Make- up ooks inspired by punk scene from the 70s and 80s.
I love to mix different colours with each other or to use it on top of each other. I like to use my brushes when its not supposed to be used for what it was meant for, here I dabbed my foundation long hair brush into the wetted eyeshadow and I just went on the eye to make the blue stripes.NARS Sheer glow foundation
Light reflection loose setting powder, Eyeshadow Rated R, Eyepaint Solomon Islands, Dual-intensity Antares, Velvet eyeliner Las Pozas, Blush Exhibit A, Satin Lip Pencil Lodhi.
Purple is a very difficult color to work with, it could easily looks like bruises. For this look I used all purple based color to show you that it could be very beautiful, just apply it on the corners of the eyes for definition. Purple colors are beautiful on black skin to give the eyes definition instead of brown coloured eyeshadow.
NARS Sheer glow foundation, Light reflection loose setting powder, Eyeshadow Hardwired eyeshadow, Black Point, Lunar, Blush Seduction,
Audacious lipstick Anita.
Green inspired smokey eyes but different, you can go large on different levels. Go more above the eye for a cat eye femme fatal but for a seductive nigh you can add more around the eyelashes. Go bold with yellow blush and highlight tones.
NARS Sheer glow foundation, Light reflection loose setting powder, Night Series Eyeshadow Night Porter, Duo Eyeshadow Wind Glace / Fashion Rebel, Blush Exhibit A, Audacious lipstick Vanessa.
Give your look a more edge with graphic eye make up and finish it of with a 2 tones graphic blush.
NARS Sheer glow foundation, Light reflection loose setting powder, Night Series Eyeliner Night Porter, Dual lntensity Tarvos, Duo Eyeshadow Fashion Rebel, Blush Exhibit A, Audacious lipstick Vanessa.
Lines in the face we just embrace it with this look. I dabbed my fingers into the products and I just smudge it on the models’ face. No brushes were involved.
NARS Sheer glow foundation, Light reflection loose setting powder, Contour blush Olympia, Eyepaint Snake eyes, Hardwired eyeshadow Goa, Sheer lipstick Gipsy.
Who says blush is only of the cheeks and needs to be subtle? In Japan it’s a trend to use the blush excessively, start under your eyes and fade it on your cheeks and go up above your eyes and stop in the inner corner. To finish this doll-look go outside your lip with your lipstick, very kissable.
NARS Sheer glow foundation, Light reflection loose setting powder, Velvet shadow stick Grande-Large, Dual-intensity Antares, Velvet eyeliner Las Pozas, Dual-intensity Blush Panic, Powermatte lip pigment Low Rider.
Gail Meijer - Photography
Christel Man @ Angelique Hoorn Management - Make-up & Hair
Lisa van Beek @ Elite Amsterdam - Model