This has to be one of my first posts because this artist is so creative and innovative with color and how she enhances the shape of eyes- She is on facebook as chaosmakeupartist, and recently (and sadly) deactivated her account on tumblr. I will definitely post more of her work soon. I will note that the pigmentations she uses with shadows are difficult to find (bitchslap cosmetics, INAZ, and maybe Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics) but its more about how she applies than what she uses! Brilliant!

xtamaranicolex:

ChaosMakeupArtist, Megan Martinez 
My INSPIRATION. Love her work.
This has to be one of my first posts because this artist is so creative and innovative with color and how she enhances the shape of eyes- She is on facebook as chaosmakeupartist, and recently (and sadly) deactivated her account on tumblr. I will definitely post more of her work soon. I will note that the pigmentations she uses with shadows are difficult to find (bitchslap cosmetics, INAZ, and maybe Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics) but its more about how she applies than what she uses! Brilliant!

xtamaranicolex:

ChaosMakeupArtist, Megan Martinez 
My INSPIRATION. Love her work.
This has to be one of my first posts because this artist is so creative and innovative with color and how she enhances the shape of eyes- She is on facebook as chaosmakeupartist, and recently (and sadly) deactivated her account on tumblr. I will definitely post more of her work soon. I will note that the pigmentations she uses with shadows are difficult to find (bitchslap cosmetics, INAZ, and maybe Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics) but its more about how she applies than what she uses! Brilliant!

xtamaranicolex:

ChaosMakeupArtist, Megan Martinez 
My INSPIRATION. Love her work.

This has to be one of my first posts because this artist is so creative and innovative with color and how she enhances the shape of eyes- She is on facebook as chaosmakeupartist, and recently (and sadly) deactivated her account on tumblr. I will definitely post more of her work soon. I will note that the pigmentations she uses with shadows are difficult to find (bitchslap cosmetics, INAZ, and maybe Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics) but its more about how she applies than what she uses! Brilliant!

xtamaranicolex:

ChaosMakeupArtist, Megan Martinez 

My INSPIRATION. Love her work.

cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 
cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 
cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 
cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 
cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 
cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 
cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 
cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 
cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012
The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 

cocoaluxe:

Preeti Dhata and Ninja Singh “Call of the Wild” for Vogue India March 2012

The colors, textures and makeup in this spread are mind-blowing.  I always love “tribal” inspired looks. 

karlapowellmua:

Behind the scenes to continue Luke Woodford’s Abandoned Fashion Series in the UK…
 After our little trip in Belgium to shoot with designer Malgorzata Dudek we continue the series of images in this time in the UK at a beautiful abandoned building, it was super sunny and a more calmer location to work at, the Belgium shoot we had to climb hills in the bad weather and all sorts!
To keep with the theme of the concept and using the same beautiful clothes I kept the make up & hair exactly the same however I changed the eyes bringing more detail and drama with fine feather lines and dots, what was good about re creating this look is how I can improve it from last time- better products to make it look more whiter, more durable products and how I can make the makeup complement the clothes better. I really do prefer this makeup look from the first look I created.
This concept has now ended and will be in a 10 page spread and make front cover for a magazine that sells in Selfridges and Harrods. I can’t wait to reveal the final images and see them in print. I am now off to The Lake District with Luke Woodford in a few weeks time for a new concept and new shoot for another magazine so I am starting to plan for that now.
 Did you prefer this look or the one I did before?
Karla X
karlapowellmua:

Behind the scenes to continue Luke Woodford’s Abandoned Fashion Series in the UK…
 After our little trip in Belgium to shoot with designer Malgorzata Dudek we continue the series of images in this time in the UK at a beautiful abandoned building, it was super sunny and a more calmer location to work at, the Belgium shoot we had to climb hills in the bad weather and all sorts!
To keep with the theme of the concept and using the same beautiful clothes I kept the make up & hair exactly the same however I changed the eyes bringing more detail and drama with fine feather lines and dots, what was good about re creating this look is how I can improve it from last time- better products to make it look more whiter, more durable products and how I can make the makeup complement the clothes better. I really do prefer this makeup look from the first look I created.
This concept has now ended and will be in a 10 page spread and make front cover for a magazine that sells in Selfridges and Harrods. I can’t wait to reveal the final images and see them in print. I am now off to The Lake District with Luke Woodford in a few weeks time for a new concept and new shoot for another magazine so I am starting to plan for that now.
 Did you prefer this look or the one I did before?
Karla X
karlapowellmua:

Behind the scenes to continue Luke Woodford’s Abandoned Fashion Series in the UK…
 After our little trip in Belgium to shoot with designer Malgorzata Dudek we continue the series of images in this time in the UK at a beautiful abandoned building, it was super sunny and a more calmer location to work at, the Belgium shoot we had to climb hills in the bad weather and all sorts!
To keep with the theme of the concept and using the same beautiful clothes I kept the make up & hair exactly the same however I changed the eyes bringing more detail and drama with fine feather lines and dots, what was good about re creating this look is how I can improve it from last time- better products to make it look more whiter, more durable products and how I can make the makeup complement the clothes better. I really do prefer this makeup look from the first look I created.
This concept has now ended and will be in a 10 page spread and make front cover for a magazine that sells in Selfridges and Harrods. I can’t wait to reveal the final images and see them in print. I am now off to The Lake District with Luke Woodford in a few weeks time for a new concept and new shoot for another magazine so I am starting to plan for that now.
 Did you prefer this look or the one I did before?
Karla X
karlapowellmua:

Behind the scenes to continue Luke Woodford’s Abandoned Fashion Series in the UK…
 After our little trip in Belgium to shoot with designer Malgorzata Dudek we continue the series of images in this time in the UK at a beautiful abandoned building, it was super sunny and a more calmer location to work at, the Belgium shoot we had to climb hills in the bad weather and all sorts!
To keep with the theme of the concept and using the same beautiful clothes I kept the make up & hair exactly the same however I changed the eyes bringing more detail and drama with fine feather lines and dots, what was good about re creating this look is how I can improve it from last time- better products to make it look more whiter, more durable products and how I can make the makeup complement the clothes better. I really do prefer this makeup look from the first look I created.
This concept has now ended and will be in a 10 page spread and make front cover for a magazine that sells in Selfridges and Harrods. I can’t wait to reveal the final images and see them in print. I am now off to The Lake District with Luke Woodford in a few weeks time for a new concept and new shoot for another magazine so I am starting to plan for that now.
 Did you prefer this look or the one I did before?
Karla X

karlapowellmua:

Behind the scenes to continue Luke Woodford’s Abandoned Fashion Series in the UK…


After our little trip in Belgium to shoot with designer Malgorzata Dudek we continue the series of images in this time in the UK at a beautiful abandoned building, it was super sunny and a more calmer location to work at, the Belgium shoot we had to climb hills in the bad weather and all sorts!

To keep with the theme of the concept and using the same beautiful clothes I kept the make up & hair exactly the same however I changed the eyes bringing more detail and drama with fine feather lines and dots, what was good about re creating this look is how I can improve it from last time- better products to make it look more whiter, more durable products and how I can make the makeup complement the clothes better. I really do prefer this makeup look from the first look I created.

This concept has now ended and will be in a 10 page spread and make front cover for a magazine that sells in Selfridges and Harrods. I can’t wait to reveal the final images and see them in print. I am now off to The Lake District with Luke Woodford in a few weeks time for a new concept and new shoot for another magazine so I am starting to plan for that now.


Did you prefer this look or the one I did before?

Karla
X

The Look Mag:
http://issuu.com/thelookmag/docs/lookbook2013_final
A few photos from recent shoots! Check out the whole issue and credits at the link above :) The Look Mag:
http://issuu.com/thelookmag/docs/lookbook2013_final
A few photos from recent shoots! Check out the whole issue and credits at the link above :)

The Look Mag:

http://issuu.com/thelookmag/docs/lookbook2013_final


A few photos from recent shoots! Check out the whole issue and credits at the link above :)