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All things beauty and then some. Andrea Claire has been a hairstylist and makeup artist for 23 years now. A Canadian based in Singapore since 2007, she has appeared on Asia's Next Top Model, Yahoo Asia, Canadian Idol, So Chic and more.

Get the face of an angel with this ethereal beauty inducing product

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By Andrea Claire · April 5, 2015 · 0 Comments ·

The Queen of glow will forever be JLo but you can be a runner up! 
The photo on the left I am wearing Guerlain Terracotta Skin healthy glow foundation in NUDE, and Marc Jacobs Alive pot concealer.

On the right  I added Victoria's Secret Fresh Face Brightening Gel Cream. I love the glow it gives! Apply under your base or over. I've tried it both ways. The cooling effect is very refreshing - I bet this would be a lovely 'end of workday need to run for cocktails' beauty boost or a gorgeous bridal glow.

I bought this during a recent trip to Dubai but I'm sure that you can find it everywhere! 

*From a pure vanity standpoint, I hate what my iPhone did to my nose, so ignore my nose and just focus in on the cheek glow. (I bet most didn't even think about my nose until this sentence. Just proves that angles can make or b(r)eak you! 

I can't locate an image for the VS Fresh Face Brightening Gel but the other products that I'm wearing are here:


Guerlain Terracotta Skin Healthy Glow Foundation $51.00 USD at Neiman Marcus


Marc Jacobs Beauty Re(Marc)able Full Cover Concealer $32.00 USD at Sephora

Nikkie Plessen was recently in town to launch Nikkie at Takashimaya!

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By Andrea Claire · March 22, 2015 · 0 Comments ·

If you are a woman who wears clothes, but are not familiar with the Nikkie line, I suggest you peruse Nikkie.com. With a price point similar to Karen Millen or Ted Baker, Nikkie's clothes are versatile and can layer with a rock'n'roll edge. ❤️❤️ 

It's always a pleasure to have Nikkie in my hotseat! 

The obligatory tricky mirror shot that reveals both hair & makeup. Nikkie wanted an exaggerated upsept hair look.

Maria-Rosa who is Nikkie director of sales and marketing for Asia. 

Flashback to our December shoot

From Vogue.NL

Team Andrea!! Sian (my assistant) and I in our Nikkie A-lister caps!!

Thanks Nikkie!

*hair & makeup by me, assisted by Sian Payne.

Flying reimagined with Etihad Airways

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By Andrea Claire · March 20, 2015 · 0 Comments ·


Etihad Airways
now sits in as one of the top 10 airlines globally and with it's #6 spot it's no surprise considering the many on-board perks! These perks include: headsets that can be used to communicate with other passengers who are seated on your flight, and in any class; plus a nanny on-hand for extra help when flying with small children. We fly tomorrow to Dubai, but sorry, Etihad... on another airline that we already booked before my tour! I would have loved to see your nanny in action with #stuffZoiesays  


'The Residence
' as seen in the TV commercial with Nicole Kidman also comes equipped with its own butler for you (don't expect someone named Keith)  - and don't forget to book your limo ride to and from the airport - that comes with your room in the sky too!  

For those who have flown to the U.S, you know how frustrating it can be to clear customs. Well, Etihad, staying ahead of the curve, has a U.S customs clearance in Abu Dhabi which, for those living the expat li(f)e, why not puddle jump through Abu Dhabi where no matter which class you fly in, this is just part of their service! 

Going to Paris? A direct SQ flight to Europe is approximately 12 hours, alternatively you can choose 1-stop with Etihad connecting in Abu Dhabi. The arrival time is the same as the direct flight, but the stop allows you to stretch your legs for those who need it. I know sometimes you just want to get there... but if 12 consecutive hours on a plane doesn't tickle your fancy, this option might. [I know my fancy hurts sitting on it for 12 hours]

As any airline, you have a plethora of airplane food with choices; an Arabian-inspired dish, Western (chicken or fish), and a vegetarian option. When booking flights most airlines will cater to dietary restraints so if you are on an all carb diet, let them know upon booking... err... or if you are gluten-free. However, the GF guests will miss out on the in-house bakery items where one roll is an exclusive secret recipe. Yum! 

With Etihad they take pride in you being a guest in their home no matter which class you are in. Guest response is important to them; for example: your food choice ran out? Expect a letter of apology upon arrival and in some cases that letter is accompanied by points or even a flight voucher! (I wish I had that last year offered to me on my Air Canada business class flight to Paris from Toronto, where my movies wouldn't work and the flight was full - *cough cough* Air Canada...) 

Thanks to Etihad Airways for offering the tour and tastings with other Luxury Network members! 

GREAT TRAVELER TIP Flying out of Singapore? Changi airport has a special services office for those who need to bypass the lines, whether you are Nicole Kidman or someone like me, on crutches. Check out your options here

Fresh opens in Singapore at ION

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By Andrea Claire · March 19, 2015 · 0 Comments ·

From Fresh beginnings in 1991 in Boston to it's 2015 premiere opening in Singapore at ION, the chain's stores' mosaic flooring still mimics the original where customers feel at ease globally with the sense of artisanal familiarity and comfort like a classic pair of your favourite jeans.  


image source 

The ribbon-cutting event was complete with rose decorated cupcakes, champagne and a lion dance. I skipped the cupcakes and lion dance - 1/3 ain't bad. *wink*


There is a gift bar where all purchases can be gift wrapped, a reading corner and a sink for customers to take a sensorial tour by testing their plethora of products. 


The Creme Ancienne line is handmade by monks and I'm currently coveting the Nourishing Honey Mask; $140.00 USD at Neiman Marcus where the anti-aging benefits from honey and various oils include improving the skin's elasticity, enhancing glow, antioxidents and overall skin health.  


"For centuries, monks have used natural ingredients to create effective remedies. We sourced superior honey made from the Buckfast Bee, a hybrid species selected for only the best qualities developed by Brother Adam in the early 1900s at a monastery in England. This exceptional treatment offers an experience and results like none other and is truly a testament to the monks' scientific expertise."

Attendees of the opening were given a Fresh Life, not quite the do-over some of us wish for, but a vegetable-based soap enriched with moisturizing Shea butter and infused with a citrus scent. Their luxurious soaps with a high-end bespoke appeal, make a lovely gift for him, her, co-worker... anyone, whether to top-up a gift basket or on its own.

Obligatory 'I was there' photo.

Have you been using Fresh? What's your Fresh fave?   

Beauty Lust Haves || February 2015

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By Andrea Claire · February 2, 2015 · 0 Comments ·

Seriously! February?!  Time does NOT go by so slowly like Madonna claims. 

If you want to relive the past, my previous beauty lust lists can be found hereotherwise, no intro needed let's just jump into my latest beauty favourites.

Eye spy a new favourite eyeshadow! This is me. Considering I'm 43, *dust shoulders* not too shabby in the wrinkle department. Just like those who work out non-stop for killer bods, I'm kinda like a skincare / anti-aging fiend. Yes... I've had a little nip into the Botox and Thermage but skincare is also a massive commitment. Genes only gets you so far... urgh! Where was I? R-eye-t! Eyeshadow... 

Clearly there's a few on my eye here, but I'd like to draw attention to the liner which is based with a NARS grey pencil, but the one I applied over top with a bent liner brush is the one I want you all to get:


NARS 'Eye-Opening Act - Yeux Irresistible' Eyeshadow Palette (Limited Edition) (Nordstrom Exclusive) $48.00 USD at Nordstrom

NARS Thunderball (top right) is a midnight grey. I've used it a bit more dramatically here too. A fairly versatile colour that most skin tones can wear. I was surprised by the lack of fallout too.


Erborian CC Crème HD Soin Illuminateur Haute Définition €15.90 at Nocibé (you can find it at Sephora France too) was introduced to me by my good friend and fellow artist, Sital Patel. After asking me if I had tried it, without hesitation she dropped it into my basket while we were in Sephora Paris last summer with an enthusiastic 'You're going to love it! It's amazing!' She was right. Don't be afraid of the 'radiance cream' on the label - the finish is beautiful with a slight blurring effect. It consists of magical ingredients that sheerily (word?) mimics your skin colour so it works on everyone. As a makeup artist, I always use the (germaphobed cleaned) back of my hand as a palette - I like the warmth of my body to help melt cream products into the skin for better blending. It's my thing; but I do find that when I apply this to the back of my hand first, it affects the colour when I use it on the person in my hot-seat so I've gotten into the habit of dabbing it onto my model's skin first and then stippling with a sponge. Brushes I find tend to keep the warmth out of products so I utilize sponges too now and again. We all have our bag of tricks.



Lightbulb Foundation and Sponge Set
 $55.00 USD at Shu Uemura - if you are looking for chalk-like coverage than buy this foundation (that wasn't a compliment) but the sponge though!!! Love it. It's buttery texture is beautiful for blending. 

Have you ever wondered why your selfies aren't as sweet as some? Lighting! It makes all the difference. Looking towards a light source helps but if there isn't one available to you, shine your own. Here are two examples:

Valentine's Day gifts for her

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By Andrea Claire · February 1, 2015 · 0 Comments ·

Behind the scenes of Clara / Now Model Mgmt for a Her World Plus Valentine's fashion feature that I did hair & makeup on. 

I know many of you (my HB included) grumble about Valentine's Day being a Hallmark holiday, treating it more as a Doom's Day than having the desire to carry out any romantic gestures. Don't hate the players, hate the game!  If it's a partnered decision than I say: meh. You clearly don't need the hassle of romance in your life once a year. Maybe you aren't romantic or maybe you are everyday.

Me? I'm a Pisces therefore an incurable romantic suffering the pain and withdrawal from the lack of flowers and romance in my life. There. I said it. No longer suffering in silence... wait! Unless you count my HB lowering me onto the toilet post surgery last week? That's romantic... kinda... 

[my HB tends to read my blog on occasion to check up on me and see if I've shared any recent shopaholic purchases that he isn't aware of out of interest, so I will either a) get a romantic gesture or b) a discussion about this blog post...]

For those protesters: I mean reeeeaally... the amount of energy it takes for you to complain about the Hallmark holidays, you can be gettin' frisky from the warm aura you created with a bouquet of flowers you had delivered. 

Flowers all too common? Try these gift ideas instead:



Kate Spade New York Dear Valentine Love Bangle Bracelet
 $78.00 USD at Saks Fifth Avenue



Valentine's Day Keyfob
 $58.00 USD Juicy Couture and why not attach your apartment key while your at it?! This would be for couples dating. If you suddenly give your wife your apartment key, she's going to have questions.


   
I'm dying for this Shikari Gown from Gnossem. If you order now for her it just may get there in time. I don't think that there is anything sexier / more romantic than a man buying a dress for his fairly more significant other and topping it off with a dinner reservation. Want to make it a grand night? Add in a blowout and makeup for her too - just be careful; if you aren't married yet she just may expect a ring if you go too full on.  

Kiss & Tell! Give her the gift of Bombshell by Charlotte Tilbury via NetaPorter

Hug Me perspex clutch by Charlotte Olympia, approx $724 SGD on The Outnet

Yes. These are what you think they are. BALLLLZZZZZZ! I stumballed upon them yesterday - things you find while on bedrest. ;P 

"I started making balls because I had an inspired dream when I was in Italy... that I could do ANYTHING I wanted to if I JUST HAD THE BALLS. It's about having COURAGE... It's about having HEART . . . and I like shiny shit. I like GOLD!" LA-based fashion stylist, Karina Torrico / GoldBallz.com

Give the gift of courage. 

Nothing says 'I love you' like balls around you neck.

New meaning to 'ball & chain'?

#hipreplacement for the under 45

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By Andrea Claire · January 29, 2015 · 0 Comments ·

They say that the key to having successful social media posts is being able to reach out to people with professional information or topics that they can relate to while tying in personal experiences that connect you with others or an audience. 

Being a beauty pro, women are interested in my pro tips and tricks; gosh-golly-gee, who isn't interested in hearing shortcuts to looking fabulous! What else? An enabling shopaholic. A natural redhead, and then of course, being a mom of three; two young women (20 & 18) and the entertaining #stuffZoiesays… that's clearly a lot for someone who is not a blogger with a blog

My main career focus has never been 'writer' – I'm sure that's very clear to many of my journo-friends and also why this outlet has random postings… I'd rather be working on a supermodel than writing* about it… but here I lay, practically bedridden; day 6 of 60 of my medical leave post hip replacement.


Bored? Where to buy. 

First time here?? My medical drama recap

Before my slice and dice, I started the #hipreplacement research. I needed to find others whom I could relate to since hip replacement, although not common in 43 year old women, it's not uncommon either. So I write this for those like me, who are tired of helpful grandfathered anecdotes.

I know that personally, (especially the past two years) I've had days where I've had extreme physical pain that has affected how I look (tired) and also my attitude. Let's call it 'pangry' - not unlike its cousin 'hangry'.

Pangry: pain that affects your mood where you're just crabby for no other particular reason. I also suffer hangry issues, so on days with excess pain and hunger anyone near me was pretty much facked.

"Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about."

You see that #QOTD often. Everyone has something to deal with.

"My mommy is having surgery and my daddy doesn't know how to do manicures." 
#stuffZoiesays (6) went to the nurse's office while I was in hospital because she broke a nail... Resourceful child.  

Whether a devastating broken nail, an illness, your jeans shrunk, debt, death of a hamster etc etc... what does not kill you makes you stronger…

I returned home on January 27th after 4 days in the hospital.

Getting into the taxi at the hospital was a bit of a gong show which included me leaning on my walker, yelling in a morphine rage at the lineup of cars beginning to honk as my husband, hospital staff and driver stared at my forth attempt to get in.

Yes, I was cursing.  No. I'm not exaggerating. 

Before you leave the hospital I would suggest you research a clear way of getting in and out of a vehicle. It's not fun. Glad that's over for now.

Home supplies checklist

  • toilet seat raiser
  • walker (perhaps if granny** is done with hers you can borrow it)
  • crutches
  • grabber thingy
  • ice packs
  • white board I've listed all my painkillers and medications with times that I check off as I take them. I refresh the times as I go – ie if I nap. Generally I'm not clueless but a drug hazed memory is a tad unsafe.
  • support system whether virtual strangers ['sup Cleveland!!] or FaceTiming friends... oh, ya - I do have a husband. Our relationship hit a new level as he  regularly lowers me to the toilet... he leaves. I can't cross that line.
  • tequila nope... just checking if you're paying attention
  • scar therapy

I know that I said I hate talking about this but… I highly recommend a high fibre diet and any stool softening whatevers that they recommend; don't poo-poo them. Another gong show. That's all I'm gonna say…

Have a story to share? Link or comment below, that's ok with me.

And, for those who think I'm sharing too much… www.getalife.com 

Bell Let's Talk. I know some people tell you to keep silent about ailments; but strength comes in numbers. Don't go it alone. 

*FYI -I do like writing. It's just another creative outlet for me. If you like my writing and want to pay me for it, I'd happily accept; your money is good here.   

**I'm allowed to make the granny jokes. You cannot unless you've had this surgery under 45 too. I don't make the rules. I just play by them... Actually... I made that rule. 

#Health @LindsayLohan better get her #chikungunya under control

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By Andrea Claire · January 23, 2015 · 0 Comments ·

Lindsay Lohan better get her chikungunya under control or she'll be needing a new hip too. (hey LL, ask your medical team about being treated for 'reactive arthritis'. That's what the doctor in the US said; that they should have treated me right away as a reactive arthritis patient and have physio.

Yup. I suffered that horrible illness in 2008 and have had a roller coaster of a medical ride since. 

I found it interesting that when I got the virus I was told that once it's gone (after the fever goes away 7-10 days), you are no longer contagious (transmitted by a mozzie) however, the aches and pains can be (meaning they have no idea) persistant for months and if that doesn't end there... this was my experience: your body can start to attack itself: autoimmune disorder. Can I get a woop woop!?

Now because I have no access to statistics I can't give you exact numbers however my arthritis specialist (I don't test positive for arthritis btw) that I'm seeing tells me that I am not the only one with aftereffects of chikungunya. Every story can vary; I have a client who got chikungunya and said that her knees have been continually bothering her. Another who had waves of aches come and go throughout her body, but nothing settling into any specific joint area.  

*Chikungunya (walks like a chicken) makes you feel like your bent and contorted when you are in the initial fever stage. I woke up one morning unable to walk and diagnosed myself with MS - clearly I'm a doctor. Some people have lesser symptoms. I had the extreme aka my medical drama.

When I first got the illness in Singapore, I had gone to emergency, hospitalized for a couple of days and assigned to an infectious disease specialist. I was breast-feeding my daughter Zoie at the time and was told by her pediatrician and a lactation consultant that I could continue breast-feeding her, that it would not transfer to her; in fact it could build up antibodies so she could possibly not get the virus in the future. She never got the virus and so far, knock on wood, has not gotten chikungunya. 

That's awesome news for her. 

In the meantime, I have seen countless doctors, both in Singapore and the US. I've had second, third, fourth, fifth... gosh I have no idea what the number goes up to you but lots of medical opinions - osteonecrosis was one 'diagnosis' - nope - don't have that.

I finally filtered thorough and settled on doctors in Singapore whom I felt were giving me proper care. But there was something that just wasn't sitting right with me. I was constantly feeling unwell with achy joints and my right hip hurting. The doctors said I just need to rest, to take it easy, not work so much. hmmm. I couldn't just leave it at that. The arthritis specialist had put me on blood thinners, saying that I had developed sticky blood syndrome because of the chikungunya. So here I was at 40 taking blood thinners, along with a ton of other medications and being told to basically live a lethargic lifestyle... at 40. Riiight.

I love my job 25 year career - I ain't sittin' around eating bon bons, lunching and watching Ellen. I'm not judging if you do - I just don't want that for me. 

My husband and I discussed me going to the US for a kind of one last ditch medical opinion. Although supportive, he was definitely getting a little frustrated, needless to say as I was too, with the constant flow of medical bills and doctors opinions that always seem to vary. Numerous tests and every doctor wants to add a new one for list... (our medical insurance sucks)

So off I went to the University of Minnesota Hospital to see a team of doctors there for my last and final opinion - that was 2012. (Minneapolis is dope. Love that city! My aunt lives there - she's dope too)

Well, they redid my MRIs on both of my hips since that is where I have most of my pain specifically my right hip (which btw, is getting replaced tomorrow) The scan confirmed a labral tear, some bone cysts, degeneration etc etc... all issues that stemmed after chikungunya. I never full recovered from the 2008 virus.

They also redid all of my blood work. This is interesting.

Funnily enough, I saw a hematologist who asked me where the paperwork was, as it seemed to be missing from the Singapore hematologist. Well I had never even heard of a hematologist before. He says that an arthritis doctor would never diagnose you properly with a blood disorder without consulting the hematologist (blood doctor)... Apparently that's just how it's done.

So he redid my blood work. The doctor said that this so-called sticky blood syndrome that I 'have'... NOPE. I tested negative for the blood disorder that I had been diagnosed with and on blood thinners for; for a year already. He strongly recommended that I get off the blood thinners immediately because I didn't need them and in his opinion, if I continued taking blood thinners I would have most likely been dead within the year. (this is why I have pretty much started calling this whole experience as: my medical drama). I mean gosh-golly-gee renovation nightmare reality shows aren't as bad as this! 

So I stopped taking the blood thinners in fact threw them in the trash bin immediately. 

Now, I saw an orthopedic surgeon, an arthritis doctor, a hematologist and a boatload of lab technicians in the US all for the grand price of $27,000! The $27,000 was worth paying just to be told that I don't have a blood disorder. Basically my US medical team (just adding to the dramatic affect) saved my life. 

So I returned from my US experience, found a new arthritis doctor who connected me with an orthopedic surgeon to consult with, who did my hip arthroscopy last year and tomorrow will be doing my hip replacement, all thanks to a pesky little mosquito who gave me: chikungunya. 

Many people have actually asked me what medications that I'm taking, I'm happy to share my list which is :

Sulfasalazine
Celebrex
Plaquenil
Lyrica 

To add to all the challenges, I had a Steven Johnson syndrome reaction to an NSAID while I was in the hospital in 2008 from the chikungunya which then also put me through a round of drug allergy testing which came out as inconclusive and the doctor said that he has never seen that in his entire career for someone to have inconclusive results so therefore he'd just consider that I'm allergic to them because if you don't know anything about Steven Johnson syndrome, just like the mosquito, it is nasty.

This has been challenging in and on so many levels since 2008, but I'm focusing on the light at the end of the tunnel - and hopefully that light won't be what I'm traveling towards during my surgery tomorrow. 

One of the biggest challenges I've had is the fact that I'm 43 and hip replacement surgery is something that you hear about for our grandparents,  great aunt Bertha, uncle Harold etc. It's not a procedure that we associate with somebody in their 40s or younger. I know people are trying to help by saying that great-great-grandma had it done and was planting petunias in no time; but that is not helpful to me. It makes me want to hit you with a chair. (living with pain makes people short-tempered)

I've done social media searches for #hipreplacement and I've come across many individuals from ages 25 to 50, an age bracket that is not typical for hip replacement or I guess typical for what we think of. Huge shout out to Janna Mann who has shared her hip story on Insta! See?!? Social media can be used for good! Strangers helping strangers!! Hips across the water!  

The day before surgery prep from the top left:

*For those who I told I was having a face-lift, no I am not that was just a joke; but I will seem very well rested because yesterday I went and had topped up my Botox, a little bit of mesotherapy injections and a peel at my favorite Lifestyle Clinic in Singapore. I will definitely be well rested anyway because I am supposed to take it easy for the next month or two, but it's not a face-lift; yet.

Selfie book cover?? Thoughts? (it's a joke - don't really give me thoughts, especially if you are one of those internet trolls)

*And let's talk about this lame headline.... a cold is an incurable virus too. Duh. 

*I'm tired and reserve the right to come back to this to make corrections. If there are spelling, grammar errors - can you deal??

Mamma Mia: Zoie has been excited since the day we parted!

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By Andrea Claire · December 4, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

Last week Zoie and I were invited to a backstage tour and dance class on stage at the Marina Bay Sands Grand Theatre with the Mamma Mia choreographer! I found this lovely snippet on InSingTV.and you can see #stuffZoiesays and I with our sweet new moves. 

[don't see the vid? click the post title again]

Zoie has been so excited that every day she talks about Mamma Mia (which BTW, is extended to December 14!) She even came home from school yesterday telling me that at recess she was teaching her friends the dance she learned! CUTE! Oh to be a monkey on that wall! (we have monkeys in Singapore - not as small as a fly on the wall though)

Ok. So... maybe I'm a little excited too! Thanks to the Mamma Mia stage manager for grabbing my camera! 

Zoie's been bugging me on when are we going... Well, a huge smooch and a thank you to Base Entertainment Asia, we're going this Friday!

I saw Mamma Mia, the Canadian production years ago in Toronto. One of my neighbours, whose hair I cut at the time, happened to be in the show and invited me - he gave me a front row centre* ticket. The dancing was dynamo, the choreography was brilliant, and I'm not sure if the production here in Singapore does the same routines - but there were lots of back-flips, backhand springs, and truly loads of human dance trickery going on.

(*Might I suggest that you do NOT pick the first couple of rows of seating. One reason is that you truly don't get a perspective because you're so close, you get whiplash from cranking your neck back and if there's lots of dancing in the production, you get covered in sweat (not yours)! Ew! So... front row isn't the best seats in the house!)

Seriously, my kids have the best life. When I was the lead L'Oreal Paris hairstylist for Canadian Idol my girls got to come backstage all the time. Also during that time of my single-mother life, (often my babysitters would flake out) I had a rock band come to my house to get ready for a concert and while I was dolling up Andrea Wasse my kids were colouring with the rest of the band! Where was Instagram then! Rockstars are adorable

(Gn)awesome with Gnossem this holiday season

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By Andrea Claire · December 3, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

*Turn your volume down before hitting play so you don't hate me... music by HOLE. (click the post title again if the video doesn't appear)

Here's a little teaser that I shot with my Canon 600D with the lighting help of Tomas, Gnossem's resident photographer. I'm trying to make use & practice my skills from my TISCH ASIA cinematography course that I took. (Don't expect Spielberg-esque it was a fairly basic two month class.)

The rough and ready gel liner is Bobbi Brown Black Scotch from her holiday collection. I promise to update the beauty notes... I am running to my Derm Goddess and I can't be late!  

I collaborated with online shop-til-ya-drop boutique: Gnossem for this holiday editorial (watch this space). They are also having a pop-up shopping event today & tomorrow. Tomorrow, December 4th, I'll be on hand to share some beauty holiday tips with you or you can flip through my portfolios as I'll be kickin' it old school with my chic leather books. 

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