February 11th 2015 marked the very first Fashion Concept event curated by Adelaide label Willow & Grace’s designer Hue Le. Big things lie ahead for this event which saw a grand turn out at the Nexus Cabaret Centre with the … Continue reading
Many of my clients stumble when asked the question “What is your skin type?” For makeup artists it’s one of the most important things to know about the face we are about to make up. We need to know how … Continue reading
Bellis fruit bars, being a brat, shortening that school skirt and the 90’s. School’s out.
Hair and make up by Lalka’s Face
Kaya’s makep required neutrals, a soft glow on the cheeks and not much more!
Styled by Style Story Blog
Photography by Natasha Mulroney Photography
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
As a MyerOne card holder I receive regular brochures from Myer in the mail. Thinking nothing of all the wonderful inclusions of some highly sought after makeup brands in the last catalogue, I never got around to using the vouchers provided … 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
I for one will be donning purple lips at any given chance this winter! I love it! From daring to totally wearable, I think we’ll be seeing a lot of purple lips! This is probably more on the fun side … 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