I did the make-up for Sarah (photo below) before she went to the London Pallidium for the Royal Variety Show.
This is based on a flawless foundation look, with key blusher and contouring, without it looking too made-up… combined with ultra strong lips in a bright colour trend, perfect for festive parties, and show-stopping strong eyes. This look is all about the parties, the dancing, the shows and the glitz.
“Loved it, felt amazing all evening thanks to you & Vicki Lord Session-Stylist 😘!! Thank you so much for doing it in your lunch hour, I love coming to see you fab ladies.”
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Hair and make-up artist: Kelli Waldock, www.kelliwaldock.co.uk
Photography: Dream Photography, www.dreamphotography2012.co.uk
Vixen model: Meg Lodge
Virginal model: Harriet
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Hair and Make-up Artist: www.kelliwaldock.co.uk
Model: Meg Lodge
Working with two lovely models and Kent wedding and portrait photographer Debbie. You can see some of her work on: http://www.dreamphotography2012.co.uk
Shoot images coming soon…
Are you a Kent-based bride-to-be? Do you need somebody to bring out your natural beauty on your wedding day? And perhaps a make-up artist for your bridesmaids too?
Well, please come to see me and let’s discuss your perfect make-up look for the best day of your life…
On Sunday, the 22nd of October, I will be at the Detling Wedding Show, ready to take your bookings for bridal make-up.
I have been asked to do the make-up for the models on stage for the Vicki Lord bridal hair show too.
To find out more head to my bridal package page.
Applying make-up on men is a tricky one, as there is a fine line with looking unnatural and looking caked… mainly because men usually have different pores and facial hair to woman… so make-up can look like cake-up.
Most men opt for a really natural look, just wanted to enhance features. Jan is used to wearing make-up as an actor and for photoshoots too – but for a film festival he wanted to look his best self, on and off camera… and this meant a clear, and light application of Airbase airbrushing foundation mixed to his rich skin tone, to further create a flawless but still natural look.
Applying some contouring, along Jan’s already structured face, just to replace what can be lost during foundation application. You can really see this along his cheekbone.
I added balm to Jan’s lips and brushed through his brows, and used buds and Vaseline.
Find out more about Jan’s films: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2833973/