Make Up

I love this make up! Hair and and makeup can change the whole feel of the shoot.

Workshops for Make-Up Artist at the Fashion & Textile Museum

This exciting new series of lectures, featuring key professionals from
the world of hairdressing and , will be held on Wednesday nights
in February and March 2006. Magazine editors, star editorial session
stylists and business entrepreneurs will reveal the secrets of the
glamorous world of beauty and hair


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One comment

  1. ilp
    December 1, 2006 at 0:00

    Looks very much like a fractal computer printout pattern. I was wondering… How do you do that? Do you use any computer printouts as a template to help with the makeup?

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