Shoot with photographer Julian M Kilsby. Including products recommendations, part 1.
In this blog I will cover the key products I used for the first look on the fashion shoot.
I had the pleasure of working with the incredible Birmingham based photographer Julian M Kilsby. His work has maximum impact with bold saturated colours and an extremely creative use of lighting. The model was Integra Fairbrook, who has a striking combination of innocent beauty and power. She is Agency represented, and internationally published.
Make-up look 1
For the first look I kept the eyes more natural, making the lips the key focus. I chose a lip colour which complemented the outfit.
Heat up the Face & body foundation by massaging it in between the palms of your hand, this will make the product thicker and give more coverage.
Use Studio finish concealer where needed.
Set with translucent finishing powder.
I contoured with Strada blush.
(For tip's on preparing the skin click on this link - http://www.naomimckeever.com/archives/59 )
Blend Quite natural paint pot all around the eyes for definition, also this cream eye shadow is water resistant so really helps with getting the eye shadow to last .
Graphblack- liner to frame they eyes.
With the lips I started by sketching around the outer edges with a dark lip liner called MAC Night Moth, shading more on the inside corners of the lips.
Then used a matt red lipstick called MAC Russian red, which is rumoured to be Dita Von Tease' favourite.
Lastly pressing MAC Pro pigment in basic red, to give the lip an ultra matt, velvet, rose petal like finish.
This is the first section in a three part post, in the next part I will cover the next look, from same shoot with Julian, so please come back to visit my site for more tips.