Now Playing Tracks

showmemakeup:

This is the first of two images I’m going to share with you. This was the result of a creative shoot that myself and Martin decided to collaborate on.


Model - Heather Webb
Photographer - Martin Higgs
Make-Up - Me

I prepped Heathers face using Embryolisse moisturiser. Then I applied a primer from Loreal – Studio Secrets.
Next I took my Dinair Airbrush, and I sprayed Alabaster foundation onto Heather’s face, neck and shoulders. I chose this shade, as it’s a few shades lighter than Heather natural skin tone, which was important for this look.
Using MAC kohl liner in ‘Smolder’, I coloured in her eyelids and using a blending brush, I worked this up to meet the brows. This gave the eyeshadows a base to stick to.
I took a Matte Black shadow from my BH Cosmetics palette and I pushed that all over the lids, up and into the brow for a dense Black colour. I also ran this colour under the bottom lashes.
I placed some Scotch tape symmetrically down the cheeks to form two columns in which to spray onto with my airbrush. I got my model to close her eyes, and then I sprayed Black from Dinair’s Fantasy range, from the eyelids, down on to the cheeks to build a gradual fade. Then I peeled away the tape to reveal perfect spray lines.
Next, I pulled apart some feathers that I purchased from a haberdashery & glued them upright to the brows using my Duo glue. On top of the feathers, I also glued some clear crystals in a line.
I mixed a little Black eye shadow from MUA Cosmetics, with a clear lip-gloss, and I painted that over the lids and brow bone, to create a glossy grungy appearance to the eyes.
I lined the lips with a Black kohl pencil from Avon, and using the same mixture of eye shadow and lip-gloss, I filled in the lips.
Lastly, I lined my models waterline with MAC liner in ‘Smolder’, applied a coat of ‘Zoom’ lash mascara - also by MAC, and then I applied some false lashes by Eylure.
Zoom Info
Camera
iPhone
Aperture
f/2.8

showmemakeup:

This is the first of two images I’m going to share with you. This was the result of a creative shoot that myself and Martin decided to collaborate on.
  • Model - Heather Webb
  • Photographer - Martin Higgs
  • Make-Up - Me
  • I prepped Heathers face using Embryolisse moisturiser. Then I applied a primer from Loreal – Studio Secrets.
  • Next I took my Dinair Airbrush, and I sprayed Alabaster foundation onto Heather’s face, neck and shoulders. I chose this shade, as it’s a few shades lighter than Heather natural skin tone, which was important for this look.
  • Using MAC kohl liner in ‘Smolder’, I coloured in her eyelids and using a blending brush, I worked this up to meet the brows. This gave the eyeshadows a base to stick to.
  • I took a Matte Black shadow from my BH Cosmetics palette and I pushed that all over the lids, up and into the brow for a dense Black colour. I also ran this colour under the bottom lashes.
  • I placed some Scotch tape symmetrically down the cheeks to form two columns in which to spray onto with my airbrush. I got my model to close her eyes, and then I sprayed Black from Dinair’s Fantasy range, from the eyelids, down on to the cheeks to build a gradual fade. Then I peeled away the tape to reveal perfect spray lines.
  • Next, I pulled apart some feathers that I purchased from a haberdashery & glued them upright to the brows using my Duo glue. On top of the feathers, I also glued some clear crystals in a line.
  • I mixed a little Black eye shadow from MUA Cosmetics, with a clear lip-gloss, and I painted that over the lids and brow bone, to create a glossy grungy appearance to the eyes.
  • I lined the lips with a Black kohl pencil from Avon, and using the same mixture of eye shadow and lip-gloss, I filled in the lips.
  • Lastly, I lined my models waterline with MAC liner in ‘Smolder’, applied a coat of ‘Zoom’ lash mascara - also by MAC, and then I applied some false lashes by Eylure.

We make Tumblr themes