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Wedding make-up

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Top 10 Tips for “Body Beautiful” this Autumn

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The Bold And The Beautiful .................Top tips - Airbrushing art

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Alison Cameron ........................................Colour and indivdual creativity

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The World Body Painting Festival .....The most enchanting festival in the Make-up calendar

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Medicating Depression ..........................Catherine Day’s journey as Make-up meets medication

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Fairy Tales And Dreams ........................London based photographer, Natalie J Watts

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So What Is The Pefect Body? ...............Becky Love explores this challenging question

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Skin Decor ...................................................The art of skin decoration

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Daniel Moncur-Sime...............................The visionary mind of a master

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FaceON’s “In The Bag” ...........................Our top product picks this Autumn

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Creating The Look....................................A stunning set by www.judyinc.com

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FaceON - A spotlight on MUA..............Lauren Baker test drives the new £1 Superdrug range

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John Davies ................................................Tips, tricks and tutorials by this 4 year veteran

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Feline Eyes ..................................................Create this staggering look

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The FaceON Diary ....................................Important dates in the Make-up calendar

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Glitter Glam ................................................Make-up from the sexy seventies

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Pigment Punch!.........................................A guide to cosmetic pigments

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Coloré ............................................................Make-up and colour by Lauren Baker

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Terry’s Triumphs......................................Inspirations and insider tips by Sarah Terry

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Hofit Golan..................................................It’s all about you

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New Age Punk ............................................Inspirational Make-up from the punk erea - 1978

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London Fashion Week ...........................FaceON Magazine was on the scene!

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A Model’s Guide ...........................................So Modeling is an easy job - Right??

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Classic “Smoky Eye”................................Creating the look for sexy, smoldering smoky eyes

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The Chronicles Of Cesca De Vita ........Her woes, her joys and a secret love afair?

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FaceON Focus Of Fresh Faces .............Industry new comers and names to look out for?

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Alternative Weddings .............................Your wedding - your style?

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FaceON Fashion........................................A set by Ryan Jerome - The latest autumn fashions

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Stephen Bowman .....................................Blake’s Bass Baritone from Bath

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Inspirations ................................................Creating the look by Katy Short

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Brian Freidman ........................................X Factor’s Brian Freidman answers your questions

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Purebred Productions............................When Make-up meets the movies

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Phil Phitt ......................................................Top 10 tips to get in shape for autumn

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The White Lady .........................................A guide to the perfect party Make-up this Halloween

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Simply Red ..................................................How to achieve the ultimate red lips

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The FaceON Directory ............................Are you in?

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Professional Make-up Magazine

Welcome

We would like to present to you our 4th edition of FaceON Magazine, the Autumn edition.

FaceON readers

After a fairly pleasant summer, the autumn is once again upon us. At last we can wave goodbye to our ice-cream pinks and colourful corals and adopt a palette that’s, well… just a little more grown-up. This month, FaceON Magazine explores a plethora of editorial features; from tutorials and step-by-step lessons - to the latest looks and hot new products this season. We’ve plenty for all, from the amateur and enthusiast all the way to the veteran make-up professional. You’ll find celebrity interviews, the finest UK photography and all the make-up insider gossip you’ll need!

The magazine has also hit a turning-point this autumn. This is our 4th publication and my team and I could not be more proud. This issue is presented to you with our passion and pride attached. Over the past year the magazine embarked on a long and laborious journey – the seven day weeks, the countless meetings and 6am finishes, I’m pleased to say, have all been more than worth while! The continuous support that we receive has enabled FaceON Magazine to grace the shelves for many more issues to come – we simply cannot wait and we continue to surge towards our goal to create ‘the most influential and informative make-up glossy in the UK’. With this in mind, I’d like to thank my ‘right-hand man’ Mr. Richard Sumner, as

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well as Max Richardson, Bcreative Media and Lauren Baker. Special thanks also to

Elizabeth Grant (for their continued support), Graham Booth and Lee Compton.

Most importantly, I’d like to thank each

and every person that has contributed to our magazine – to thank-you for your support is beyond my words.

As cliché as this may sound, I hope that you enjoy reading ISSUE 4 as much as my team and I have enjoyed creating it, we’ll see you in ISSUE 5!

Natasha Booth Editor

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CREDITS: Photography: Dan Wise // Model: Alena Zubakina // Hair: Eugene Davis // Make-up: Lauren Baker

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BRUShES When it comes to your brushes, it needn’t cost you the earth. General everyday art & craft brushes can work fantastically well with Face and Body paints. Control your creativity with kryolan Fixer Spray. A thin and even coating will delay the deterioration of make-up and prolong the life of your artwork.

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WhEN AIRBRUShING The best preparation for applying body paint is to first remove excess hair from the areas to be painted. Your model must also moisturise and exfoliate thoroughly beforehand – the night before a project is ideal, this will allow time for the skin to regenerate and ‘settle’.

a very personal experience for the model. Ensure that the model is kept warm and as comfortable as possible at all times. Regular breaks, playing music and keeping project staff to an essential minimum will also help to keep the model relaxed.

FORWARD PLANNING

THINK OF YOUR MODEL

Keep on schedule by creating time plans for your projects, for example: Prepare your working area and moisturise model: 10 mins

Painting a human body can often be a laborious task – not to mention

Draft an outline onto the body: 15 mins

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Paint the base colours: 1 hour onwards Bring a mess sheet or an old towel to lay on the ground to catch dripping paint. Always have a full packet of wet wipes in your kit to correct mistakes and to remove paint ( if the studio in which you work doesn’t have showering facilities). Time will literally fly by as a body painter; however, for your model this may not be the case.

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CREDITS: Photography: Catherine Day // Model: Vicki Blatchley // Make-up: Catherine Day

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ritten by Catherine Day, this article is a journey through the often controversial subject of medicated depression within the UK. Writing from her heart, and with personal experience, Catherine embarked on an undaunted campaign to express her life via the medium of photography and make-up. The series is aptly named: Chemical.

“it’s a narrative about my journey through medicating depression; the side effects and my analysis of the different chemicals prescribed to me. Finding the right chemicals to treat depression is ‘hit and miss’. if you’re lucky, you’ll find the right one straight away, if not, the journey can be long and painful. The battle with depression can seem like a full scale war. i decided to publish my experiences to help relieve the taboo surrounding an increasingly widespread issue. So here are the results, illustrated through make-up and photography.

You are not alone…” www.catherine-day.com

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Paroxetine

Fluoxetine

“Fluoxetine is commonly known as prozac. i found that this brand was particularly effective and calmed my depression greatly. However, it also reduced my other emotions too. i felt like i was numb - a walking nothingness – as if i were looking through a window.

“Paroxetine, or Seroxat, has featured on news documentaries such as panorama. Common complaints are that the drug induces zombie like side-effects. Personally, i found that the drug erased who i was: i became a completely different person. i have very little memory of my time whilst medicated to Paroxetine, except for blackness and the feeling that i was living a constant nightmare. I have reflected my experience by creating a thick black mask on Vicki’s face; hoping to show the intensity of the black hole.”

I’ve reflected this with Vicki’s pale skin and plain make-up. I added a ring of pale green around her eyes that is the same green used on the medication packaging.”

Venlafaxine

Duloxetine

“Duloxetine is also known as Cymbalta. i found that the side effects of this brand were entirely physical. The drug made me feel very pale and washed out and gave me excruciating nausea unlike i’ve ever felt before.

“Venlafaxine, or effaxor, didn’t appear to affect my personality at all; it merely gave me the most mind screaming, brain splitting migraines i could ever imagine. I have reflected this with the thick red mask over Vicki’s forehead and eyes.”

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I reflect my experiences, firstly, with Vicki’s green lips. This green colour is also used on the medication packaging. The drug also gave me constant hot and cold sweats, which i have depicted with the shine and high gloss effect to her skin.”

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WiND SWEPT lise Watier Lip Pencil (in #477 Nude) lise Watier Metamorphix (mixed) Eye Shadows in a Cobalt, Purple and Hot Fuchsia (unbranded) l’oreal Voluminous Mascara (in Black Brown) maC Eye Shadow (in Coquet to brows)

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CREDITS: Photography: Catherine Day // Model: Vicki Blatchley // Make-up: Catherine Day

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ritten by Catherine Day, this article is a journey through the often controversial subject of medicated depression within the UK. Writing from her heart, and with personal experience, Catherine embarked on an undaunted campaign to express her life via the medium of photography and make-up. The series is aptly named: Chemical.

“it’s a narrative about my journey through medicating depression; the side effects and my analysis of the different chemicals prescribed to me. Finding the right chemicals to treat depression is ‘hit and miss’. if you’re lucky, you’ll find the right one straight away, if not, the journey can be long and painful. The battle with depression can seem like a full scale war. i decided to publish my experiences to help relieve the taboo surrounding an increasingly widespread issue.

BREEZE maC Eye Liner (in smolder) maC Eye Shadows (in Brun, Carbon, Gesso, Aria, & Vapor)

So here are the results, illustrated through make-up and photography.

maC Creme Liner (in Blacktrack)

You are not alone…”

max factor Stretch & Separate Waterproof Lengthening Mascara (in Black) www.catherine-day.com

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Sertraline

“Sertraline’s brand name is lustral or Zoloft and was the first medication i was prescribed. The mixture of chemicals proved to be a shock to my system. i had been advised of the side effects; however, i wasn’t expecting them to be quite so intense. This brand made my already very pale skin, practically pure white, which i depict in the image. Other side effects that i found were; nausea and insomnia.”

Citalopram

“i found that Citalopram, or Celexa, made me incredibly dizzy and confused. i had very little sense of equilibrium and the medication did nothing to ease my depression. i have depicted this with the erratic placement of Vicki’s make-up.”

Escitalopram

“Escitalopram, or Cipralex, was a very simple brand. The only side effect i experienced was that of extreme exhaustion: i could sleep for 18 hours and still not feel rested. Whilst awake I was fighting to keep my eyes open and I’ve represented this by using heavy black circle around Vicki’s eyes. Whether my depression was controlled using this drug, i am still unsure of – i was not awake for long enough to evaluate!”

Amitriptyline

“Amitriptyline is also known as elavil. This brand made me increase weight, substantially, in a very short period of time. The drug is commonly prescribed as a painkiller and left me rather spaced out most of the time. i’ve illustrated my experience by creating a large outline around the eyes and lips and i’ve used the same purple that appears on the medication packaging.”

“This series is a very personal one; i wished only for the best possible results. Throughout this set, i have used phase one, mamiya, Bowens, elinchrom and for final editing, I used photoshop. i hope that i have both inspired and educated. This is my chemical story.” W: www.faceonmagazine.co.uk

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Once the desired effect was achieved, Arpita washed Rebecca (quite literally), head to toe, in gold body paint. This proved to be a very laborious task at first – the paint was streaking and was very messy, though after several coats it held strong. From here the face make-up was applied. Again, this proved to be very tricky – without a foundation base to support, the dark peach blusher and blue eye shadow had to be carefully blended without removing the gold paint. As a finishing touch, liquid gold gloss lipstick was applied. After several hours of preparation, Rebecca was wrapped and tied

FaceON Magazine presents the first of our visionary fashion set; straight from the mind of Daniel Moncur-Sime.

in multi-coloured ribbon and silver tape. The ribbon was cut to several different lengths and tied and sewn to create the final outfit. it was time for a few test shots, then on to the full shoot! Delighted with his set, Daniel performed his magic in his usual editing style and post production techniques. “it was necessary for a few cleanups to the make-up and body paint, and I added definition to Rebecca’s eyes and coloured her eyebrows digitally. And voila! This is the result; bright and bold and exactly how i’d imagined it. i’m very proud of my crew and the set continues to receive admiration from across the globe. The hard work was all worthwhile in the end.” W: www.faceonmagazine.co.uk

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CREDITS: Photography: Daniel Moncur-Sime // Model: Rebecca Fisher // Make-up: Arpita Karania // Words By: Daniel Moncur-Sime & Richard Sumner

Firstly, Rebecca’s hair was sprayed in red, blues and oranges – and then rolled into hoops, tied and pinned at the top and back. Securing the hair required a heavy coating of hairspray!

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After weeks of painstaking deliberation, Daniel’s latest concept was born. Arpita Karania was the lead make-up artist, and with the star of the show: Rebecca Fisher, the pair quickly began to turn the concept into reality.

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In The Bag ‘MusT Haves’

The Latest

Liz Earle - Naturally Active Haircare

Bubble & Balm - The NEW Range!

The Liz Earle Naturally Active Haircare range takes a simple yet effective approach to hair care that has a unique revolutionary, ‘suits-all’ botanical formula shampoo and 3 performance-led creamy conditioners, each to suit specific hair types. www.Lizearle.com

The luxury range of handwashes and soap are now available in aluminium tins, on-line now! www.bubbleandbalm.co.uk

Benefit slanted Brush For perfectly ‘perky’ cheeks! www.benefitcosmetics.co.uk

Elizabeth Grant - The socializer Each pen is filled with outstanding treatment creams that regenerate, revive, and hydrate the eye area. www.elizabethgrant.com

Rodial - Tummy Tuck A REVOLUTIONARY stomach flattening formula with stomach flattening micro fibers - helps to slim and visibly tighten the abdominal area. www.rodial.co.uk

Thepromakeupshop.com - Disposable Mascara Brushes Quenching the need for a reliable supply of hygienic professional-quality, single-use and disposable brushes and applicators. www.thepromakeupshop.com

Bobbi Brown Natural Finish Foundation

Illamasqua Eyelashes

Oil-free, all-day wear so you’ll have soft-matte, even-looking skin without having to pile on powder throughout the day. www.bobbibrown.co.uk

For after-dark drama at its most daring. Step outside the ordinary, and never look back. www.illamasqua.com

Lime Crime Enter the bright world of tomorrow with these colourful Candyfuture lipsticks! Each bursts with pigment for criminally bright, opaque result! www.limecrimemakeup.com

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Bobbi Brown - Blotting Papers

Barry M Lip Gloss Wands Get glossing and perfect your pout with Barry M’s latest treat for lips. www.barrym.com

Powder-free tissues absorb excess oil and perspiration from skin. Blotting Papers are encased in a refillable, black fauxleather case with mirror. www.bobbibrown.co.uk

smashbox - Masquerade (Pencile) Super-creamy, double-ended highlighter and gloss stick adds fullness and extra pout to your lips while saturating them with vitamin-packed moisture and shine www.masqueradeonline.co.uk

smashBox - Masquerade, soft Light Palette These multi-hued shades can be used alone or swirled together for a luminous, long-lasting glow. www.masqueradeonline.co.uk

Rodial Brazilian Tan The sun made a premature exit this summer but that doesn’t mean your tan has to. www.rodial.co.uk

MAC Pigment Pigment is a highly concentrated loose colour powder that contains ingredients to help it adhere to the skin. Try Neo-orange for this autumn. www.maccosmetics.co.uk

TREsemmé - Heat Timer spray This product guards against heat and friction to keep your hair shiny and incredibly soft. www.tresemme.co.uk

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st Tropez - self Tan The original cream tan, still the beautician’s favourite due to the ease of application and spectacular results! www.sttropeztan.com

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CREDITS: Photography: Vicktoria Panik // Model: Karolina Mikita // Make-up: Oksana Slipchenko

the Look

Creating

Lashes

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Prepare yourself this autumn for a barrage of luscious lashes! integrating these fantastic accessories into everyday makeup has never been more popular. First of all, do not feel that you have to stick with the standard short, medium or long lashes – experiment and be creative. Try to layer lashes of varying density and place them sporadically to achieve your desired effects. Paint the lashes with coloured mascara – faceoN would recommend trying the Stargazer range. how to apply individual lashes: if you’ve never tried faux lashes, try to give yourself plenty of time to as they can be quite fiddly. If you’re working with a model, a top tip would be to apply the lashes when your model is lying down. The process can be relatively laborious and can take 30 minutes onwards to perfect. if you’ve purchased an average, standard pack of lashes – you’ll find they come in short, medium and long. Long lashes are to be applied from the outside of the eye, medium for the middle of the eye and short lashes for the inner eye. Most packs will include an adhesive and instruction manual; however, it’s often a good idea to buy some extra adhesive separately. Take a lash with tweezers and dip the bulbous end into the glue, slide the bulb to the root of the natural lash and hold. in between every few lashes remember to open the eyes as this will avoid the lower lashes sticking to the top. Check the lashes on completion as gaps will be highly noticeable. Ready to have a go? faceoN would recommend the following products that are suitable for both amateurs and professional alike. You can purchase great coloured individual lashes from lash Base (www.lashbase.co.uk). Try: C Curl Special Colour Mink - Strip Lashes £12.99 per box C Curl Mink Strip – Glitter Lashes £14.99 per box (The glitter on these lashes will fall away after 2 to 3 days leaving the extension lash attached. They’re ideal for a night out or weekend away). C Curl Clear or Coloured – Diamond Lash (Swarovski Stone) £16.99 per box.

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introducing

Karl Lake

HiGH FASHiON PHOTOGRAPHER

“i’ve always been awestruck by spiders and the apprehension they deliver. Spiders are often creatures that people fear, so by combining Lola’s natural beauty i hope to have achieved a perfect contrast.

CREDITS: Photography: Karl Lake // Model: Lola Akinuli // Hair: Charles M’bino // Make-up: Giselle Artist // Stylist: Katie Scioscial

The ‘one shoulder’ dress was a subtle, simplistic piece using colours that i believe enhanced the accessories and ultimately created a strong image.”

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CREDITS: Photography: Karl Lake // Model: Eunice @ The Look // Hair: Samantha Blues // Stylist: Rebecca Stanton // Tog: Rob Fowl // Direction: Markable PRmua Giselle Artist

Eunice

Olumide MODEL OF THE YEAR

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Nominated for the prestigeous model of the year sponsored by Vogue, Eunice Olumide finds herself in hot demand modelling for Top shop, Joy, New look, Christopher kane and fCuk (to mention but a few), and has appeared on catwalks in Paris, New York, London and Milan. She is one of the original Scottish supermodels. Currently signed to Viva & an LA Agent who also represents agness Deyn, look out for her as the current face of Nokis NhS!

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aceoN magazine is proud to introduce Sarah Terry. With just 18 months experience, Sarah is already a thriving make-up artist, designer, body artist, creative director and she’s even dabbled in the music industry!

“i’ve worked in the industry for just a year and a half and i’ve already achieved a great deal in such a short space of time. i’d like my story to help motivate new artists and realise that with a lot of hard work, your dreams can truly become reality.”

“i’ve also, to date, worked on 6 music videos and several short films” Sarah has been published over 20 times in the last 18 months, both in the UK and across the globe. Her greatest achievements include the independent on Sunday, Bhf magazine, Trendsetter, Colures and makeup411 (to name just a few). Sarah was also awarded the front cover of illusion magazine, and was the first British artist to achieve such an accolade. “My work has introduced me to some amazing people too. i’ve had the pleasure of working with singer kazz kumar, designer, ejaz Christilano and actor, Norman lovett (from Red Dwarf) and i’ve also, to date, worked on 6 music videos and several short films.”

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Creating the Look

Sarah Terry tells FaceON readers how to achieve this awesome effect, with minimal props. “Firstly, i airbrushed the model’s face and body in pure white – from head to toe. Safety was my priority and i ensured that she was comfortable at all times. it’s a little laborious, but heaps of fun! Using a skin safe adhesive, i then applied mosaic pieces to parts of her body – you can Google your stockists, there are plenty of art, craft and beauty stores that will supply you with what you need. i then purchased Stargazer eyelashes (in black) to complete the eyes. The jewellery (including the head-dress) were each handmade from matchsticks (in a cube effect) and painted. We also bought hair extension pieces and created additional aesthetics with black and white necklaces.”

Photography: VXN Model: Tia Magno

To be inspired is your first step - to be creative is your very own marathon

Photography: Eric Lestrange Model: Kazz Kumar

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It’s all about you

Hofit Golan

Who is your inspiration at the moment? “i love everything that is uninhibited, adventurous and unusual. i love to travel and see and experience the world. Going to new places and meeting people from different cultures. i get huge inspiration from strong independent women and also from nature.” how long does it take to get ready for a shoot? “it all depends on the team and what is required from them. But it does take hours.” When you walk down the red carpet what is going through your mind? “i hope everything is where its supposed to be haha.”

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CREDITS: Photography: John Oakley // Model: Hofit Golan // Hair: Bernay Oliver @ Nevilles, London // Make-up: Geraldo Frazoo all by MAC // Stylist: Jayne Blight & Arabella Boyce

Do you have any top tips for aspiring models? “For aspiring models i would say, most important thing is to be strong and confident. This industry is full of very negative and sometimes toxic people. It can be very difficult for a young model to deal with. Always trust your own instincts and surround yourself with good people you can trust. Know when to say NO and don’t quit just because you don’t achieve your goals right away. A healthy life style with proper diet, exercise and rest is essential. i started to eat according to my blood type and it really worked for me. Finally have fun. in Fashion we are not saving lives.. we just make them more beautiful, so don’t take it too seriously.” Any beauty advice for us? “invest time in taking care of yourself. Make sure you properly clean your skin at night and moisturize it. i personally love the elizabeth Grant new Socializer day and night eye care. it helps me recover my tired eyes after a long day or jetlag. Beauty comes from within.; you need to eat right, sleep well and exercise. Also use sunblock, even if its cloudy outside. The sun can age you prematurely. i use skin care religiously. i love the entire line of elizabeth Grant (www.elizabethgrant.com) and i adore maC.”

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SARAH TERRY’S

Bath Time

Beauty PUSHiNG THE

This creation included a bath, a model, a little arts n’ craft – and a whole heap of imagination! “i wanted to create something special. Something that shows that within art, it’s the imagination that counts - and not the budget. I filled an everyday, large bath tub with nice warm water and added blue body paint to change the colour. I bought the leaves and butterflies at hobbycraft and placed them strategically to give the appearance that Beau was sinking into a beautiful lake.

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For her make-up, i used a pale, max factor lasting performance foundation to achieve a flawless, pale skin tone. For her eyes, i opted for a combination of gold and green eyeshadows by maC. i then applied spotted feathers (again, from hobbycraft) to her eyes and added faux natural eyelashes. Completing the look was a case of a simple, nude pink lipstick.” faceoN applauds Sarah for a set so simple, yet ingenious! it just goes to show that the concept in your mind can be achieved easily – all you need is your imagination.

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CREDITS: Photography: Photo Tom // Model: Beau Rocks // Make-up: Sarah Terry

BOUNDARiES


CREDITS: Photography: Dave Piper // Model: Liv Free

Dave Piper

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Synthetic lashes (faux / false) are the current must have to accompany your wedding make-up. Try to choose a pair that are not too full – it’s imperative to find the correct style to suit your makeup. it is always wise to remember that if chosen incorrectly, the lashes can make your eyes look smaller - a contradiction to their purpose. FaceON Magazine recommends Girls aloud (Nicola) – which is available at Superdrug stores Nationwide and priced from £4.95. Continue your look with a classic Smoky Eye, see page 63 for a stepby-step guide.

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Eye Cat ching

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For the Diamond Effect; try clear and coloured Swarovski crystals. It’s wise to experiment first and FaceON Magazine recommends Ben Nye as a skin friendly adhesive.

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Ryan Jerome Fashion Photographer

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CREDITS: Photography: Ryan Jerome // Model: ULA @ Major // Make-up: Heloise Baldelli // Stylist: Matteo Maso

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Cristian Dorigatti

02 Jacket: Shorts: Shoes:

a lab Cristian Dorigatti Gilda Giambra

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Chicca lualdi angelos frentzos htc

04 Shirt: misuraca Trousers: a lab Shoes: Gilda Giambra

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FACEON Magazine - ISSUE 4 Teaser!  

An early edition of FACEON Magazine, late Summer 2010. We like to think of it as 'a bit of a classic'... :) For 'top tips, n' tutorials'...

FACEON Magazine - ISSUE 4 Teaser!  

An early edition of FACEON Magazine, late Summer 2010. We like to think of it as 'a bit of a classic'... :) For 'top tips, n' tutorials'...

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