Photo Shoot Hair and Makeup Inspiration!

Photo Shoot Hair and Makeup Inspiration!

We had so much fun on our latest Deadly is the Female photo shoot! We wanted to share with you our inspiration for creating the hair and makeup looks for our models.

First up we have a classic pinup look on the cute Scarlett Luxe!

Photo Shoot Hair and Makeup Inspiration!

Model Scarlett Luxe being styled by Lolita Noir. We love their matching Femme Fatale Tee’s!

Hair!

Our in house Beauty Fairy Godmother Lolita Noir worked her magic on Scarlett’s hair to create a classic victory roll half up half down hairstyle. This hairstyle was inspired by a lady who is pretty darn sassy but you wouldn’t necessarily associate with the vintage pinup style, Beyonce!

Photo Shoot Hair and Makeup Inspiration!

We love Beyonce’s hairstyle in her music video “Why don’t you love me” so we decided to re-create this look, minus the mascara run! Lolita began styling by putting the front section of Scarlett’s hair into hot rollers to create volume and a base curl for the victory roll’s. Lolita then used a 19mm curling tong to curl and set the back of Scarlett’s hair for beautiful flowing curls. Once the rollers had cooled down Lolita backcombed the roots and styled the hair into victory roll’s (she made it look super easy!). The curls on the back of Scarlett’s hair were then dressed out and finally Lolita use our favourite Suavecita Pomade to tame any fly aways. This style was finished with a spritz of Suavecita Hairspray to keep this style in place all day onset.

Makeup

As Scarlett’s hairstyle was a classic pinup style we wanted this to be represented as well in her makeup. Our makeup inspiration is a true vintage beauty, Idda Van Munster!

Photo Shoot Hair and Makeup Inspiration!

We loved everything about this makeup look on Idda! Lolita used the Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette to create the pretty pink eye makeup. One of our favourite elements of this makeup look is the white eye liner under the eyes. It helps to make the eyes look bigger drawing out their beauty. Lolita also used one a classic red lipstick, she chose to use the Suavecita Victory Red Lipstick. Good choice! Scarlett’s makeup was a little stronger so that it would show up clearly on camera under the lights in the studio.

Photo Shoot Hair and Makeup Inspiration!

Scarlett’s final look!
We loved this beautiful vintage look and will certainly be trying to re-create this look!