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Make-up artist Qristina Lim working her magic on Sam Mak.
IN fashion, it is not just about the outfit.
The whole look of a person depends very much on the comprehensive styling that goes with it.
In line with the Punk Fantasy theme of the GCMA, both Haumin and Sam had their hair and make-up done to complement their special attire.
Coloured hair extensions, thick eyeliners and false eyelashes added a touch of edginess that went well with the designs from Venie Tee.
Celebrity hairstylist Miko Au, of Miko Hair Studio, specially came up with the hairstyles for the women.
Before the shoot, he said: “I can’t really say how it will specifically turn out. I need to see them in their outfits before I can really determine what fits each look.”
Similarly, the make-up team from Faceimage Academy (using products from Laura Mercier) analysed their different subjects before deciding on a plan.
According to make-up artist Qristina Lim, Haumin and Sam have pretty features, and that aspect should be played up.
“Punk normally has a more overt, rebellious feel. However, I can’t make them up to be too feisty in that respect.
“Hence, I played with colours to bring out the fantasy side of it, while still giving each of them a strong look,” she said. – Bervin Cheong
When punk meets fantasy
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