Here’s a sneak peek at the campaign for Madonna & Lola’s line for China Market. It was a fun but long day with a great crew! Thank God! Shot in Times Square & Williamsburg Brooklyn.
Recently I had the pleasure of working with the beautiful Nichole Galicia for the special screening of “Cartel Land”.
I’m Working on Project Runway Allstars again this year. Getting the models ready in the early morning hours is a challenge as we only have about 20 min on each to create a fantastic look! Then off to do the special guest judges if they request makeup. I cant wait to post some pics when the show airs! Stay tuned
The Calvin Klein Resort show this season was keyed by Mark Carrasquillo represented by Art Partner. The makeup on the models was a bit boyish with an edge of black liner that had a punk feel to it. Shiny oiled skin and very little foundation was used. An eyebrow color in mascara like wand was brushed in brows by Anastasia. A liquid cake liner created the black line on top and bottom to form a triangle at the edges. Here is the makeup I did on one of my models Avery Blanchard (IMG New York).
It was such a great experience to work with Sally Branka on this shoot for Interview Magazine’s April’15 Issue. It was inspirational to see what her favorite products are and her interpretation of beauty. The models were all lovely to work with and it was amazing to see how the shoot unfolded. “One for All” shot by Josh Oslin.
Styling by Ludivine Poiblanc
Hair by Esther Langham
Makeup by Sally Branka- LGA Management London
Full story here http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/sally_branka
Working with Sam Fox was a pleasure, he comes across cool confident in person and in the photos. Emily Barnes consultant and stylist did an amazing job putting his looks together. Photographed at the Manhattan Cricket Club by Jason Rothenberg. I used Oribe’ and Aveda products & very minimal. I wanted to keep him as natural as possible via direction from his PR Team. We got the shot and story in a few hours. Quick and easy day!
This month Sam Palladio from the ABC Hit Show Nashville Rocks Glamaholic Magazine! He was such a sweetheart to work with. Makes me feel good when I see actor/singers with such a good vibe doing well! The photography was done by Sophie Elgort daughter of legendary photographer Arthur Elgort. The styling done by a long time friend Jon Tan from Visual Tales. Location was High Line Hotel. Dermalogica was nice enough to send products for the shoot! Cheers to a great story!
It was my utmost pleasure to work with iconic photographer www.marcbaptiste.com
His work has been featured in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Rolling Stone, Ebony, Elle, Vanity Fair, Esquire and has worked with celebrities such as Barack Obama, Lauryn Hill, Prince Sophia Vergara. His vibrant personality is contagious and the energy he brings to the shoot magnetic!
Photographer: Marc Baptiste
Model: Patti Beck
Hair: Damian Monzilla using Davine’s
Makeup: Deborah Altizio using Charlotte Tilbury Makeup
Styling: Marilia Bertolucci
Here’s a sneak peek for Earnest Sewn Look Book
Male Model -Joans Mason @ Ford Models
Female Model- Lauren Spitzer
Photographer- Matthew Sprout
Stylist- Emily Barnes
Hair & Makeup- Deborah Altizio using John Russo lipstick in Oh Marie.
This season Charlotte Tilbury impressed once again! Creating a look for Donna Karan that was Lauren Bacall inspired. The references were “early Helmut Lang, minimal beauty, arched brow.” Using fling & linguering by MAC, we filled in the brows. Painterly on lids up to the brow and glossed over with eye gloss. Lips were softly lined with boldly bare lip liner and lipstick was taped on.
Here is a pick of my work on Estonian fashion model Katlin Aas.
Julia below another beauty I worked on.
The fun and excitement of backstage can be euphoric to some and overwhelming to others. I happen to love it because I get to work with such brilliant make up artists like Charlotte Tilbury. You see first hand what the designer’s choices are for the makeup as they help set the trends for the future seasons. Its like looking into a crystal ball. Keeping on top of What’s Hot is an important factor for staying in the game!