triangular space, slightly lateral to that of a child.

Adolescent

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Upper part of the cheekbone, where it recedes inward toward the lower eyelid.

Young Adult

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Narrow band running frmo the wing of the nose to the lobe of the ear.

Middle-Age Adult

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Drops to the lower part of the cheek, occupying the triangular space above the jawline.

Aged Adult

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The main goal is the stimulation of the classic oval head shape.

Rouging the cheeks for ornamental effect

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The most vivid of all warm color areas.

  • Are comprised of a combination of the four basic pigments with the red predominating.
  • Lack a distinct marginal color.

Lips (Mucous Membranes)

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Done when replacing the color to the lips.

Balance the Lips

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  • Warm a cream rouge on the palm of the hand and apply using a flat lip brush.
  • Maintain a flat chisel edge on the brush.
  • Applying cream rouge to the lips.
    • Lining and filling
    • Vertical
    • Horizontal

Techniques of Rouging the Lips

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Parallel paint the lip-lines beyond the natural limits.

Thickening

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Normally the lips disappear from sight before reaching the ends of the line of closure; they can be made wider by extending the color to the extreme ends.

Widening