This shoot is from last year but it is still one of my all-time favourites. These images were published on Vogue Italia’s website this morning! The team and I are super excited. To view on Vogue Italia visit the link here.
I’m so thrilled to announce the launch of Remark Magazine! I am one of the beauty contributors and editorial artists and I’m so lucky to be apart of this amazing team! A beauty shoot I worked on a while ago was featured in the magazine (Pg. 10/11) and I couldn’t be more excited. The beauty story features my beauty tips and products to achieve this flirty, edgy look.
The magazine covers everything from fitness, to fashion, to travel so do check it out! It also features top photographers, designers, stylists, and hair and makeup artists in the industry. Stay tuned for big things from the magazine! To view Remark’s 1st issue click here. Happy reading!
UPDATED: Added some extra photos from Carey Ann!
This has been the longest 3 months of my life! I can finally share our Doctor Zhivago inspired shoot we worked on for the Inspired by Cinema WedLuxe edition. The beautiful shoot was captured by the talented Carey Ann Photography. You can now view it on WedLuxe.com but be sure to pick up the latest addition! It is full of stunning editorials and wedding ideas done by some of my friends in the industry. I’m really so happy that I had the chance to work with this amazing team full of talented people who love what they do! I can’t wait to do it again.
Here are a few shots from the shoot and some behind-the-scenes. To view the full story click on the this link.
Photography by: Carey Ann Photography
Creative producer and Floral Design: Margaret Corrigan of Gorgeous
Petite confections: Nadia Colella of Nadia and Co. Art & Pastry
Stationery: Meg Pike Designs
Makeup: Joy David-Tilberg
Model: Alex (Chantale Nadeau)
Hair: Emily Pike of Lift Beauty Boutique-Mobile
Gown (exterior shots): Chapel Bridal Couture
Gown (interior shots): MRS. Bridal Boutique
Jewellery: Jeweler Christel Art
Caribou skin: Fur Hat World
Catering: Oliver & Bonacini
French wooden boards: Snob
Antique flatware and glasses: Cynthia Findlay Antiques
Dog: Russian Wolfhound, Borzoi Canada, Karen and Grayer
Exterior Venue: Terracotta Home & Garden, Kleinburg
Interior Venue: Auberge Du Pommier
- bdellium Tools #710: To recreate a sexy cat eye, a thin pointy liner brush is essential for a precise application. The look I created was a mix of mod 60’s and a cat eye. I love bdellium brushes and the 710 is easy to control especially if you’re lining in the crease.
- tarte cosmetics Amazonian Clay Waterproof Liner in Plum: To bring this look to modern day, I thought using a coloured liner would give it a fresher look. I love these creamy liners from tarte. They apply so smoothly and stay put all day – no creasing or fading. The shades are vibrant and pigmented. Dip your line brush into the product and start by lining your top lash line and wing it out towards your brow. Then start at the inner corner and make a line in your crease meeting with the tip of your winged liner. Leave the lid bare or apply a beige or white shadow to really accentuate the shape. Use the same liner and brush to line the bottom lash line and join it with your top liner. Use a black liner to line the waterline to give the eye more drama. To make this work for day, skip lining the crease and bottom liner.
- Schwarzkopf OSiS Dust It: This style works best on hair that was previously curled a couple of days before. Brush your hair and use a dry shampoo or a mattifying powder like Dust It by Osis. This will help give you amazing volume and absorb the oils in your hair to refresh your look. Dust your product of choice at your roots and and massage at your scalp with your finger tips. Use the same motion that you would when washing/lathering your hair in the shower.
- Teasing Comb: Become ONE with a comb – it’s time to tease, tease, tease like crazy! Once you’ve teased your hair from ear-line to hairline, smooth it all back and off your face with a light touch and a soft bristol brush. Take your time and check how it looks in the mirror as you tame the beast of frizz into the perfect shape and desired amount of volume. To make this look more modern and work appropriate just pull a small section of hair from above both sides of your ears and pin them at the back of your head. The result: a mod version of “half up-half down” with volume and a soft wave. Gorgeous!
More new work to share that I’m so excited about!! There’s a high you get working with a team and creating some beautiful images. Thank you once again to Therese for this stunning photos, Emily for her gorgeous hair styles that I could never do, and Natalia for working the camera like a pro!
Here is our soft and romantic meets flirty and girly Natalia!
Photographer: Therese (Artiese Studios)
Hair: Emily Pike (LIFT Beauty Boutique)
Makeup: Joy David-Tilberg
Model: Natalia (Chantale Nadeau)
Hair Assistant: Romy