Friday, 19 September 2014

Max Factor Skin Luminizer Foundation

I would like to review for you this new foundation by Max Factor*. I'm super fussy when it comes to foundation, often opting for a BB cream instead. I have terrible pores and imperfections on my skin and foundations tend to make them much worse. Also as my skin is combination I find foundation slips off my face after 4 hours of wear around my T-zone.

The shade Light Ivory suited my skin tone and despite being creamy to the touch settled with a matte finish once applied. My skin looked brighter but not shiny, something very important for those of us who are wary of luminizing products. I always set my foundation with a transparent powder for extra staying power so I can't say how long it would last without this I'm afraid.

About 4 hours into my shift at work I had forgotten I was even wearing foundation, it was so light to wear. I checked my appearance and no excess oil was showing through. I didn't have to touch up anything. After 8 hours it had started to fade slightly but I do have a physical job.

I would highly recommend this foundation to those like me prefer a light-weight texture. It had a light to medium coverage so concealer is still needed for inperfections. My skin didn't dry out nor did it fall off my face after a few hours wear so would be perfect for those with a combination skin.

Wendy x

*PR sample - I am always honest and give a true review of any free products sent to me. 

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Girl to Guy with Makeup

Yesterday I was beavering away at my kit getting it ready for the weekend at Olympia Beauty but I couldn't resist doing one more makeover before I cleaned my brushes.

I have been wanting to try male makeup for some time and have been researching female to male transformations. As always I like to stretch my abilities and do something that's beyond what I think I can do - it's the only way to grow. So rather than just turn my face into a man I turned to my favourite YouTuber JackSepticeye. Most of you are going WHO? He's a gamer, yes I don't just watch makeup tutorials, who has become quite famous on YouTube with his catchphrases and gaming style. He makes me laugh so hard and I think I watch him more than my boyfriend! Below is another image with Jacksepticeye ( aka Sean) on the left.

I painted one side of my face with his septiceye logo with a black background and borrowed my boyfriends clothes to complete the look. To watch his hilarious videos go to and I highly recommend his Happy Wheels videos. Laughter is a great way to unwind after a long day on my feet.

Products used:
Cameleon Face Paints and brushes
Real Techniques Brushes
Crownbrush brushes
Illamasqua Skin Base Foundation in 2 shades
Stippling sponge
Disposable mascara wand for eyebrows and hair
Eyes Lips Face HD transparent powder

To keep upto date with my work find me on IG @wendy_england and Twitter @wendyenglandmua 

Wendy x

Thursday, 11 September 2014

The skint Makeup Artist


The life of a creative person may sound exciting and beautiful, more often than not though it is heartbreaking, hard work and lonely. When I decided to make the move into Makeup Artistry I was working in a less than minimum wage job on a tempory contract. Makeup was a outlet for me. It kept my dreams alive and spirits high.

In the two years since I started this journey I have at times had to take on not just 2 jobs to fund it but in fact 3 jobs. Working temporary 0 hour contracts are no way to live. You don't know week to week weather or not you'll be able to pay the rent. All the time I was experimenting with new makeup techniques and building a kit to be able to take on the free work which would benefit my portfolio. No one tells you how hard it's going to be when you decide you have to pursue your dreams no matter what.

My dream was never to be a makeup artist. I was always a creative person, drawing, photographing, designing and creating. I started out doing Art in school which I got my highest grade at GCSE of a B. I then choose to move into Fashion and Textile Design in college and came away with a HND. But nothing ever felt right. I knew I was a creative person but I hadn't found the niche that I fell into. It took me a further 6 years of full-time employment in a supermarket before a friend suggested to me I try doing a Makeup course. I loved makeup but I just never wore much of it myself so had never considered it. I enjoyed blogging in my spare time after work and was surprised when companies started sending me their products to review. I had even become an Avon Rep to help me gain confidence and experience in marketing and sales.

When I started putting makeup on other people I took to it like vasaline to a dry lip. I absorbed as much as I could and gave it my all. I continue to learn on a daily basis and have started entering competitions around the UK to help give me more confidence and experience. Although I'm still struggling to get by and my kit isn't over spilling with high brand products I make do. 

Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube have really helped with inspiration and I've had nothing but support from my followers. Artists understand the struggle of other artists and they all support one another. This is why I love Instagram and appreciate the support everyone has given me by not trampling all over my dreams. 

Find me @wendyenglandmua on IG

Wendy x

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

At the Movies Collaboration

Re Fab and the other members of SPFX, Face and Body painting group on Facebook are celebrating reaching 1000 members. They have invited myself and the other members to join them "at the movies" by picking a movie character and getting creative.

As a new addition to the group I wanted to show my support and after a bit of research settled on catwoman. Why? Despite being a makeup artist I don't often do makeup on myself, instead I stick to full face painting to hide behind. Catwoman has always been one of my favourite bad girls with seriously killer lips and fierce nails! Batman Returns will always be by far my favourite Batman. Naturally Catwoman wears a mask but I thought why not paint it. 

Products used:

The Face Painting Shops Cameleon face paints and brushes
Urban Decay Naked 1
The Vintage Cosmetic Company Betty lashes

With as few products as this I managed to pull off a good look. The lips are my favourite part as I had to paint quite an unnatural line compared to my own thin lips. Amazingly they didn't look drag. I hope you like it. I'll probably do another movie inspired look if I get the time. Head on over to my IG @wendyenglandmua where the collab is happening.

Wendy x

Friday, 5 September 2014

First Front Cover

I was so proud to see my makeup artistry grace the front cover of a local magazine - The Norwich Resident - this September 2014. This is my first front cover makeup and also my first published work. It couldn't have happened if I hadn't been asked by a local photographer Rekha Garton to be a part of this collaboration.

I only had 2 days to come up with something and without any practice, just an idea of what I wanted to create I headed to the location of the photographers home where we would be shooting. I used Illamasqua, B. beautiful and Urban Decay to create a single look which lasted through several fashion changes.

As this was for a fashion feature the makeup wasn't neccassarily going to be the focal point but the face did seem to get the most attention throughout the shoot. Metallics are going to be big this Autumn/Winter so make sure you stock up ladies.

This feature was made possible with this great team -

Photography: Rekha Garton

Model: Claire Gaskings

Jewellery: Eclectic Eccentricity

Clothing Designer: Chloe Kent

Make-up: Wendy England

Hair: Sophie Hichinsson 

See the whole feature online free 

Wendy x

Friday, 22 August 2014

Primark P.S. Love Day palette review

I've bought some great things from Primark lately. They seem to have upped their game in the market and I'm no longer embarrassed to say I shop there. This was the first time I checked out their makeup though. I found two cute, purse friendly palettes and I was surprised to see no broken powders as often expected with cheap makeup.

The range has a Day palette consisting of neutrals and blue/grey shade and a Night palette with more plum and dark shades. They both have 8 shades and a huge mirror. As I wear neatrals mostly I opted for the Day palette. I was eager to swatch this and had to try them out as soon as I got home. 

The colour pay off wasn't great. The photos are unfiltered so you can see their true colours. It took a few applications before I started to see a basic colour. The powder is very crumbly even in the palette, when transferred to the eyes there is much fallout.

I like to try the cheaper brands because sometimes I stumble upon some major finds which end up in my kit. This I'm afraid isn't one of them and will be put in my personal makeup bag mInly for the huge mirror. At £2.50 I haven't lost out on much but atleast now I can share with you a palette to avoid. If I were to compare it to another brand I'd say it was a knock off from Makeup Academy.

Wendy x

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Skull Makeup Design

If you follow my Instgram account ( you'll already have seen my skull designs photos and video. I was inspired by the talented Anna Bella MUA who has her own clothing line with her amazing skull designs. She created an American skull which inspired me to do a British version.

Having never painted a skull before it was always going to be a challenge. I didn't expect it to take 3 hours to complete - what can I say, I'm a perfectionist. I'm not happy with the teeth, to much black, nor the hollows of the cheeks. 

Practice makes perfect though right? :)

I used Cameleon face paints and brushes from 

Wendy x

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Homemade Face Scrub how to

Beauty is only skin deep right? Well let's go a bit further by scrubbing off the dead layers.

In this blog post I'd like to share with you how I created my very own face scrub with just a few ingredients laying around my home. I went shopping the other day and came home without my beloved face scrub. I couldn't go without so had to make a homemade version. 

Ingredients Needed

+ An old moisturiser or body lotion (if making a body scrub)
+ A bag of sugar, unrefined is better
+ A mixing bowl and spoon

Use one part sugar to 3 parts lotion/moisturiser and mix well. Use straight away. I thought I'd be blue to keep the mixture but naturally the sugar eventually dissolved. 

It really is as simple as that. There are other methods and ingredients you can use but this is what I had laying around. If you scoure the internet you'll find many methods.

Wendy x

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Behind The Scenes - Where the magic happens

Do you post behind the scenes images from your photoshoots? If not why not? What happens before the photographer gets their itchy fingers on their cameras and the model is very important. Showing others what you as a Makeup Artist, hair stylist, designer etc go through in preparations for a photoshoot gives them a glimpse into your world.

Thursday, 15 May 2014

YSL Touché Éclat Radiant Touch

It's glorious sunshine in a pen; the one and only Touche Éclat by Yves Saint Laurent. 

The beauty secret of the world's top makeup artists and models, Touche Éclat is the original must-have for a radiant, flawless face.
Capture 8 hours of sleep with the click of a pen. With a few strategic strokes of this award-winning complexion highlighter—dark circles, fine lines and signs of fatigue virtually disappear. Powered by the radiance-boosting Luminocaptide Complex, skin is instantly illuminated, so you look rested and refreshed—even if you’ve been up for hours. Sleek and sophisticated, it discretely slips into a makeup bag for quick touch-ups anytime. It’s the one beauty essential no woman should ever be without.

As a makeup artist this little wonder has been a staple in my kit since Instarted. I wouldn't dream of leaving the house without it. Sure there have been imitations but none live up to this product. It is a brides dream as it will banish those under eye dark circles from a restless night before the big day. It can be used anywhere on the face but you don't need much. Use it under the brow to lift or on your Cupid's bow to give the appearance of fuller lips. I swear by the original but you can now buy many shades. 

New Shades now out on Feel Unique2.5 Luminous Vanilla, 3.5 Luminous Almond, 4.5 Luminous Sand, 5.5 Luminous Praline, 7 Luminous Mocha

oX Wendy Xo

Wednesday, 7 May 2014

International Body Painter Pashur Workshop

I had the privilege to meet and learn from the Internationally famous Body Painter Pashur. I took his workshop in Norwich, UK this week to learn tips and tricks from the best. He came all the way from LA, USA. The public can see him painting at Paintopia, Dunston Hall this Sunday (tickets on the door £6). I'm going for the first time to view all the wonderful artists at work.

Pashur has been in the industry for over 17 years and is known as "The Picasso of Body Art". The work he has created is out of this world! There are some artists that I've seen that can't do half as good on a piece of paper as he does on a body. His clients have included Nickelback, Playboy, TV show Skin Wars, Toyota to name a few.

When I heard Pashur was coming to hold a workshop at Jackie Hamiltons School of Beauty I jumped at the chance to take part. I surprised myself having never done an body painting before with what I ended up creating. After Pashur introduced himself I had to come up with my own idea to paint something. This threw me as I wasn't prepared and useless at doing things from memory. I found a photo of the roses my boyfriend bought me and with noting else coming to my mind started sketching them out on. It was my beautiful model Lindsey Beard's first time modelling for body art so it was a great experience for both of us. It took me 2hrs to paint in the end, stopping and starting while Pashur showed us how to lay the paint in different ways. The whole workshop ended up being 4hrs in total.

I bought some paints and brushes both from Cameleon so I'm looking forward to creating more art work in the future. Practice makes perfect after all.

oX Wendy Xo

Thursday, 10 April 2014


I've been on a bit of a hiatus lately. You see I've discovered this amazing site where I can actually get paid for posting short stories/reviews/rumblings. Just incase your wondering this post isn't in anyway sponsored by BubbleWS, I'm writing this because I genuinely love this site! A week and a half ago I signed up after reading about it on Money Supermarket Forums. I didn't really believe what people were saying but thought it's worth a shot, nothing to lose by signing up. 

After just 40 posts about 400 characters long I have made $50.25 over the course of 2 weeks. This is sent in the form of an Echeque using PayPal. Some people have said it takes some time to get the money from them but others have got it after 4 days. I received my first redemption after 12 days. It'll help towards paying off my credit card.

You may have noticed I'm talking in dollars. So I'll have to factor in how much I'll actually receive in pounds. The amount you can earn is unlimited I believe but you have to have made $50 before you can withdraw e.g. Withdrawn $65 so need to make another $50 before withdrawing again.

Basically BubbleWS is a social network which encourages friendships and networking by paying you to write on their site. They feel it's a great way to give back to their users. In order to earn money you have to gain likes, comments and views on your posts. The quickest way to do this is to make connections and like, comment and view others posts. So if you want to earn a bit of cash for typing a few words a couple of times a day SET UP YOUR ACCOUNT and come say hello. I love it but it does take time and patience as with anything new. The site is also going through some changes and sometimes its hard to get on.

oX Wendy Xo

Sunday, 30 March 2014

Makeup Blog Sale

So here it is, my first blog sale. As a makeup artist I accumulate alot of products which end up used once or just put into storage. Thing is I'm running out of space and need the cash to buy new things. Would you be interested in a Jewellery or fashion sale also as I have loads of stuff and would save me going to a carboot?
Rules & Information

  • Comment if interested or to ask questions
  • First come first served, it's the fairest way
  • Sorry no haggling, the price stated is the price you pay
  • Not International, UK ONLY
  • I may have extras of some items, please ask
  • Ask for total amount of sale plus postage before making your decision to buy
  • Postage will depend on the weight of your package. I don't like to overcharge on pesky postage.
  • Leave paypal address in comments and pay within 24 hours. Please mark payment as gift so I don't get charged those paypal fees :)
  • Please research item for swatches etc on the internet. I don't do refunds if you find the colour or texture isnt a match for you.
  • Keep coming back as I'll keep this post updated as often as possible
  • Happy Shopping :D xo
Estee Lauder Double wear is now SOLD

oX Wendy Xo

Thursday, 20 March 2014

No Make-up Selfie for Cancer response

Earlier today I took to Facebook to share my response to the Dare to Bare Selfies making the rounds and trending. Yesterday I was getting really wound up seeing every other post with someones naked face. Not because I thought they weren't beautiful, ofcourse they are, we all are, but because a message had been lost. This was my response to all the nominations I was receiving...

Thank you to everyone you "nominated" me to post a selfie without any makeup on. The simple idea behind them was originally to raise AWARENESS but has somehow got lost in translation and now it almost feels like people have to give money to charity. If you want to give, good on you!

The bare faces are meant to come with the saying - It takes less time to put your makeup on than check your breasts.

So here is me raising awareness with my boobs instead and asking you to TOUCH, LOOK, CHECK. I'm not asking you to part with your money, I want you to touch your boobs. Or even better get the man in your life to. He probably knows them better than you! Early detection saves lives. 

TOUCH your breasts. Can you feel anything unusual?

LOOK for changes. Is there any change in shape or texture?

CHECK anything unusual with your doctor.

For me receiving these nominations is no different to a guy turning up on my doorstep and asking me to hand over my pennies. No one should feel pressured into giving up their money for charity. It should be given willingly. This "trend" is just that, a TREND. There are a million charities out there that are deserving of money. This Dare to Bare was suppose to raise awareness, instead people are losing friends over it. I feel a picture of bare boobs has more impact and gets more notice. I NEVER pose naked and have body issues so please don't slate me for doing this. I'm just trying to raise the awareness that has been lost.

I hope I don't offend anyone with this post on my sites, it's not my intention. If you have taken part in the trend then good for you and well done for donating. Just please don't make the people you nominate feel bad because they didn't. They may support other charities, some people just prefer not to join a trend to do so. 

oX Wendy Xo

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Why do Makeup Artists' services cost so much?

This is a regular theme which keeps rearing it's ugly head - Why do makeup artists charge so much? - It's just make-up right? Actually it's much more than just make-up, it's a service. 

Think about how often you buy makeup and what brands you use. If you buy a foundation you're parting with about £20-£30 for a high end brand. A makeup artist has one in every shade and from many different brands to cater to different clients. Then there's the eye shadow, primers, blusher, mascara, lipstick, concealer, setting powders and sprays, eyeliners, lip liners etc. That would place their kits in the £500-£1000 bracket and all so they can give you a pretty makeover for any occasion.

To be able to apply and clean that makeup we need palettes, brushes, spatulas, cotton buds, disposable mascara wands, cleaning spirits, storage etc. We also need insurance for all of our kit which costs between £30-£100 a year dependent on the size of our kit and where we buy the cover. In order for you to be able to trust us we need to have a qualification from an awarding body like ITEC. A basic course costs between £700-£1500. Naturally there are those who are more talented than others and some people claim to be a makeup artist and pose as such. The problem there is they haven't been properly trained and may not understand the right hygiene practices needed. They also won't have insurance.

On top of all this we give you our time, energy and creative knowledge. 
For example: Your Wedding

A bride wants her big day to be remembered for the rest of her life. She'll look back on that day with pride and remember how beautiful and happy she looked and more importantly felt. She has spent £750 on a made-to-measure bridal gown, £200 on branded shoes and £500 on a photographer. She's booked the stylist and now looking for a makeup artist. She's gets quoted £80 but thinks that's too much as she's already spent so much so trying to haggle a lower quote.

Now I understand that not everyone sees makeup as important. We put it on ourselves everyday so why pay that much for a bridal makeup? Surely the makeup artist has just jacked the price up because the client mentioned wedding! Not true. For that £80 (and that's around the cheap end) the client would receive 2 full makeup applications - the trial and the final look. Between the booking and the day there will be frequent questions, emails, phone calls. We may even have sleepless nights while designing the perfect look to match the clients colour scheme, themed wedding, skin texture, skin conditions, current trends. Every booking can make or break our reputation so we have to take into consideration every fine detail. Your day is important to us. 
We also want to make sure your makeup lasts as long as possible without making you look like you're wearing a mask. I've heard stories of friends doing brides makeup and actually losing the friendship by the end of the day! Why because the mascara smudged or the foundation creased - crazy but it's happened. 
Every wedding has it's budget but don't leave the makeup artist to last and haggle them down. This is frowned upon and she will be highly offended. You clearly liked what you saw on her website or you wouldn't be contacting her. The prices she is quoting have been thought about in great detail and possibly discussed with an accountant. This is to make sure she isn't losing money but offering the best price to her clients. Also if you only budget for a £40 makeup there's no way we can makeup you look you spent £500 sorry. You get what you pay for.

For photographers who need a makeup artist the same above applies. Countless of times I have been contacted to do a collaboration shoot only to turn up and find out his assistant or the model are being paid. Saying sorry our budget didn't extend to a makeup artist or hair stylist but you can have the images doesn't cut it. We won't be recommending you in the future nor working with you again. I have nothing against building a portfolio as long as that's what everyone else is there for. 

We provide you with a professional service which you wouldn't have been able to achieve yourself. You wouldn't expect to jump in a taxi and get from Norwich to London for £5. He'd drive you to the end of the road and kick you out. This is how we make a living. We have rent, bills, petrol and food to buy. We want to be able to put a roof over our heads doing a job we have trained to do and enjoy doing. If we don't charge accordingly we end up in debt and getting a job scrubbing toilets for a living.

Please respect people who are self-employed. This isn't a hobby, we worked hard to be able to provide this service for you. It might be a small part of your big event or photoshoot but it's a part that brings your look together. It's what made you seek them out in the first place.

oX Wendy Xo

How to: Depot lipstick tutorial

I've received a lot of comments about my new lipstick palette. So I felt it would maybe help someone if I created a post on how to do it yourself. Basically a lipstick palette is self-made from your own lipsticks. Why do it? Because it saves space and time. If your a makeup artist you carry around with you several lipsticks - I have about 18 currently. That's a lot to carry from place to place. Also it's time consuming trying to find the right shade. If your on a photoshoot where time is limited you need to be able to access the right shade quickly. 

What do you need to depot?

Here I have used a bead box from Hobbycraft (£3 a bargain!). There are many palettes out there. Most people buy there's from eBay (search for pill case, bead box, nail tip case, etc) but I prefer to be able to touch and feel what I'm buying first. I chose this palette due to its sturdiness (is that a word?). It has a slide fastening so no chance it will ping open. It's also transparent so I can see all my colours with the lid closed to stop contamination. 

A palette knife - mine was from Crownbrush
IPA - to disinfect the palette and you lipsticks before depoting
Lipsticks - if you have several of one brand you may prefer to depot them accordingly but for me I depoted mine to with matching shades

One thing I wasn't prepared for was the heartbreak of taking the lipstick out of my beautiful Inglot casing. The more expensive the lipstick the prettier the packaging but I needed the space. 

You really don't need a lot to depot, I'm surprised more people don't do it! You may have heard of the melting method - don't do it! It may sound appealing and give a smoother finish to your palette BUT, & it's a big but O_o, it changes the consistency and often the colouring of some lipsticks. I would hate to melt a MAC & then find the shade is completely different and doesn't slide on the lip as evenly anymore. All you really need to do is dig out the lipstick and mix it into the palette until smooth. I used a small palette knife to mix mine.

To be able to see which lipstick is in which pot, it's a good idea to peal off the label on the bottom of the tube and stick it in the palette. Some lipstick tubes have the info printed directly onto the packaging. In those cases I write the make and shade on a white sticky label available from your local stationary or supermarket. 

What do you think? Will you give it a go? You don't need to be a makeup artist. This method is great for broken lipsticks and for making the most of the bottom of you lipsticks. 

oX Wendy Xo

Saturday, 15 March 2014

Candy Nails

I love creating beautiful nail designs for photo shoots. These nails were for my competition in London. Unfortunately I ran out of time and didn't get to use them. They have been kept safe though for when I  can do my candy photo shoot coming up soon.

I started by using double sided tape and sticking each nail to a cotton bud. I find it the easiest way to apply nail varnish without mess. I used 3 colours and created an ombré effect. First I painted the nails white and then painted the orange colour directly onto a sponge. The sponge was rolled back and forth across the nail for a light faded edge. Then I repeated the action with the pink, each time allowing for drying in between. Last but not least I glued some hundreds and thousands to each corner. I would have liked to have done the reverse corner for the other hand but forgot.

To keep the nails safe during transport I used my Benefit box, filled with cotton wool. Who'd have thought that tiny box which use to house my eye shadows would come in handy?! 

oX Wendy Xo

Monday, 10 March 2014

Norwich Fashion Week Vintage show 2014

Last night saw The Puppet Theatre, Norwich come to life for an 18th Century inspired Vintage Show during Norwich Fashion Week. I turned up at 1pm rising into a cloud of hairspray in the dressing room. The hair stylists were busy teasing and back-combing models hair into extravagant updos and everything was running smoothly. As I set up my makeup kit the other makeup artists started to arrive. The Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists were either currently studying or had qualified from Jackie Hamiltons School of Beauty. We were all showing our support of the school by wearing our branded T-Shirts.
We had all previously met to discuss the makeup and had decided that the bold white brows and lashes combined with either a pink or orange cheek and lip would stand out the best on stage. Everyone was helping out each other in regards to products - there was a lot of borrowing going on. Which reminds me.. if you took a brush home by mistake (easily done as we had to pack away quickly to make way for clothes) that wasnt yours can you please drop it into the school asap, its very much missed in someones kit, thank you.
I was over the moon being the first to pick my model to work on. I snaked outside to where the models were having a much needed break and spotted Jess from a distance and knew I wanted her. Her skin was amazing to work on and the colours really stood out. To book Jess she can be found on Sandra Reynolds Website. The second model of the afternoon was the striking Anna-Maria Green who has the most friendly personality. She's travelled all the way from Bury st Edmunds for Norwich Fashion Week. I used an orange palette on her as I had to alternate colours to make sure there was an even number of pink and orange hues going down the catwalk. Last but not least I was able to get my hands on a man! This was the first time I had ever applied makeup on male skin and he was a sport for letting me. I know it's very odd for a guy if they haven't had makeup on their skin before.
I was very happy with the end result on my models. After every ones models were checked under the lights a few models cam back to have their colours brightened. I then shot off home to get changed for the nights performance. I was lucky enough to grab one of the last tickets.

The theatre itself was very small but the models made the most of the whole area by walking up and down the stairs. I hold my hands up to them they really had a long day and ended it on a high. Many local designers showcased there businesses from reclaimed fashions to newly designed hats. I even discovered a few brands I didn't know existed in my own home town. I for one will be getting my knickers from Proudlock and Harry from now on. I would really like to collaborate with Mystic Magic as I was blown away by his couture head wear designs!
A huge well done to all the models, makeup artist, hair stylists, photographers and everyone involved. There's so much organisation that goes into a show like this and I'm proud to say I was a part of it. To read more see today's EDP news.
oX Wendy Xo