Hair and Airbrush makeup by Maita Atienza
When my husband and I did a prenuptial photoshoot, we decided to just do in citruSnap Photography studio for a few happy shots that were simple, real, and just us. I did my own hair and makeup for this shoot.
Nothing says I'm back in the events scene like being at the Weddings and Debuts Expo at the PICC Forum last January 11 and 12. After having been on a long break to get myself married, I was happy to see fresh faces and hopeful brides at the expo still in the early stages of planning their big day. In spite of not having tarpaulins and a printed portfolio (my stuff is packed up in boxes as I'm moving in to a new home), I was overwhelmed by the number of women who trusted me for a makeup trial and who booked me for their wedding day.
Proud to share that my first youTube commercial has finally been released. RB's and 2 more main talents' hair and makeup by Maita Atienza.
by: ISnap Creatives Inc.
Edited by: Sid Apita
DOP: Sherard Yu
Shooters: Lance Agustin, Sherard and Sid
To some extent, I'm shy about sharing bits and pieces of my private life. But there are also times when I feel I can be proud of the work of my friends and colleagues even when it involves, well, me!
This is one of them little things that I'm shy about, but it would be a shame not to display the skills of my friends at iSnap creatives. Hope you like my save the date video, I did my own hair and makeup! :)
Video by Sid and Sherard of iSnap Creatives
It takes considerable talent to make someone look beautiful through makeup. But for some, the thrill is to go in the other direction – turning pretty into, well, ugly. Take special effects (SFX) makeup artist Eunice Losantas-Sevalla, who, two years into specializing in bridal beauty realized that she had a penchant for scars and…blood.
Taking a master class in SFX makeup with David Willis of Vida Studios LA/Sydney, Eunice whetted her appetite for the macabre when she was introduced to silicone and latex, bruise and burn palettes, and all sorts of bizarre prosthetics. It was there that she truly appreciated how creating characters was more than just piling on appliques and pouring on the fake blood. The real beauty, I was told, was in making cuts, burns, warts, and other garish effects look real.
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