Saturated Gaze

We’re having a summer of shooting at Glasshouse and have pulled another editorial out of our sleeve for you to feast your eyes on. Shot by Agata Wolanska and with a set once again designed by creative whizz Amelia Martyn, this image series is a colour popping combo of yellow gold, red, mustard and powdery lilac. Wet look hair is slicked back and makeup is kept simple with a slick of eye colour and smudged lips. Makeup artist extraordinaire Khandiz Joni shares her methods below, along with some tricks of the trade…

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“I use a lot of mineral pigments mixed in with RMS Beauty Lip & Skin Balm. Here I’ve used a yellow mineral pigment on the eyes, along with Ilia Beauty Lip Gloss in Peek a Boo”.
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“Don’t be afraid to play with colour, and use different products in ways you wouldn’t usually. I often use lipstick for cheek stain and eye gloss and layer that with lip glosses to build dimension”. Beauty look: same as above.
Eyes: yellow mineral pigment
Lips: Ilia Beauty Lip Gloss in Peek a Boo
Skin:
Skin: RMS Beauty “Un” Cover-up. Eyes: RMS Beauty Living Luminizer. Lips: Bellapierre lipstick in Va! Va! Voom! mixed with RMS Beauty Lip-to-Cheek in Beloved. Cheeks: Ilia Beauty Illuminator in Sway.
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Eyes: Yellow mineral pigment mixed with RMS Beauty Lip & Skin Balm. Lips: Ilia Beauty Lipgloss in Peek a Boo.
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“Smashed eyeshadows? No problem! Smash them up even more, then mix them into eye gloss or lip gloss to create new colours and textures”.
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“Instead of just using one lipstick colour, mix a few different colours together. The best part is it’s makeup and you can remove or change it, there’s no need to worry about colouring outside the lines. In fact I encourage you to colour outside the lines and see what beauty unfolds!”.
Skin: RMS Beauty Un-Cover-up. Eyes: RMS Beauty Living Luminizer. Lips: Bellapierre lipstick in Va! Va! Voom! mixed with RMS Beauty Lip-to-Cheek in Beloved.

Photographer: Agata Wolanska
Set Design: Amelia Martyn
Styling: Rebecca Jackson
Hair: Olivia Crighton
Makeup: Khandiz Joni @ Novel Beings
Model: Freyja Refoy @ D1 Models

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