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Friday
May102013

Style Your Shoot! 

One of our favorite things to do as makeup artists, is create! So when we get to be a part of a shoot that is "styled" or "themed" it is just so so much fun! Doing this, brings your photos to life, make things fun, different, and inspiring. We love creating the makeup looks for styled shoots to pull everything together. 

Here are just a few of the different ones we have had such a blast doing the makeup (and in some photos, hair) look for! Below are a couple examples of senior portraits made funnnn! These photos were taken by Brooke Daniels Photography. She is a master of styling shoots for senior photos! Love working with her! 

Happy Friday, enjoy

                        Gatsby Inspired Shoot

 

          Disney Inspired 

Pretty Little Liars Inspired 

 

Photos above by Brooke Daniels photography 

 

 

 

 

 

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