**DANIEL SANDLER WATERFLUID BLUSHERS**
I was looking for some new cream blushers for my professional kit and thought I would give these a try after viewing many other brands. I purchased a trio set which included two blushers and a application brush.
Priced at £30 but is worth £46. So a good saving. Plus with the easter discount applied I got this for £24 which is amazing. I chose shades Cherub and Angel. A gorgeous pink tone and a light brown tone.
Follow the link below to see the collection. I used these today on a bridal job and was super impressed with the feel and pigment of these. They left the cheeks looking so fresh and dewy,
**BEHIND SCENES VIDEO FROM OUR HIGH FASHION SHOOT AT THE KINGS THETARE**
Thanks to a great team:
Photographer - Sandra Vijandi
Make Up - Me
Hair - Chris McLean
Photography Assistant - Ricky Baillie
Model - Ashley Jane
Final images to come very soon
**Behind scenes image from high end fashion shoot **
Blue/black grungy eye for today’s shoot. I wanted to do quite a versatile look as I needed this look to suit all 9 outfits which the stylist Ian Tod put together for the shoot. I needed a look that would suit all but which I could touch up as the shoot progressed. As all outfits were black and white (so stunning) I opted for a little blue to add a little contrast. Using Fashionista gel liner, Urban Decay Cosmetics Smoked Palette, UB liner and Illamasqua black liner.
More images to come soon from BTS and final edited images.
**NEW BLOG - KRYOLAN PROFESSIONAL AND ULTRA BRUSH RANGE**
I thought I would get a detailed blog in before my internet dies on me soon for when we move. I actually started making this blog a week ago, I now have time to sit and type up the details for it.
I do have a nice brush collection, but as you all know us make up artists can never have to many brushes and although NARS and Extreme Make Up sent me some beautiful brushes to try I still WANT more, I just love collecting brushes from new brands and trying them out.
Some brushes I keep just for my creative work and the rest for my shoots and bridal work. These will be for my fashion, beauty and bridal work.
This is the first time I have tried the Kryolan brushes, you know what I am going to say next as I am a huge Kryolan fan they are going to be nothing less than perfect.
Kryolan have two different brush types in the range they have the Professional range and the Ultra range. Both made from natural materials.
Made from natural hair bristles. The handle is produced from well seasoned wood and finished in silver enamel. The brushes I have are listed below:
- Art No 1715 – Medium Powder Brush. This is actually one of the largest handled powder brushes I have ever had. Very well made and so soft. £12.15
- Art No 3511 – Medium rounded eye shadow brush £6.15
- Art No 3712 – Small to medium flat headed eye shadow brush £6.75
Made from Red Marten bristles, which is a superior natural material and is known as European sable. They have a no paint finish, which means they receive no negative effect from brush cleaner. This can over time peel off the paint. These brushes are a little more expensive then the professional range. They come delivered in a stylish acrylic glass tube, which keeps them away from dust and keeps them nice and tidy. A nice little touch I think.
- Art No – 9714 10mm Rounded brush. For eye shadow applications. £9.75
- Art No 9810 7mm Precision angled flat brush. I love this for creating cut creases into the socket area. £7.49
As you can see the ultra range is not that much more expensive than the professional range. Both well worth a try, a great selection of professional brushes for your kit and personal use. These are the first natural bristled brushes I have and I really love the feel of them. All so soft and one of my favourite qualities they have, dense bristles, which for me means lots of bristles packed in for better make up applications.
You can view the full collections from Extreme Makeup HERE
Some inspiration for a upcoming fashion shoot I am doing the make up for
I have wanted to do glossy eyes for a while now. I know this look will suit the theme and location we have.
Some make up artists say not to use Vaseline or lip gloss on the eyes but I have also read online from NARS and Marc Jacobs that some of their artists did just this for some of the looks they created.
I can’t get hold of mac creme brilliance therefore I have ordered some clear glosses and if they are not to sticky I will give them a shot.
All about experimenting and seeing what works for you. :) #gloss #makeup #highfashion #fashion #nars #marcjacobs #shoot #model