Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Bride of the Week

I would like to introduce you to Megan, a wonderful bride who I had the opportunity to work with last summer. I did makeup for Megan and her bridal party of nine people all together! They were so great to work with and a beautiful group of women. Megan wanted to really accent her eyes, which was done by creating a very subtle smokey effect with browns and golds. To give Megan's eyes more definition I used black liquid liner, and false eyelashes. The nude lip color with the gloss finish was a great choice to keep Megan's look soft. It was so much fun to get a break from styling and just focus on the makeup this time around. This was a great look for Megan and can also be customized to fit any bride by adjusting the colors used. If you love this look and would like to know more about how I can help you achieve a beautiful look for you and your wedding party, call 208-331-9113. Thanks to Megan and her party, and to Bradley Rae Photography for providing such beautiful photos!


Meet Camilla.

Camilla Orosco is a Boise-based stylist, educator for Mirabella Cosmetics, Emissary for Artease Colors, and make-up artist specializing in customized designs for brides, bridal parties, and any individual wanting to look their very best. Camilla's styles are tailored to the unique desires, personalities, and natural beauty of each client, no matter the cause for celebration.

Camilla's education began at Portland State University, where she studied graphic design. After transferring to Oregon State University, Camilla graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Speech Communication and an option in Theater Performance. It was her experience in theater that led her to the field of cosmetology. Camilla found cosmetology to be the perfect blend of her artistic talents, education, and her passion for working with people. She became a fully licensed cosmetologist in the state of Idaho and has practiced for several years. Camilla has trained with some of the top artists in her industry including Vivienne MacKinder and Gerd Hoher. She continues to learn and grow in her field and looks forward to developing her skills as a stylist and makeup artist.