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BEHIND THE MASK We delve into the increasingly common disease that is cyber bullying

how to create a cover shot

Get the LFW look!

So you want to be a Vampire?

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Natasha Booth, Richard Sumner, Liv Free, Sarah Terry, Carly Musleh, Hofit Golan John Davis, Hugh O’ Malley, John Farrar Dave ‘Kai’ Piper, Barry Druxman, Maria Foster Kristina Vassilieva, Eve-Yasmine, Brian Rolfe Brian Freidman, Katy Short, Karl Lake Ryan Jerome, Chelsey Baker, Daniel Moncur-Sime cover credits: Photography: Dress: Jewellery / rings: Styling: Make-up and design:

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CREDITS: Photography & Retouch: Anders Eriksson // Model: Cecilia Thomsson // Make-up: Helen Torsgarden

Welcome

FaceON readers

A well needed warm welcome FACEON readers

As the snow continues to fall and the cosy winter nights draw in, we can only but reflect on the past few months here at FACEON headquarters.

but a few. We have exclusive interviews with

exceptional addition with her superb style of

the awesome Carmit Bachar (former Pussycat

writing. Richard and I would also like to thank

Doll) and X-Factor’s Brian Freidman makes

our behind the scenes team for their continued

another appearance. Our step by step guides

support and hard work.

An abundance of superb interviews and the

achieve your very own piece of art.

introduction of the exciting FACEON TV has swamped our office with anticipation and excitement. This winter edition has been bombarded with an exceptionally high standard of submissions and interest; we could, in fact, have published two!

are an insight into the realms of a make-up artist’s mind; follow these simple tutorials to

We’ve covered hundreds of products too, all carefully selected and used by the top professionals in the UK – find out what they have in their kit! The FACEON family continues to grow with the introduction of our Features’ Writer,

Piper, Liv free and Hugh O’Malley to name

Miss Sarah Robinson. Sarah has been an

see you all again very soon!

Nat asha Boot h Company Director/Editor

Richard Sumner Creative Director

Professional Make-up Magazine

This issue sees the fine works of Dave Kai

Enjoy FACEON Magazine ISSUE 5 and we’ll

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CREDITS: Photography: Ben Scott // Models: Samantha Louise Hicks, Alenka Dubravova // Hair: Fiona Macleod // MUA: Maddie Pearce // Hair: Fiona Macleod // Designer: Samantha Cole

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It is essential to compliment the make-up with the hair style of your model – when fused correctly the results can be striking.

When your model has a strong haircut and you are trying to emphasise the clothes you should keep the make-up to a minimal. The hair compliments the model’s bone structure and dress - the make-up is a simple smoky eye using NYX Single Eyeshadow in Black

on your own eyelashes and create an updated 60’s look. Experiment with different colours to create a modern twist on a classic look. NYX’s Studio Liquid Liner is a highly pigmented liquid line and a great choice! The models are wearing dresses by fashion designer Samantha Cole.

For the lips, try using a nude lipstick in matte or gloss, FACEON recommends MAC Fresh Brew.

BlONDE MODEl Try different looks with a roll neck, as some may look too much with heavy makeup. Hair tied up is a must as it will make the model appear taller. However, a more extreme and quirky look can work too. Draw

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CREDITS: Photography: Ben Scott // Models: Samantha Louise Hicks, Alenka Dubravova // Hair: Fiona Macleod // MUA: Maddie Pearce // Hair: Fiona Macleod // Designer: Samantha Cole

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Black & White As part of our Special Features section, this month, FACEON Magazine explores a very common question:

Why is shooting a black and white picture different after the model has applied make-up? Shooting in black and white is very different from shooting in colour. As a make-up artist failure to use the correct make-up will ruin a photograph by making it appear too dark. Here are some tips for the professional artist:

FAcEON Tips n’ Tricks • The Main goal is to create high contrast between the skin tone and facial features - so do not load on the foundation and concealer as it tends to show up a lot in the pictures. • Practise with lipsticks before you shoot. • If the model has red tones to his/her skin it will come out grey in black and white pictures. (Use a yellow concealer to help with the redness.) • Make-up that has hints of blue, red or purple will look darker in images. • Black eye shadows appear grey - apply liquid black or paints for a smoky eye effect. • Warm shades and yellow/orange tones do not come out very strong on black and white pictures. • Concentrate on bone structure and experiment with the lighting for a dramatic, glamorous look. • Apply a darker contour colour to the indents of the cheeks to bring out an edgy look in black and white photos.

Remember! Dark shades of red and green and the ever invincible white work best for black and white photography. Avoid pinks, yellows and light blues. Shades should be stronger and applied more heavily than usual creating a strong contrast.

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Lipsticks The PlantLove™ collection, by Cargo cosmetics www.globalpackagegallery.com

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Winter Spice & ALL THINgS NICE... When most people think of copper tones they think of Autumn. However, FACEON thinks of warm winter spices and with our shoulders hunched with contentment, we think of friendly fires and hot coca. Get prepared to spice up your life this winter with copper and bronze tone make-up to give you that winter feeling whenever you want it. FAcEON rEcOMMENDS:

This powder is a deep brown with red undertones, giving your eyes an alluring antique copper colour. The shimmering powder does not bombard the colour as with many other copper shadows, it delicately compliments the copper colour and enhances the eye area brilliantly. For a concealer that can also double up as a contouring product try, Pro Palette Concealer - 3 color (Medium Neutral, Light Amber, Deep Sand) From the same company try experimenting with their Eye Shadow in Dark Brown.

CREDITS: Photography: Barry Druxman // Model: Brianna Michelle Redmond // Make-up: Kay Matthews

Genies Lamp - 5g Vegan Mineral Eye Shadow

FAcEON NEwS FlASH! Launched in 1994, take a look at IMAN Cosmetics: “IMAN Cosmetics is more than just a line of makeup products, it is a beauty philosophy. Skin products that are designed for women of all colours, with a focus on natural hues. IMAN, which means magnet in Spanish, has created a concept of whole beauty from the inside out. IMAN Cosmetics lean towards African American, Asian, Latina and multi-cultural women with skin tones in a myriad of shades. The brand offers skincare and cosmetics, including 16 foundation shades. Check out these superb and luscious cosmetics today.” Wonderful products that are an essential addition to the kits of every professional make-up artist – go forth and explore!

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Winter Spice & ALL THINgS NICE... When most people think of copper tones they think of Autumn. However, FACEON thinks of warm winter spices and with our shoulders hunched with contentment, we think of friendly fires and hot coca. Get prepared to spice up your life this winter with copper and bronze tone make-up to give you that winter feeling whenever you want it. FAcEON rEcOMMENDS:

This powder is a deep brown with red undertones, giving your eyes an alluring antique copper colour. The shimmering powder does not bombard the colour as with many other copper shadows, it delicately compliments the copper colour and enhances the eye area brilliantly. For a concealer that can also double up as a contouring product try, Pro Palette Concealer - 3 color (Medium Neutral, Light Amber, Deep Sand) From the same company try experimenting with their Eye Shadow in Dark Brown.

CREDITS: Photography: Barry Druxman // Model: Brianna Michelle Redmond // Make-up: Kay Matthews

Genies Lamp - 5g Vegan Mineral Eye Shadow

FAcEON NEwS FlASH! Launched in 1994, take a look at IMAN Cosmetics: “IMAN Cosmetics is more than just a line of makeup products, it is a beauty philosophy. Skin products that are designed for women of all colours, with a focus on natural hues. IMAN, which means magnet in Spanish, has created a concept of whole beauty from the inside out. IMAN Cosmetics lean towards African American, Asian, Latina and multi-cultural women with skin tones in a myriad of shades. The brand offers skincare and cosmetics, including 16 foundation shades. Check out these superb and luscious cosmetics today.” Wonderful products that are an essential addition to the kits of every professional make-up artist – go forth and explore!

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prODUcTS USED:

Queen B y p ro fe s s i o n a l M a k e - u p a r t i st a n d m o d e l , L i v Fre e

Smashbox Photo finish

MAC pigment in ‘Frost’

foundation primer Kryolan ultrafoundation

Benefit eye shadow in ‘Like what you sea?’

in ‘TV white’

Ice FX fake ice crystals

Kryolan Aquacolor in

Duo false eyelash glue

‘Silver blue’ Kryolan Aquacolor in ‘white’

Assorted flat back Swarovski crystals

Kryolan Aquacolor in ‘blue’

White hairspray

1. To prepare the face ready for the application of make-up, cleanse, tone, moisturise lightly and apply a primer to the face and neck.

2. Apply your very pale Kryolan Ultra foundation in ‘TV White’ to the skin, covering face, ears, neck, shoulders, arms and hands. As this product is a crème foundation, make sure that the application is light. For best results, use the MAC 187 duo fibre brush and apply the foundation to the face in small circular motions.

3. Wet your brush with a little water and dip lightly into your MAC pigment in ‘Frost’. Apply liberally around the eye area, up to the brow bone, and then down to hide any shadows under the eyes. Blend well into the foundation with a dry fluff brush.

4. Next take your Kryolan Aquacolor in ‘white’. Wet your brush again and swirl your brush into the Aquacolor until you have a white paste on your brush. Apply this over your eyebrows and over your eyelashes. Let the product dry and reapply in order to get a strong colour. Still using the white Aquacolor, use another brush to line your waterline, underneath the bottom lashes and over the top lashes, to make the eyes stand out further.

5. After this, take your Aquacolor in ‘silver blue’ and wet and swirl your brush in the product as you did with the white. Add a little of the silver blue to your brush and contour underneath the cheekbones. Blend it with a dry brush.

6. Use your Benefit eye shadow in ‘Like what you sea?’ to apply to the socket area of the eye and blend out. Take the eye shadow down and halfway underneath the eye, to create a ‘v’ shape around the corner of the eye.

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9. After you have finished putting the ice crystals on, you can start to apply the Swarovski. For this, use your Duo glue again and stick the crystals in a random fashion onto the face, ears, neck or wherever you wish.

Styling: Krishen Parmer // Make-up and design: Liv Free // Thanks to Karl Baxter

8. At this stage, you can start to apply the Ice FX crystals. Grab your Duo glue, and apply to the areas where you want your crystals to be. Leave it for a minute so it will become slightly tacky, and then apply a mixture of small, medium and large crystals.

CREDITS: Photography: Dave ‘Kai’ Piper // Dress: Joe Challita // Jewellery / rings: Fei Lui

7. Take your Aquacolor in ‘silver blue’ again and apply to the lips and then lightly over your eyebrows, so that they are not completely lost.

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CREDITS: Photography: Murad RM // Model: Stephanie Tripp // Make-up: Sally Watterston // Hair: Tasha Goodhand-tait // Jewellery: Swell Vintage


So You Want to Be A Vampire...? FAcEON’s Sarah robinson discusses the latest Vampire phenomenon in the UK Makeup world. At the moment, everyone wants to be a vampire... Why is it so cool to be a ghoul? The term ‘Vampire’ has been around since the 18th century, popularised after an invasion of vampire superstition from Western Europe.

a sex symbol. Vampires have been talked about as early as the 1700s, with a poem entitled ‘The Vampire’. Authors soon picked up on the mystical genre and a craze was soon created. ‘Varney the Vampire’ was written in 1845 and was finished in 1847; the original edition was an impressive length and spawned over 220 chapters. Undoubtedly though, the most famous vampire book probably of all time is Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’ written in 1897. Stoker’s epic novel paved the way for all modern adaptations of how we see our typical vampire with their well known attributes, such as fangs, immortality and a strong vulnerability to sunlight.

The mythological night walking demon that existed then is the same stereotypical perception we have today; but now modern day civilisation A mass sense of hysteria soon developed as has quite possibly turned the elusive vampire into Vampires were blamed as a cause of the medical

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epidemics of Victorian Europe where tuberculosis and syphilis were rife. Corpses were staked and people were being accused of vampirism daily, everyone became a suspect. Obviously in 2010 we don’t believe that we will be plagued by demons desperately seeking our blood; but we, as a modern culture, continue to be interested in the mystical unknown territory in which we have immersed ourselves. ‘The Vampire Diaries’, ‘The Twilight Saga’ and ‘True Blood’ are all hugely popular television programmes and films which have adorn our books and even our duvet covers. We as a nation like investigating the unknown and a normal human teenager embracing herself romantically with a vampire just cannot be missed...

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Twilight Make-up Twilight lovers and make-up artists will fall in love with this fantastic range of make-up to create all the character looks in the Twilight phenomenon. The twilightbeauty.com website advises you on the products with tips and tricks on how to achieve each look. They have captured the awe of the pure passion and excitement of the trilogy and deserve a medal for tapping into a market that has by far out shone most new makeup launches in 2010 1.

Luna Twilight Team

Edward Gift Set 2. Duwop Twilight Lip Venom

3. Luna Twilight Color Palette - Bella 4. Luna Twilight Color Palette - Victoria 5. Luna Twilight Color Palette - Alice 6. Luna Twilight Color Palette - Rosalie 7. Luna Twilight First Light Face Glow (21Ml) 8. Luna Twilight First Light Body Glow (37Ml) 9. Luna Twilight Moonshadow Duo Eyeshadow - Snow Storm 10. Luna Twilight Moonshadow Duo Eyeshadow - Honey & Wine

Get the Twilight look

you (for a mere £850 each!). We have found a very simple Apply a foundation two way to achieve the look by shades lighter than your own using Tooth Black Out, (for skin tone. You will need to that missing tooth effect). apply an even coverage as it You very tactfully paint on a will be a definite difference ‘v’ shape to create the fang in colour. Blend with a flat, look. It takes a bit of practice large brush to avoid a tide and the taste is certainly line. If you apply too much not that nice but it leaves a it may look too fake and better taste in your mouth foolhardy, you must create a that you have not spent a flawless look. small fortune!

contact lenses Enhance the look with character lenses such as Devil Red by Colour Vue Crazy Lens. Also Viper and Cat Eyes are amazing, also available from Colour Vue.

Eye make-up Try the Twilight products for the ultimate look. However, to get the look all you need is a black Kohl pencil under the eye and slightly at the corners on top. Apply a dark brown/black to the socket areas and under the eyes to frame and enhance. You need to create smoulder and mystical which takes practice, particularly if you’re working with a male model. You can add some contouring for a chiselled cheek bone effect with a brown shade applied in the dented part of the face under the cheekbone. On males, this can be very striking.

Teeth You can purchase fangs or make them with candle wax – and for the truly serious, you can have some built for

wHITE FAcE IMAGE For this look your model should preferably have amazing bone structure and clear skin. This is because the white face paint will exaggerate all the lumps and bumps on the face.

CREATING THE LOOK Face The face and hair can be created by using face/body paint such as Snazaroo 30ml Face and Body Paint Pot (White). This is applied using a damp sponge and blended with a flat brush. You can comb the paint into the hair to create streaks or apply by hand with a little water for durability. The eyebrows have been covered with putty and white concealer. Mould the putty and very finely apply to eyebrows. Pat down to secure the even look and paint with white concealer – then continue as normal.

Eyebrows Liquid eyeliner is a great way to draw on the desired shape and style of the eyebrow. This image shows an interesting wave of the eyebrow that lifts the face. Try Per Una Eyeliner Pen. This is a liquid pen which gives you more control and precision when designing the eyebrows. Eyelashes-Classy Lashes CF6

Eye Snazaroo 18 ml Metallic Silver Face Paint. Apply with a fine, hard brush to create the outline and colour with a soft brush. You can create whichever art you desire to the eye area. Try other metallic colours in the Snazaroo also.

lips Classic red lips are perfect for the paler look in high fashion shoots. Try to create your own shades by mixing different reds. Try Clinique Long Last Lipstick Trio Gift Set. You must remember that when creating such striking white make-up, the lips will be heavily enhanced. Your work must be perfect without any colour bleeding. Apply concealer to the lips before you apply the lip liner and lipstick - this will create a base for the lipstick to adhere to. The rest is up to you… practise and play and ultimately, you’ll achieve the perfect Vampire visage! www.twilightbeauty.com

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Fashion Week Look By Marie Foster and Sarah robinson

The look “At London’s trendy nightspot Amika, I was holding a casting for the opening show of the biggest event of the fashion world London Fashion Week. I had to look for the perfect models that could portray the look chosen by all the designers that were showcasing their collections at the opening show. Alex Martinez and I were there to cast our eyes on the talent for this year. After many in-depth discussions with all the designers we decided that the make-up look was to be the hugely popular and very fashionable ‘smoky eye’. The ‘smoky eye’ look was decided on due to its popularity with worldwide fashion editorials and the hundreds of variations of ‘smoky eyes’ we could play with. I decided on using an intense and vibrant blue in the inner corner of the eye to make it appear extreme and pop. The hair that was agreed on was a wild and edgy look and as you can see worked really well. However, due to time constraints on the actual show it was scaled down for the 35 models and wasn’t quite as adventurous. That’s Show Business!” I used the following products: “I used one of my all time favourite foundations YSL Tient Majeur (in colour 4) to get the best fresh

complexion for pale skin tones. I complimented the foundation beforehand by carefully enveloping the skin with YSL Primer that leaves the skin feeling vivacious and smooth. Eyes: I always find that with any make-up that requires intensity, you have to create a base first; this will give you a much better result without the need to cake it on...so my base was MAC Paint (in architecture). For the intensity of the black I then used a great product by MUFE. I used Aqua Eyes waterproof eye pencil in black to the crease and the water line and then it was very well blended. To set that in place I used Carbon by MAC on top and continued to blend. For the intensity of the blue I used MAC (Brushed Metal cream in METALBLU) everyone was in awe at the great look this gave! I am a great believer in using a layer of complimentary colours when creating a look; you get depth and also smoothness in the finished result. I wanted everything to flow without any harsh lines so to help with the blending I used RMK Ingenious Powder (in shiny yellow gold). The subtle luxurious colour really applauds the overall look. The powder is one of those make-up products that I feel

has a multitude of uses, I love it! Mascara The designers were insistent that no fake lashes should be used for this look, so to make my lashes appear huge, feminine and doll like, I used lashings of Estee Lauder sumptuous waterproof mascara in black. Brows To keep the brows looking neutral I just groomed them using DIORSHOW brow gel. concealer Another one of my favourite products from my extensive make-up bag, MUFE High Definition concealer (in colour 330) - it has a great consistency and is hugely hydrating to the eyes. contouring On any catwalk with all the lights and flashes from the cameras it is vital to get the contouring right so that the model’s features don’t get lost in all the lights.

the intensity from the eyes so there isn’t any need to overdo it. Firstly, to set some of the cream bronze I used MAC Blush (in Harmony), and then on the apples I used MAC Cream Blush (in Peechykeen) - this was all to be polished over with a sweep of Chanel Natural Finish Powder (in 50 Peche). lips No look is complete without the perfect colour lip and on this occasion I felt that nothing other than a natural pale colour would do. I used my favourite pallet ever: New York Pallet from Alcone, (colours LC003 AND LC142) and topped with a hint of natural gloss, I used the extremely cool and contemporary lip-gloss collection from BARRY M (in the colour 2) - they smell delicious too! A few tips for the catwalk:

When creating ‘the look’, always remember that the skin needs to look alive, so instead of using a setting powder that sometimes will A soft contour under the deaden the skin you can use cheekbone and on the a natural loose luminous temples of the forehead was powder like Chanel achieved using CHANEL Natural Finish. Not only Creme Bronze Universal. does this set your make-up Not only is this a great colour, but it will give a gorgeous it simply glides onto the skin luminosity to the skin. easily and effectively. Create that gorgeous pout by cheeks using a highlighter shimmer and run it across the top of Just a burst of colour is all that is needed to compliment the lip at the cupids bow.”

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CREDITS: Photography: Garazi Photography // Model: Natasha @ D1 Models // Sian Faulkner

Simply Simple Minimal make-up is the key. A combination of flawless skin, light foundation and a little mascara is all you’ll need! You can also experiment with a dash of rouge on the cheeks for that wintery glow.

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Yves Saint Laurent

SEpHOrA cOllEcTION

GlOSS rEpUlpANT Superb in any of the available colours and tones - simply mix together for that extra high gloss.

A Professional, clear natural mascara - ideal for accentuating your lashes by separating, curling, and imparting a soft sheen. The collection is also perfect for combing and holding hard-to-tame brows in place – mascara that a gal can’t live without!

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CREDITS: Photography & Hair: Olga Ecat

Back to the winter 60’s Be daring, be unique and be trendy with our 60’s look that’s sure to turn some heads this winter! www.pepperbox.ru

FACEON tips

Try this superb orange shadow

MAC Morange Lipstick.

Don’t be afraid to try new colour combinations. Use various shades to create a more 3d effect.

www.makeup-halloween.com

This wild orange suits most skin tones and will make your teeth look whiter. Try with natural or smoky make-up.

With some great colours from www.polyvore.com

www.maccosmetics.co.uk Don’t forget your eyelashes to finish off the 60’s look! www.classylashes.com

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CREDITS: Photography: Cristina Carra Caso, Assistant: Matt Schofield // Model: Adriana Bucur // Make-up: Joy Lowrie

Exquisite “Art isn’t always reliant upon the budget. All it takes is people with a similar mind set, similar determination and the motivation to get noticed. When good people come together, you have a team – and great things can be achieved through sheer team work alone.”

As part of our on-going inspirational stories, in this issue, FACEON talks with a new, innovative creative studio headed by photographer Cristina Carra Caso. “As an aspiring professional photographer, I have had the pleasure of making the acquaintance of many talented and creative people. I’m originally from Madrid, Spain. I recently relocated to Edinburgh to be with my partner, Matt, who is now our ‘Assistant of Photography’. Matt was the first to inspire me and to help me through my studies to gain my Diploma in Professional Photography. With an abundance of talented people out there, we continually strive to find the right people to work with. Often we don’t get paid, nor can we pay our team (except on a TFP, time for prints basis), thus we do everything we can to make sure that all involved are delighted with the results. For this particular set we were joined by the very talented Joy Lowrie as Make-up artist and Hair Stylist. Joy is fully qualified in her trade but again, like us, she’s hoping to make her mark in the industry. Our model was Adriana Bucur – she’s agency represented, however, she approached us to help her update her modelling portfolio. Having both seen each other’s work, we were all keen to create something special! The shoot took place in both our studio and on location to ensure we captured a variety of images – focussing on all aspects of body, hair, make-up, styling and accessories. We’re truly honoured to have our work featured in FACEON Magazine and hope that we have achieved our goal in creating something unique and in fact… exquisite!”

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CREDITS: Photography: Alex Styles // Model: Colleen Deary // MUA: Ganga Bhambra

What’s New Pussycat Halloween’s been and gone – winter gothic lives on. Don’t hide in your shadows… FAcEON rEcOMMENDS Lord & Berry Black Wardrobe Stardust Eyeshadow This is a highly concentrated powder that creates a seductive, glamorous feel. Bobbi Brown (in Mercury) For a sparkly party look, try Bobbi Brown’s Metallic Long-Wear Cream. To play a little less severe, use your fingertips to apply. You can build and add to the look by using a good brush, Gosh brushes are ideal. Illamasqua Pure Pigment (in Android) For a shimmering, charcoal black that you can use on your eyes, cheeks and brow. EDITOr’S cHOIcE! True Romance Eyeshadow Palette Adora, a limited-edition palette of eight, richly pigmented eyeshadows from tattoo artist Kat Von D.

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CREDITS: Photographer: Michael Slyfield Model: Chelsey Baker // Make-up: Blink + Go

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Blink+Go™ Style 5 Colour palette using the blue eyeshadow with cream highlighter and soft pastel peach and apricot blush. Blink+Go™ Strip lashes in style number Temptress 2 Blink+Go™ liquid eyeliner in Black Foundation - Fresh Minerals Natural loose powder Lipstick - Fresh Minerals in shade Sydney Lip

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Blink+Go™ Style 2 Colour palette using the metallic grey and brown eyeshadow with cream highlighter and coral and pink blush. Blink+Go™ Strip lashes in style number Temptress 2 Blink+Go™ liquid eyeliner in Black Foundation - Fresh Minerals Natural loose powder Lipstick - Fresh Minerals lipstick in shade Love Bites


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CREDITS: Photographer: Michael Slyfield Model: Chelsey Baker // Make-up: Blink + Go


Shoes: Stockings: Shirt: Photographer: Model:

Moschino La Perla Armani Marc Evans Jenny Agency Major

www.laperla.com www.moschino.com www.EmporioArmani.com www.marcevansphotography.com

Soldier Fashion coMpLete tHe Look

Pout like you mean it with, pErFEcTION pErFEcT MOISTUrE in Lipstick Red by Marks & Spencer www.marksandspencer.com

For luminous skin we recommend BlOOMINOUS FAcE AND BODy IllUMINATOr prIME OF yOUr lIFE face primer by Primark www.primark.co.uk

For hair that needs that volume when you do take off the hat try: TREVOR SORBIE BEAUTIFUl VOlUME HAIrSprAy www.trevorsorbie.com

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CREDITS: Photographer: Marc Evans // Model: Jenny, Agency Major


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CREDITS: Tog: Murad RM // Model: Stephanie Tripp // MUA: Sally Watterston

Purple Haze Create a smoky eye with a winter twist – a deep, dark purple can be used as if you were using a black.

www.muradrmphotography.co.uk www.sallywatterston.co.uk

FAcEON tips:

Eyeliner by Christian Dior.

Paint around the liner with various shades of purple to create layers, FACEON recommends Purple LancĂ´me Color Design shadow (in Drama).

Accentuate any lipstick with some glitter (applied with lip-gloss) or try Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner Gift Set for a super glitter effect!

www.dior.com

www.lancome.co.uk

www.urbandecay.com

Line the eye with a liquid eyeliner such as Diorliner Precision Eyeliner (098 black) or Intense Liquid

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