Pink & Grunge overtones, big dolly eyes. Get ready for a 70s obsession… I’m not sure when I’m going to stop!Continue reading
The movie Cabaret is what turned me into a Liza *with a z fan. The perfect 70’s movie, while fashionably being a 1930’s period drama about the rise of Hitler. Now that’s entertainment, ladies and gentlemen.Continue reading
For such a feminine colour, pink can also be stark, intense and sharp. Cool vs warm, edgy vs sexy, it’s up to you to choose what pink your dreams are made of.Continue reading
Orange? I know… it’s not the colour most people think of when they think of summer makeup. They think of hot pink, coral, peach… But Orange is the bold statement to make–If you dare.
The Perfect Orange
Somewhere (over the rainbow) of September 2018, I had the realization that no matter how many faces I photographed, or worked on, I was running on automatic pilot. At the time, my life revolved between working a day job. Then, after work, I would be organizing my photoshoots. A shoot involved me doing the makeup, hair, coaching the model, and taking the pictures, plus editing the images!Continue reading
It’s been a year of revision of priorities. Instead of working on 15 beginner models, I’ve been working on a few select faces. One of these being mine, which has been quite a wonderful surprise for myself. The other “regular face” has been a colleague who turned singer and songwriter.Continue reading
It’s been a while. Even for these images; we shot them in early spring, but to me they looked quite fall-ish so I decided to keep them for a rainy day. Continue reading
It’s been a crazy two months, between working my ass off for the holidays and changes at work, I haven’t really had time to make any new “Makeup-On-A-Model” posts. To be honest, my mind was a huge blank. But I’m back with a lot of help from a makeup friend. Continue reading
I’ve seen many phases of how the digital and internet revolutions have changed the value of images. So I want to speak up. It’s a controversial subject, but I wanted to share my point of view to the new (and young) people coming into the fold.
How does one reinvent glamour? That’s the question I’ve been grappling with. I am a big fan of glam, you know… Jerry Hall, Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth, love them, been inspired, copied. But I want to look to the future, because that woman is from the golden age of Hollywood, and she doesn’t exist anymore. Continue reading