Dramatic Eye Make up

Have a special occasion coming up and want to look like a million dollars?

Dramatic eye makeup can enhance your look for a variety of occasions and is fun to play with.

Remember it’s typically best to reserve an attention-getting eye look for evenings; but for formal events such as weddings it’s best to stick to a more classic look. Using heavier eyeliner, darker eye shadow, and an extra coat or two of mascara can help create a bold and fun look that keeps all eyes on YOU !

If you don’t feel comfortable with trying it yourself, give me a call and make a booking. I will not only do your make up, but also show you how to do it next time you need to glam up your make up for a function..





Last week to book for June

It’s the last week to get your bookings in for the June special. Book an hour photoshoot for only R200. This includes your make up and you will receive at least 40 photos on disk.


Not to be repeated, so book now before the special ends.

Cleaning Make up Brushes

Cleaning your brushes is essential as they build up germs.

Once a week wash them in shampoo and condition them. While still wet, set the bristles and make sure it dries properly. I usually let them stand in a glass.

If you want to sterilize them, use pure alcohol. Just dip it in the alcohol and allow to dry.

Different types of Eyeliner

There is 3 different ways to apply eyeliner. Use either:

* Eyeliner pencil (If you use a pencil, set the line with eyeshadow because penciled lines tend to melt and won’t stay on the whole day)

*  Liquid liner  (Be careful not to get the liner in the eye, as it will color the whole eye. If you do make the mistake, take a tissue and just blot it on the inside of the eyelid.)

* Eyeliner brush dipped into a deep shadow to line eyes.