Sunday, 30 January 2011
Well it seems such a long time ago since we all felt some sunshine, and so looking back over the Summer images, I came across a great image of Nicole and Lionel on our trip we did to Palma, in Majorca for the hilarious German TV show 'Wetten Das'!
The show was filmed in the amphitheater there, with lots of crazy goings on - it ended with Mr Richie on the back of a donkey no less, as he lost a prediction in one of the games a contestant was playing, against Nicole and the forfeit being a donkey ride!
Nicole wore a stunning Kaftan dress from her collection 'Winter Kate' together with her own hair jewelry.
For Nicole's Makeup I used:
-Eyes by 'NARS' in 'Daphne' a deep Violet
-Highlighted in the corner of the eyes by the nose with 'NARS' 'D.Gorgeous' a matte dusky Lilac stunning shades and tones that were picked out from the silk she wore.
-'MAC' black 'Smoulder' Kohl pencil inside the eye lid at the bottom
- A very light dusting of Mineral powder foundation by 'The Green People' in 'Caramel'
-With a hint of 'MAC' 'Strobe Cream' on the cheek bones, brow and lightly down the nose, to give an over all gently glow
- Followed by 'NARS' 'Madly' on the cheeks - a seashell pink, gorgeous
-Lips were ''NARS' 'Belize'
For Nicole's Hair:
I used my all time favorite 'TOTALLY BEACHIN' Body and Waves styling spary by TIGI who I've been using for years. Its one of the best products I have found and worked with over the past year.
It helps add texture without weighing down the hair, brushes out to enable the next hair design to follow if needed, and in this case it created a tousled yet styled look full of movement and volume, that I created from spraying into the hair all over and then curling sections slightly to give a little definition. It comes with scent of Coconut too!
Maritza has spent several years behind the camera, and has decided upon a change in career, so contacted me to put together a 4 day Makeup & Hair Master Class that would cover many of the basic essentials for anyone wishing to get into this ever changing, ever evolving industry. On the 3rd day I organized a shoot, with 3 makeup and hair changes and 4 set ups. Here's how it went - amazingly !!!
Many thanks go to Mark Outram and his fabulous photography http://www.markoutram.com/