Creativity workshops

When I first set out in starting my creativity workshops I had no idea how popular they would be , I had some amazing photographers who were keen to be involved kindly offer there services and studios.

I contacted Tarryn from Tarryn Gee hair and asked her if she would work her magic for me and after a model call my team was nearly complete.

I wanted to make the most of this opportunity so I offered my friend and fellow make up artist Becky Downton to come along and join in the fun.

The workshop was held at The loft studio in Rochester and photographers Nicky Thomas and Iain Blacklock captured the results of our work.

For model Georgia Bliss I created with hair from Tarryn a edgy rock chic complete with  black star eyes and braided punk hair and for model Katie Burton the beauty within was born.

Becky created looks on models Grace and Tenecia,  with hair by Tarryn Gee

After the workshop photographer Nicky Thomas secured features in Candy mag, pump and Fienfh magazine

After the first workshop was such a success we had to do it again but on a bigger scale.

Make up artist Sharon Owens wanted to take part on this one and Becky Downton also wanted to come back after getting a real buzz from the first one, 

Nicky Thomas and Iain Blacklock once again taking amazing photos and we also welcomed talented Lisa Kennedy who took some great photos aswell as being are lead hair stylist.

Collaborating with Lisa Kennedy hair from artefacts salon and her assistant Megan Coull our make up looks where finished off perfectly.

Behind the scenes

Left me working on Georgia Bliss creating my pearl brows

Right fellow mua Becky Downton watching me apply the very fiddly pearls

The Pearl Queen

Model Georgia Bliss

Make up -me

Hair - Lisa Kennedy and Megan Coull

Hair pearls - peacock + pearl

Photographers Nicky Thomas , Iain Blacklock and Lisa Kennedy

Sweet as candy

Model Jodie Beard 

the use of sprinkles instead of eyeliner was a simple but effective swap to create this pretty pastel themed look