Friday, January 21, 2011


The International Make-up Artist Trade Show 2011 is only a week away its officially the biggest london IMATS  with record numbers due to attend. This year, the London leg of the show tour is  at the Alexandra Palace in North London. Brands from all over the world attended; from the hair care, tanning, prosthetics and cosmetic industries
Our involvement with the show is very exciting and we will be making sure their will be bargains to be had by al on the wolfe stand. 
We will have the new eflow airbrush range available on the stand in both the water based and the alcohol based.
joannadeliah is on our stand on the sunday so come over and say hello.

We enlisted the help of some of our fabulous face and body  painters tracey and katerina.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Bristol Make-up Artist Elle HItchens

I wanted to share Elle Hitchens work with you I  loved her website and she has a gallery full of beautiful make up from gradial to colourful fashion.

Elle Hitchens is a professional makeup artist who has been working freelance in Bristol for four years. Having previously worked on Fashion Shows in London and for M.A.C Cosmetics for over two years and having trained at The London College of Fashion, Elle has fantastic training and experience in the fashion and beauty industry.

Elle has worked with many brides over the years, providing excellent makeup as well as a calming influence and a general helping hand!  Many happy memories made with makeup parties and makeovers as well as personal one to one makeup lessons. 

Anyone who works with Elle is always put at ease with her pleasant easy going attitude and calming influence. Brides in particular always comment on how relaxed and at ease they are, feeling like they were in the hands of a good friend and ready for their big day after a make up session. 

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

How to make it look like you have cut of your finger.

Roll the wax into a sausage and then join the ends to make a ring of wax. Press the ring of wax into position; making sure the skin is clean and dry.

Using a tiny bit of moisturiser on your fingertip (enough to stop the wax sticking to your finger and no more) blend the outside edges of the ring of wax, you should not be too precise as slightly rough edges look more realistic. 
Give the wound a jagged edge, and with the bruise wheel add the bruising. 

Don’t forget to add bruising to the other fingers and nails on the hand. 

Add a bit of cotton wool to the center of the wound blood .

Add blood to the center of the wound .

With the wounded finger bent hold a few sheets of tissue paper to cover the rest of the finger. 
Simple but effective look!
Products Used.
Mehron bruise wheel 
kryolan Blood
mehron Syn wax