It’s finally time to share the beauty created in the Holdfast shoot. In conjunction with Love Beth Events, myself and a host of Adelaide vendors collaborated to portray a stunning nautical themed styled wedding shoot around the docks at Port … Continue reading →
Earlier this year I was lucky enough to be approached to do makeup for Adelaide modelling agency AZALEA for some of their up and coming faces. I constantly swooned over the natural beauty of the girls I made up and the confidence … Continue reading →
Another wonderful shoot with Hex Photography for volume 10 of Freque Magazine. This issue’s theme was white so what better way to incorporate the shade than with white foundation which I applied across our beautiful model Bianca Cooper’s eye area … Continue reading →
Two extremely admirable and motivated women are creating waves in Adelaide with their event management business Fashion Fever Networking. From hosting fashion parades to fully structured photo shoots the girls Angie and Anna aim to get creatives mingling and give those in … Continue reading →
This animalistic look I was lucky enough to collaborate with the super creative Hex Photography and the stunning Amy Hancock with has been featured in the latest volume of Freque Magazine. Click here to grab your digital or physical copy to … Continue reading →
It sure was a long time coming. Almost a year, in fact. Adelaide photographer Don Brice contacted me to assist him in a side project. A series of portraits of men and women structured into an androgynous fashion; men sporting a … Continue reading →
I’m not sure Teo Magazine could have sourced a better face for one of the business owner winners of the free advertising space in their upcoming first issue.
Owner of Adelaide based label Closet Mod, Jordan is fittingly enough receiving attention from mod aficionados in the United Kingdom so thought it was high time she let Adelaidian’s know that it’s okay to strut by the malls balls in knee high stocking, Mary Jane’s and an A-Line houndstooth dress.
We took the makeup to a traditional place. Block colouring a smoky eye finished with a slightly flicked liner, beautifully flawless skin and barely there lips. Last of all the proverbial icing on the cake was the white waterline, opening Loren’s eyes to an even more doe-eyed gaze.
Key products used included Napoleon Perdis Alabaster China Doll gel liner, Inglot Freedom System Lipstick #24, MAC Painterly Paint Pot and MAC Limited Edition shadow collection Interior Life.