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Shoot with photographer Julian M Kilsby. Including products recommendations, part 2.

This is post two of a three part blog on the shoot I had with Julian M Kilsby and Model Integra Fairbrook, using clothes from Designer Ooh la Latex.

Look 2

 

Photographer- © 2011 of Julian M Kilsby Copyright / Model- Integra Fairbrook / Designer- Ooh la Latex / MUA- Naomi Mckeever

 

Photographer- © 2011 of Julian M Kilsby Copyright / Model- Integra Fairbrook / Designer- Ooh la Latex / MUA- Naomi Mckeever

 

Photographer- © 2011 of Julian M Kilsby Copyright / Model- Integra Fairbrook / Designer- Ooh la Latex / MUA- Naomi Mckeever

 

Photographer- © 2011 of Julian M Kilsby Copyright / Model- Integra Fairbrook / Designer- Ooh la Latex / MUA- Naomi Mckeever

 

Photographer- © 2011 of Julian M Kilsby Copyright / Model- Integra Fairbrook / Designer- Ooh la Latex / MUA- Naomi Mckeever

 

Photographer- © 2011 of Julian M Kilsby Copyright / Model- Integra Fairbrook / Designer- Ooh la Latex / MUA- Naomi Mckeever

 

 

Photographer- © 2011 of Julian M Kilsby Copyright / Model- Integra Fairbrook / Designer- Ooh la Latex / MUA- Naomi Mckeever

 

 

Photographer- © 2011 of Julian M Kilsby Copyright / Model- Integra Fairbrook / Designer- Ooh la Latex / MUA- Naomi Mckeever

Makeup look 2

The look has developed from the first photo's in this blog, where Julian used  moody lighting through to the later pictures which used a lighter lighting set up. I started with olive tones on the eyes then deepened using similar shades but altering the shape of the eye.

 

Face-

  • Heat up the MAC Face & body foundation by massaging it in between the palms of your hand, this will make the product thicker and give more coverage.
  • Use MAC Studio finish concealer where needed.
  • Set with translucent finishing powder.
  • I contoured from the top of the ear to the corner of the mouth with Strada blush.

(For tip's on preparing the skin click on this link - http://www.naomimckeever.com/archives/59 )

 

Eyes-

  • For Integra's eyes I used MAC pro paint sticks in Landscape Green and Black Black, they are great to use as they are highly pigmented with a creamy consistency.
  • I set the paint stick with a deep olive pigment, MAC antique green.
  • Finish with MAC feline eye pencil in the waterline.

 

Lips-

  • The rich burgundy lipstick was Media with clear lipglass to finish.

 

In the final post I will cover the next look I did on the same shoot with Julian, so please come back to visit my site for more tips.