Such a pleasure working on actress Deborah Ann Woll. We got to play with some gorgeous spring makeup looks with Tama for Byrdie Beauty.
So happy to share this new beauty campaign I worked on for NCLA. Inspired by the 90's supermodels who have paved the way and set the standards for models today, we played with voluminous body and sexy waves on our muse.
For our models hair, I prepped her damp hair with Oribe's Maximista spray then blew dry her with a medium round brush to polish and lift the roots. After every section I pinned it up in barrel curls to cool ad set. When finished, take out pins and lightly separate the hair with fingers. Back comb at the roots of the crown and finish with Oribe's Superfine Hair Spray.
So excited about this shoot for Revs Magazine online! I love playing with braids and am so glad to finally get to do an entire braid story! Braids are the perfect took to create rad shapes, textures, and it's an amazing outlet to let loose and play.
The hair accessories we all hand made by myself and my friend Veronica Nunez, a punk rock bad ass hair stylist that helped me put this together! I knew she hand created a lot of her own cool rock and roll accessories and clothes so I knew I needed to have her help to create these spiked hair accessories to complete the look. We sat on my couch all night watching the Law and Order marathon and glued our little hearts away! So happy we did cause I really think it completed the story.
For Emily's braids, I used Unite's Wicked Wax to help control all the fly-aways and also to give me a little grip to create tight and clean braids. It definitely helps when you have control over every strand!
Photography by Josh Reed
Makeup by Nicole Walmsley
Styling by Taylor Sheridan
Hair by Sienree using Unite
Nails by Pilar