The latest issue of Mini-Maven Magazine featured creative editorials inspired by fashion icons. I was excited to work with the magazine founder and photographer, Kymberly Marciano, on the cover story celebrating Mickey and Minnie Mouse. We shot in the Malibu Hills in a vintage trailer turned into an Airstream Clubhouse. Keep reading to see the looks I created for Mini-Maven’s Icon Issue.
To give our adorable model glowing skin, I applied Beautycounter’s Dew Skin to her face. Then I patted a luminous golden highlighter from Wander Beauty onto her cheekbones. Glossier’s Stretch Concealer covered up any dark circles under the eyes and I groomed her brows with their Boy Brow Gel.
Next, I brushed RMS Cream Eye Polish in Lunar onto her eyes. This champagne pink color is subtle but really brought out the beautiful color of her green eyes. I lightly coated and defined her lashes with a Mineral Mascara from Pacifica Beauty.
To hold the hairstyles in place I used R+Co Outer Space Hairspray. This hairspray is so great when you’re changing the hair into different styles. I love that it has a super flexible hold and doesn’t leave product build-up in the hair when brushed out. If you haven’t tried this hairspray, run out and get some now!!
To do the victory roll bangs above, I tied her hair in a ponytail leaving a section of her bangs out. Then, I backcombed at the root to add a bit of volume. With two fingers I rolled the bangs backward creating a tunnel shape. Lastly, I secured her victory roll into place with a few bobby pins and hairspray.
For the hair bow style below, I first brought all of her hair up into a ponytail. Next, I looped an elastic rubber band around 3/4’s of her hair, leaving the ends loose. I divided the looped hair into two sections and took the loose ends of her hair and pulled them over the middle of the two sections. I tucked the loose strands into the elastic and sprayed with hairspray to hold them in place.
Who is your favorite fashion and beauty icon? Tell me all about it below!