Subtle bronze smoky for Monolid eye shapes

Woohoooo! Shoot pictures! Featuring the lovely Kim K. (MM# 1618935), and photographed by Rudy Joggerst (MM# 1534362)

Copyright 2011 Rudy Joggerst

Eyes
MUFE Brow Correcter #3
MAC Painterly paintpot
UDPP
Hourglass Exhibition duo-burgundy-use a more flat crease brush to define the outer edge of “crease” area
MAC Tempting-outer lower lid
Hourglass Exhibition duo Mauve-middle of lower lid, lower lashline
Hourglass Suede duo-pale brown-inner corner
Hourglass Suede duo pale gold-highlight
Line upper lashline with Smashbox waterproof gel liner in Starstruck. Smudge.
Apply Ardell Accents half-lashes #305
Apply Buxom Lashliner in Leatherette to the upper lashline, blending inwards from the outer corner. KEEP IT VERY SPARSE AS YOU MOVE INWARDS. This is just to soften the effect of the falsies.

Buxom mascara-apply to upper lashline and pat into outer edges of lower lashline

Sephora Pearl liner pencil-inner corner and inner lower lashline

Skin

Eve Pearl HD foundation in Fair #2

Eve Pearl HD foundation concealer Light #1

MAC Cream blush in Brit Wit

Benefit High Beams-highlight

Lips

MAC Hue

NARS Chihuaha

Darker lips

Mix OCC Lip Tar in Clear with a smaller portion of NSFW and Botanical(ratio NSFW-Clear-botanical 2:1:1)

Copyright 2011 Rudy Joggerst

Another, for good measure.  I like the others better for actual portfolio, but I think this is probably the clearest for the actual contouring of the makeup, and her features. I had SO much fun working on Kim!

Copyright 2011 Rudy Joggerst

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14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Helena
    Feb 12, 2011 @ 13:43:35

    Niiice! You finally got the pictures! Love them 🙂 Especially the second one as you can’t really tell the makeup on the first one.

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    • dolcearia
      Feb 12, 2011 @ 13:46:32

      Well, these aren’t for the shoot you and I were discussing. I’m waiting for the edits from my two other shoots. This was faster than I expected to see these! I’m really thrilled with how these came out.

      Reply

  2. Helena
    Feb 12, 2011 @ 14:00:24

    Ah. So this is from your first shot?

    Reply

    • dolcearia
      Feb 12, 2011 @ 14:43:03

      Different model completely. First and third shoots were with the same model(Those were the ones we discussed). This one was #2. So completely different people involved.

      Reply

  3. spider girl
    Feb 12, 2011 @ 14:07:19

    Lovely makeup! I was wondering however, why fuchsia magenta nails with reddish maroon lips in the second pic? Lovely shoot whatsoever!

    Reply

    • dolcearia
      Feb 12, 2011 @ 14:44:26

      She had done the nails to match her wardrobe for the first part of the shoot, in hot pink. I didn’t have red polish on hand to correct it, but we wanted something much deeper and more contrasty for the change. I definitely prefer models to have nude colored nails, because that kind of bothers me as well.

      Reply

  4. Susan
    Feb 12, 2011 @ 14:30:44

    LOVELYLOVELYLOVELYLOVELY!!!!

    Reply

  5. Phyrra
    Feb 12, 2011 @ 14:35:18

    Wow, lovely!

    Reply

  6. Susan
    Feb 13, 2011 @ 09:54:49

    Good photog too. Who was it? They do good lighting, posing and post production. Very nice.

    Reply

  7. Susan
    Feb 13, 2011 @ 11:31:48

    Ack, well, reading details seems to be my downfall. I gotta pay attention!

    Reply

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