|Posted on 15 June, 2016 at 20:15||comments (0)|
I long resisted using an airbrush for body painting, temporary tattoos and T-shirt/tote bag creations. Why? Carrying around a large/heavy compressor and regularly having to clean out blocked airguns for a start. However - I have now (at last!) taken up this challenging artistic technology thanks to client demand. At parties and festivals my colleagues and I can swiftly write freehand 'names' or 'stencil' images. Designs can also be pre-done before the event. This creative service is massive i...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 4 March, 2016 at 19:55||comments (0)|
I have made many different full face masks for our Mystique Masquerade meet and greet characters; here are a few... I spray painted plain, papier mache, mask bases and added the features and embelishments on top. You can get so many theme looks from the same mask - by just adding different wigs, head-dresses, costumes and accessories. These are all for sale along with their costumes. Workshops are available too.
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|Posted on 9 October, 2015 at 11:00||comments (1)|
My agency has many stock mix and match retro usherette and hostess costumes. I particularly like red, black, and hot pink for impact.
For 30's to 50's Vintage hair I go for a slick, French pleat or victory rolls. For make up I love that Dita Von Teese look; pale skin, red lips, black liquid eye liner next to false side lashes.
Below these gorgeous model hostesses were booked to assist at large charity ball auction at Grosvenor House. Kylie Minogue was p...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 9 October, 2015 at 7:05||comments (0)|
I have produced many Japanese geisha and Chinese concubine looks. With this theme - our models are usually asked to serve sushi, saki or wine at intimate private dinner parties and larger theme events. They make enchanting meet and greet hostesses - posing with guests for photos during Reception.
For a Chinese New Year celebrarion I asked a talented colleague to join me for working this orienta...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 25 September, 2015 at 13:40||comments (0)|
I just love painting faces - but especially 'face art' for teens and young people. Children enjoy having full or half faces but I get many requests from youths and adults - where I need to produce something a little more grown-up. So a small, swirling side design around the temple and cheek area is perfect for a festival or clubbing look. For blokes and edgy girls I tend to go for plain black tribal/south seas designs - often with day glow/UV highlights.Read Full Post »
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|Posted on 19 September, 2015 at 15:30||comments (3)|
Ancient Beauty & Body Art (by Laura Millar)
(The photos are of my henna designs based upon tattoos from an ancient oriental Princess)
I have collected and collated many wonderful historical images, recipes/lotions/potions plus techniques/beauty/m...Read Full Post »