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The Shrimp by Thalia – a photo shoot by Lee Malone

Y’all know I’m a big fan of Irish talent, so when I spied this shoot by Lee Malone, styled by Lisa Marie Carroll with make-up by Sarah Lanagan and hair by Pawell Solis, I knew I wanted to feature it. …

Thu, Jun 21, 2012, 07:30

   

Y’all know I’m a big fan of Irish talent, so when I spied this shoot by Lee Malone, styled by Lisa Marie Carroll with make-up by Sarah Lanagan and hair by Pawell Solis, I knew I wanted to feature it. Young Thalia, one of Ireland’s hottest models, looks amazing in the 1960s-inspired get-ups the team concocted for her! Just stunning. As a special bonus, Sarah Lanagan, make-up artist extraordinaire, has done up a summary about how the shoot came to be. So without further ado . . .

A few weeks ago, photographer Lee Malone asked me to do make-up for a shoot to celebrate the work of one the world’s best-known photographers; David Bailey and his muse Jean Shrimpton. Between the 1960s & early 1970s Bailey did numerous shoots with the actress who soon became a rising star thanks to his influence and attention. With our shoot simply entitled “The Shrimp by Thalia”, we aimed to recreate a series that combined some of the most memorable and beautiful images that Bailey had taken over the years. The pictures have been published in the June/July issue of Cliché Magazine, an American publication based in Los Angeles. 

The Make-up:

The make-up design had to be identical to that of the era so I started with the lightweight Teint Innocence Chanel foundation and MAC Select Cover Up concealer applied with a synthetic hair foundation brush to create a flawless, yet fresh base. To give a true 1960s feel, Thalia’s eyes were defined using a thick line of Lancome Art gel liner, matte grey shadow in the sockets and individual lashes on both the top and bottom. Contouring was added for defined cheek bones using a matte bronzer before lips were given a soft, natural effect with a little Bobbi Brown lipstick in the shade “Beige” – one of my favourite neutral lip colours of all time!  

Photographer: Lee Malone (http://www.leemalonephotography.com/)

Stylist: Lisa Marie McCarroll  

(http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lisa-Marie-McCarroll-Stylist/218943274851654)

Make-up: Sarah Lanagan (http://www.sarahlanagan.com/)

Hair: Pawel Solis @ Peter Mark (Grafton St)

Published in Cliché Magazine June/July 2012 (Los Angeles) all images copyright to Lee Malone 2012