21 Jun She’s Glowing!- Latest campaign images from Ladakh


This stunning face is model Jordan Cohayney and this image is from a shoot I worked on for fashion label Ladakh‘s latest campaign. I had an amazing canvas to work with, and I just love this hair and make-up look, it really complemented the fun range Ladakh has coming out soon!


Here are some steps to ‘get the look’-



HAIR-This hair look is relatively easy to achieve. First I saturated the hair in Toni & Guy Volume Plumping Mousse and blow dried it in. I the used my Babyliss Pro Conical Curling Iron to curl all the hair starting from an inch down from the roots. Once the entire head was done I used a Scunci Vented hard bristled brush to brush the curls out until they were a soft wave. I then sprayed the hair with a coat of hairspray to add hold and get rid of any fly aways.MAKE-UP-After applying concealer I then applied St Tropez Violet Illuminate cream to the entire face, this adds a cool fresh glow beneath the make-up. On the cheeks I used a generous amount of MAC blush in ‘Peaches’. On the lips all I used was Face of Australia lip liner in ‘Perfect Pink‘ , this gave me the look I was after. Using a lipliner on its own creates a matte lip that just looks stained or as if it is naturally pink.

On the Eyes I uses Revlon Photoready eyeshadow Palette in ‘Metropolitan‘. These are a fantastic way of making it extremely easy to get a three dimensional eyeshadow look that will look amazing! They are a palette that basically shows you where to apply each colour. I love this colour combo (see image below) and it worked really well on Jordan. I used a little of the gold sparkle on the lower half of the top eyelid after I had applied the other colours, which really made it pop!

I used the Clarins Eyebrow Kit (my new favourite toy!) to give Jordan thick defined brows. This kit has everything you need for brows- tweezers, eyebrow colour and wax to hold them in place.

I used The Balm ‘Schwing!‘ liquid eyeliner along the top eye line and added a nice little wing on the side. This eyeliner is REALLY easy to use and has a very defined tip to easily apply even the finest eyeline. I also used it to apply a very fine line to the lower lash line.

I then applied a beautiful set of false lashes from Helen Dowsley which are aptly named ‘Beautiful’. These lashes are amazing! Great quality and a great price. If you love false lashes these are definitely worth a look!

And finished with black Maybelline Falsies Mascara which gave the natural lashes and the falsies a nice bit of added volume.

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Top image shot by the talented Mick Bruzesse.

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