My influence has always been led by fashion whilst I work on the latest catwalk shows in London, Milan and Paris and look-books in New York.
When I arrived on the ‘Wild Thing’ photoshoot I was captivated by the flowers at Manor Garden. There was an abundance of colour, and I waited for the final flower bouquet to be created as I wanted to enhance the similar colour theme.
My style is always about creating perfect flawless skin, and I always prepare the skin with a face massage using Steam cream moisturiser. This acts as the perfect base before foundation ....
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As a make-up artist I was thrilled to be approached by the owners of Jules B to be their make-up artist for the AW17 campaign and Jules B Magazine for AW17.
Throughout the two day photo shoot we were concentrating on Menswear and Womenswear, showcasing some superb designers in fashion in ultimate luxury.
Be warned you will read the magazine and will want to have a spending spree on yourself !!! Take a look at the magazine here
I got a chance to work alongside other creatives in the industry to create some stunning images.
Photographer Chris Davis...
In February I got to work in NYC for Pratt Institute on their latest lookbook and a chance to work with some amazing creative in the industry.
As we are now in autumnal months when everyone wants to wear their make-up different than they would in the summer months. Keep the skin fresh and modern but add the drama of a burgundy lip…. why not you will stand out from the crowd?
I am a huge believer in preparing the skin before I apply any make-up on the skin and will spend a good time massaging the face before I apply the skinbase whether it is a foundation or even a light coverage of concealer...
I have so many proud moments in my career and this month it is seeing my work on front cover of the latest issue of Belle Bridal Magazine.
The brief was all about 1950 inspired glamour of “Dior” inspired dresses with the dramatic red lipstick to create the perfect “red carpet” style of make-up.
To create the look I used:
Foundation and concealer: Veil Cover Cream
Eyeshadow: Charlotte Tilbury in Glamour Muse
Eyeliner: Marc Jacob Gel Eyeliner in Black
Lip Pencil: Ariane Poole Gel lipliner in Maraschino
Lipstick: Marc Jacob in Goddess
In February I got to work in New York City for Pratt Institute on their latest lookbook and a chance to work with some amazing creative in the industry.
I wanted to share with you and will share more in the future of how I create the looks which have been published in magazines, online or for campaigns and editorials.
On an evening a strong look is perfect and with the festival season of music and art looming why not embrace this look…..
I am a huge believer in preparing the skin before I apply any make-up on the skin and will spend a good time massaging the face before I apply the skinbase...
As the beauty columnist for La Di Da Magazine I am so excited to see when La Di Da Magazine is released on each issue. I quickly open the copy of the page of my beauty column (this issue it is page 15).
This issue it is about the strength of the red lipstick that truly never goes out of date and can be worn in any season throughout the year. This image was taken from an editorial shoot with Next Clothing for this issue and during the day I created this stunning look with lipstick by Pixi by Petra.
Make-up used to create the look and full credit to the Team
Foundation: Veil Cover...
When Unveiled Magazine asked me to create the make-up for these latest images for the Issue 06 I was so excited. My inspiration for this look comes from working backstage on all the catwalk shows in London, Paris and Milan with a mixture of a “ethereal look” taken from the oil paintings who created this magical aspect to the skin. The make-up I used to create this “editorial look” was by Pat McGrath. The skin had this “editorial glow” especially on the cheekbones where it was truly captured by the camera.
Full credit to the amazing team
I am so excited to see my latest work in NOCTIS MAGAZINE - " BETWEEN THE LINES"
In February I had the most amazing opportunity to create the make-up and work in NYC for Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. The team were all working on their latest look books with the up and coming designers from the university.
This look in NOCTIS Magazine is all about creating a futuristic aspect to the make-up to make the skin look like sheer cashmere silk and the drama being all about the dark lipstick.
Make-up used to create the look:
Skin moisturiser - Steamcream
Foundation and Concealer...
I am truly excited at this moment in time to see my work In Vogue IT.
The make-up look I created for the shoot was all about a "wet" dewy finish on the skin as well as the eyelids using the editorial stick by Pat McGrath. You can see all the photographs here.
Watch a short video of the shoot by following this link.
Full Credits to the Team:
Photographer: ASIA WERBEL
Stylist: TAHNEE MITRA
Makeup Artist: JO LEVERSUCH
Hair: GLYNN JONES (using BUMBLE AND BUMBLE)
Manicurist: JULIE LEE (using CHANEL)
Styling Assistant: MARCO BORTONE
I am speechless when i got to work with Alex Cannon …as well as the most captivating eyes Alex is a true gentleman.
To create the look for Alex on this shoot I used the following products:
Veil Cover Cream
Johnson's Baby Gel
See the full article and all the photographs here.
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