After 20 years, I still get a thrill when I see tearsheets with my work. That's me in the top corner sporting my Zuca and Seventeen hot off the press.
This editorial is in the September issue of Seventeen magazine, Singapore. To see the rest of the story you will just have to buy the issue on the stands now!
Want to know my secrets from the shoot?
As I always do, I prepped our model's skin with Dermalogica skincare.
Foundation: DiorSkin Nude Natural Glow Hydrating Makeup 021
Blush: Shiseido Luminizing Satin Face Color RS 302
MAC Cosmetics Straw Harvest on the lid
Yaby Cosmetics First Snow in the tear duct
Part way through our shoot I glammed up the eye with a little wing-tipped liner. To achieve the look I used an eyeliner pencil and a flat angled shadow brush. Sweep your angled shadow brush back and forth on your kohl pencil and then with eyes open looking directly into the mirror brush on to create a softer wing-tip liner look.
*TIP Applying eye shadow with your eyes opened will give you a better idea of where you want to place your makeup. Try this 'open-eye' technique for creating/cheating your crease - eyes should be opened naturally and not an exaggerated stare.
I prepped the model's hair using Phyto Hair products. The voluminzing spray is amazing! Not sticky and gives great grip to the hair. I then set her hair on ceramic hot rollers I got from good ole Target!
Sadly you can't see them in my blog, but I applied MINX Pulse; aren't these ridiculously cool!! LOVE MINX