Tuesday, 20 December 2011


What I love most about my job is the variety. Last week I was in a massive studio, filming Great Britain's team of gymnasts and this week I'm selling T-Shirts. A new label called Maison Twenty has launched, showcasing the work of twenty emerging artists. I was honoured to be asked to design three t-shirts for them. http://www.maisontwenty.com/

My Lip T-Shirts were inspired by a recent beauty story I shot. Shooting green, yellow and black lips is slightly more challenging than regular red or pink, so it was a professional make-up shop that provided the goods.

Screenface is a shop known by many make-up artists but probably not visited by regular shoppers.  However, it is well worth a visit, even if you're not a professional. http://www.screenface.co.uk/ It sells a fabulous brand called Embryolisse (previously only available in France). Their face moisturiser is a cult product backstage at shows, as is the body moisturiser. http://www.screenface.co.uk/beauty/cleansers-toners/embryolisse-lait-cr-me-concentre.htm

Fardel, is another great brand they sell. My favourite products are the amazing iridescent loose powders, great for dusting on cheekbones. If you like the Bobbi Brown shimmer bricks then you'll love these powders. http://www.screenface.co.uk/face-body-paint/glitter-shimmer/fardel-loose-iridescent-powder-5g.htm

Screenface have two shops; one in Covent Garden and another in Westbourne Grove but you can also order online.

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