Editorial Fashion #2

For those of you that don't know, I've started doing a little "Editorial Fashion Series" right here on my blog and this is the second instalment. For my textiles a-level my topic is 'Editorial Fashion' which means I've been doing a lot of shoots for the project that I wanted to share with you all! If you haven't already checked out my very first shoot click here to see it! If you have, I'll let you scroll on and see some more of my photography skills (or lack of) and makeup artistry techniques (for beginners obviously)!

I want to say a massive thank you to my amazing model, Mel, who was an absolute natural at striking poses! Although I'm pretty sure she was terrified that her hair would be ruined forever when I started backcombing it and spraying it, using up almost an entire can of hair spray, she was very patient and the perfect model!

Let me know what you think of how I did the hair, makeup and photography! I love getting feedback so feel free to leave any tips or things you think I could improve on in the comments below. I hope you all liked the second instalment to my Editorial Fashion series...look out for more on the way!

Georgia x


  1. She looks amazing, that eye make up! Here's me who can't even do a cat eye! I think you could experiment with shadows a bit. This look is quite dark, like it would look quite creepy and eerie if you enhanced shadows across her face! It's just an idea, it looks amazing as it is! xxx


    1. Yeah I definitely agree! I wish I had done more dramatic and wide-spread eyeshadow as well and darker bronzer to define the cheekbones and jawline! x

  2. Almost an entire can of hairspray!? Haha. But the finished product is really cool. :)

    Le Stylo Rouge

  3. love the eye make up :) xx

    dresses-and-travels //@susandollparts

  4. I love the faux eye tattoos and the hair just works so well with it!

    Angie x | Chocolate & Lipstick || UK Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

  5. love this look! it's kind of eerie like jack skeleton but elegant like marie antoinette. since you're asking for tips, i'd consider your background next time. like brick walls would be more suited to rustic or vintage looks whereas something as edgy and elegant as this maybe needs a clean white wall or something with clean lines. hope that's not mean! i'm always afraid to offend people when commenting on their art haha


    1. Yeah, I thought that when I was editing the pictures! It's difficult because there's not many places that provide good backgrounds for shoots around where I am so I just have to use the side of my house haha! My next editorial fashion post has a different background that matches a lot more to the look, so hopefully that will be better! x
      Thanks for your tips! x

  6. This is so fun. You are very talented! I want you to do this to me!

    I'm blogging about similar things, check it out and let me know what you think: www.kellmenow.com

    XO K

  7. I love the make up on her face. Damn! you're aweesomeee!!!

    '96 Wild Heart

  8. Oh wow this looks amazing. The faux tattoo idea is really fun! Love it x

    Renata | Speaking Beauty UK


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