Saturday, 28 December 2013

Frost Princess

Link to: The Princess and the Frog (2009)
Link to: Jack Frost (1998)

The Princess and the Frog - This shoot was another example of how makeup can appear so different when using a flash.  I spent hours creating shadows and highlights along with blending all these lines and yet they are hardly noticeable in this image.  Snazaroo green paint is always one of the hardest colours to work with as it's hard to get a constant colour throughout and using this flash also points out these flaws.  Many people just assume I use photoshop to colour certain things after, such as my hair, but no.  Everything you see in my photos apart from the background was really created, even if it meant in this instance that I had green hair for several days.

Jack Frost - For this winter themed look I wanted to create a frost creature, I guess my version of a Bifrost creature.  This was really the first time I used glitter hairspray to creature an alien texture on my skin and one thing this does is limit you to how you can move as your basically making your skin stick together and hold.  I do like working with elements that can either fall off or get ruined, or ones that you have to work with in a short period of time - such as dripping paint or latex.  The nails were created using sweets and covering these with glitter and nail polish to slightly melt them and get them to stick together. 

Link to: Vanity Nightmare at the Movies

Tags: disney makeup, disney frog makeup, frog makeup, the princess and the frog makeup, disney princess makeup, jack frost makeup look, winter makeup look, xmas makeup, christmas makeup, snow makeup, ice makeup, blue makeup, glitter makeup, blue glitter makeup, nail art

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