Friday, June 25, 2010

Inspired by Corals...

Super keen to start creating with my new Inglot pallette, I asked my friend Terence Mann from Spark Photography HKG to help me produce an image with a soft, contempory fashion edge. Terence and his assistants Brian and Kev delivered with amazing results.


Coral (Inglot matt shadow #361) can be used to add colour with an etheral warmth. A great alternative to pink browns and tans.

I think you'll agree that most of the time we stick to colours we feel safe with, but in the same way you experiment with your wardrobe, why not try something new on your face? Just one new season colour added to your everyday eyemakeup can be the lift you need on these cold winter work days.

Special thanks also to model Megan Osler and stylist Lauren Boyle.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Fantastic, Affordable Makeup - My Latest Purchases

So come on, admit it -are you a makeup snob? I confess to bragging about that new luxury brand purchase just as much as the next girl, but I do try very, very hard not to be a makeup snob. As we all know - expensive doesn't necessarily means better!

I'd like to introduce you to a great little brand, relatively new to the Australian market - 'Inglot'.
You've probably seen it, it's that very colourful stand in the centre of your shopping centre. For us here in Perth, they're at Karrinyup and Garden City. The range of colours is one of the most extensive on the market and the quality is excellent.

One of the big attractions for me as a makeup artist is the ability to purchase a custom made palette - and the new packaging is devine. My new 10 eyeshadow Freedom Palette pictured above cost just $85.

So next time you're out shopping, drop by and say hi to the Inglot staff. They're friendly and will happily guide you through their delicious selection of makeup.