Behind The Scenes At A New York Photo Shoot

The fabulous and gorgeous Founder and Executive Director Zulema Arroyo-Farley of Artz Cure Sarcoma was recently featured in Ocean Drive Puerto Rico magazine. The photo shoot was shot at her beautiful home on the Upper East Side in New York. Zulema is being featured because of her fight with sarcoma and how she work really hard at bringing awareness to sarcoma. Zulema and I met through a mutual friend Lifestyle Blogger Nashelly of Fabulatina. This superwoman Zulema not only is fighting sarcoma she’s also fighting lupus, so that’s how we bonded. I’m always so proud of Zulema, she just never stop, she goes hard everyday. So when she asked me to be a part of her glam team I was definitely honored. This photo shoot was so FAB, I took tons of pics & videos to share with you. If you have time check out her site because this beauty has a great story. 

My makeup goodies for today’s photo shoot

Hair Stylist Mia, Owner of Dry & Dash used Bellami hair from the KHALEESI collection


All of the beautiful clothes were from Zulema closet

That hair is GOOD!

Photographer Manuel Del Cruz

 

Always luv working on set with Mia she’s so talented

Zulema had unlimited champagne served on set for us


One of the many makeup looks of the day. Using my Absolute New York eye shadow palette on set

It’s a WRAP….LUV YOU LADIES!

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A Glam Evening In NYC For The Movie Until 20

  Leaving Connecticut heading to do makeup on my gorgeous client Zulema

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Every glam makeup you need to get a glamxurious women makeup ready

I luv what Zulema has decided to wear to the movie screen; Herve Leger top & skirt and  jewelry from LeLe Sadoughi

  Mia is doing hair while I set up

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Zulema opened a bottle of bubbly to celebrate

Zulema is stunning !


She’s Ready!

 

Selfie time as we head to Time Warner Center

Mia & I enjoying ourselves at the reception for the movie Until 20

Brandy and Mia at Until 20 Movie Screening

Step In Repeat Time

 


Hubby was in attendance

Until 20 screening

Looking forward to seeing this film, Until 20

During the movie I started having a flare up…the pain was horrible my body was going numb was having chest & arm pains. I stayed through the entire movie but couldn’t stay afterwards. Hubby got me in a cab we picked up our car at Zulema home and he drove like a mad man to get me home… that damn lupus, always spoiling my fun!