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Brides Essence - - Contents - Stu­dio57 Air­brush Make-up, Hair & Ac­ces­sories www.stu­dio57.co.za Tel: 011 679 1906 Cel: 082 821 4796 Fax: 086 238 0214

Old, dirty la­tex sponges, un­hy­gienic pow­der puffs and brushes that re­quire con­stant clean­ing are be­com­ing ob­so­lete be­cause they are be­ing re­placed by a new and mod­ern ap­pli­ca­tion tech­nique – Air­brush­ing!

Air­brush make-up has long been one of the celebri­ties’ best kept se­crets! But now you can have the star treat­ment by hav­ing air­brush make-up done for your wed­ding or func­tion. Air­brush was de­signed for the de­mand­ing needs of film, tele­vi­sion and high def­i­ni­tion. Lead­ing make-up artists around the world use air­brush sys­tems be­cause of the flaw­less cov­er­age. High Def­i­ni­tion is find­ing its way into our per­sonal lives through our cam­eras, video cam­eras and soon our cell phones! Ad­van­tages of air­brush make-up Air­brush make-up is ul­tra hy­gienic and fast. It has a huge ad­van­tage over sponge and brush as it guar­an­tees a nat­u­ral re­sult with smooth and even cov­er­age that is also long last­ing and smudge­proof. Air­brush make-up will cam­ou­flage skin de­fects, yet re­main prac­ti­cally in­vis­i­ble. The skin breathes eas­ily be­cause the make-up doesn’t cover the pores or over stim­u­late the se­bum glands. Air­brush­ing is fast and cuts

the tra­di­tional ap­pli­ca­tion time in half.

Stu­dio57 back­ground

As a pro­fes­sional makeup artist and qual­i­fied hair stylist, Theresa Bouwer started Stu­dio57 and is a full-time free­lance artist based in Wel­tevre­den­park, Gaut­eng. She spe­cial­izes in Beauty, Fash­ion and Ramp and has ex­ten­sive bridal make-up and hair styling ex­pe­ri­ence. Theresa has been in the hair in­dus­try for 13 years and has been do­ing make-up for 6 years.

Belinda Per­sonal make over shoot Sup­plied by: Theresa Bouwer

Kabuki in­spired styled shoot Sup­plied by: Theresa Bouwer

Chere - wed­ding hair and ac­ces­sories Sup­plied by: Theresa Bouwer

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