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The delightful Kriss Abigail has done it again. This preview photo is amazing, and I can’t wait for the rest of the set. We shot nearly my entire collection, and Kriss’s eye for detail has me looking fabulous.

Posing for Kriss has given me a peek into the modeling world and how photo shoots really work. These photos are not real life. They are a creation. They are the result of hours of primping and lighting adjustments and uncomfortable poses and hundreds of frames and photoshop. It’s beautiful, but it’s not natural. And now I see every photo for what it really is because I’ve peeked behind the curtain of this illusion and seen how its made.

Perf!!!!

This is fantastic

I don’t know, it’s not that much photoshop depending on who you go to.  Half the time I can’t tell the difference between edits and non if it weren’t for the watermark.  I will say it is a good couple of hours for makeup/hair, but that’s because curls take time.  And posing is really fun when you are just having a good time.

If anything, modeling has made me appreciate the art of photography and just the ability to capture a person’s beauty. 

I’m not trying to blame everything on airbrushing or Photoshop. And, yes, posing and creating photos is fun. I’m just pointing out that this is a creation, this is not me. This is not real life. And it took me having a photo shoot like this to understand that all the images I am constantly inundated with, that shape my perception of reality, are not actually real. They only exist in a fraction of a second that was manipulated with light and makeup and posing and costumes, etc.

The delightful Kriss Abigail has done it again. This preview photo is amazing, and I can’t wait for the rest of the set. We shot nearly my entire collection, and Kriss’s eye for detail has me looking fabulous.

Posing for Kriss has given me a peek into the modeling world and how photo shoots really work. These photos are not real life. They are a creation. They are the result of hours of primping and lighting adjustments and uncomfortable poses and hundreds of frames and photoshop. It’s beautiful, but it’s not natural. And now I see every photo for what it really is because I’ve peeked behind the curtain of this illusion and seen how its made.

Documenting my makeup from tonight’s Salonathon show.
Too bad I had already wiped off my glitter lips. A girl’s gotta eat.
I absolutely loved my costume, especially my fringey bra. I had a corset malfunction, but I was the only one who noticed.
So, in summary, I had so much fun performing tonight. As usual.
Now, I just have to drag myself out of this bed and get all this makeup off.
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Documenting my makeup from tonight’s Salonathon show.
Too bad I had already wiped off my glitter lips. A girl’s gotta eat.
I absolutely loved my costume, especially my fringey bra. I had a corset malfunction, but I was the only one who noticed.
So, in summary, I had so much fun performing tonight. As usual.
Now, I just have to drag myself out of this bed and get all this makeup off.
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Documenting my makeup from tonight’s Salonathon show.

Too bad I had already wiped off my glitter lips. A girl’s gotta eat.

I absolutely loved my costume, especially my fringey bra. I had a corset malfunction, but I was the only one who noticed.

So, in summary, I had so much fun performing tonight. As usual.

Now, I just have to drag myself out of this bed and get all this makeup off.

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