LATEX CYBERGOTH DRESS! VANCOUVER MAKEUP ARTISTS, PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLISTS, GOTH FETISH CLOTHING STORES.
I’m a cyber pin up girl, in tight red latex. Blasting space aliens with my raygun.
Shiny new photos from my spread in Alt Noir Magazine, Issue 12 (you can buy it here)!
Makeup and Bodypaint by Jennifer Little of Glitter Machine
Photography by Lee Kembel of Glitter Machine
Wardrobe and styling by Tracy Rodger and Jenni Wong of Deadly Couture (Tracy is blowing the bubbles!)
Hair by Isolde Semple of Avant Garde Salon. She curled my hair with a science fiction-like “rod”, and pinned it up.
Many of you asked me for makeup tutorials. I took iPhone snapshots as Jennifer worked on my eyes, so you can see the professional techniques.
1) Shade the eyebrows to match my red hair. Dramatic black eyeshadow contour around the eyelids.
2) Add pink/red shading to the lids.
3) Blend it together.
4) Diffuse the edges, and add false top and bottom lashes.
5) Outline the lips with black.
6) Add magenta lipstick and gloss.
Of course, the look wouldn’t work without pale, matte foundation and blush for contouring.
Tracy lubed up my red latex dress, which was customized by Jenni of Deadly Couture alternative fashion boutique in Vancouver.
The big latex bow, fuzzy leg warmers and fishnet armbands complete the look. Pow!
Tracy blew bubbles above my head, creating this very cool effect.
Who wants to cast me in a 1970s space disco B-movie?
Here’s more work from Glitter Machine, a Vancouver creative studio. Check out their site for more of their bodypainting, alternative photoshoots and makeup (such as Day of the Dead).
Do you like this cyber-space look on me? Should I wear more latex? What type of outfits or aesthetics would you like to see?
Don’t forget to check out my airbrushed corspe bride look for the cover. Coming up next… behind-the-scenes my Pirate Pin-Up look for the magazine!
Song of the Day: Eisenfunk – Super Space Invaders
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