Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Product Breakdown: Eliza Doolittle for Twenty6 Magazine

I had the chance late summer to work with the talented Eliza Doolittle for Twenty6 magazine. Now I will admit that I didn't know much about Eliza except for her music played on the radio. A quick search on the internet showed a youthful pretty girl but boy did I get a shock at the shoot. Eliza was a young woman and had a beautiful face and an incredible body with legs that went on forever! 

So I didn't want the makeup to be too whacky. We both decided to go for very classic beauty but fresh and glowy and maybe a red lip towards the end of the shoot for a change. Her skin was amazing and I barely had to apply much foundation on. Let me show you a selection of shots, for the whole shoot, please click here.
Face Prep: Pukka Gentle Cleanser, Pukka Nourishing Face Oil, Pukka Uplifting Toner, Pukka Balancing Day Cream, SUQQU Lip Essence Cream R.

Face: Diorskin Nude, Dior Skin Flash.
Eyes: Dior 5 Couleurs in Amber Design, Dior Crayon Eyeliner in Intense Brown, Diorshow in Black.
Cheeks: Diorskin Nude Sculpting Powder Makeup in Sable Rose,
Lips: Dior Rouge Serum in Nude Serum, Rouge Dior in Zinnia.

Isn't she gorgeous? Cheekbones to die for and best of all, personality and manners of a professional! I am looking forward to working more with this music superstar!


15 comments:

  1. Oh to have skin that good :( She looks amazing. Nice work xx

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  2. @Computergirl: I know right? It's genes, she comes from good stock! Lol. Thanks for the comment lovely and I am sure you have good skin too! x

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  3. Not really, but thanks! It's an on-going battle- hence the blog! It's a lot better that it was, and by no means the worst out there, although I have lots of (spot picking) scars left, and dull complexion. Giving it lots of alpha h liquid gold and liquid gold night serum. I'd love to be able to just wear tinted moisturisers, but my skin isnt safe yet! Using less concealers though (apart from under the eyes these days!!) xx

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  4. Absolutely beautiful make up on a very beautiful girl xx

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  5. @Computergirl, Unfortunately for some of us, good skin takes effort and time. Keep at it, keep skin clean, moisturised and you'll get there. Try not to pick at the spots ok? Good luck. x

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  6. @Charlie: Thanks my darling, she made my job very vry simple! X

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  7. Your work is so beautiful! Thanks for the pics!

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  8. @Jamilla Camel: Thank you Jamilla, you're very kind as always. x

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  9. Gasp! I had no idea she could look so beautiful and editorial! I always see her doing cutesy kooky. x

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  10. She looks amazing Kenneth, you are very talented. Thank you for sharing xx

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  11. wouldnt have recognised her....wonderful shoot, and makeup...like the strait hair for a change too.

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  12. @Rebecca: Ha! That's what I thought she was like initially but what a surprise I got when I turned up! X

    @cmlewis: Thanks lovely, you are very kind. x

    @Anonymous: Thank you, that's very kind of you to say and she was a delight to work with. It's a very different look we've achieved on Eliza. Thanks for the comment x

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  13. Dear god as if she isn't beautiful enough she gets you to work on her too. Some people have all the luck!

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  14. @ihavemostlybeen: Hehe thanks Debz! She made my life very very easy. X

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