Finally, i finished painting the Beautician character after a series of incidents ( once the Photoshop crashed and I didn't save my progress and other electricity gone), I just learned from now on I'll be touching the cmd+ S keys every time :)
So for this Beautician Character, which I had my design already, I started to add some colour, being him a proud of himself for becoming what he is in his profession, I decided to give him, I would say a ' Clean' look, and sophisticated, as we ll know, most of the male beauticians have this delicate way of fashion. So keeping the 'Quiff', I decided to shine it up a bit, looking like hehas huge amounts of gel on (Brylcreem :P), For the skin tones, I decided to give him this clean look but at the same time oiled, so looks he just had put any cream on his face. For the clothing, I based my painting on a previous post where I researched the 50's hairdressers uniforms. A clean shirt, with black trousers and some 2-tone shows. Also I had this scarf featuring the same colours of a "logger" shirt, but instead of the normal fabric, I depicted as if it was satin to add a more delicate look.
I did want to go hyper-realistic with my colour palette, So I just used around 3 tones for every colour.