Last week Jesse James Photography and I did a photo shoot with our friend Kata. What a great model to work with. We did a nautical theme so we headed down to Port Dalhousie. Here is what we came up with.
With all of the rain we have had over the last few weeks, it’s been really hard to get outside and do a photo shoot. Solution? Do an in-studio shoot instead. The issue with in studio opposed to on location is coming up with creative ideas. While doing a replica of an old hollywood shoot isn’t exactly fresh or new, it is to us. Jesse (Jesse James Photography) and I decided to put our ideas together and see what we […]
Step 1 : Polish and Seal Nothing looks worse then lipstick on dry cracked lips. Not only is the sight unpleasing, but lipstick does not adhere to flaky lips. Colour will stay best on a smooth base. Use a lip exfoliator or even an old toothbrush to brush away any loose pieces of skin. My favourite trick is to mix a little baking soda with a splash of lemon juice. It will fizz up a bit, apply to your lips […]
Found this great collection of MAC Looks and Manual! It’s crazy that MAC charges for this but it’s a fun guide for some great looks that can be copied or changed with your inspiration! Check out this fellow beauty blog to see the looks! M.A.C. Looks & Manual « beauty on a budget.
The holidays are all about glaming it up and making sure you shine! The trend this season isn’t too far off from that. We’re seeing alot of smoky and glittery eyes, lusterous cheeks, and bold red lips. Eyes Nothing attracts better attention than a smoky, sultry gaze. To amp up the drama, use shimmery white, silver and black shadows. If your eyes are small, keep the dark shadow close to your lash line and smoke it out. You can add […]
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