So I have just used Moroccan Oil for the first time, and my hair feels absolutely beautiful. It smells divine and covered my hair so easily. I was given the product as a thank you when working with Make up and hair artist Rebecca Claire whilst I was assisting Elspeth Van Der Hole. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone, any type of hair. My hair can occasionally get very dry and broken and in one use this product seems to have already sorted my hair out. Will definitely be buying this from now on!
A styling, finishing and conditioning product for all hair types. Moroccanoil Oil Treatment is an ultra-light formula which is absorbed by the hair instantly, resulting in a natural, silky finish and brilliant shine without leaving a residue. Moroccanoil Oil Treatment has the ability to restore over-processed hair damaged by environmental factors and chemical procedures. Directions for use: – Styling and finishing: After shampooing and conditioning, start with a small amount in the palm of your hand and work it through damp hair. Style as usual. – Protection: To control frizz and protect hair from environmental factors, apply a small amount (few drops) to dry hair as often as needed. – Colour process: Before applying colour, prepare hair by applying approximately 5ml of Moroccanoil Oil Treatment directly on hair and gently massage the product through to enhance the hair’s ability to absorb colour. Do not rinse the hair before applying colour or bleach. Add 4 to 5ml to the colour mix and continue the process as usual. This will enhance shine, elasticity and depth of colour. Moroccanoil Oil Treatment revives, hydrates, and most importantly, detangles hair, wigs and hair extensions. Moroccanoil Oil Treatment is stored in an amber glass bottle to protect the oil from ultra-violet rays that cause oxidation and degradation. Alcohol Free.
Photographs I took today of the amazing and hilarious Eleesha Waldron, my best friend who is forever making me laugh.
These photographs are for my current university project on movement and contemporary dance. I focused on graphical lines and movement within this shoots; entirely processed in black and white.
Another shoot to go alongside the Daphne editorial. Following the same theme, creating the mythological story of Daphne. I shot this at Usk castle with the Beautiful model Briony Watling and my assistant Jessica Puttock. Was a gorgeous sunny day and we were lucky enough to have access to the tower to shoot in. Thanks to Rosie Humphreys for this opportunity. Here are the final photographs. All feedback welcome!!
Sometimes I find it hard, sometimes I struggle to find a smile and think positively and in those dark days I always end up realising theres much to live for, there are dreams and there are goals I haven’t yet reached. The only person you can rely on is yourself, so many people believe they are there for you, when really you are the only person who truly understands yourself. So here’s to my future and my summer.