Growing up with Georgia Byng’s Molly Moon; Inspired by Danse Macabre
I call you to join the dance, Molly’s Dance of Death. Let her ease the pain and burdens of your life; let her lift you up to an afterlife giving you complete liberation and a fresh start for life. Lose yourself; lose your pain.
It’s another collaboration! This time it’s with my good friend and fellow makeup artist , Ying Cui, beautiful model Hailey and photographer Hurfaye. Can you believe the model is only 15 years old!? So. Much. Talent.
Here are some shots of a fashion photoshoot I did with fashion designer, Jesslyn! This collection is really beautiful and it was featured in Singapore Fashion Week 2016!
The makeup I did was a simple, clean understated look with a simple black floating liner on the lids.I also styled the hair into a sleek ponytail so that the clothes would stand out. Pink cream blusher and peachy lips pulled it all into a simple, yet elegant look! Aneta‘s face structure is incredible *swoon*
Hey everyone I’m back with more beautiful photos of recent work that I’ve done! This one’s really fun and I had a great time creating more va-va-voom looks for that seductive vibe.
The theme for the looks was Sirens of The Seas and they had to be centered around rich, deep blues and blacks. I threw in some glitter in the first look, using Impulse Cosmetics‘ loose eye shadow in ‘Oil Slick’ and for looks using black shadows, I used Shiro Cosmetics‘ super black and super matte loose shadow in ‘Dwarf in The Flask’. Can you tell I love indie brands!?
If you’re interested in duo-pigments, crazy glitters and fun colours, definitely check these brands out! They’re cost effective and fun ways to experiment with makeup and colour 🙂 I lurrrrrv them.