Thursday, June 12, 2008

Southeast Asian Inspired Photoshoot...

Hi Bellas,

I recently did a photoshoot where we went for a lot of beauty shots with a vibrant jewel toned background. The photographer used an Indian Sari and maroon mosquito netting to accomplish the look. The model is Trinidian and with Arabic descent. I went ahead and did a smokey green eye and wine colored lip and she looked gorgeous. Her foundation was a bit tricky to match. She has a yellow/orange undertone to her skin. I needed to do some mixing of foundations to match her color appropriately. Don't ever be afraid to mix to get your best color. Also, don't feel scared to carry your foundation onto your shoulders and neck. The model had a few imperfections on her shoulders. I applied concealer using my 224 brush to give a softer more natural appearance and firmly pressed setting powder over it. The powder really prevents the makeup from smudging off.

Here's what I used:
FACE
-rimmel fix and perfect foundation primer
-cinema secrets foundation
-graftobian powder
-camera ready cosmetics blush
-MAC beauty powder in drizzegold

EYES
--rimmel professional brow pencil
-anastasia clear brow gel
-max factor mascara
-ardell lashes - top and bottom
-MAC technakohl liner in graph black
-Revlon Colorstay liquid liner in blackest black
-MAC paint in bare study
-MAC olive green pigment
-MAC shroom e/s
-MAC carbon e/s
-MAC bottle green e/s
-MAC juxt e/s

LIPS
-MAC pencil in vino
-MAC lipstick in Deep Attraction
-MAC gloss (wine color, can't remember the name)

You can click on the pics to expand...till next time, Ciao Bellas!




12 comments:

mina said...

You made her skin look flawless! Great job!

MakeupByRenRen said...

mina: thanks girl! cinema secrets foundation does wonders--it can be used as a concealer and foundation!

slvrlips said...

Hey Ren Ren, Excellent job on her makeup. She looks great. Very clean and fresh

Anne said...

great job! I'm so proud of you! I've been seeing all the looks you've been doing for models and you just make us all proud!

Yellow Fever said...

wow gorgeous! have you started putting together a portfolio binder yet? i'd love to flip through it- you have some pretty great pics!

COCOVJAYJAY said...

Great job as usuaaalll!

MakeupByRenRen said...

slvrlips: thanks! i was going for a clean airbrushed look :)

anne: aww my lil anne, thanks sweety!

yellow fever: i haven't yet...but i'm planning to...both a binder with 8 x 10's and an online portfolio..hopefully i'll have it done in the next few weeks

cocovjayjay: thanks sweety!

Askmewhats said...

woohhooo!! lovely!!! I love the eyes!!!!

Nat said...

very nicely done! are you doing this freelance or professional?

Christiana Divine @ Memoirs of A Shopping Addict said...

awesome job! :)

suzie wuzie said...

you have great skill! how do you choose what colour eyeshadow to apply on her?

Cassandra L said...

love the transformation that you've done, especially the eyemakeup.

but why so much photoshop done on her face? or perhaps i've mistaken?

how do you find the cs foundation? am thinking of getting the palettes...