As I mentioned the other day, I did a photo shoot for Dhaagay - South Asian Bridal Clothing Line - and the photographer was Studio Wali.
Today, he released a few of the photos, and I wanted to share them with you as well.
One of the photos is from the Dhaagay line (if you hover over the photo with your mouse, you will be able to see all the photo credits for each photo):
...And the other 2 are just creatives we did afterward for fun, but they ended up being maybe my very favorite Read more [...]
As a woman, and especially a model, I wear make-up.
Many photo shoots & projects require extensive make-up for special effects, or for the glamorous look, or creative shoots. There are times where the make-up feels like it weighs 10 lbs, and feels caked on, and it can be very difficult to effectively remove this make-up
Last night, upon returning home from an entire day of shooting, after 6 looks, my face was caked with serious make-up and by the last look, my eyes were very smokey and Read more [...]
So, I learned something new yesterday that I didn't realize before from Farhana of Maquillage by Farhana, while she was doing my make-up.
She told me that you can lightly apply sunscreen on the ends of your hair to protect them from the sun's damaging rays.
Farhana says this prevents your hair drying out and causing split ends.
In other words, use a light sunscreen that's easy to apply and thin in nature, so you don't grease up and weigh hair down, but so that it protects your hair from Read more [...]
Yesterday, I had a long day of shooting in Toronto for a South Asian Bridal line called Dhaagay by Madiha Malik, which, I must say, is beautiful!
We all had such a great time yesterday shooting with Wali Photography, and working with the numerous make-up artists & hair stylists.
I think just about all of them had helped me at some point, but Farhana of Maquillage by Farhana did my make-up for the entire shoot for Dhaagay, and Sheeba K. of K Studio Make Up did my hair for half the shoot.
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