So, such a very busy week and weekend it has been- come to think of it, what a busy year to start with!
Through my photographer Kimages*, I learned that International wedding photographer Jasmine Star was coming to Australia, and needed stylists for her 3 day conference last week. What fun?! So down my name went, and up came the position :)
I was briefed for two models- BRIDES- naturally. Beautiful brides at that. A bit of a tight squeeze with two elaborate bridal upstyles and makeups in just two hours, but achieved all the same.
For our first model- Kristy, we had a slightly more contemporary gown. With an asymmetric neck line and rhinestone embellishment, it called for a stunning yet playful 'do'. Going for sleek yet loose, a back-combed French twist, or 'French roll' adaption was a quick and elegant option (especially when session styling!)
Dramatic smokey eyes and a matt finish deeper rose-red lip was applied to compliment the look. (A fairly decent coverage was used in terms of foundation/ base, at the request of Jasmine* for the day. )
A big thanks to Cathy Crawly for her organisation of the day, and also providing the above BEAUTIFUL photographs of our brides. For more info on photography, visit www.beautifulmoments.com.au
Next up in my chair I had the very lovely Lacey. With a very soft flowing and romantic gown, the hair and makeup was to reflect just that. So, a very elegant and romantic low positioned up-do was created by looping curled pieces into an old fashioned pin-curl look. Simple and sweet, a matching coloured ribbon (from the flower design on the gown) was added as a sort of tied bow head band. Looping hair over this ribbon piece softened it and blended it in with the rest of the style. Makeup was simple and romantic with good coverage and soft warm tones.
A beautiful look for any bride :)