I haven't had time to put up the rest of what I worked on the London fashion week, but here it comes...
Once again working on the Lucia Pica team, we did this amazing make up, really like it. It was conceal eyebrows, with a very blended eye in earthy colors and a pale lip. One of my favorite make up's for the week. Really enjoyed working with his look.
On this crazy hat maker presentation I was on Ayami Nishimura's team. It was only 8 female models with individual look. This is one of them.
OMG it was such a stressful day..three shows in a day is way to much. I will not be doing that
Petros Petrohilos did this show. The make up we did for this show was gorgeous purple and shimmery. Amazing hair.
Amazing Lucia Perioni did this show. She is so amazing!! As previous seasons at the Christopher Kane it was mega natural, only covered
spots and used a sand/brownish color on the eyes. Beautiful.
House of Holland
After Christopher Kane I had to run to the House of Holland show, and there I worked on Lucia Pica's team. The look we did was shinny skin, glossy eyelid, bushy eyebrows and a lip (coral or a purple).
I was assisting Ayami Nishimura on this show, she is great, so calm and the make up looked fantastic with golden eye shadow.
Working on Charlotte Tilbury's team is always a bit stressful. On this show we where working on to make the models look healthy tanned with shimmery skin.
Conclusion of the make up from the London Fashion Week must be shimmer. There was a lot of shimmery eyeshadows (gold and purple) and also shimmer/gloss on the skin. It also seems like there will be a lot of bronzer and tanned skin next spring/summer.
Today was my first working day on London fashion week, that started yesterday. I was assisting Gemma Edhouse-Smith on the Lina Osterman show. It was not really that much make up involved as we where sewing mask off hairnets and tights. Really like the look! Well done Lina, really nice collection.
Hanna R is a very up and coming model from Sweden, last season she did most show of all the swedes, this season she is predicted to do even more. She is going to blog from New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion-week's on www.elle.se , unfortunately it's in swedish, so sorry all english speaking people. But I am exited.
This time for body lotions/ body creme's. The autumn and winter is on its way and I am looking for a creamy and yummy smelling moisturizer for my dry skin. I have tried these so far...
KIEHL'S CREME DE CORPS:
Great all-over moisturizer for a dry or very dry skin. I have used it on photo shoots and it great for giving a nice shine to the skin. It is fragrance free, which is good if you don't want it to interfere with your perfume. Picture top.
BODY SHOP BODY BUTTER-MANGO:
Yummy Yummy smelling body creme for a dry or very dry skin. Also great for photo shoots, models alway love the smell and gives great shine to the skin. For daily use it is some times to rich, I found that I like it best after a shower/bath in the evening (like a treatment) cause if you want to put clothes on straight away it normally hasn't had time to probably soak in to the skin, so a great evening body creme!
THE ORGANIC PHARMACY-BODY LOTION ROSE
I was so exited to try their products out, cause I really love the hole organic thing and I heard so many good things about the company. Anyway.. this body lotion is a light moisturizer for I would say dry to normal skin. It has aloe, rose hip, rose and vitamin C in it, which is all great. On the bottle it says lightly fragranced...OMG it is so strong, even my boyfriend was like:
-What is that smell???
And that is why it is under bad, it's TO strong fragranced, it totally over powers everything else (your perfume, the room you are in ect..) Sorry The Organic Pharmacy...I didn't like it at all and I did try a couple of times, but will try some of your other products and hopefully they will suite me better.
Elle Magazine and London Underground celebrate the 25 th anniversary of London Fashion week this year. A number of creators were commissioned to create a poster in order to illustrate the underground during the hectic period of the shows. This is make up artist Pat McGrath's commission shot by Rene Habermacher.