From perfect application, to her witty jokes and karaoke sing-song , I couldn’t ask for a better make up artist than this gem!! 👑
Lots of love to you all,
from Lottie x
Yes we were slightly merry/tipsy on the way back 😂 but we all had a fab time!! ✨
http://instagram.com/jademua1 go find Jade’s page!! 😘❄️✌🏼
Lots of love x
Once again my fabulous friend used her creativity and artistic flair, to create this simple yet effective smokey eye look for a family wedding.
I loved the combination of colours used with the nude lip and can’t thank Jade enough for a quick last min hair up as I’d forgotten to book myself in at the hairdressers. #lifesaver
So anyhow here are some pics of her handiwork on myself👇🏼
Thank you Jade!! 😘 find more of her work over at: http://instagram.com/jademua1
Love always to everyone,
Need some inspiration for your nights out and cocktails I hear? Look no further than Jade’s insta/fb ( @jademua1 ) https://www.facebook.com/jademua1/ page and book an appointment or maybe even just observe her techniques and ask about colour combinations. She’s really talented and easy to talk to, you cannot go wrong!
Without any further ado, here’s Jade’s cut crease look on myself a few days back with a cranberry smokes and gold glitter creation, topped off with winged liner and tatti lashes to compliment this glam look 🙂
Let us know if you like this look and have any other suggestions to try,
https://tattilashes.co.uk/ go find fab lashes over here! 🙂
Earlier this week, I met up with the fabulous Jade to be one of her clients for her Level 3 Fashion and Photographic make-up course at The Makeup Academy Liverpool. For this particular part of the course; Jade had to create a bridal- look for her portfolio, so was looking to use romantic tones on the eyelids, and nude type colours on the lips.
The first of these pictures is from the trial bridal- look (excuse the frizzy hair) which was fun in itself for me learning new techniques, whilst being treated to a beautiful, relaxing makeover from the one girl wonder herself. Throughout both of these sessions Jade worked in a very friendly, yet professional manner – cracking jokes for a bit of light entertainment, also quietly focusing on detailed areas when appropriate and talking a few mins later.
Next is the actual evening of the assessment so I wore my white top to help create the bridal effect 🙂 Jade brought some jewellery along with the white hair clip she popped into the side plait she’d styled for a Gatsby look on the bridal theme.
So there we go!!! I really enjoyed my time with Jade as she made me feel very welcome 🙂 She was very impressive and I would highly recommend her to anyone looking for a make-up artist in the North West area 🙂 So go follow Jade on instagram at jadefrancescamua to see more of her work!
Thank you very much again,
love Lottie x