Recently I got to be in front of the camera for a change, something I’m definitely not used to. Thankfully one of my favorite photographer friends, Zlata Modeen of Zlata Modeen Photography, was there to ease me into the model role. She did a great job of really capturing my more relaxed demeanor for my new head shots, I couldn’t be happier with the results. Check out the full gallery below.
Here is what I managed to pick up at The Makeup Show Chicago 2013. I’ve been so busy I haven’t gotten to play with anything yet but at least I can share what items caught my eye with you guys. If you haven’t checked out my post on my Makeup Show experience yet click here.
On June 8th I flew out to Chicago to attend The Makeup Show at the Bridgeport Art Center for the very first time. For those who are unfamiliar, The Makeup Show is a traveling beauty event featuring key note speakers, demos, exhibitors, and networking for those in the beauty industry. Basically, it’s a makeup artists dream come true with companies giving discounts on products and being able to get up close and personal with celebrity artists.
When deciding on a logo to represent my business, it didn’t take me long to settle on a peacock feather. I knew I wanted something different from the dated, predictable logos other makeup artist were using (lipstick prints, dramatic eyelashes, makeup brushes, etc.), I wanted something with a little more thought and story behind it.