For any model, it’s always a challenge to work with a photographer that you have not worked with before. You don’t know what to expect and almost uncertain whether there will be great chemistry between both of you. By the same token, photographers want models they feel are easy to work with and can deliver without struggling.
My last photoshoot turned out so great. I remember we had planned to do a photoshoot on a Saturday morning and after a long week, we were all feeling a bit tired. As in it was one of those mornings you wake up and it’s raining and you just want to remain in bed all day.
We planned that the photoshoot will take a maximum of 3 hours and 1 hour doing makeup. So we were all planning to be home in the afternoon to relax. Well, that was not the case at all. As soon as we started the photoshoot everything was just flowing. We lost track of time and we really enjoyed working together.
We had planned to take some photoshoot of me wearing African jewelry. Ideas just kept flowing and the photoshoot which was supposed to start at 11 o’clock and finish around 14 o’clock, ended up at 18 o’clock.
Sometimes in life, God sends you the right people to propel you to your predetermined destination. It was really fun and I’m so grateful to lina ling that did my make-up and Agnieszka who took the photos. I will leave their links below if u are looking for a photographer or make-up artist feel free to contact them.
Photography by Agnieszka Tünnissen
Makeup by Lina Ling
Make up details
- Beauty UK primer
- M.A.C cosmetic foundation NC50
- Make up store studio foundation concealer
- Make up store compact powder translucent
- Inglot contour powder
- M.A.C cosmetic mineralized powder as highlight (soft and gentle)
- Make up store blush (ginger)
- Makeup store tribrow
- Elizabeth mott eyeshadow primer
- Urban decay & morphe brushes eyeshadow palettes
- Maybelline eyeliner
- Sleek mascara
- Milani lip oil
- Makeup store and elf cosmetics lipsticks