Here is my latest shoot for Vogue China by photographer David Dunan, stylist Ellie Grace Cumming, hair by Naoki Komiya, nails by Adam Slee and featuring the beautiful Karmay and incredibly talented dancer Chiaki. We shot this story in an amazing dance studio so I worked with different products to create a glossy, wet look skin with punk inspired eyes. As the skin was very clean with no base I focused on really great skincare and prepped first with an oil facial using Rodin’s Olio Lusso to moisturise and make the skin glow, followed by This Works In Transit Camera Closeup which acts as a primer, moisturiser & mask all in one. MAC’s Fast Response Eye Cream was used under the eyes to combat any darkness and I then added Creme de la Mer’s The Lip Balm to the lips. To create the graphic punk eye I used Tom Ford’s new Eye Defining Pen in Black as it has both a thick and thin nib to give a perfect shape and definition, MAC’s Eye Pencil in Smolder was also pushed into the waterline for that grunge element and lashes were left bare of mascara. To create the sheen on on the body I used baby oil painted on with a brush to highlight shoulders, collarbones and limbs. For the smudged out, grey shadow on the eye I used Estee Lauder Pure Colour Shadow Paint in Steel and an artist brush to blend out across the inner and outer corners of the eye and highlighted the cupids bow and bridge of nose with RMS Living Luminizer. The purple under eye graphic line was created with NARS Soft Touch Shadow Pencil in Trash to get a greasepaint texture that smudged out at the edges for a pop of colour, the skin was kept dewy with MAC Fix + Spray misted over just before the shot was taken. For the bold, sharp eyebrow I used Laura Mercier Eye Pencil in Black Extreme for a strong, angular shape and then buffed in MAC Pigments in Kitchmas and Pink Opal across the cheekbones for a highlight that had a soft, irridescent feel to it.