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This is right after I did a brides trial for her last night.(It starts off a lot neater trust me!) So I decided to just write a little about it as its almost Spring and Summer!Or maby even if you are looking for someone for a special event or Matric farewell! If you would like to book me for a wedding or trial please email at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions and qoutes. I go to the location, wherever it is you would like me to be for the trail and on your big day.Or if you like you can come to my space. I use mostly MAC make up, salon products and all other kinds of tricks to make your make up and hair last the longest it possibly can for your special day. I am someone that pays extreme attention to detail and I do my best to make you look how you feel comfortable and looking your best in your eyes. In the end if you decide to make use of my services your trial will be free, if not you will be charged for only the trial. I also do bridesmaids or mothers of the bride, basically anyone you need me to make feel special. The more people, most likely the bigger discount. I look forward to hearing from all the brides to be!
A long time again, well 2007 actually I was assisting Ryan Dreyer on a Vuka advert and ended up doing a lot of the make up. It was one of the first major things for me to work on while I was still studying so I felt rather proud as it won best creative categories. I remembered it tonight and this is the best picture I could find. Sorry for how small it is.
(Winner in the best cinematographer and best creative categories)
A young girl plays dress-up pretending to be her mom in front of a mirror putting on make-up. All seems cute and innocent until she shows off her artistry to a group of adults. The visual is shocking and the message powerful as the viewer is confronted by her black eyes and seemingly beaten face. The tagline pushes the message home: Abuse in the home affects all.