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November2013 | Issue #14

Kiss This Winter

LEE PYCROFT // JA MES READ TERRY O’NEILL // GABRIELA HERSHAM LIZ M ARTINS // NEIL MOODIE HEIDA BIRGISDÓT TIR

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NEIL MOODIE

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International hairstylist, director of Windle & Moodie Salon/WAM hair tools. Likes Sushi and dogs.

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KEVIN JAMES BENNETT

Five time nominee and Winner of two Emmy® Awards for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Makeup’. LIZ MARTINS

A make-up maverick with a passion for fashion, music, innovation and creation! RUTH CRILLY

Fashion model, beauty enthusiast, writer of fiction and non. (Grade 8 Clarinet!) HEIDI SCARLETT KING

Beauty presenter for ITV’s This Morning. Television, fashion and celebrity make-up artist. S TA C E Y O A K E S

Make-up artist, Pixiwoo course co-ordinator, blogger and PR for Pixiwoo. L I S A K I R WA N

Professional make-up artist, writer, lover of art, words, music and all things British! ASHER COLEMAN

Make-up artist, nail tech, fashion graduate and full-time dork!

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We’re so excited that TWO has bee as a finalist in the Digital Magazine www.twitter.com/DigitalMagAw crossed for November 26th!

In this month’s issue you can see of a collaboration photoshoot with from A Model Recommends, Pho Richard Grassie, Nic (make-up) a (hair and nails). The beautiful cha was provided by Pandora and is par Essence Collection that launches t We had lots of fun working on the you can watch our behind the sce vlog and Ruth’s model vlog by click buttons on pages 43 and 53.

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Professional make-up artist and beauty blogger. Worked in non-fiction at HarperCollins. F R E Y– J A B A R K E R

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the late Corrine Day, and a new book that celebrates her work. Frey-ja Barker, Heidi Scarlett King, Asher Coleman and Liz Martins offer their monthly tips from nail trends through to helping keep your skin glowing in the harsher winter months. I hope you enjoy the issue. Tweet us your thoughts. Sam x To submit images or written articles please email submissions@two-magazine.com and check our guidelines on our Facebook page here. Thank you.

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18 ARTIST PROFILE… LEE PYCROFT

30 TRENDS HEIDI SCARLETT KING

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YV ES S AI N T L A U R E N T C I TY DR IV E CLA S S Y PALETTE This limited-edition palette has four eye shadows in shades of grey and chocolate brown with varying levels of shimmer. STILA – S T AY A L L D A Y W ATE R PR OO F L I Q U I D EY EL I N E R This pen style liquid liner is the ultimate precision liner to create a feline flick or a structured pattern. Long lasting and waterproof – this will last all day. KEVY N AU CO I N T HE S E N S U AL S K I N E N H A N C ER Gives a full cover whilst still showing the skins natural colourings. Mix with moisturiser for sheer or use a minimal amount for a fuller cover. MOL T ON B R O W N This three-wick candle with black peppercorn, bergamot, and oakmoss. The warm and spicy fragrance is perfect for early winter evenings. 16

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B I O DER M A HYD R A BIO H20 New 3-in-1 cleansing formula that is best for a sensitive, dehydrated skin. Soothing and decongesting ingredients eliminate impurities. Safe for removing eye makeup. S H U UEM UR A – HA RD FORM UL A B R O W PENCIL Precision brow pencil with a non waxy, hard texture to ensure colour longevity and build able colour. Create a full on brow or use to re create small hairs. C A N O N L EGR IA M INI We love the unique LEGRIA mini from Canon. It’s a great addition to any vlogger’s arsenal with its lightweight, compact design and touchscreen features. With the Vari-angle LCD and built-in stand you can have fun experimenting with different angles as well as switch between ultra-wide and close-up. Boasting built-in Wi-Fi you can share content directly and even operate your LEGRIA mini with live streaming remote control using your smartphone or tablet. Despite fitting in the palm of your hand, the LEGRIA mini captures Full-HD footage and still photos. TW EEZ Y A spring style hair removal tool. Simply bend into a loop and twist whilst running along fine facial hair to remove quickly with minimal pain. W W W.T WO -- M AGA Z I N E.CO M I S S U E 14 // N OV E M B ER 2013

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NOT SATISFIED WITH A CLIENT LIST OF TOP CELEBS AND A-LISTERS, AMBITIOUS ARTIST LEE PYCROFT IS ALSO THE BRAINS BEHIND MY-MANAGEMENT, A BOUTIQUE AGENCY REPRESENTING A DIVERSE MIX OF TALENTED CREATIVES WORKING IN THE FASHION AND BEAUTY INDUSTRIES

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hen did you first decide that you wanted to become a make-up artist… what made you think ‘That’s what I want to do’? I was working in retail and one day while feeling kind of restless I had a random thought that I’d like to become a make-up artist as I wouldn’t have to work everyday and I could wear what I wanted!

Are you self-taught or did you train? I did a six week fashion make-up course at a school that’s now shut down… that’s how long ago it was! How would you define your style? Any particular period that has influenced you most? I would define my style as sexy, wearable, glamour. I don’t feel I have been overly influenced by a particular period but if I had to choose I do love the 60s and 70s as the girls had a sassy, sex appeal. Who or what inspires you? Random acts of kindness and people who have triumphed through adversity. Do you prefer working backstage at shows or on location shoots? I love working in a show environment and with other artists as team work can be amazing fun with the right group of people and there is always something new to learn from others. Mind you a nice warm location always goes down a treat with me too!

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Tell us about My-management, your consultancy that represents beauty industry professionals. I set up My-management UK about six years ago as it offers a more flexible type of arrangement than most agency style representations. We are a small but dedicated company that manages a handful of make-up and hair artists, stylists and a couple of photographers. I have great people working for me and I like the variety that being both a make-up artist and company owner offers. As a successful business woman, do you feel it’s important for a professional make-up artist to be commercially savvy? Definitely! You have to think outside the box as markets change and the industry is transient and can be fickle. Unless you want to be waiting for somebody to tell you when your next job is you better wise up and have a think about what your unique selling points are and how you are going to market them. Which one product would you advise someone to never leave home without? Tinted sunscreen to be used on the back of hands and face. Your top five favourite products? Mary Kay Lash Love Mascara, Skinceuticals C E Ferulic, Mac eyebrow pencils in Lingering and Fling, Avon supershock gel eyeliner pencil and Bobbi Brown eye brightener.

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Which other make-up artist has helped you along the way in your career? Apart from the inimitable Mary Greenwell?! I have had help from many generous artists, new and established, who have offered advice or product information along my way. I am a big believer in being open with people, sharing knowledge and always being mindful that there is more to learn. Mentioning no names of course, tell us a funny industry-related story. I was travelling with an A-lister and to avoid fans and press she put me in her car and took another less conspicuous one. Needless to say once arriving near the red carpet all the paparazzi were going crazy outside her car only to be somewhat disappointed when I stepped out! Do you feel the industry has changed since you first started? I think the internet has changed the industry hugely. The opportunities for a global following is bigger and what was once a relatively small network of artists working quietly in the background creating magic has now become quite a saturated market. What is expected of an artist has also changed in terms being able to deliver more in less time and under budget! Which person (or thing) defines beauty for you? Kindness and laughter.

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As one of the most in-demand artists in the industry, how do you find time to relax? Being a single mum of a 16 year-old as well as an 8 year-old it is important to work on the balance of my life as they are my priority. I try and focus on certain jobs that will deliver me what I need or want rather then going for everything that comes up. What are your plans for the future? Any exciting projects to tell us about? I have set up another division to my company and collaborated with my longterm friend and artist Sarah Reygate and set up MY- Make-up Masterclasses. They are aimed at aspiring artists or groups of women who would like to learn the art of make-up. [ Click here ] if you would like to know more.

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ith these cooler days rolling in fast comes a shift in our beauty regimes; in particular our skin. Gone is the holiday tan and a desire for a more fuller coverage is needed. Instead of heavy, dry and ultra matte-looking skin, there has been a new style of Autumn/Winter skin that can only be described as like ‘Velvet’. “A richly decadent, full cream textured skin that’s not heavy, but hydrated and perfectly perfected.” And here are the go-to products for this seasons new skin trend, as seen in Fall 2013 shows like Victoria Beckham and Isabel Marant…

STEP 1 MOISTURE & MASSAGE Start by spritzing the skin with a facial toner like Dr Hauschka facial toner to clarify and prepare the skin for moisture. It’s heavenly rose scent really lifts and refreshes you. With the change of the season comes the need for more moisture and thankfully the biggest skin trend right now is facial oils! My two favourite picks are Rodial Stemcell Superfood facial oil and Decleor Aromessence face oil. A lot of oils are too greasy to wear in the day but both of these absorb quickly, especially when lightly massaged into the face and neckline. (If you are particularly oily then just do this step at night.)


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STEP 2 PR I M E TI M E There’s so so many primers on the market these days and the tricky thing is they all give different types of texture appearances to your base. To create the ultimate velvet texture to your foundation I love the Hourglass No.28 Primer Serum – it’s absolutely incredible! When first applied it feels like a facial oil but then quickly absorbs and turns into a cushiony springboard for your foundation! Once completely massaged in properly it will set and be ready for any foundation you apply. Also keeps make-up on for a lot longer too.

STEP 3 F U LL & C R EA M Y Once we’ve primed our skin and it has absorbed, it’s time to perfect our skin. Japanese brand SUQQU have some stunning foundations and one of my favourites is the new Fix Frame Foundation cream. It’s rich and creamy but goes on like a transclucent veil that lasts all day. It really mimics a velvet-like skin texture with the combination of the Hourglass primer and of course the ever-important concealer! Next we need to conceal through the front plane of the face to give that extra bit of Velvet to the skin. By Terry’s newest member of the concealer family is the Touché Veloutee pen that conceals, camouflages and creates a beautiful texture to the look of the skin. Seal in and set with By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra Powder to complete the effect.

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STEP 4 COM PL ETE THE L OOK A creamy blush is a must-have for this look! My top pick this season is Chanel’s new Le Blush Creme in Revelation 63. A Lip Stain. Revlon’s Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Honey Douce 001 – the most moisturising lip stain that stays on! MAKE-UP

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EVE LOM TLC CREAM For skin that’s been exposed to extreme conditions this is the perfect repair balm. It can be used under your sun factor during the day and also as a repair comforting night cream. Using Rose Otto, Euphrasia extract, calendula and arnica oil it is perfect for tight stretched uncomfortable skin. It will minimise puffiness, redness and sensitivity whilst softening, healing and hydrating. ULTRASUN SPORTS 50 SPRAY It may be freezing outside but the sun can still do a lot of damage to our skin in the winter so it is essential that we maintain wearing our sun factor throughout the colder months. For the sporty types amongst you, Ultrasun provides some of the best protection. Containing SPF 50 this is a once a day application, its clear, non-sticky/greasy, waterproof and friction resistant lotion that will keep you completely protected from both UVA and UVB rays. It also contains the antioxidant Vit-E and it’s fragrance and preservative free so great for sensitivity. MALIBU LIP CARE BALM UVA/UVB SUNSCREEN SPF30 If there is one thing you always need to double check that you have in your pocket in the freezing cold it’s your lip balm. In fact, if you are hitting the slopes be sure to pack at least 2 just in case you lose one! The lips are vulnerable to cracking, peeling and bleeding in the extreme cold and

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let’s face it, not only will this be sore but most unattractive too. Also be sure to make sure it contains an SPF to protect your lips from the suns glare. Check out malibu’s triple pack with flavours of watermelon, mint and vanilla plus most importantly SPF30! For the girls to take you from day to night try Rodials new Glam sticks enriched with Hyaluronic Acid spheres, cocoa butter and vitamin E it will hydrate as well as plump with a gorgeous sheen. Available in several shades and contains the essential SPF15. LIZ EARLE FOOT SPRITZER For tired achy feet and legs this fast drying spray is the prefect relief and wake-up treatment for boot-tired feet. Using peppermint, menthol and aloe vera it will revive, refresh and cool the most weary of feet and have you ready to dance the night away in no time at all. RADOX HERBAL BATH MUSCLE SOAK The ultimate muscle soothing treatment after a long strenuous day treat your self to a long soak. Containing Clary sage and sea minerals it will soothe your mind as well as your body. We may not be able to keep our balance on the ice but at least with these essential products we will hopefully be able to keep the balance in our skin.

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ith cigarette in hand and pistol by the pillow, Uma Thurman first caught the world’s attention as the face on the iconic movie poster for Quentin Tarantino’s acclaimed neo-noir crime film Pulp Fiction. Mia Wallace, a gangster’s moll, struggling actress and addict, hits the dance floor for a twist contest with hip-shaking hitman Vincent Vega, played by John Travolta (Travolta’s role in Pulp Fiction is regarded as helping relaunch his career). With the

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trophy in the bag, a drugs mix-up leaves Vega taking drastic measures to save Mia and avoid the wrath of the mob boss. For her performance Thurman received an Oscar nomination, instantly becoming one of Hollywood’s most in-demand female performers.

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JAMES READ CELEB TANNER JAMES READ, AKA THE TANTALIST, SHARES THE TOOLS OF HIS TRADE AND THE SECRETS OF A GORGEOUS A-LIST TAN What was your route into the industry? I first started working for St Tropez tan, which helped me gain the experience in the industry. I was the UK’s first tanning expert, my goal was for a tanning expert to be on the same level as a hair dresser, make up and nail artist and now it is. I then left St Tropez and worked with lots of brands around the world on new product launches and developing new products and the rest is history. W W W.T WO -- M AGA Z I N E.CO M I S S U E 14 // N OV E M B ER 2013

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What sets your tanning products apart from the many others on the market? My range is not just about a tan, it also combines skin care, it’s fragrance free and look like a real tan. I was the first to bring out a BB gradual tan in a pen with a brush and the first sleep tan mask – I like to think outside of the box, I like to bring out new and interesting products, being innovative is very important to me. Next year I have some amazing products coming out, watch this space… Which one product is absolutely essential to your kit? Nivea Visage wipes are the best thing to get rid of self-tan and of course my wash-off tan with my mitt. A pro tip for a first-time home tanner? Always use a tanning mitt for a perfect looking tan. Also, don’t wash your hands for at least eight hours as you don’t want brown arms and white hands! A celebrity, past or present, you would love to work with? I have already been lucky enough to work with some of the biggest and inspiring stars in the world.

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MY FAVOURITE THREE GABRIELA HERSHAM

NEW YORK I started my film career here; first studying at Strasberg and then in the indie film scene. I love the city’s creative energy and colourful people and always feel at home a My favourite places are the Angelika cinem Bettie Paige shop on Bowery and Patricia Fiel

TOKYO Simply the most amazing place on earth. Th spend a year walking through this city with j never get bored of snapping the street style. T are incredible; but I also love the men’s fashio asymmetric, monochrome, intense. I also lov the kind people and culture. Must live in Toky

LANDAN I truly am a London girl. I spend most of m with my dog or in Clerkenwell or Notting Hil There really is freedom of expression in thi for creativity. It’s come a long way from wh

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KAFKA ON THE SHORE I love Murakami’s style of writing and of co setting. I’m very interested in Shintoō(Japanes I felt transported. It deserved it’s place on t

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LAURENCE, ANYWAYS Truly my favourite of all time. I don’t pay attention to the critics who talk about what it lacks. It’s a beautiful love story – the kind that we are all secretly searching for – a love without limits. The acting is brilliant – whenever I need inspiration I watch Suzanne Clément in this film. MULHOLLAND DRIVE I’m a huge Lynchite but this film is my favourite of all. I love films that leave me asking a zillion questions and this is one that you can to watch over and over and find something new each time. The soundtrack is brilliant too (see below). DEATH BECOMES HER Meryl and Goldie, that hole in the stomach, the contorted body, the potion, Isabella Rossellini, the early 90’s... what’s not to love?

MUSIC KITSUNÉ MAISON Love all their compilations. MULHOLLAND DRIVE SOUNDTRACK Consistency baby! I love this album. Every song is perfection. Llorando is one of my favourites – so powerful and eerie. MOBY – HOTEL Reminds me of when everything seemed so simple…

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T HE C HAIR Liz Martins brings

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ondon Fashion Week was so much fun this year. I had the pleasure of working alongside Maybelline New York and Mollie King of The Saturdays for the launch her very own lipstick, Maybelline Colour Sensastional in Fuchsia Flush – a gorgeous vibrant pink. I was up at the crack of dawn to get Mollie ready to meet her beauty fans at Somerset House in London. Using the Maybelline range I discovered some fantastic new products which give the luxury brands a real run for their money. I have been a Maybelline fan since I started doing make-up 19 years ago – back then, every working artist had the cult ‘Great Lash’ mascara in their kit and I still do today. It’s a renowned mascara but please go and try these five goodies that I think are the ‘hero’ products in their range. Fit Me liquid Foundation glides on and is super creamy and light but also gives a beautiful coverage and doesn’t need any setting powder. However, if you like it matte, try the Super Stay 24hr Waterproof Powder. Yes, you heard me right – waterproof! This is perfect

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for nights on the dancefloor when you’d rather not resemble a greased piglet! It’s a winner for hot location shoots too and is now a permanent fixture in my kit. Take a look at ‘Brow Drama’ a colored sculpting mascara for your brows – totes amaze I tell ya! Colour Tattoo 24hr Gel Cream Shadow blew me away and I used this for the catwalk shows we did at LFW. Five shows a day and this did not crease at all. With a fabulous selection of colours it’s definitely another winner. Finally I have to mention ‘Baby Lips’ Lip Balm, again in a colors from pink punch to nude, it’s not just great for your lips but looks fabulous as a skin highlighter on the cheekbones and dabbed on the eye lids for that sexy glossy eye that’s so in this season. From LFW I flew to Copenhagen where I was shooting with NEXT. I then came straight back and it was the lovely Tess Daly who was waiting for me for her press shoots for Strictly Come Dancing. Tess likes to look natural and glossy, so I didn’t want to use any heavy foundations – I just concealed using RMS Un-cover Concealer under the eyes. As she has blemish free and even skin, I just used creamy tones to sculpt the face – a feline flick and a lick of a golden nude lip gloss and she was photo ready! All this, along with shooting my girls from The Face UK for The Outnet, and it was a busy month indeed. Stay tuned to the The Face UK and please let me know your thoughts on the make-up by sending a tweet @TheLizMartins – until next time, Liz x W W W.T WO -- M AGA Z I N E.CO M I S S U E 14 // N OV E M B ER 2013

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ASHER COLEMAN, TWO’S NAIL EXPERT, BRINGS US NEWS, REVIEWS AND TRENDS As much as I love nail art, sometimes there is just not enough time in the day. But don’t fret – stick-ons are your saviour!

SO RAD The ‘cool kids’ at Rad Nails have brought us a nail innovation! If you’re running out of nail art ideas or just can’t nail it (excuse the pun) why not try out these fun cuticle tattoos. Apply with water to the cuticle for a quick and easy updated nail look. My favourite is ‘Your point?’

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I am loving these bold stick-ons by HOH! With nine designs to choose from, there is something for everyone! Designer Henry Holland says “the designs are bold, playful and create an individual look at a great attainable price.”

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IT’S USUALLY A POSITIVE TO HEAR ABOUT A GIRL MAKING MARK IN THE BUSINESS WORLD, BUT WHEN THEY STEP IN A PREDOMINANTLY MALE ARENA, SET THEIR OWN TERMS A TAKE ON THE BIG BRANDS, YOU CAN’T HELP BUT BE INSPIRED DISSAPOINTED WITH THE OUTDOOR CLOTHING MARKET, HEI BIRGISDÓTTIR LAUNCHED NIKITA IN 2000 – THE ONLY FEM SPECIFIC LABEL AT THE TIME – AND HASN’T LOOKED BACK SIN Nikita’s roots lie within the small snowboard, skate and surf scene in Iceland. Despite enrolling at a London fashion design school, in 1994 Heida found herself as one of the owners of a boardsports clothing store in Reykjavík. Inspired by the influence of boardsports on street clothing but with the lack of flattering cuts and female orientated lines, Heida began constructing a selection of handmade clothes for herself and friends. That clothing quickly drew further interest from outside her immediate circle. The focus for the winter lines was simple… clothes that technically performed but also looked good. What girl really wants to look like they’ve borrowed their big brother’s jacket and pants on the slopes?

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Demand grew rapidly and in 1999 over a thousand pieces of unbranded designs were sold. The idea to market the brand internationally became a logical next step. The name Nikita was decided upon and the slogan ‘For Girls Who Ride’ was incorporated in order to define what Nikita was about and who it was for. In 2000 the international concept became a reality. “Before we launched Nikita, we spoke to some of the leading companies emphasising the need for an all-girl clothing brand but they disagreed… We were right!” laughs Heida.

“Before we launched Nikita, we spoke to some of the leading companies emphasising the need for an allgirl clothing brand but they disagreed… We were right!”

Some years later, more fashion led designs under the Nikita Selekzion label were launched to compliment the existing collection and technical snow outerwear lines. Last winter the brand stepped into hardgoods and introduced Nikita Snowboards designed specifically for the needs of female riders.

In an industry that does not suffer fools lightly, an underlining element that has surely been part of Nikita’s success is the fact that Heida is no slouch on a snowboard, skateboard or motocross bike, with a pile of trophies to back it up. Further to this, Nikita sponsors an international team of female action sports athletes that all help to promote the brand to a growing global trend of ‘girls who ride’. www.nikitaclothing.com

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quicker to respond to their fans, thus boasting a richer, more interactive fan base to boot. The key to this success? It appears to be a muse. Take the rainbow-haired Amy Doan of Sugarpill, founder and cover girl. Her everyday antics with fellow MUA Queen of Blending have gained her thousands of followers, allowing customers to connect to her personally and also see first hand how beautifully her products can be worn. “People are able to see that I actually live and breathe the colourful lifestyle that our brand was built around”, she tells me. Personal touches are clearly very important to her, as are her fans. “Anyone can follow my idiotic adventures and see that I’m just a normal person and not a huge, rich corporation trying to make a quick buck. I feel connected with our customers and consider them friends.” Next time you scan your Instagram, explore the world of InstaMakeup. Marvel in the beauty of the ethereal Doe Deere, face and founder of Lime Crime. Visit Anastasia Soare’s hyper tea party to share macaroons with everyone from Kylie Jenner to Kandee Johnson. Try to keep up with Jeffree Star’s ever changing style (and stay tuned for his indie make-up line due for SS14). And hit the Lo-Fi filter on your next upload; trust me, colour brands have taken over Instagram.

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DANIEL CRAWFORD, ART DIRECTOR OF TWO American Crew Moisturising Shave Cream – As it says, a cream rather than a foam that gives a slightly luxe feel. Clinique Skin Supplies Liquid Face Wash – I use this a couple of times a week with a facial buff pad to help remove dead skin cells and deep cleanse. King of Shaves Kinexium Shave Oil – I’ve only recently discovered shave oils and it’s been a revelation. I get a 5 o’clock shadow by lunchtime and a dab of this before applying cream or foam helps with a closer shave, free from cuts and burns. YSL Touche éclat Pour Homme – Ok, this is the closest I get to make-up! Not everyday, but if I’m going out in the evening then a touch of this helps conceal the dark circles under my eyes. Chanel Allure Homme Sport – A rather attractive older woman once said to me “That’s how a man should smell.” I’ve rarely worn anything else since! Clarins Double Serum – I get really dry blotches of skin on my face but swear by serum now under my everyday YSL L’Homme Healthy Look Moisturiser. Caudalíe Premier Cru – Another tip from the Mrs to combat my dark under-eye circles. American Crew Fiber – obviously. Deep Heat Muscle Rescue Bath Soak – I love sport, especially cycling, so relaxing in a bath after 100km is vital to recovery. Bumble and Bumble Surf Shampoo – I also use this as a body wash in the shower. Babyliss Lithium Super Groomer – Because it’s just not cool to rock the 70s Magnum PI look these days! Pitrok Crystal Deoderant – My armpits break out in a sore rash if I use any scented deoderants. A friend told me about Pitrok’s natural ingredients and I’ve been using it for years now with no problems. I go for the pump rather than the roll-on. King of shaves Azor Razor – I really want a Merkur Futur but this is my go-to everyday soldier! Body Shop Shaving Brush – I’m vegetarian and this is one of the few synthetic (as opposed to badger hair) brushes on the market that does the trick. Little tip; always leave your brush to dry hairs facing down. 110

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…BEC AUSE SOME T HINGS A R E WOR T H WATCHING AG A IN

PULP FICTION THE TWIST SCENE © MIRAMAX FILMS DIRECTED & WRITTEN: QUENTIN TARANTINO PRODUCED: LAWRENCE BENDER SCREENPLAY: ROGER AVARY QUENTIN TARANTINO RELEASED: 1994

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“I do believe Marsellus Wallace, my husband, your boss, told you to take me out and do whatever I wanted. Now I wanna dance, I wanna win. I want that trophy – so dance good.” Following our Mia Wallace look on page 56, this classic moment from Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction sees Mia and Vincent do the twist to Chuck Berry’s You Never Can Tell in what must be the coolest dance scene ever. Time to throw down some shapes!


LIZ MARTINS

Salon System have teamed up with top make-up artist Liz Martins; whose work includes shoots for Vogue, Elle, Tatler and celebrities Girls Aloud, Cheryl Cole and Shakira. Known as the Lash Queen, Liz has designed lashes for the Girls Aloud Tours and was brought in to revamp the make-up looks on the X Factor in 2010. Now she has brought her expertise to the launch of her very own lash collection – Liz Martins Lash Enhance, exclusively for Salon System.

DESIGN Explore your creativity, apply individually or layer lashes together in any number of variations for a totally unique and individual style.

SELECT Add volume and length to enhance and define. Natural and intense individual lashes.

THE COLLECTION... ELEVATION Dramatic lash that draws attention to the centre of the eye.

ENHANCE Combines depth and length to enhance and open the eye.

DEFINE Adds volume and definition to lower lashes.

INSPIRE Classic inspired lash with a touch of light.


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