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Great to see an image i worked on published in this months Town & Country UK for the kids ‘ WHAT TO WEAR,’ section.
Dont forget to pick up your copy today!!!! Sold in most WHSmiths & Supermarkets.
New work for kids fashion magazine Poster Child Magazine
Looking for a makeup artist for an event or for a photoshoot? Then look no further. Dominic Paul is offering his services to those based in the South/Southeast of the UK.
For enquires please message us on firstname.lastname@example.org
New work for The Model Magazine
Photography – Sally Rose McCormack
Model – Nina Stavis El wood Nevs Model Agency
Mua – Dominic Paul Makeup Artist
Hair – Natalie-Danielle Hair & Makeup Artist
Stylist – Veronica Gargallo Llamas
( Products used – Charlotte Tilbury Molly Cosmetics Hoky Siswan )
Yay!! Very excited to announce my new editorial for ‘One Magazine’
Photography – Paz Stammler
Art Director – Cory Lackner
Model – Georgia Rose Models 1
Stylist – Sarah Mughal
Makeup – Dominic Paul Makeup Artist
Hair – Martyna Parzniewska
I recently purchased the charlotte Tilbury Bronze and glow Palette and i have to say i am so impressed! Not only does it create chiseled cheek bones effortlessly, it also gives the most amazing natural bronzed glow. I really encourage women and girls and even men to purchase this product as it is so easy to use and the sculpting brush that is designed to go with it does all the work for you! At the price of £49 it is so worth the money and it really is money well spent.A definite thumbs up from me and i will be purchasing this again and again as and when i need to.
Hi everyone!! I’m currently taking on bookings for fashion editorials, look books and make overs.
If interested please contact me on email@example.com
Recently i have gained a new obsession and that is dewy glowing skin. On a lot of editorials and weddings i have done i have been using the Nars Albatross Blush/Highlighter to create sun kissed skin, dewy looks and higher defined cheek bones. I feel highlighter is an absolute must for all ages. Not only does it make you feel confident it completes your look. When turning your head from side to side the highlighter catches the light giving you that uber glamorous effect every women needs.
A lot of women are afraid to use highlighter because they feel too much can give the effect of oily skin. But its how you use the product and remember less is more. When it comes to everyday use you need to use it in these key areas. 1.Brow bone 2.tops of cheeks & 3. cupids bow. If you’re going for a high fashion look you can use it on the bridge of your nose and occasionally on the centre of your lips. ( Best product to use when doing mens grooming)
Here below are a couple of photos from a recent shoot using this concept.
Remember makeup is about playing around and coming up with looks that suit you or your client. remember if you apply to much it isn’t the end of the world you can always change it easily.