Meet the Makeup Artist Party

Big thanks to all the makeup artists that made it out to the meet the makeup artist party at my apartment in Brooklyn. It was such a blast! Photos by Sophie Mathewson

From top to bottom left to right, Emily, Natalie, Suheli, Caitlin, Me, Morgan, Mary, Esti, Songhee, Annie, Holly, Justine and Chisa.

Below: How to eat a cupcake with out geting frosting on your nose ring or your lipstick.

The makeup artists loved the tissue paper pom poms I made so much that we had an impromptu PomPom how to… looks great, Natalie!

Our makeup: Suheli: Face: MAC studio Fix foundation & pressed powder Eyes: urban decay naked palette 2 colors Verve, pistol & blackout/ Makeup forever eyeliner 1K Lips: MAC lipstick Brave Caitlin: Face: bobbi brown hydrating skincare/ intensive skin supplement /foundation stick sand/ creamy light bisque and sand/ pale yellow pressed/ natural bronzer/ nude pink blush/ wild rose shimmer brick/ Eyes: heather mauve shimmer lid/ ivory brow bone/ black ink/ rich cashmere smudged on top, rich cashmere lower lash line/ birch shadow in brows/ extreme lengthening mascara Lips: bare pink rich lip color/ bare sparkle high shimmer gloss Me: Face: Bobbi light bisque corrector/ Warm Ivory concealer/ Porcelain Skin Foundation/ Medium Bronzer/ Peony blush Eyes: Grey in my brows/ White all over/ Goldstone LWCS on my lids/ Black Gel Liner/ L’Oreal Collegen Voluminous mascara Lips: TOP SECRET lip color that doesn’t come out until the fall, I’ll update this in a couple of months with the color name! Morgan: Eyes: Yaby shadows: 168 fresh earth, 172, the mauve, 005 perfect wine Lips: Mac fleshpot blotted over rosebud salve Face: eve pearl salmon concealer under eyes, MUFE face & body foundation, Mac medium blot powder, Mac gingerly blush Mary: FACE: Bobbi Brown: Light Bisque Corrector/ Cool Sand Concealer/ 2.5 Skin Foundation/ Golden Light Bronzer and Nude Pink Blush LIPS: Bobbi Brown Plum Lip Sheer with Pink Beige Gloss EYES: Bobbi Brown Cream Shadow in Sandy Gold/ Nars Naked Palette(Smog)/ Loreal Black Eyeliner and Loreal Voluminous, Songhee: FACE: M.A.C prep+prime adjust/ Bobbi Brown corrector EYES: Bobbi Brown Gel eyeliner Black/ Dior Show New Look mascara, LIPS: Lucas’ papaw ointment, Annie: Face: Mineral Hygienics Sheer Mineral Foundation in Fairly Light and 100% Pure Pot Rouge in Posey Lips: MAC Pro Longwear Lipcreme in Unlimited Eyes: Tarte NeutralEYES volume II, Justine: Face: MAC Select Cover-Up/ MAC Strada blush (might be discontinued)/ Make Up For Ever HD setting powder/ Lips: MAC So Chaud lipstick/ Eyes: MAC Brun eyeshadow (eyes & brows)/ MAC Clear Brow Set/ Make Up For Ever Smoky Lash in waterproof and Chisa.

Bridal Bruch at Kate’s Paperie

Hello Lovelies, I hope your week is going well! This Sunday, March 18th, I will be giving touchups at Kate’s Paperie’s Bridal Brunch in SoHo. I am so excited to chat about makeup tips for the big day and how to create the perfect bridal look. Details about the event are below. I hope to see you there!

To RSVP email or call 800-809-9880.

Thanks to Lindsey. T for this great idea to participate, the event was a total success.  I booked 2 brides and I might have booked a makeup party for a bachlorette party! :D

Jessica Alba with Jeanine Lobell

Last Monday I had the pleasure of assisting Jeanine Lobell for a Cover of Marie Claire featuring Jessica Alba. The makeup was very dramatic and Jessica looked beautiful! She’s so confident and so kind, and she rocked the makeup look that Jeanine gave her. Unfortunately I cant share any images or details of the makeup from the shoot because it’s top secret…. but here’s a behind the scenes look st the make shift sign on her dressing room at the St. Regis Hotel in NYC.

Jeanine had to catch a flight to paris at 6:00, so I wrapped up the shoot! I finished the last two shots with Jessica, touching her up and making sure the makeup was flawless at all times. Then when the shoot was finished, I changed her makeup for an interview for I made her makeup more natural for the interview. I used: rosebud lip salve on her lips, lightened up her eyes with concealer on her brow bone, took down the contouring and added a little more blush (Nude Pink by Bobbi Brown). I think Jeanine would have been very happy with the way I did her makeup. I know Jessica was, she was very happy and so sweet, she even hugged and kissed me goodbye. Love her!

Style Me Pretty Winter Wedding Shoot

I was on Style Me Pretty! A team of wedding industry professionals and I all got together to style a winter wedding shoot. Words can’t express the amazing talent I worked with! So… I’ll let the pictures do the talking for me…

For more beautiful photos, please see the full post on Style Me Pretty. Also, I’m booked for another wedding at this Venue on August 13th, so excited!

Photography: Karen Wise Photography / Venue: A Private Residence in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, New York ( / Event Planning + Event Design: Ang Weddings and Events / Flowers + Event Design: Rountree Flowers / Cinematography: Love in Progress / Catering + Dessert Table:Naturally Delicious / Paper Goods: Regas / Wedding Dress: Angelo Lambrou via Gabriella New York Bridal Salon / Makeup: Lindsey Jones / Shoes: Aruna Seth via Gabriella New York Bridal Salon / Headpiece: Sara Gabriel via Gabriella New York Bridal Salon / Clutch: Moyna New York via Gabriella New York Bridal Salon / Jewelry: Paris via Mark Ingram Atelier / Groom’s Suit: Duncan Quinn / Gray Bridesmaid Dress: 57 Grand / Green Bridesmaid Dress: Anthropologie / Rentals: Broadway Party Rentals / Models: Abbi Crutchfield + Luke Thayer

Meet the Makeup Artist: Kaarin Lanyi

Q. How do you know Makeup Artist Lindsey Jones?

A. I met Lindsey on the Michael Bastian FW ’12 show. She complimented me on the organization of my makeup station. :)

Q. What lip gloss/ color is in your purse right now?

A. I’m currently using L’oreal Colour Riche Balm in Nourishing Nude. I don’t like wearing lip gloss or lipstick so I’m always on the hunt for a texture somewhere in between. This balm is semi-shiny, tinted, and has SPF15. The color is just a fraction of a shade deeper than my natural lip color; it’s the perfect no-lip lip for me.

Q. How long have you been a makeup artist and what type of work do you do?

A. I was approached by a producer in NYC to do makeup when I was about 20. She immediately had me working on TV productions even though I was totally clueless! (I wish I had a photo of my kit from back then to share! Hilarious I assure you.) It was a whirlwind experience that I wasn’t quite ready for so after a year and a half of trying to figure out how to be a freelance makeup artist without mentors or makeup pals I left that path for a few years to pursue work in the same field as my degree (Architecture Studies and Urban Design). While working at the architecture firm I realized that I really did want to do makeup and I was finally ready to tackle it on my own terms. I’ve been a freelance makeup artist full time for 5 years now since I came back to artistry. I would say that my work is split pretty evenly between TV, fashion, and private clients. Love my job! Continue reading