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
Lea Valente, went through cancer twice, and she still is shining bright, living life to the fullest, and enjoying every minute. This special guest post will also be also featured in Dress To Kill magazine, this summer. Continue reading
It’s always a great pleasure to get to do makeup and a photo-session on a woman I find very interesting and captivating (by my own standards). And yes there is something more to beauty than an Instagram face.
It’s a cliché, but you meet the right people at the right time, and sometimes in the most unceremonious ways. I met Andy through Cesar, my main photographer/partner in crime. She hired us to make some new head shots.
It turned out to be one of the most inspirational meetings of last year! Continue reading
It’s been a year already! A BIG year of Making Up The Magic, of creating visual dialogues while exploring the faces of women and the meaning of beauty, beyond the trends. And to celebrate, I’m going beyond the surface. Continue reading
Short is on the rise! After so much long hair obsessions (and extensions), it’s all about the cool girl who wants to keep it simple and lovely. Cue in my friend Joyce, with her super short hair, for some makeup fun and photos!
I always liked to glam up my mother and my sister and use them as models. It’s still something I love to do, and I recently convinced friend and journalist, Mariève, to model some glamour looks for the camera, and the blog. Beauty is all around, and it’s more than a certain look to a face: beauty is about it’s personality. Continue reading
In these day of sexy everything, Tilda Swinton is a refreshing beacon of grace and beauty. Her unique beauty is now the inspiration behind Face Painter, François Nars spring 2015 collection. And in case you are wondering, here’s why.
When I think about all the women that have inspired me, I can’t help but to associate that inspiration to their auras, which could be summed up to be a combination of their personality and their looks. I have to admit that these days it’s becoming harder to find inspirational women in mainstream media. Image: Charlotte Rampling by François Nars.