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How sweet as pie is Loren?
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.
Hair and makeup | Lalka’s Face
Model | Loren
Photography | Adam Stanley Photography
Styling | Closet Mod