False Eyelashes

Make-up artist in Lincolnshire (Blog update) –

Well, I haven't wrote in my blog for quite a while! things have been very hectic lately! So, since my last post I have been very busy with make-up trials and make-up lessons in my make-up studio.  I have updated my make-up kit recently by purchasing a new wonderful Mamba brush wrap from  The Emj company (www.theemjcompany.com), a pencil roll and also a gloss roll - let me tell you - these products have revolutionized my work by making [...]

Tinas studio (false eyelashes and make-up)

False eyelashes.

To say I am obsessed with false eyelashes would be an understatement.  I always like to encourage wearing false lashes, especially if its for a special occasion, even if someone doesn't wear them.  They simply enhance your eyes and make you look like you have fuller, longer lashes...not a bad thing!  There are so many brands to chose from nowadays and there are lots of different styles too, so it can be a bit of a minefield when choosing.I [...]

Cat eye make-up

Cat eye make-up look.

First I tweezed Jessicas' brows and then applied a cream eyeshadow all over the eye area in Shore.  I then applied a mixture of Burnt sugar and Sable eyeshadow in the inner corners of the eyes, blending really well.  I also created a higher socket line by applying mahogany eyeshadow above the eye socket crease.  I then defined the brows slightly by filling in with eyeshadow.  Next I used an eyeliner brush by Shu Uemura, which was perfect for this [...]

Halloween make-up by Tina Brocklebank

Halloween make-up

I am so inspired by Sam and Nic Chapman of Pixiwoo fame - www.pixiwoo.com and I am addicted to their tutorials!  However, as I have an art background and was trained at the London C0llege of Fashion it is something that is in me and I LOVE anything that involves make-up and art, I do love my bridal work but my heart lies with Fashion/body painting/photographic make-up. I absolutely love Halloween so it was a prime excuse to do something [...]

Make-up by Tina Brocklebank. Photo by Ellis Wood. Styling Charlotte Hay. Model Totty Simpson. Hair Becky Robinson

Smokey eyes, 60’s inspired…

This was from a photoshoot which I did recently with the lovely Charlotte Hay from Stella and Alf.  We went for a grungy/60's inspired look.  For make-up I first applied a primer to keep the make-up on then added a vitamin enriched face base by Bobbi Brown.  I then applied their new Long-wear even finish foundation in Porcelain and concealed underneath the eye area, then set with some loose powder.  Next I defined the eyebrows using a Louise Young [...]