Bridal Show Casting Call for Models


WEDDINGS IN STYLE MAGAZINE CASTING CALL For the Largest Bridal show of the Season!
NEW ORLEANS, LA – 3/17/09 – Weddings In Style Magazine is looking for modern men and women to don the season’s hottest wedding apparel and strut down the runway for all the “Soon-To-Be’s” to see in our bridal fashion show.

Think you have the look of a blushing bride or glowing groom? Join Weddings In Style for a casting call at the Westin Hotel New Orleans on Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 5:30 in the evening. Models should arrive at 5:00pm in the Crescent Ballroom on the 3rd floor. Parking available in the Canal Place Garage.

Chosen participants from the casting call will receive complimentary photographs from the show to update their portfolios taken by New Orleans finest photographers.

Casting call judges will also pick three lucky models to appear in a fashion spread for the spring 2010 issue of Weddings In Style Magazine. The winners will be featured among the industry’s top models wearing only the best in bridal wear.

Weddings In Style is looking for radiant men and women with that “Happily Ever After” glow. Models must be available Wednesday, April 8, 2009 from 6 pm to 9 pm. Event will take place at North Shore Harbor Center in Slidell, LA.

For more information contact:
Christine Breaux
504-525-2743
info@weddingsmagaazines.com
or log onto http://www.weddingsmagazines.com

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House Of Lounge Fashion Show

House Of Lounge is one of my favorite little boutique so when they called it was a no-brainier. I can’t wait to beat these models faces especially their eyes.

GLAM LIFE OF A MAKEUP ARTIST…IN NEW ORLEANS

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Austin Scarlett Bridal Fashion Show

Round 2 took place at the The W. Hotel in the French Quarter. Today everything was going well and on schedule. Had my helpers, Robin actually arrived before me. She already had things lined up for my arrival. I had to go to The W. Hotel on Poydras to pick up the makeup the David from OCC Makeup. I had him send the box to the hotel since I was going to be there and not my studio. He sent the first box to the studio but I never received it. It never made it to me. Anyway, David sent me all of the colors for the look that I wanted to do;POP ART. Plus, he sent his new lip balm for the gift bags. David is AMAZING…RIGHT.

While waiting for the girls to finish practing we ate once again and got our cocktails to kick off the event. Finally, the girls started coming down around PM and they needed to be ready by PM. I was happy with the models that we ended up with. I was so happy that my girl Sue Ellen from a previous assignment said yes to doing the show. Sue Ellen is the model that looks like the actress Scarlett with Angelina lips. Roicio, from last night worked again and the others were new and a pleasure to work. We got them ready and upstairs on time. The show was on schedule and we had a great crowd.

Some of the conservative girls that was there to help out made comments that they didn’t like the makeup. They felt it was not practical for the everyday bride. When we were all discussing the topic Emily was just listening. The girls loved the fact that it was not the basic look that they normally receive. Austin Scarlett, Creative Director Emily shared with me that she loved the makeup and would like to have me come to NYC to do one of Austin Scarlett fashion shows. She got that it was a candlelight outside fashion show so the makeup could not be soft and natural.

After the show Beth Ann and I really just was glad that everything was successful and was over. Michael and I stayed around for awhile to network with the magazine Editor and Publisher, Emily, the models, and friends. I didn’t want to drink to much since we had the photo shoots in the morning. Since we are going to have the shoot at the french quarter location I decided to leave all of my makeup and supplies. The only thing I took home with me was my brushes…of courses.

GLAM LIFE OF A MAKEUP ARTIST