Thursday, 23 January 2014

Trek of the Guardians


Link to: Rise of the Guardians (2012) 
Link to: Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

Rise of the Guardians - Put Chris Pine in a movie and I'm sold.  Put Isla Fisher in a movie and I'm there.  I don't remember the last time I felt so emotionally driven by a movie and it was just such a feel good movie and it was probably the sort of film I needed to watch at that moment.  It was inspiring and the film had a life of it's own that blossomed and it was just great!  This look was inspired by the the fable that Isla voices which is the Tooth Fairy.  I wanted to create a vulnerable image that has mixed signs all of which you can semi read in the eyes.  As they say the eyes have it and I think I've captured it here.  You can tell alot by reading someones eyes and never second guess your instinct.

Star Trek Into Darkness - I had so much fun with this shoot.  So many things went wrong during the shoot but I used my inner Xena and worked with my flaws.  There was so many images to choose from for this shoot and I settled for the complete opposite of how a Klingon is portrayed i.e with glamour!  The nail art I used here are a set I created a while ago and I love any chance to re use them!  I used mainly MUA products for this look which can be bought in Superdrug.  I always rave about this brand as it's mainly £1 for the majority of their products!  I used a palette called Heaven and Earth and it's basically a cheaper version of the Naked palette of which I'm sure you know! 

Link to: Vanity Nightmare at the Movies

Tags: fairy makeup, tooth fairy makeup, rise of the guardians makeup, dreamy makeup, fantasy makeup, star trek makeup, wonder woman makeup, xena makeup, warrior princess makeup, brown wig, wig makeup, drag makeup, klingon makeup, star trek into darkness makeup, film and tv makeup, golden makeup, gold makeup, gold body, gold glitter, alien makeup

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