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This lovely actor wanted some natural makeup for her headshots that would accentuate her features but not look too made up. See below for products used.
Foundation: MAC Face and Body N1 + white
Concealer: Airbase palette
Contour: Benefit Hoola
Brows: Benefit Brow Zings and Gimme Brow in Dark
Eyes: Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Eyeshadow Palette
Some of my recent work. This is the second time I've done makeup for Miss V. We did a brown smokey eye for some special occasion makeup.
Primer: Benefit Porefessional Primer
Foundation: MAC Face and Body
Powder: Rimmel translucent powder
Brows: Benefit Browzings and Benefit Gimme Brow
Eyes: Urban Decay Gwen Stefani palette
Mascara: Benefit They're Real
Highlight: Anastasia Beverly Hills
Contour: Benefit Hoola
Lips: MAC lipstick in Angel
I had the wonderful opportunity to do makeup at "The White Show" fashion show at Central Saint Martins (CSM).
CSM is an arts college in London with many notable alumni including Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney. So, it goes without saying that there are many talented students showing off their work on the runway!
The White Show is the first show for first year students to present their work. They are limited to only using felt and cotton materials and all work must be white only!
On Friday I had the opportunity to help out at the "Teen Unite Fighting Cancer" fundraising gala dinner event.
My friend and fellow makeup artist, Laura Tucker, rounded up a number of MUAs and hairdressers to donate their time and skills at the event. It was my pleasure to help make these brave teens and some wonderful staff feel glamorous for the big night!
For information regarding Teens Unit see:
Check out Laura at:
Halloween is a pretty wonderful time of year for a makeup artist and this year was no exception!
The day before Halloween I got the opportunity to work at the British Museum for their Day of the Dead (or Dias de los Muertos) event doing sugar skull face painting. It was a face paced, crazy time and I think we must have painted sugar skulls onto about 100 people each in the four hours we were working. Wonderful madness!
On Halloween night I had the absolute pleasure of being hired to do some super fun face paint makeup for the night's festivities. Four sugar skulls and a sexy snake later, this group was ready to start partying! I also did some of my own Viking makeup for the night - not sure if real Vikings wore fake eyelashes but I think they suited! ;)