Choose your undertone: Our Hi-Def Glamour Shades are classified into Warm, Cool, and Neutral for the convenience of the makeup artist or daily wear makeup user. Our Hi-Def Glamour Cremes, as coined by Marianne Skiba, one of the key makeup artists on TV's popular "Law & Order," are ideal for hi-definition makeup whether or not you're in front of a camera. This formula is soft, silky, and gentle even for sensitive skin. It's light enough for everyday use, but with enough coverage to perform through even the most demanding of circumstances.
Finding the right match: The MAC, RCMA, Cinema Secrets, Visora or Black Opal equivalent to each color is given below. M stands for MAC, R for RCMA, C for Cinema Secrets, V for Visora, B for Black Opal. For instance the color "Pecan" Appears as: "Pecan, Eq: B:Hazelnut," which is short for "Pecan, Equivalent: Black Opal:Hazelnut." No more than one equivalent color is listed per Graftobian color. Look for these equivalencies in the image chart above.
Several years ago, we asked Hollywood makeup artist Brad Look, who worked on "Star Trek Enterprise," to help us create a line of colors comprised of the most commonly used shades in the professional makeup business today. With Brad's extensive knowledge of digital and HDTV color requirements, we knew he was the guy to make this series of color happen in the timeless and tremendously useful way. These shades of makeup are the result of Brad's efforts, as are their matching 64 shades of our HD GlamAire(tm) airbrush makeup. We hope you find them as useful for you as Brad, his Hollywood makeup artist peers, wedding artists, magazine/print media artists, etc., have found these professional HD cremes over the years.