Thursday, 6 June 2013

Achieve the Vintage Glam Look with Lipstick & Curls

Summer really is upon us, its beautiful out there and everyone's diary is full with events to attend, it could be with work, with friends or with family or you could be cheekily!... gate crushing, I am often pondering on what to wear, the look i will go for days before the event.

So you've got your outfits sorted and whats remaining is Hair and Makeup, - I know this talented lady called Amanda Moorhouse who owns Lipstick & Curls.






They are- a vintage hair and beauty specialist who can assist you to achieve that perfect look on your special day- they also offer personal styling services. Just name the era - 1920s, 30s, 40s they do it beautiful.

The beautiful Amanda founded Lipstick & Curls in 2009; she trained as a hair & make-up stylist at London College of Fashion then worked for 10 years in Fashion and Media. Queen Bee of Hair and Makeup is pretty much what comes to my mind. Just have a look at her work:

















Because of her brilliant work she was in serious demand, she now has a team of 15 of fully trained and experts on Vintage Hair & Makeup. Whatever the look you are want to achieve, they will exceed your expectation, be it: Jazz Era Flapper Girl, Golden Era Hollywood Starlet, Rock N Roll Pin-Up or Mad Men Sex Kitten..... She is the go to girl.

Lipstick & Curls portfolio is to die for- they have been contracted by film companies, Burlesque artists and celebrities all wanting to perfect the Glam Vintage Look. If you are an avid reader of Hair & Beauty publications you will find her editorials there; talented Amanda has also been a consultant on Vintage Hair & Makeup for several documentaries.






















Lipstick & Curls Clients:
Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper's, Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Metro, Cosmopolitan, OK Magazine, Pout Cosmetics, The Daily Mail, ASOS, Radleys, Leo Burnett, Lexis PR, Quintessentially PR, Beseme, What Katie Did, Vintage Patisserie, Vintage at Goodwood, Benefit Cosmetics, Sainsburys, Diet Coke, Liberty, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Amy Winehouse, Charlotte Church, Scissor Sisters, Top Shop, Miss Selfridges, Miss L Fire, Vivienne of Holloway, Irregular Choice.
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