A modern take on the classic 1920’s look of smokey eyes and deep red lipstick. A light base was used to keep a more natural and glowing skin.
Classic victory roll hairstyle from the 1940’s. Set with hot rollers to create the lift on top of the head and bouncy curls on the bottom.
Full glamour makeup inspired by a mermaid style colour scheme. A full range of greens, blues and turquoise eye-shadow’s were used to create the tonal eye makeup topped off with a bright glitter on the eyelid.
A demon themed horror shoot. The skin was made paler using a mixture of white grease paint and white powder. A range of bloods were used here for different textures as well as eye-safe blood for a really shocking effect. Dried blood was laid down as a base for running blood to go over.
Full skull face makeup done for a festival. The look was created using a basic mix of black eyeshadow and eyeliner. Highlighting with white concealer and white eyeshadow. This look was based off the ‘Misfits’ skull logo,
Festival glitter eye makeup done for ‘The Pixie Tribe’. Colour scheme was done to match original face paint design on the forehead.
This wound was created using an on skin silicone. The knife was propped up from behind and shot in such a way that it wouldn’t be seen (due to the knife being so heavy and not a prop knife) Different bloods including eye safe blood were used to run down the artists face.
These 3 effects were all created using mould-able on skin silicone. The wound was based of a clean cut with a knife or similar. From immediately after the cut was made, to being stitched up, to having stitches out and a healing scar.
A recreation of a anaphylaxis rash done for a bee sting (#don’triskthesting) awareness ad. The rash was created using on skin silicone and moulded to a medical grade standard appearance.
An alternative shoot done in black and white. Hair styling was done to be natural. The whole theme of the shoot was to be dark and moody.