Makeup - Myself (ShowMe MakeUp)
Model - Kate Errington
Photography - Martin Higgs
Retoucher - Stefka Pavlova
I’ve seen many MUAs (makeup artists) creating some lip looks with drips and splashes of colour.
So I decided to jump on the bandwagon and use their images as inspiration for a couple of looks such as the one above.
I used LimeCrime Lipstick in Cosmopop (pastel orange mango shade) to cover the entire lip surface, and then in the centre of the lips I applied Sleek Makeup Pout paint in Orange. To create the drip, I mixed the pout paint in with a bit of glycerin!
Our retoucher, Stefka Pavlova, created a couple of colour combos in post production to create this funky image! :)
This is one of the images from the latex & feather shoot I was booked on this week. I did a quick write-up on a mobile image I uploaded from this look a couple of days ago. This makeup is really simple to create as it’s not about being neat or too precise!
Photographer - Terence Mendoza
Here is a quick look I created yesterday for a feather & latex shoot.
Blue gradient lips using a LimeCrime lipstick in the centre, and a Blue pout paint from Sleek around the outer edge of the lips.
For the eyes, it’s a simple look. I didn’t want anything to precise or neat, so I used a splayed out brush and dragged Black face paint up and out around the eyes. I made a stencil with tiny hole in and sprayed through it using my airbrush. I filled in the centre of the lids with the same Black face paint, and sprayed over it with my airbrush for a more opaque look. Then I added a hint of watery blue to the edges, using the same technique.
I placed some AB Flip Swarovski crystals at the corners just to spruce it up a bit. Feather lashes added to match the feathers in the outfit - Done!
This a makeup look I did a few years back. It’s really simple to recreate.
I used an airbrush, but the same technique can be achieve with eyeshadow.
To get the print effect;
Take a pair of fishnet tights, and stretch across the models face (you made need a hand, so ask your model to hold the tights in place) be sure that whichever way you position the diamond shapes, that you match them up as you work your way across the face / body. Otherwise it won’t be consistent.
I sprayed two colours as you can see, and I used tape down the nose, to give me a perfect line.
You use a sponge dipped in eyeshadow or body paint, and dab over the tights continually until you’re happy with the opacity of the colour. Then carefully pull the tights away and remove any defining tape.
For the lips, you can mix the same eyeshadow colour with lipgloss like I did here. Have fun!
MakeUp: Me (Shonagh Scott)
Photography: Martin Higgs
Model: Gina Negus
I love a bit of leopard print! I’m not one for wearing it clothing-wise, but I am definitely a fan of creating it to wear on the face!
If you want to see how I created this look, then watch my tutorial: http://youtu.be/7kD8Pv2O4Ps
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Makeup - Me (Shonagh Scott)
Photographer - Martin Higgs
Model - Joanna Power
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