My resent photos and work as a makeup designer with my team of makeup assistant for Jewellery Show in Somerset House London.
Was a great opportunity to be working with finest and best jewellery designers and be part of the creative team and design the makeup for the catwalk show.
This exclusive two-day event showcases the work of the most up-and-coming new designs and trends in the world of jewellery. Over 140 eminent brands featured at the event including the likes of Beaverbrooks, Fope, Lalique, Jorg Grat, Seiko and Marmalade.
“Heading up the makeup team for the Jewellery Show London 2013 for the second time was an incredible experience. It was great to be sponsored by one of my favorite Makeup products brand Kryolan makeup . To create the catwalk looks, my team and I prepare the makeup with Ultra Fluit Foundation by Kryolan After setting with Kryolan translucent powder where it need. I created the bold eyeliner eye makeup look with round finish.
On the top I use cream liner in black by Kryolan follow by water resistant black liquid eyeliner in back for more intensity . On the bottom lush line and inside the water line I use Mac eye kohl in Minted follow by Kryolan HD skin liner -40
To finish the look, I used Faceliner :51 for perfect lips follow by Lipstick Fashion 029
What a great pleasure when photographer ask me if i wanted to involve as a makeup and hair artist for Triumph’s Woman in making campaign for Fashion Designer Roksanda Ilincic.
The campaign, titled ‘Supporting Women in Making’, has seen Triumph reach out to a number of women (dubbed ‘makers’) across a variety of creative disciplines in a celebration of true feminine craftsmanship and expertise. The roster of female ambassadors is impressive – sassy, retro pop siren Paloma Faith, celebrity chef Gizzi Erskine, stylist Grace Woodward and designer Roksanda Ilincic
Triumph is taking its supportive role of women quite literally this season. The historic lingerie house has launched a campaign to back female creatives looking to break into business.
Was a very long day shooting in studio and making video in the same time is a challenge for producers ,photographer and art director , but with great talented people every job is much easier.
Here is the final images from the photographic shoot in Stylist Magazine
I had a chance to be working and create a look for Wallis collection and their new monochrome designers look for this season.
Was many changes and makeup and hair for day time was more simple and natural and progresses bit stronger on the eyes and wavy soft hair for night time look.
My makeup on the model was fresh glowing skin and smokey black eyes.
No eyeshadow where apply on the sockets line. I just kept very clean and matte with translucent powder.
I kept the lips very nude and main focus was on the eyes more in between the lash line with black eye pencil follow by liner , but very bold without any side flicks. This look is very much more effective when is filmed in black and white.