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MORE ABOUT RUSSIA- RUSSIAN FOLKLORE

Enjoy more of Russia’s beautiful culture and traditions.

See more of Russia in our January 2015 issue (seventh issue): RUSSIA WITH LOVE

ONE ON ONE WITH ENIDGO RAE

“….aim was to do music and the arts as a way to give back to the world……”

Soulfully deep lyrics pour out of this young woman’s heart as she captures you with her soulful beautiful voice.  A classically trained musician and vocalist since childhood Rachael has wowed audiences worldwide. Check her out in both issues of C’est Moi Magazine BEAUTY issue and THRILLER

Beyonce – Pretty Hurts (Official Music Video) By Endigo Rae

 

WEBITORIAL- SKY’S WORLD

“SKY’S WORLD”


Photographer: THOMAS H.P. JERUSALEM

Model: Sky
Makeup & Hair: Paty Ramirez

WEBITORIAL- GEISHA: UTSUKUSHII HIME

GEISHA: UTSUKUSHII HIME

Photographer: Jamie Chan Photography
Model: Jackie Marlowe
Makeup/Hair/Designs/Styling: Kevin Lim

WEBITORIAL- MOONLIGHT SERENADE

MOONLIGHT SERENADE

Photographer: THOMAS H.P. JERUSALEM

Model: Tina Na

Tina is an aspiring model from Chicago. She has been modeling for about three years and has worked with a handful of unique designers, photographers, and makeup artists. Tina stands at five foot four and wants to be a role model for other petite models around the world. She is known for her bubbly fun personality and her big round eyes.  Her advice to other models is “no matter what you are working on, whether it is a school assignment, a job, or a photo shoot, keep working hard, speak up, let your voice be heard, and make your mark in this earth.

WEBITORIAL- DIA DE LOS MUERTOS

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS

Photographer: THOMAS H.P. JERUSALEM
Model/Designer (Flower Headpiece): Dahlila Nunez
Makeup Artist: Leticia Carrillo

WEBITORIAL- RADOST’ MOYA

 RADOST’ MOYA

Photographer: Sherman Orendorf Photography
Lighting Assistants: Wes Jerdon & Heidi Ortiz
Model: Kelsi Clark (Heyman Talent)
Makeup/Hair: Amie Yoder (The Hair Dept)
Designer: Angel Olivera Couture

WEBITORIALS – UP, UP, AND AWAY

UP, UP, AND AWAY

Photographer: Liz Klein Photography &    Design
Model: Deanna Schlimmer
Makeup: Color Me Sassy by Sarah Murillo

WEBITORIALS – A MOMENT IN TIME

A MOMENT IN TIME

Photographer: THOMAS H.P. JERUSALEM
Model: Bernadette von Drachenberg
Thomas H.P. Jerusalem (AKA Jerry) is a German photographer living and working in Chicago, Naperville, and St Charles, IL. Thomas H.P. Jerusalem specializes in fashion and conceptual photography. His work has been published on numerous occasions in international magazines, both online and print, and several photographs have won awards. He is listed in the ONE LIFE 2012 Catalog and has a portfolio at Italian VOGUE/PhotoVogue and Art+Commerce/VOGUE NYC. His clients include: ad agencies, magazines, model agencies, publishing companies, designers, and realtors. Jerry combines his background with his photography and style, creating vintage and surrealistic portraits of models in conceptual environments. His work includes dark romantic, edgy, and vintage space-age photography. Growing up during the Cold War in West Germany,  he read his dad’s over-sized NY Photo Academy books from the sixties, which influenced his style. Since he did not  speak English at the time, the descriptive words in the pictures did not make much sense, so he focused on the visual stories behind the images. The passion and perfection that Jerry has for photography can be seen reflected in every image. 


 

TRICK OR TREAT? CARRIE OR BLACK WIDOW? by Sanda Panteleimonov


 So…with all these scary traditions and horror-parties everywhere, each of us, ladies, need a lot of  time and power to create an original Halloween look. And when I say Halloween look, I mean not just a really cool party dress, but also a fashionable beauty look. An inspired, unique and unusual make-up will help you independently stand out from the crowd.

Each year, we see the typical ghosts, witches, vampires or zombies on Halloween Night and it gets really boring from year to year to see the same ideas.  Therefore, looking through the variety of ideas for Halloween makeup, I found a detailed description of an easily recognizable but difficult makeup. And it’s the main character of movie “Carrie”. For Halloween, she remains as an icon whose haunting look is easily recognized. For implementation of the look you can use cosmetics indicated and chosen by me. There are some steps that indicate how to create your own version of the scary girl. 


1.       Start on a fresh, bare face. Clean your face and remove all traces of any makeup. Firstly, treat your face with moisturizer and your lips with lip conditioner.
2.       Use foundation (can use M.A.C Face and Body Foundation) and a concealer (can use M.A.C Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer) to cover where it is really necessary on your face.

3.       Define eyebrows which will help make you look younger.  (You can use M.A.C 212 Flat Definer Brush with M.A.C Eye Shadow in Concrete).

4.       Swirl a coral cream blush (You are able to use M.A.C Crème blend Blush in Lady blush) on to your cheeks and tap the color down with your fingertips for a better accent.

5.       For Eye shadow, apply a taupe cream shadow (You can use M.A.C Pro Longwear Paint Pot and Maybelline EyeStudio Color Tattoo 24HR Cream Gel Shadow), being sure to diffuse the color as you blend upward without any harsh lines. This paint gives your eyes a natural glow, and you don’t even have to worry about the fake blood affecting your face.

6.       Define the creases, sculpt the sockets of your eyes, and apply eye shadow along your outer lash lines as well for added depth.

7.       Top your eyes with shimmer by using a pink pigment (You are able to use M.A.C Pro Glitter Reflects Red or Bobbi Brown Sparkle Eye Shadow in Ballet Pink) all over your eye lids, concentrating most of the sparkles in the center.

8.    Apply Top Mascara and Bottom Mascara. (You can use M.A.C Haute & Naughty Lash or Haute & Naughty Lash).

9.     Swipe on Lip Gloss. Apply a slick, sheer, off-red gloss on your lips, like M.A.C Tinted Lipglass in Viva Glam I or  Stila Lip Glaze in Cranberry.

10.   Smudge on mascara. To take the look to the next level, continue by smearing mascara onto your lids and underneath your eyes. Make it appear like you’ve been crying.

11.    Make mascara run by adding water.

12.    Tap a wet makeup brush onto the mascara smudges to create blackened tears. The more water you can load up onto the brush, the better it will look.
13. Apply fake blood. Just no comments.  
14. Complete the blood- soaked look with an askew tiara, vengeful eyes, and a demented smirk!
Every Halloween, makeup takes on a different meaning, but we always try someone new and special. Unlike mask, makeup can transforms you in an unpredictable way. 


   Black Widow can’t be named as a classical figure of Halloween, but still has an influence on Halloween’s Fashion. So here are steps that indicate how to make you a Queen of Spiders.

1.       Cover eyebrows. Spread over the brow in the direction of hair growth. Cover with white cream makeup (can use Party City White Cream Make Up). Using black cream makeup (like Party City Black Cream Make Up), paint high, arching brows and extend the color up dramatically, shading above your brows.
2.       Apply a thin line of eyelash adhesive to back of false eyelashes, carefully press into place along lash line of each eye.
3.       Using black cream makeup or mascara, line each eye.
4.       Outline your lips with red lip liner and after that fill your lips with red lipstick (can use Party City Red Lipstick).
5.       Use gel to slick back your hair.
6.       Using special glue and attach plastic spiders to your face.
7.       Finish your look with gloomy manicure – sharp red or long black nails.
   And it’s finished. As you see, this Halloween you can try something new and special for your Halloween Party. Amaze your friends and become the Surprise of the Halloween. Good luck!

 

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