My name is Natalia Zurawska. I have been a professional makeup/hair/spfx artist for the last 10 years. I recently came out with an e-book entitled “I’m Not Making This Up”. It features all of the best makeup tips and tricks I have learned over the years to save time and money. One of the chapters is solely devoted to weddings.
In this beauty e-book you will learn how to fix a shattered powder in one easy step – no, you don’t have to throw it out!
Some other tips include how to look your best in a matter of minutes, how to hire a makeup artist, do’s and don’ts of beauty before your wedding and so much more. My favorite products are also mentioned.
“I’m Not Making This Up” is available on Smashwords, Amazon as well as Goodreads in all digital formats.
Enjoy! You can also check out my blogs, YouTube channel and join my social media below for new updates.
Thanks to YesBride for this article
Linked In: Natalia Zurawska http://www.linkedin.com/pub/natalia-zurawska/22/b09/410
I recently had the pleasure of working with a very talented team to update the OPAs stock photo library and new website. As the saying goes, it takes a small village, and this project was no exception. On the client side, Betsy Nejat (Manager of Marketing and Partnerships), Lindsay George (Manager of Communications and Member Services), and Keith Ly (Graphic designer) were invaluable in charting the creative vision and handling much of the logistical considerations, including talent, pharmacists, and locations. The very talented team at Cossette designed the new website and marketing collateral that provided visual guidance throughout.The incomparable Natalia Zurawska preps our first pharmacist model
Helping on set were a bunch of great people that made each shoot fun and efficient. I was assisted by Maggie Walker, Jamie Rosenthal, and Gen Shapira. Make-up and hair was provided by the talented Natalia Zurawska (www.colourchameleon.com). Talent provided by Milo Casting (www.Milocasting.com).
Each shoot and pharmacy setting presented a particular set of challenges, largely because of the real-life locations. The pharmacies were open and busy, and like most dispensaries, provided little working room. Which meant hiding lights everywhere to create the clean, bright, and contemporary look the OPA was looking for.Details, details, our pharmacy assistant is pinned and ready for her close-up
Photography by Daniel Alexander