A Drag of a How-To
Patrick Loranger started doing drag four years ago.
After Patrick had started performing and finding his persona more
he then changed his drag name to Charity Kase.
Patrick starts out clean-shaven and his hair gelled back.
The first thing that he does is glue his eyebrows down
with an Elmer's glue stick and translucent powder.
This is so he can later create an eyebrow shape of his choosing.
Next is to apply full coverage stick foundation
as well as a highlight and contour color and blend them into the skin
to create a more feminine facial structure.
Next is to apply a winged liner as well as set is with black eyeshadow.
Following the foundation, powder is applied under the eyes,
on the cheekbones, on the bottom of the jawline, and on the chin
to “bake” as well as set the foundation in place.
Now that the winged liner is done, he applies a white shadow on top
to create the illusion of a bigger eye, as well as freehand some eyebrows.
The final parts of the face come together with blue eyeshadow,
large false lashes, and a blue overdrawn lip. Finally, once the face is done,
Patrick jumps into a dress, adds jewelry, and pops on a wig
He has now become Charity Kase.