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Faceon Online Magazin Yumpu - As the summer nights are drawing to a close and the days of habing a cheekly Pimm´s at lunchtime in the sun are just a distant memory. We look at what a great British summer we have had, not necexxarily for the weather, but the Olympics.


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By By By Essex Essex Essex Supermodel<br />

Supermodel<br />

Supermodel<br />

Harriadnie Beau<br />

GET THE<br />

ROCK<br />

CHICK<br />

LOOK<br />

Fresh<br />

Faces<br />

OF 2012<br />

Joey Bevan<br />


our tenth issue<br />

MARC<br />

EVANS<br />

4SOME<br />

ISSN 2042-0943<br />

Step by<br />

Step<br />

with<br />

Karla Powell<br />

GBP £3.95<br />

USD $6.50<br />

CAD $6.50<br />

AUD $6.10<br />

EURO €4.95<br />


23-24 SEPT 2012


10<br />

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54<br />

86<br />


Natasha Booth Company Director/Editor<br />

Richard Sumner Company Director<br />

Lee Compton Managing Editor<br />

Kristina Vassilieva Executive Beauty Editor<br />

Carmit Bachar Celebrity Columnist<br />

Harriadnie Beau Phipps Celebrity Columnist<br />

Joey Bevan Celebrity Columnist<br />

Christine Anne Copy Editor<br />

Eve Yasmine Beauty writer<br />

Joanna Prempeh Beauty writer<br />

Chelsea Louise Haden Web Assistant<br />

Bcreative Media <strong>Magazin</strong>e Design<br />

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Adelaide Turnbull, Alex Barykin, Alisa Fisher, Alyssa Booth,<br />

Amelia Bishop, Angela Wilsher, Anna Gardiner, Annabelle<br />

Fisher, Autumn Rose, Barry Druxman, Bibian Blue, Bobby<br />

Kelley Design, Brad Storey, Briana Brown, Bridget Thompson,<br />

Carmit Bachar, Carole Soueidan, Celina Alvarez, Charles Fox,<br />

Cheri Wilson Chagollan, Claire Fisher, Claire Harrison, Clara<br />

Buchanan, Claus Brechenmacher & Reiner Baumann Photography,<br />

Cristina Carra Caso, Dana Höhne, Danielle Gary, Danny<br />

Plume ,Darrell Thompson, Daryna Barykina, Diana Red, Dom<br />

Booth, Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli, Donmar Warehouse,<br />

Doreen Gottschalch, Eleise Lucraft, Elina Lukas, Elisa Gianna<br />

Gerlach, Ella Haberlach, Emily Mislak ,Emma Stroud, Eve<br />

Yasmine, Feda Aranki, Georgia Martin, Grace Coole Green,<br />

Graham Booth, Hanif Khan ,Harriadnie Beau Phipps, Il Enzio,<br />

Jake Rafus, Jean Booth, Jennifer Premori ,Jin Okuma, Jo<br />

Reilly, Joelianna McLane, Joey Bevan Pointed Brown Shoes<br />

,John Clarke, Jula Bubenzer, Julia Savage, Kara Synhorst,<br />

Karla Powell, Kate Welsh, Kathrin Schwitter, Katie Fisher, Kavir<br />

Model Management, Keisha Burr, Keith Clouston, Kelly Cho,<br />

Kelly Plume, Kouroush Khani, Lachish Davidson, Laura Brown,<br />

Leah Bennet, Leah Jones, Lee Heeley, Lindsey Basham, Lisa<br />

Kuwabara, Lisa VolpeLisi Lechner, Louise Constad, Lucy Price,<br />

Luke Woodford, Maddie Judge Booth, Marc Evans, Marika<br />

Page, Marta Okulicz, Martin Höhne, Mary Arabyan, Mather<br />

Louth, Matt Schofield, Melissa Beattie, Melissa Connors,<br />

Melissa Hargreaves, Melissa Reed, Miki Okumura,Mo Matoshi<br />

Email: info@faceonmagazine.co.uk Web: www.faceonmagazine.co.uk<br />

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,Molly Sheridan, Monae Everett, Nadia Lee, Naomi Mdudu,<br />

Natalie Mckee, Nicole Livaja, Paul Betts, Paul Merchant,<br />

Pauline J, Prodiga, Rich Hinton, Richard Dubois, Robyn Marie<br />

Aichinger, Rose Guillen, Rosie & Kitty,Rosie Lee, Rusell Philip<br />

Peek,Sabe, Shea, Sam Buckley, Sarah Baldwin, Sarah Louise,<br />

Sarah Marie Hilker, Sator, Yanagawa, Savita @ Joseph<br />

Koniak,Sebastian Lang, Sherman Hawthorne, Shunichi Oda,<br />

Simona Hack,S ophie Battersby, Sophie Di Martino, Sophie<br />

Haig, Stara Pezeshkian, Starla Coci, Stephan Kallaus, Steven<br />

Fendy, Suzie Turner Couture, Tara G,Theo Hackney, Thomas<br />

Knuf, Titilayo Bankole, Titilayo Bankole, Tobias Fröhner, Tony<br />

Baranzato by LideaL, Wayne Hayes, Yeri Seok, Yvonne Van<br />

Wie, Zara Argent


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54<br />

74<br />

86<br />

96<br />

102<br />


The Harriadnie Beau<br />

Phipps Diaries<br />


By Luke Woodford<br />


La Veuve Noire<br />


At Midnight<br />

CHAOS<br />

Claire Harrison<br />


Diary of a Fashion Freak<br />


by Claus Brechenmacher<br />

& Reiner Baumann<br />

THE MUSE<br />

Daryna Barykina<br />

Monica True<br />

Kinsey Elizabeth<br />

Rachelle Dalton<br />


to our 10 th edition of FACEON <strong>Magazin</strong>e<br />

As the summer nights are drawing to a close and the<br />

days of having a cheeky Pimm’s at lunchtime in the sun<br />

are just a distant memory. We look at what a great British<br />

summer we have had, not necessarily for the weather, but<br />

the Olympics. Worldwide we have united in watching the<br />

TV with clenched fists and megaphones as voices at every<br />

fall and grace. United we are, if it is only for the games!<br />

Let’s raise our last glass of summer wine to all contributors<br />

to the Olympic Games 2012.<br />

Onto the FACEON <strong>Magazin</strong>e official 10 th edition! Yes 10 th edition, what a<br />

monumental moment it is. It brings a tear to our eyes thinking of the days we<br />

were on Issue 1 & 2. The transformation is quite literally staggering but couldn’t<br />

have been achieved without the artists of the world contributing from day one.<br />

We thank you!<br />

What’s new?<br />

We certainly have had an eventful year so far! It is very much the cliché of<br />

where has this year gone?<br />

FACEON <strong>Magazin</strong>e’s very own Editor Natasha Booth was whisked away for<br />

a trip of a lifetime to Berlin courtesy of the gods of make-up Kryolan. Natasha<br />

had the honour of meeting the founders of the prestige’s brand and visiting the<br />

factory where the magic is made. It was like being given a golden ticket from<br />

‘Willy Wonka’. Please see page 111 for Natasha’s inside scoop.<br />

If you have not heard the hype yet, hold onto your make-up brushes because<br />

we have the honour of being the judges at the new ‘Art of Make-up’<br />

Competition at Olympia this year. This is a huge boost for us as a company<br />

and as individuals; Olympia Beauty has been running for many years, with<br />

a huge turnout every year. We have a stand D112 that will be promoting<br />

ourselves and Sigma Beauty. The formidable John Davis Bodyartist guru will<br />

be showing off his talents and our very own Harriadnie Beau Phipps will be<br />

joining the team. Come and see us for some great special offers.<br />

We would like to say a huge thank you to our team, family & friends who<br />

without FACEON <strong>Magazin</strong>e would just be a dream.<br />

Note from the editor.<br />

Most of you will know the formidable Richard Sumner our very own Company<br />

Director / Executive Creative Director. I want to say a personal thank you for<br />

everything you do for FACEON <strong>Magazin</strong>e and myself as my friend, you are<br />

my rock!<br />



faceonmagazine<br />

@faceon_magazine<br />



4 ISSUES FOR<br />


Marc Evans<br />

Hair & Make-up: Alberto Boggeri<br />

Assistant: Piero Pandolfino<br />

Models: Antonio Poggio, Tacyana<br />

Lopez, Eugeniya Kuzmenco, Nika<br />

Urban<br />

Styling: Fausta Viglialoro<br />

La Boutique dark corsets<br />

All dresses: Antonio Oliver<br />

Corsets: Dark Corsets<br />

Jewellery: My Sotis


DO NOT<br />


By Marc Evans<br />

The classic, vamped-up, rock chick look<br />

emerges in full force during the autumn<br />

and winter seasons.<br />

To create your perfect make-up just in time for those<br />

dark evenings ahead, we’ll show you all the tools you<br />

need!<br />

A classic Smokey eye is essential, while a red lip<br />

helps to deepen the look even further. To achieve<br />

this dramatic look, Alberto uses MAC’s Packed to Go<br />

eyeshadow palette, making full use of the six beautiful<br />

options available.<br />

To get red lips just right, try blending shades until you<br />

get that perfect colour and bold tone. Alberto chose to<br />

blend numerous reds, but also nudes, to achieve the<br />

vivid shade seen in these images.<br />

Don’t be afraid to try something new when creating<br />

your own shade! FACEON recommends MUA Makeup<br />

Academy lip liner (in Red Drama), with NYX YX Y luscious lip<br />

gloss palette. Take inspiration from everything around<br />

you.<br />

Being a rock chick is all about taking risks, and to get<br />

the look, you’ll need to do exactly that!<br />

All beauty products used in these images can be<br />

purchased at:<br />

www.nyxcosmetics.co.uk<br />

www.muastore.co.uk<br />

www.maccosmetics.co.uk<br />

NOTICE: This imagery is an Artistic impression of life in modern day ‘Rock n’ Roll’. FACEON F<br />

<strong>Magazin</strong>e does NOT condone the use of illegal substances and alcohol. Props used throughout<br />

this shoot were iced tea and flour.

NOTICE: This imagery is an Artistic impression of life in modern day ‘Rock n’ Roll’. FACEON<br />

<strong>Magazin</strong>e does NOT condone the use of illegal substances and alcohol. Props used throughout<br />

this shoot were iced tea and flour.

Presents<br />

Martin<br />

Holne<br />

An earthy, natural look is<br />

the best way to make a<br />

strong impression, while<br />

maintaining an effortless<br />

and pleasant air about you.<br />

For a natural look, perfect skin is<br />

followed closely by piercing eyes and<br />

simple lips. The key to getting these<br />

looks just right is making sure they<br />

remain natural and don’t appear to be<br />

too complex. A simple palette always<br />

works best.<br />

For the ethereal ice queen and<br />

naturally glamorous looks seen in<br />

these images, getting your skin right<br />

is essential. FACEON provides you<br />

with the tools you’ll need for make-up<br />

perfection!<br />

Martin Höhne<br />

Model: Jennifer Premori (Fotogen Modelmanagement)<br />

Hair: Thomas Knuf<br />

Make-up Artist: Dana Höhne<br />

Fashion: Bibian Blue (Barcelona)<br />

www.martinhoehne.com<br />

Ice Queen Charm<br />

The Make-up Used:<br />

Eyes - Inner corner: MAC Frozen white<br />

Pigment; Lid/crease line: MakeUp<br />

Factory (in Powdery Silver and Silver<br />

Graphite (also on the lower lid))<br />

Mascara: Essence Extreme Black<br />

Highlighter: MakeUp Factory Skin<br />

Luminizer<br />

For this intense ice queen look, always<br />

begin by preparing your eyes with a<br />

primer - Smashbox Lid Primer works well.<br />

To get that frosty appearance on the eye,<br />

choose a pale, shimmery eyeshadow and<br />

apply to the inner corner of the eye. Follow<br />

this applying a slightly darker shade and<br />

blending it up to the crease line. FACEON<br />

recommends using Make Up Factory<br />

eyeshadow in Silver Graphite and blending<br />

up to the eyebrows and along the lower lid.<br />

You’ll begin to see the look come together<br />

but to add more depth to the eye, apply<br />

mascara. For that eerie look apply<br />

camouflage foundation to the eyebrows,<br />

using powder foundation to get a lighter<br />

look. To add the finishing touches, apply<br />

a blusher - We’ve used MAC Peach Blush<br />

for a subtle glow. Highlight your nose and<br />

cheekbones, then finish with a nude shade<br />

on the lips; if in doubt opt for MAC Creme<br />


Obtaining immaculate skin<br />

The Make-up Used:<br />

Primer: Smashbox Photo Finish inish Primer<br />

Foundation: MAC Face ace and Body<br />

To To get your skin just right and looking looking<br />

immaculate, always always begin with a reliable<br />

primer. Follow ollow through by applying<br />

foundation using a Beauty Blender<br />

sponge sponge to get an even layer of coverage.<br />

If you’re concerned about about any spots or<br />

blemishes use MakeUp Factory<br />

Light<br />

Reflecting Concealer (in Luminous Beige)<br />

and apply this with a Sigma (F70) ( (F70)<br />

brush. To secure secure the the look use a powder, powder,<br />

FACEON recommends MAC Mineralize<br />

Medium Plus.<br />

Model: Samira Rodrigues<br />

Hair: Thomas Knuf<br />

Make-up Artist: Dana Höhne<br />

Fashion: Bibian Blue (Barcelona)<br />


Naturally Glamorous<br />

The Make-Up Used:<br />

Eyes - Inner corner and under<br />

the highest point of the eyebrow:<br />

MAC Honey Lust; Lid/crease line:<br />

MakeUp Factory eyeshadow in<br />

Golden Toffee and Smokey Bronze;<br />

Lower Lid: Make Up Factory<br />

eyeshadow Copper Cocoa<br />

Mascara: Essence Extreme Black<br />

Eyebrows: Kryolan Brown<br />

Eyeshadow<br />

Blush: NARS Orgasm and MakeUp<br />

Factory (in Bronze Luminizer)<br />

Highlighter: MAC Cream Color Base<br />

in Hush<br />

After preparing the eyes with a<br />

primer, continue by applying MAC<br />

Honey Lust to the inner corner of the<br />

eye and move up towards the highest<br />

point of the brow. This shade helps to<br />

bring more warmth to the look.<br />

To follow, apply MakeUp Factory<br />

eyeshadow in Golden Toffee and<br />

Smokey Bronze and blend up to<br />

the eyebrows. Go even further by<br />

applying a bolder and richer to the<br />

lower lid. Why not try applying your<br />

eyeliner with MakeUp Factory<br />

eyeshadow in Copper Cocoa and<br />

securing the look using MAC Fix Plus?<br />

To create more character apply<br />

mascara and define the eyebrows.<br />

Use NARS Orgasm blush and<br />

MakeUp Factory Bronze Luminizer<br />

to add a gentle glow. Highlight using<br />

MAC Cream Color Base (in Hush) on<br />

the cheekbones and nose.<br />

Once again a nude lip is essential to<br />

complete the look, but for that extra<br />

glamour top with a bit of golden lip<br />

gloss. To finish, add your own bling!

Hello Ladies adies<br />

Welcome to my second diary entry for this fabulous magazine <strong>Faceon</strong> and as<br />

promised in the last issue I am going to let you into some of my best kept secrets<br />

on skin, my beauty tips and how I consider my close friend international Spanish<br />

supermodel Elen Rivas to have in my option the most beautiful skin amongst the<br />

celebrity world at this time.<br />

Let me start with telling you about<br />

the past weeks of my very busy<br />

schedule since my last diary, I<br />

am so proud to announce I was<br />

appointed the new FACE of the<br />

classic car Jensen Interceptor a<br />

beautiful hand build classic car<br />

that just oozes class, and I have<br />

been photo shooting for the car<br />

company owners and spending<br />

lots of my time swotting up on its<br />

history, I was also very excited<br />

to recently Present at the East<br />

of England Show ground to<br />

showcase the coming celebrity<br />

Dancing on Ice show, I interviewed<br />

the Lovely Chico’ its Chico time’<br />

and the fabulously talented Kyran<br />

Bracken OBE and it was just<br />

TIP<br />

Presents<br />

The<br />

Harriadnie<br />

Beau Phipps<br />

Diaries<br />

such an honour, I also did a very<br />

prestigious photos shoot on board<br />

the yacht the ‘Annabel Olivia’ for<br />

Fashion Designer Toni Pickles so all<br />

in all it has been a very busy time<br />

for me,<br />

My very busy life style is the very<br />

reason it is essential for me to have<br />

clear healthy glowing skin, as I<br />

have no time for regimes and fussy<br />

routines so basically I do the very<br />

basic routine for my skin.<br />

I love water it is my best friend I<br />

drink 7 to 10 pints a day and I<br />

wash my face in cold fresh water<br />

at least three times a day, I guess I<br />

am lucky as I always have a Make<br />

Up Artist at hand to reapply my<br />

foundation and blusher haha!<br />

So here we go my secrets! every<br />

morning I wake I drink 2 pints of<br />

cold water and I shower, then I<br />

wash my face in very cold fresh<br />

water and I use Dove crème<br />

bar soap, it is so creamy and<br />

non-alkaline so it does not leave<br />

a soapy residue or make your<br />

skin feel tight. I do use a Clarins<br />

gentle day moisturiser as it is a<br />

comforting anti-pollution cream that<br />

handles sensitive skin the natural<br />

way, it Calms redness, irritations,<br />

burning and itching caused by<br />

external aggressors and internal<br />

stress so all in all it takes care of<br />

all my worries.<br />

Elen Rivas<br />

Harriadnie’s<br />

TOP<br />

Tips<br />

International Spanish Supermodel<br />

Elen Revis is a very good friend of<br />

mine and I have great admiration<br />

for her, I have many of her<br />

everyday life style traits to thank<br />

for my clear beautiful skin as she<br />

is a great role model, she does not<br />

smoke, drinks very little alcohol,<br />

Elen is also a very big herbal tea<br />

drinker and has a calmness about<br />

her that is so relaxing, she truly is<br />

a very sweet, lovely woman and<br />

it just show from within on her<br />

face and skin, so in conclusion my<br />

advise would be .....<br />



My number one tip would be to keep<br />

hydrated you should drink eight glasses of<br />

water a day.<br />

WHY? This will help to flush all of the<br />

toxins out of your skin; it also helps prevent<br />

dehydration.<br />

TIP<br />

There are different stages of sleep during the<br />

night, therefore you need to get the full 7-8<br />

hours that your body needs.<br />

WHY? This amount of sleep allows your<br />

cells to renew and repair themselves, it also<br />

relaxes the facial muscles.<br />

Laura Fraylich<br />

TIP<br />



A daily routine is essential to keep the skin<br />

looking fresh and prepared for the day<br />


Why Cleanse?<br />

Why Tone?<br />

Why Exfoliate?<br />

A good exfoliator once a week will open your<br />

pores, use with warm water and then splash with<br />

cold water to close the pores. The will make your<br />

skin feel soft and produce the oil needed to keep<br />

your face looking young and dewey!.<br />

Affordable Have<br />

Clarins Gentle Refiner<br />

Exfoliating Cream<br />

with Micro beads<br />

Affordable Have<br />

Clarins One-Step<br />

Gentle Exfoliating<br />

Cleanser “All Skin<br />

Types”<br />

Toning will remove any dirt, makeup or cleanser that may remain<br />

after cleansing. It also helps to keep your skin to become clear<br />

and firm by leaving you with a layer of new healthy skin cells.<br />

Affordable Have<br />

Toning Lotion With<br />

Iris “Combination/<br />

Oily Skin”<br />

Why Moisturise?<br />

Extravagant Must<br />

La Prairie Cellular<br />

Microdermabrasion<br />

Cream<br />

A good cleansing routine is essential for removing makeup and<br />

dirt, which can block your pores and can lead to an outbreak<br />

in spots. However I also believe cleansing too frequently can<br />

strip the skin of its natural oils, which will make those with dry<br />

skin have even drier skin. It will also make those with oily skin<br />

have even oilier skin, as the glands will become more active to<br />

replace it.<br />

You should avoid sleeping in your make up at all costs,<br />

(we all have at one time or another!) Always remove eye<br />

make-up, the underneath of our eyes are extremely sensitive<br />

therefore a cleansing lotion should be used, the coal from<br />

the mascara can be very harsh and stain, so always<br />

remove!<br />

Extravagant Must<br />

Crème de la Mer<br />

The Cleansing Lotion<br />

Extravagant Must<br />

Crème de la Mer<br />

The Radiant Infusion<br />

“Dry/Normal Skin”<br />

Exposed to different types of weather skin can lose its natural<br />

moisture, and you can be left with dry skin. This is also one of<br />

the main cause of wrinkles. Moisturizing replenishes the skins<br />

natural moisture which help can prevent dry skin and wrinkles.<br />

Affordable Have<br />

Clarins Daily<br />

Energizer Cream<br />

Extravagant Must<br />

Crème de la Mer<br />

Moisturising Cream<br />


TIP – STRESS: Try to avoid stress<br />

food you put into your body can as much as possible. Meditation,<br />

cause your skin problems, it is massage, fitness and exercise,<br />

important to eat foods that are rich physical activity in general will<br />

in phyto-nutrients, anti-oxidants help you relax, feel better and look<br />

and hyaluronic acid, they act as better.<br />

a barrier for your skin helping it<br />

maintain collagen levels.<br />

Why? Excessive stress can<br />

accelerate the normal aging<br />

WHY? To help you avoid<br />

process, casing wrinkles and<br />

blackheads and unwanted<br />

making you look tired.<br />

pimples!<br />

TIP<br />

TIP – SMILE: Often and regularly.<br />

Frown lines have a much bigger<br />

impact than laugh lines in the<br />

perception of age. Fabulous skin is<br />

even more wonderful when it is lit<br />

from within and on a happy face.<br />


Exercise can be a very daunting<br />

thing for some people however the<br />

benefits are so good we just need<br />

a little motivation! Anything over<br />

20 minutes 3 times a week is said<br />

to be beneficial, for the skin and<br />

just for toning!<br />

WHY? Not only is it great for<br />

your figure, your heart and your<br />

mentality but it also increases your<br />

blood circulation allowing more<br />

blood to reach your skin cells<br />

faster and more efficiently! Giving<br />

you that glow in your face!<br />

TIP TIP – WEATHER: Protection from<br />

the Sun, wind and extreme tem<br />

perature is extremely important for<br />

your skin, when maintaining a soft<br />

healthy look.<br />

WHY? Weather can cause<br />

your skin to burn, chafe and dry<br />

your skin. The sun is responsible<br />

for roughly 80 percent of the<br />

premature skin aging and may<br />

cause loss of elasticity, increase<br />

dryness, as well as causing deep<br />

wrinkling.<br />


AND DRINKING: Minimizing or<br />

eliminating smoking and alcohol<br />

consumption has an incredibly<br />

positive impact on the skin. Not<br />

only are fewer carcinogens being<br />

introduced but you<br />

WHY? Smoking has been known<br />

to cause discoloration within the<br />

face, aging the face and drying<br />

out the skin, heavy smoking also<br />

accelerates wrinkles causing<br />

premature skin aging it also<br />

decreases blood supply to the skin<br />

and deprives it of the oxygen it<br />

needs.<br />

WHY? Alcohol does not cause<br />

skin to wrinkle. Instead, it affects<br />

the health of the blood vessels,<br />

causing them to dilate, induce a<br />

flushed appearance and eventually<br />

causing capillaries to break. The<br />

face can become very bloated. A<br />

drink once in a while will have an<br />

minimal effect however drinking<br />

excessively or on a regular basis<br />

can cause premature skin aging, in<br />

addition to other health problems.<br />

WHY? Smiling will tighten the<br />

face muscles giving a toned look<br />

to the face, it also prevents frown<br />

lines.<br />

TIP<br />


Green Tea<br />

USED BY - Jenifer Lopez and<br />

Gwyneth Paltrow<br />

Green tea contains a lot of<br />

antioxidants and can even be used<br />

to treat acne. Its one of the most<br />

natural ways to help your skin<br />

appear brighter and flawless.<br />

Once you have used the tea bag,<br />

dip in warm water and wipe over<br />

face, all of the natural herbs will<br />

leave your skin feeling fresh, after<br />

using twice a week for 2 weeks<br />

you will see a natural glow!<br />

Peppermint tea<br />

USE BY - Victoria Beckham<br />

Relieves the symptoms of bloating.<br />

Chamomile tea<br />

USE BY - Alanis Morissette and<br />

Jessica Alba<br />

Helpful for insomnia and also<br />

reducing stress levels.<br />

Rooibos tea<br />

USED BY - Supermodel Cindy<br />

Crawford, Sir Anthony Hopkins,<br />

Catherine Zeta Jones, Michael<br />

Douglas, Angelina Jolie and singer<br />

James Morrison.<br />

High in vitamin C as well as other<br />

minerals. It has also been shown to<br />

help with common skin concerns,<br />

such as eczema.

Presents<br />

Autumn Essentials!<br />

F&F Limited Edition<br />

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Broken<br />

Wings<br />

part of the ‘Abandoned Fashion Series’ by<br />


Welcome to the wonderful<br />

world of Master<br />

Photographer, Luke<br />

Woodford. Head Makeup<br />

Artist, Eleise Lucraft<br />

guides as through the<br />

make-up process for their<br />

latest breath-taking set.<br />

“This look was created with a thick<br />

matte base and was achieved by<br />

smoothing MAC Pro Longwear<br />

Foundation with my fingers for a<br />

thicker application. For a flawless<br />

finish, I completed the look by<br />

buffing the skin using a MAC 187<br />

duel fibre stippling brush.<br />

Afterwards, I applied MAC Studio<br />

Sculpt Concealer under the eyes<br />

and around the base of the nose<br />

using a MAC No.7 tapered<br />

concealer brush to even out redness<br />

and dark circles.<br />

Concealer was then applied in<br />

upward strokes against the grain<br />

of the brows to lighten them,<br />

giving a thicker and feathery look.<br />

Following on, the face was set<br />

with Cover FX setting powder for<br />

a translucent finish and a slight<br />

pale glow using the Large Clinique<br />

powder brush.<br />

Next, I focused on sharpening and<br />

shaping the model’s face and bone<br />

structure. I used a mix of MAC Pro<br />

Longwear eyeshadow (in Sweet<br />

Satisfaction, Lie Low and Legendary<br />

Black). This was lightly applied on<br />

the temple and chin bone area with<br />

a MAC 168 contouring brush which<br />

was built up to a heavy application<br />

under the cheek bone.<br />

To each side of the nose and across<br />

the eye socket I also applied the<br />

same using a MAC 214 Short<br />

shader and 213 Fluff brush. Later, I<br />

applied highlighter to the centre of<br />

the nose and additionally above the<br />

cheekbones and temple area using<br />

a mix of cream, bronze and gold<br />

shadows in the Make Up Forever<br />

heaven and earth palette.<br />

Aside from the socket contour, the<br />

model’s eyes remained nude and<br />

were widened by finishing with<br />

High Lengths mascara by Clinique<br />

(in Black).<br />

The main focus for this look was the<br />

lips so that they contrasted against<br />

the light surroundings of the skin,<br />

hair and dress. For the eyes, a<br />

sharp line was created using an<br />

Estee Lauder Double Wear Zero<br />

Smudge Eyeliner (in Black) and was<br />

filled using Bobbi Brown Long Wear<br />

Gel Liner (in Black) using a MAC<br />

316 lip brush.<br />

To finalise the look, the same mix of<br />

cream, bronze and gold shadows<br />

in the Make Up Forever heaven and<br />

earth palette were dabbed onto the<br />

lips with my finger in the centre to<br />

create the almost 3D look.”

Luke Woodford<br />

Dress: Suzie Turner Couture<br />

Model: Nadia Lee<br />

Hair and Make-up Artist: Eleise Lucraft

Sebastian Lang<br />


Edgy bohemian make-up<br />

is the go-to look for this<br />

autumn season, giving<br />

you a dangerous allure<br />

that grabs the attention<br />

of all.<br />

Tousled, teased hair; luscious lips;<br />

deep, dark eyes and distinguished<br />

eyebrows ring out loud and clear.<br />

This look screams for drama. As<br />

a more intricate look to go for,<br />

FACEON provides you with the<br />

essentials needed to execute this<br />

look in the best fashion.<br />


Sebastian Lang<br />

Styling: Elisa Gianna Gerlach<br />

Model: Kate Welsh / Major Models<br />

Hair & Make-up: Rada Jurkovic<br />

The Make-Up Used:<br />

Make-up Credits:<br />

Make-up: Armani Luminous Silk foundation Nr. 5<br />

Blush: MAC Spaced out Shimmer blush<br />

Mascara: MAC Haute & Naughty Lash<br />

Eye-Liner: Maestro eye Liner 1<br />

Eye Shadow: MAC Pigment Dark Soul<br />

Eye contour Pencil: Babor Black 03<br />

Lips: MAC Lipglass Dainty, MAC Lipstick Kinda Sexy<br />

Hair: Aveda Enhancing Lotion, Schwarzkopf Strand Matt-Paste<br />

Hairspray: Schwarzkopf Powerful Age<br />

For true vixen eyes, use a smoky eyeshadow and blend from the<br />

inner eye out to the crease of the eye lid. To make the eyes more<br />

impressive consider investing in an eye contour pencil. To achieve<br />

the look in this image we went with a Babor contour pencil (in<br />

Black 03). Strengthen the look by applying a generous amount of<br />

mascara and eyeliner.<br />

For a matte lip with a lovely sheen try combining MAC Kinda Sexy<br />

Lipstick with MAC Lipglass in Dainty.<br />

Wild and bedraggled hair is the perfect hairstyle to accompany<br />

this look. Think ‘Amazonian princess’ and add a few braids here<br />

and there to create texture and add volume. Feel free to crimp parts<br />

of your hair as well! To finish use Schwarzkopf Powerful Age<br />

Hairspray to secure and you’re good to go!

Presents<br />

Richard Davis<br />

Photographer<br />

The sports-luxe trend is going strong<br />

with Marc Jacobs and Alexander<br />

Wang leading the way this year.<br />

The key to nailing this look is to have bold and showstopping<br />

make-up that allows you to stand out from the<br />

crowd, - yet making sure it remains comfortable and<br />

convenient.<br />

In this image, Briana Brown combines a bright red<br />

lip, with porcelain skin and a rosy glow – a look that’s<br />

simple and attainable in a few easy steps.<br />

The Make-Up used:<br />

Foundation: L’Oreal True Blend<br />

Powder: MAC Mineral Powder<br />

Lips: Tempest Lip Gel; Liner: Candy Red (#1)<br />

Eyes: Loose Eye Shadow in Radiant Bronze; Eye Liner:<br />

Bobbi Brown in Espresso<br />

Blush: Brown Sugar Face<br />

To achieve this look Briana uses L’Oreal True Blend<br />

as it automatically adjusts to the texture of the skin,<br />

creating a flawless finish which is rarely achieved<br />

with other products. This foundation is Oil-free and<br />

comedogenic, so it is perfect for sensitive and more<br />

complicated skin types. Finish by applying a mineral<br />

face powder and make your look bolder by applying<br />

blusher.<br />

For the eyes, blend a bronze loose eye shadow onto<br />

the eye lid, and follow with dark brown eyeliner –<br />

Bobbi Brown eyeliner in espresso is a perfect option.<br />

This award-winning liner has the feel of a gel formula<br />

while giving that liquid liner look. Long-wearing, waterresistant<br />

colour glides on and lets you get it just right<br />

before it dries - then stays without a smear or crease.<br />

The lips are the final part to this look. Achieve that bold<br />

daredevil red by lining your lips with Candy Red (#1)<br />

and applying Tempest lip gel. This gel differs from<br />

others as its super shiny, non-sticky, wine-coloured lip<br />

gel which provides a lasting burst of sheer colour that<br />

stays wet for hours and hours. The convenient tube with<br />

applicator saves your fingers from any mess too!<br />

Richard Davis<br />

Make-up & Hair Briana Brown for Brown Candy<br />

Stylist Theo Hackney for Style Syndicate NYC<br />

Model Diana Red Model Management<br />

Hats Strumpet<br />

Clothing credits<br />

Wet Suit: Aero skin<br />

Leather Moto Jacket: Teknic<br />

Moto Boots: AlpineStars<br />

Gloves: Icon<br />

Websites<br />

www.aeroskindivestore.com<br />

www.teknicgear.com<br />

www.alpinestars.com<br />

www.rideicon.com<br />

www.bobbibrown.co.uk<br />

www.cosmeticcosmos.com<br />

www.maccosmetics.co.uk<br />


Richard Davis


M ARC E VANS<br />

LA VEUVE<br />

NOIRE<br />

Photographer: Marc Evans<br />

Model: Madalene Major, Luana Major, Jo<br />

Flash<br />

Hair and Make-up: Dafne<br />

Assistant: Pirero<br />

Clothes: Armani, D&G,<br />

Max Mara and La Perla


Tony Baranzato by LideaL<br />

Model: Simona Hack<br />

Styling: Mo Matoshi<br />

Make-up: Tony Baranzato<br />

Make up Assistance: Nicole Livaja<br />

F A C E O N<br />

P R E S E N T S<br />



The term undressed refers to an unusual wedding, which through styling and make-up draws on minimalist features and the spirit of super<br />

saturation. The beauty of bold, bright and distinct colours makes these images both majestic and sublime. It is important that is you want to have<br />

bright and flawless skin, as seen here, stick with mineral-based products that help to provide a natural and regal appearance.







Eyeshadow: BOBBI BROWN,<br />

Blush, Color: Peony (pink)<br />

Mascara: BOBBI BROWN, Lash<br />

Glamour Lengthening Mascara<br />

Extreme, Color: Black (Deep Black)<br />

Eyebrows: ELIZABETH ARDEN,<br />

Christal Clear Gloss<br />

Lips: BOBBI BROWN Creamy Color<br />

for Lips & Cheeks, Color: Honeyed Tea






Eyeshadow: MAC pigment colors:<br />

Golden Lemon (gold) & Corn Flower<br />

(dark blue)<br />

Mascara: BOBBI BROWN, Lash<br />

Glamour Lengthening Mascara<br />

Extreme, Color: Black (Deep Black)<br />

EyebrowS: ELIZABETH ARDEN,<br />

Christal Clear Gloss<br />

Lips: no color, Clinique, Airbrush<br />

Concealer, transparent for all skin<br />

types, color: Fair, lip gloss





SHOES: YSL<br />


Eyeshadow: BOBBI BROWN, Metallic<br />

Eye Shadow colors: Bash 5 (green) and<br />

Heather Mauve (Bronze)<br />

Mascara: BOBBI BROWN, Lash Glamour<br />

Lengthening Mascara Extreme, Color:<br />

Black (Deep Black) Eyebrows: ELIZABETH<br />

ARDEN, Christal Clear Gloss<br />

Cheeks: BOBBI BROWN, Sheer Color<br />

Cheek Tint, Color: Sheer Lilac 5 (rose)<br />

Lips: BOBBI BROWN Shimmer Lip Gloss,<br />

Color: Pink Sugar 9 (rose)

Claire Harrison<br />

Concept & Styling: Adelaide Turnbull<br />

Make-up: Doreen Gottscalch<br />

Hair: Savita @ Joseph Koniak<br />

Photography Assistant: Sophie Di Martino<br />

Models: Millie & Ray @ Select Model Management<br />

Pom Poms: The Pom Pom Factory<br />

SPECIAL THANKS to Donmar Warehouse<br />

www.claireharrisonphotography.com<br />

www.adelaideturnbull.com<br />

www.pompomfactory.com<br />


POM POMS<br />


POM POMS<br />


The<br />

Masquerade<br />


Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli<br />

Photographer Assistant: Kara Synhorst<br />

Make-up Artists: Danielle Gary, Feda Aranki,<br />

Mary Arabyan, Starla Cocio<br />

Hair: Sabel Shea, Lindsey Basham, Rose Guillen<br />

Creative Director: Jake Rafus<br />

All Models: Kavir Model Management, Brianna<br />

Belong, Brooklyn Guillen, Briana Robertson. John<br />

Tacheny. Kenny Sale, Bri Anna Dedura, Jake<br />

Rafus, Brooks Hansen

“When Jake Rafus, from Kavir<br />

Model Management, asked us<br />

to help create hair and make-up<br />

art, it felt as if we’d won a golden<br />

ticket.<br />

Having the Creative Director tell us “The theme<br />

is nightmares, dreams and dark royalty, be<br />

creative and do what you want...” it literally felt<br />

like being a child in a candy store - a MUA or<br />

Hair Artist’s most coveted job.<br />

With an open invitation to create and express<br />

ourselves freely, this was not something we<br />

were going to turn down. When artists are<br />

given the chance to produce art freely, with<br />

little oversight, the result is almost certainly of<br />

a better quality. The intensity involved and the<br />

room to breathe allows an artist to function<br />

at much more than 100%. Once we are<br />

unleashed is when we are able to take a job to<br />

that next level. Our work truly becomes art. It<br />

becomes unexpected, and at times a pleasant<br />

and personal surprise.<br />

On this particular project, the artists were all<br />

on the same page. This meant that although<br />

we rarely spoke, we would become inspired<br />

by one another and as the day progressed our<br />

creativity continued to grow. With a unique<br />

synergy within the room we knew exactly what<br />

needed to be done. To begin, our themes were<br />

dark but by the end, the beauty shone through.<br />

Any good artist should be able to see the<br />

beauty that comes from pain and be capable<br />

of translating that onto a face. This photo shoot<br />

was about letting our creative juices flow and<br />

really feeling our work, rather than general<br />

product or placement.<br />

We drew the beauty from darkness using dark<br />

colours around the eyes and contouring the<br />

face. Each artist had a favourite product they<br />

used on set - for one it was a camouflage<br />

pallet from BH Cosmetics (which takes care<br />

of blending for all ethnic tones); another used<br />

a flash pallet from Makeup Forever that<br />

helped to create a very pale face. One other<br />

artist used body paint, which helped her create<br />

blending and swirling patterns on every eye<br />

she worked on.<br />

When you’re fuelled by imagination, creativity<br />

and passion, anything is possible and amazing<br />

results can be achieved, as we realised<br />

ourselves. If you can see it, or think it, you can<br />

do it!”<br />

Danielle Gary – Head Make-up Artist


Luke Woodford<br />

Designer: Prodiga<br />

Hair and Make-up: Rosie Lee<br />

Model: Georgia Martin

FACEON<br />


Kourosh<br />

Khani<br />

Kourosh Khani has all the<br />

ingredients of a pure racing<br />

driver, determination, dedication,<br />

unflappable, self belief and<br />

commitment, necessary to pursue<br />

his dream of becoming a Formula<br />

1 star.<br />

And now, in 2012, Khani is taking his next<br />

major step with a seat in the FIA Formula Two<br />

Championship. Competing on an international<br />

stage in front of large TV audiences around the<br />

world, he will be going up against some of the<br />

strongest and most talented international racing<br />

drivers.<br />

Khani knows that to be the best you must beat the<br />

best. FACEON magazine’s very own, Natasha<br />

Booth, gets to know the star of the track a little<br />


What is your day to day<br />

eating regime?<br />

I always follow a strict diet - lots of<br />

protein and vegetables (mostly fish)<br />

and minimal amounts of sugar. I<br />

tend to stick to natural sugars such<br />

as fruits and dates. A week before<br />

a race I tend to eat more carbs for<br />

more energy and the best part is<br />

the cheating day where I get to eat<br />

anything I want one day every 10<br />

days. I treat myself to something<br />

nice and unhealthy after a race<br />

weekend!<br />

You must follow a strict<br />

fitness regime, what is a<br />

normal workout for you?<br />

Being extremely fit is one of the<br />

most important factors of racing<br />

as it is a very physical sport,<br />

despite what most people think.<br />

I participate in most of the sports<br />

available and I find racing the most<br />

physical. Racing requires a lot of<br />

strength, endurance and stamina,<br />

plus you use a lot of mental power<br />

at the same time. The driver is under<br />

constant pressure with the G-force<br />

and needing constant concentration<br />

when driving round the track. I<br />

do lots of running, cycling and<br />

swimming (Triathlon style training)<br />

most of the time and also once a<br />

week I do heavy weight training<br />

and strength and circuit training as<br />

well. I train 6 times a week, mostly<br />

twice a day.<br />

How do you relax?<br />

I love music and I play the guitar<br />

and which is a very good way<br />

to relax. I also do MMA ( Mixed<br />

Martial Arts) and lots of Muai Thai<br />

and I do feel relaxed after having<br />

done the hardcore training twice a<br />

week. Plus, swimming makes you<br />

relaxed as well...and the Spa and<br />

a massage.<br />

Do you have regular beauty<br />

treatments?<br />

I have a long massage once a week<br />

and it’s a sports massage, then a<br />

relaxing and less painful massage.<br />

I respect myself and my body a lot<br />

and take very good care of myself.<br />

Do you ever just say, I am<br />

going to the pub!?<br />

Once or twice a month I tend to<br />

meet up with friends in a bar or<br />

a pub but I keep away from the<br />

calories and stick to H 2 O. I’m not<br />

a boring person at all but when<br />

you do sports professionally at<br />

a high level you need to be very<br />

determined and be ready to make<br />

sacrifices.<br />

What is your ideal date?<br />

My ideal date would be someone<br />

with determination and who<br />

understands and appreciates hard<br />

work. Someone who knows what<br />

she wants and with a positive<br />

mentality. Then we would be on<br />

the same page, but at the moment<br />

I’m too busy with lots of racing<br />

and training, and dating is not a<br />

priority.<br />

Where can we see you race<br />

next?<br />

My next FIA Formula 2 race<br />

will be in Budapest, Hungary at<br />

Hungaroring Circuit on the 7-9th of<br />

September.<br />

Where do you see yourself in<br />

5 years’ time?<br />

In 5 years’ time I see myself as a<br />

Formula1 World Champion. That’s<br />

what I am working for and towards<br />

and I believe I can do it and that’s<br />

what counts.



DUBOIS<br />

Richard Dubois’s all-time favourite image!<br />

Wardrobe Styling: Luis Rajiv, with<br />

designs by Brandon Dwyer<br />

Make-up: Kristie Stoodley<br />

Hair: Brian Maristela<br />

Model: Andi Muise<br />

(Premiere London, Marilyn NY)<br />

1. What propelled you towards photography?<br />

I fell into photography a bit by chance while studying theatre at university,<br />

when my mother gave me her old Canon camera. It started with shooting<br />

publicity stills for plays and headshots for actors, and after discovering beauty<br />

and fashion I would solicit the help of any willing friend to be my model for<br />

the day. It’s been all beauty and fashion ever since.<br />

2. What did you want to be as a young lad?<br />

I don’t think I ever aspired to be any one thing when I was young, I just tried<br />

out a bit of everything to find out what I actually did like " the only certainty<br />

was that I would do something visual and creative. I’ll probably never go<br />

through a mid-career crisis because I love what I do, and I can easily compare<br />

to careers I would not enjoy at all.<br />

3. What camera would you recommend for beginners?<br />

There are so many great DSLR choices for young photographers, so I would<br />

simply suggest finding a new or used camera that fits your budget. More<br />

importantly, learn the fundamentals: lenses, exposure, depth-of-field, reading<br />

a histogram, white balance, RAW conversion. You don’t need an expensive<br />

professional camera to take great pictures, but you need to know how to use<br />

it properly.<br />

4. What advise would you give to make-up artists just starting<br />

out in regards to what a photographer is looking for ?<br />

Almost every great artist I’ve ever worked with spent some time in their early<br />

years assisting more established artists. It’s a great way to learn not only<br />

makeup and hair techniques, but also how the workflow at a shoot works.<br />

There is simply no substitute for real-world, hands-on experience.<br />

5. As a young photographer where on earth do you start?<br />

This is actually a question I’m asked all the time, and the simple answer it to<br />

just go out and shoot, no matter what it is. Take pictures of your friends, your<br />

pets, sunsets, it doesn’t matter " just get over that creative inertia, and figure<br />

out how much you like photography. You’ll either not like it that much, like<br />

it as a hobby, or like it enough to make a career of it. Only time and lots of<br />

shooting will answer that question.<br />

6. Is there any subject/person you have not shot that you really<br />

want?<br />

I’m currently working on a gallery project with some fashion industry<br />

colleagues that I’m really enjoying, and it’s giving me countless new ideas for<br />

things I’d like to shoot. The project is loosely based on fashion and beauty,<br />

with a great deal of storytelling, much like shooting a fashion editorial except<br />

that we are free to do whatever we want; no one runs the show exclusively,<br />

so we all take our turns trying out new ideas. I’d like to keep shooting this for<br />

years to come; it’s very liberating.<br />

7. From all your work why have you chosen this image as your<br />

all time favourite?<br />

I should qualify my selection of this image: It is my current, all-time favourite.<br />

I’ll probably have a new all-time favourite in the next few weeks or months,<br />

but for now this image embodies much of what I love about photography,<br />

clean aesthetics and simple beauty, with a hint of narrative about the subject.<br />

This image feels just how I and the rest of the team meant for it to feel as we<br />

were shooting it. That kind of synergy is one of the things I love most about<br />

photography.<br />

8. When looking for models what are you looking for?<br />

I’m not always involved with model casting, but when I am the most important<br />

thing is that the model match the concept perfectly. There are some incredibly<br />

beautiful models out there who are perfect for edgy fashion, but who would<br />

be disastrous for clean, pretty beauty. No matter the shooting project, all of<br />

the elements need to work together as well as possible, starting with the right<br />



Wardrobe Styling: Joelle Litt (Judy Inc.)<br />

Make-up and Hair: Sabrina Rinaldi (Judy Inc.)<br />

Model: Ada (Sutherland - Toronto, IMG - New York)


Wardrobe Styling: Juliana Schiavinatto (Page One Management)<br />

Makeup and Hair: Greg Wencel (Page One Management)<br />

Model: Laura (Sutherland/Chantale Nadeau)

Wardrobe Styling: Joelle Litt (Judy Inc.)<br />

Make-up and Hair: Blair Petty (Judy Inc.)<br />

Model: Heidi (Sutherland)


Hair: Marjorie Clarke<br />

Make-up and Art Direction: Giancarlo Intini<br />

Wardrobe Styling: Kelly Henderson<br />

Models: Ada, Vlada, Courtney

Wardrobe Styling: Joelle Litt (Judy Inc.)<br />

Make-up and Hair: Ivy Lam<br />

Model: Santa (FM London/Chantale Nadeau)

Keith Clouston<br />

Creative Editor: Naomi Mdudu<br />

Make-up &hair: Leah Bennett<br />

Model: Sarah Louise from Models 1<br />

www.maccosmectics.co.uk<br />



On the tip of my<br />


TOP 3<br />

LIP CARE<br />

Burt’s Bees<br />

Dove<br />

Ultra Conditioning Lip Balm with Kokum<br />

Butter- www.burtsbees.co.uk<br />

Benefit<br />

Shimmer Lip Balm www.dove.co.uk<br />

Benetint SPF 15 Lip Balm www.<br />

benefitcosmetics.co.uk<br />

Pucker up with these basic<br />

tips to keep your lips in tip<br />

top condition this autumn…<br />

1 Stop smoking. Besides the awful<br />

consequence it has on your beautiful<br />

skin, teeth and health, smoking has<br />

a bad effect on the lips making them<br />

black, chapped and wrinkled.<br />

2 Stop biting. The most common<br />

reason of cracked lips can be through<br />

the habit of licking and biting of the lips.<br />

Use a balm, gloss or oil and your lips<br />

can be supple and flexible.<br />

3 Discover natural oils. Try honey,<br />

coconut oil or almond oil applied to<br />

your cracked lips on a daily basis, it<br />

really does wonders!<br />

4 Exfoliate. Gently brush your lips with<br />

a soft toothbrush to remove dead skin,<br />

then apply a balm.

F A C E O N P R E S E N T S<br />

M E T A M O R P H O S I S<br />

Metamorphosis; A transformation, a marked change in appearance, character,<br />

condition, or function. This has been interpreted into a sensational editorial by Claus<br />

Brechenmacher & Reiner Baumann Photography.<br />

Claus Brechenmacher<br />

Reiner Baumann<br />

Styling: Stephan Kallaus<br />

Hair & Make-up: Lisi Lechner using Chanel<br />

Model: Pauline J<br />

Jacket: We:are by Regina Volgger<br />

www.breba2.de<br />

www.fame-agency.com<br />

www.stephankallaus.com<br />

www.modelwerk.de<br />


Dress: Unpomela<br />

Top: Schaaf<br />

Leggings: Topshop<br />

Vest: Schaaf<br />

Leggings: Pierre Balmain<br />

Overknees: Yesterday

Belt worn as collar: Irene Luft<br />

Suspenders: Diesel<br />

Gloves: Moschino<br />

Hooded dress:<br />

Ana Alcazar

Jacket: We:are by Regina Volgger<br />

Shirt: D&G<br />

Leggings: Pierre Balmain<br />

Boots: Ingelmo

Daryna<br />

Barykina<br />


On Julia (in the middle)<br />

Dress: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Jessica Simpson<br />

Accessories: bracelet(3) Model’s own,<br />

necklace: Model’s own, ring: Model’s own<br />

Earrings: Model’s own<br />

On Bobby Kelley(in the middle)<br />

Shirt: Designers own<br />

Pants: Designers own<br />

Shoes: Designers own<br />

Daryna Barykina<br />

Lightning Director: Il Enzio<br />

Models: Julia Savage, Melissa Connors,<br />

Joelianna McLane<br />

Make-up Artist: Lachish Davidson<br />

Hairstylist: Leah Jones<br />

Designer: Bobby Kelley Design<br />

Fashion stylist: Yvonne Van Wie<br />

Stylist Assistant: Keisha Burr<br />

Photography Assistants: Lisa Volpe,<br />

Kelly Cho, Alex Barykin

On Melissa (to the right)<br />

Dress: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Model’s own<br />

Accessories: necklace-<br />

Model’s own<br />

On Joelianna (to the left)<br />

Dress: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Jessica Simpson<br />

Accessories: belt Bobby K<br />

Design, earrings-<br />

Model’s own<br />

On Melissa (to the left)<br />

Shirt: Bobby K Design<br />

Skirt: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Model’s own<br />

Belt: Bobby K Design<br />

Accessories: Cuff-Model’s own<br />

On Joelianna (to the right)<br />

Dress: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Jessica Simpson<br />

Accessories: earrings- Model’s own<br />

Ring: Model’s own<br />

On Melissa (to the right)<br />

Jacket: Bobby K Design<br />

Skirt: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Gianni Bini<br />

Accessories: ring (2)- House of Harlow<br />

Necklace: Model’s own<br />

On Joelianna (to the left)<br />

Body suit: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Jessica Simpson<br />

Accessories: Bracelet (necklace)-Phylicia<br />

Fotiadis<br />

Earrings: Model’s own<br />

On Melissa (to the left)<br />

Body suit: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Model’s own<br />

Accessories: earrings- Model’s own<br />

On Joelianna (to the right)<br />

Shirt: Bobby K Design<br />

Pant: Bobby K Design<br />

Shoes: Gianni Bini<br />

Accessories: snakeskin cuff-Jessica<br />

Simpson<br />

Earrings: Charlotte Russe

Lips: M.A.C Lipstick ‘Redd’<br />

Eyes: Bobbi Brown Cream Base ‘Sandy<br />

Gold’<br />

M.A.C Eyeshadow ‘Nylon Frost’<br />

Brows: Kryolan Grease Palette (White)<br />

over natural brow<br />

Kryolan Grease Palette (Grey)<br />

Lady Of<br />

The Manor<br />

“The concept was based on the ethereal<br />

apparition of the “Lady Of The Manor”.<br />

A ghostly presence condemned to walk the halls of her country<br />

mansion. Stolen from the world at an early age, her youth and<br />

beauty eternal - Graceful, elegant, forever young.”<br />

Cristina Carra Caso<br />

Photographer’s Assistant: Matt Schofield<br />

Model: Melissa Beattie (of Superior Model Management)<br />

Make-up Artist and Hair Stylist: Molly Jane Sheridan<br />

Stylist: Lucy Price<br />


Base: Kryolan Grease Palette (White)<br />

Illamasqua ‘Clown White’<br />

Make Translucent Powder<br />

Cheeks: M.A.C ‘Blushbaby’<br />

Contouring: M.A.C Matte Bronzing Powder<br />

Lips: M.A.C Lipstick ‘Snob’<br />

M.A.C Lipstick ‘Chatterbox’<br />

M.A.C ‘Nylon Frost’ in centre<br />

Eyes: Screenface Basics Palette ‘Honey Brown’<br />

M.A.C Blusher ‘Blushbaby’<br />

Nails: Primark<br />

Hair: Curled and then brushed out.

Buxton<br />


Gothic<br />

John Clarke<br />

Model: Laura Brown<br />

Make-up and hair: Sophie Battersby<br />

Dress: Baylis and knight<br />



Get ready for the UK’s number one beauty event - Olympia<br />

Beauty is coming! Held in the Grand Hall, Olympia, London<br />

on Sunday 23 rd September and Monday 24 th September<br />

2012, this spectacular two-day event is the premier<br />

destination for beauty professionals.<br />

With an incredible line-up of over<br />

400 world-class brands exhibiting<br />

at the two-day exhibition, Olympia<br />

Beauty will showcase all the very<br />

latest beauty products, treatments<br />

and services. Bringing together<br />

industry experts, educational leaders,<br />

business advisors, award-winning<br />

salons, manufacturers and suppliers,<br />

the event will bring you the very<br />

latest innovations in the beauty<br />

world. All this, plus eye-opening<br />

seminars, product giveaways and<br />

exciting competitions make Olympia<br />

Beauty the number one beauty event<br />

of the year. FACEON will be there<br />

of course, so come and visit us at<br />

Olympia Beauty - the event is a must<br />

for all your professional needs!<br />

If you’re looking to expand your<br />

existing beauty skills or want a<br />

completely new and exciting career,<br />

talk through your options with one<br />

of the many renowned leaders in<br />

education who will be at Olympia<br />

Beauty to answer all your questions.<br />

Talk to a representative from the<br />

Nouveau Beauty Group - enrolling at<br />

a highly esteemed Nouveau Beauty<br />

Group Academy will equip you with<br />

all the skills and knowledge you need<br />

to get ahead in the beauty industry.<br />

They are one of the UK’s leading<br />

providers of beauty industry education<br />

and they strive to continually develop<br />

the best training, products and<br />

treatments. Their training schools are<br />

located nationwide and they are<br />

determined to offer careers, not just<br />

courses. Visit them at Olympia Beauty<br />

to discuss how they can help you<br />

achieve your goals.<br />

THE ART OF<br />

MAKE-UP<br />

Make sure you check out the exciting<br />

educational seminars at Olympia<br />

Beauty. Over forty globally renowned<br />

speakers will be there to provide<br />

expert advice covering a wide<br />

range of topics and all seminars<br />

are absolutely free. This year the<br />

programme includes an interactive<br />

seminar on temporary Manai body<br />

art. Ideal for beauty professionals<br />

looking to offer something new to<br />

their clients, this seminar will examine<br />

the origins of this unique art form<br />

and explore its rise in popularity<br />

in modern mainstream European<br />

culture. From henna and ink, to<br />

glitter and stencils, the seminar will<br />

include live demonstrations. Audience<br />

participation will be a key feature of<br />

this seminar so make sure you check<br />

it out - you could walk away with your<br />

very own unique piece of artwork!<br />

The seminar programme also includes<br />

talks from top business advisors such<br />

as Lopo Champalimaud, Wahanda<br />

CEO, whose seminar is entitled ‘Not<br />

all deals are alike – How to market<br />

your business’. Many businesses focus<br />

on deals and promotions as a means<br />

of acquiring new customers and<br />

keeping busy during quieter times.<br />

In this presentation, Lopo will discuss<br />

the bigger picture, the different types<br />

of deals that really boost business,<br />

when to deploy them and how to<br />

tailor them to suit your business. The<br />

presentation will be illustrated with a<br />

case study showing delegates what<br />

tools Wahanda can provide to drive<br />

their business forward. Also speaking<br />

will be David Suzuki who will be<br />

travelling from the U.S. especially for<br />

You can find Olympia<br />

Beauty on Facebook<br />

for up to the minute<br />

information on the big<br />

event, what’s happening in<br />

the beauty world, as well<br />

as top celebrity gossip

the event. ‘What’s Your Accent? Lead<br />

Technology and Accent Services -<br />

Customised Services to Realise Client<br />

Objectives’ is his hot topic and he<br />

will be examining the fine details<br />

brought forth by accents that make<br />

a product or service truly unique<br />

and effective. The seminar promises<br />

to help you discover the difference<br />

between accent and lead technology,<br />

purchasing strategies, how to layer<br />

technology together to maximise your<br />

results, and how to create unique one<br />

of a kind skincare services.<br />

Award-winning salons from all<br />

over the UK will be at the Olympia<br />

Beauty to offer advice, demonstrate<br />

techniques and talk about the latest<br />

innovations and the biggest trends<br />

for the year ahead. There will also<br />

be product launches and exclusive<br />

giveaways. Helen É Cosmetics will<br />

be offering goody bags containing<br />

make-up from their current range for<br />

just £10. With products worth over<br />

a total of £40, the goody bags are<br />

a real bargain so get there early and<br />

make sure you grab one.<br />

Manufacturers will be there too,<br />

including Pure Green who are a<br />

manufacturer of natural cosmetic<br />

products. With over 20 years<br />

experience in the formulation of plantbased<br />

cosmetics, their proven recipes<br />

are respected throughout the industry,<br />

giving them the capability to bring<br />

your product ideas from the drawing<br />

board onto retail shelves.<br />

Suppliers will also be at Olympia<br />

Beauty, including The Carlton Beauty<br />

and Spa Group - your one stop shop<br />

for quality beauty and spa equipment.<br />

They distribute their premium quality<br />

products to beauty salons, colleges<br />

and spas in the UK, Europe and all<br />

over the world. Stop by their stand<br />

and they’ll be happy to discuss your<br />

requirements. Other top suppliers<br />

will include REM Furniture who are<br />

thrilled to be launching their brand<br />

new Beauty Furniture range. Offering<br />

a comprehensive range of specially<br />

developed foot care equipment,<br />

reception area furniture and a new<br />

bespoke fitted furniture service, they<br />

will be happy to discuss all your<br />

salon needs, so drop by their stand<br />

and pick up the new REM Beauty<br />

& Spa brochure. Looking for new<br />

uniforms for your salon? Buttercups<br />

Uniforms will be at Olympia Beauty to<br />

showcase their latest collection. With<br />

flattering designs, easy to maintain<br />

fabrics and a great ‘buy two, get a<br />

third free’ deal, Olympia Beauty is the<br />

perfect place to get your team kitted<br />

out.<br />

There is only one place you need to<br />

look to keep up to date with all the<br />

latest news in the beauty industry -<br />

find Olympia Beauty on Facebook<br />

for up to the minute information on the<br />

big event, what’s happening in the<br />

beauty world, as well as top celebrity<br />

gossip. ‘Like’ the page, spread the<br />

word and watch out for exciting<br />

competitions! With all this and so<br />

much more, Olympia Beauty is not to<br />

be missed. Registration is now open<br />

so sign up by simply visiting www.<br />

olympiabeauty.co.uk to book your<br />

free ticket. Be inspired by the world’s<br />

greatest beauty professionals and<br />

ignite your passion for the beauty<br />

industry at Olympia Beauty!<br />

The Competitions<br />

The most talented, creative<br />

and inspiring people in<br />

the beauty industry will be<br />

travelling from all over the<br />

world to attend Olympia<br />

Beauty and to take part in a<br />

brand new competition that<br />

will test 100 make-up artists<br />

to their limit.<br />

The Art of Make-Up Competition,<br />

sponsored by Airbase, will take<br />

place over the course of the two<br />

days and it is open to students and<br />

professional make-up artists. The<br />

first day of the competition will be<br />

based on a Grecian Goddess theme<br />

and the top twenty competitors<br />

will be asked to return for day two,<br />

when they will be given a variety<br />

of settings and themes designed to<br />

make them think on their feet and test<br />

their creativity. The entrants will be<br />

competing for two prestigious titles<br />

- Best Newcomer 2012 and Junior<br />

Make-Up Artist of the Year 2012.<br />

The Best Newcomer Award will be<br />

for those in current education or those<br />

who have graduated or completed<br />

education within twelve months of<br />

the competition. The Junior Make-Up<br />

Artist of the Year Award will be for<br />

those who are practising professional<br />

make-up artistry with a maximum of<br />

five years experience. The prizes<br />

are incredible, with a total of over<br />

£10,000 worth of prizes up for grabs!<br />

The third prize winner will be taking<br />

home a professional make-up kit to<br />

the value of £1000, the second prize<br />

winner will receive a professional<br />

make-up kit to the value of £2000,<br />

and the first prize winner will scoop<br />

education and training vouchers to<br />

the value of £5000! As if that wasn’t<br />

enough, all winners will have their<br />

work published in FACEON!<br />

Olympia Beauty is delighted to<br />

appoint celebrity make-up artist,<br />

Louise Page as Head Judge of The<br />

Art of Make-Up Competition. Louise<br />

has a wealth of experience working<br />

in film, fashion and the music industry<br />

so she was the natural choice to judge<br />

this exciting competition. Her film<br />

work includes Troy starring Brad Pitt<br />

and The Bridget Jones Diaries starring<br />

Renee Zellweger among many, many<br />

more. She was Head Creative at<br />

Universal Records for the Brit Awards<br />

and has worked at prestigious events<br />

such as the NTA Awards, the Golden<br />

Globes and the Oscars. Given her<br />

extensive knowledge, experience and<br />

creative flair, the competitors will have<br />

to work hard to impress her! Louise<br />

and the rest of the judging panel will<br />

be joined by the lucky winner of the<br />

Airbase Talent Search Competition.<br />

Head to the Olympia Beauty website<br />

for further information about The Art<br />

of Make-Up Competition, including<br />

rules and regulations.<br />

What’s more, Olympia Beauty<br />

will play host to one of the biggest<br />

nail competitions in the world<br />

– The Nailympics London. Last<br />

year’s event was a phenomenal<br />

success, hundreds of students and<br />

professionals competed in a range of<br />

hotly contested categories and over<br />

22,000 visitors were there to show<br />

their support and get to top advice<br />

from leading experts. This year The<br />

Nailympics London is taking it up a<br />

notch - their eighth annual competition<br />

will be bigger and better than ever.<br />

Providing an artistic atmosphere<br />

where a beginner or seasoned<br />

professional can test their skills against<br />

the best competitors in the world, The<br />

Nailympics London offers technicians<br />

the chance to compete for ten trophies<br />

and 96 medals. Each year, the<br />

international judging panel reads like<br />

a ‘who’s who’ of the nail industry and<br />

this year will be no exception. It is not<br />

only a great opportunity to compete<br />

for a prestigious title, it also provides<br />

a chance for nail technicians to form<br />

valuable networks, to get top advice<br />

from leading industry experts, and<br />

to find out more about all the latest<br />

products, treatments and services.<br />

Using the latest gels, wraps and<br />

polishes, as well as everything from<br />

dried flowers, glitter, rhinestones,<br />

3D stickers and crushed shells, you’ll<br />

be surprised and inspired by the<br />

incredible creativity and originality of<br />

each entrant’s work. With celebrities<br />

such as Jessie J, Rihanna and Lana<br />

Del Ray sporting the pointed nail look<br />

this season, nail professionals will be<br />

on hand to give you the heads up on<br />

what hot trends to look out for next<br />

year. From spikey talons and double<br />

dip two-tone manicures, to nude and<br />

natural prim and proper manicures,<br />

intricate patterns and reverse French<br />

manicures, they’ll show you how to<br />

create the looks you’ll love. To find out<br />

more about The Nailympics London<br />

visit www.olympiabeauty.co.uk. Be<br />

inspired by the world’s greatest nail<br />

technicians and ignite your passion<br />

for the nail industry at The Nailympics<br />

London!<br />

For further press information on<br />

Olympia Beauty, please contact<br />

Jennifer Cramond at Alison Jameson<br />

Consultants on 0131 621 7210 or<br />

email jennifer@alisonjamesonpr.com

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23-24 Sept 2012

@olympiabeauty<br />

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