Makeup and Hair BTS With Fashion for Conservation
By Kelly Zwicker
Hello fashion lovers,
Fashion for Conservation is sharing some BTS this week on what it's like to be on set with the team, and the fun and intricate details that go into a shoot!
This past Friday, some of the team came together to shoot two looks for the upcoming Fall collection, so be on the lookout for them to be officially released then. As for now, we're revealing the smaller details.
Here we have Rick Toth, Seattle based freelance makeup artist, doing the in-between look touches on model Marie Johansen. Rick is a published, award winning makeup artist, and was a nominee for the 2017 Best of Western Washington Makeup Artists.
Makeup and hair for the shoot was done in downtown Seattle's Vann Edge Salon, with owner Lisa Vann. Aveda products were used for the hair styling, including the gold detail for the second look.
Lisa Vann was on the set hair stylist, and her feature from FFC can be found here. Lisa has travelled the world as an Aveda educator and international editorial stylist.
At this time, pictures of the two looks in this shoot will not be revealed, but stay tuned for that in Fall! On behalf of FFC, we love sharing our staff and BTS moments with you all. There are a lot of small details that go into shows, shoots, and events that we hold, and so many talented individuals are involved.
Until next time xx
FFC staff on set:
Nazanin Alvarez - Creative Director
Lisa Vann- Hair Stylist
Rick Toth: MUA
James Cheng: Photographer
Marie Johansen: Model
Kelly Zwicker: BTS photographer/blogger
Vilté Rooney: Production lead
Monique Ward: Production/ On-set assistant
Jeia Villacis: Production assistant
FFC's Lead Blogger
Kelly is a lifestyle blogger based out of Seattle, Washington. She has her own website kstateofmind.com. She currently blogs her personal style, travel adventures, and health tips. Being a former collegiate tennis player and public health major, Kelly loves to get involved with a variety of collaborations, not excluding her lead blogger role with Fashion for Conservation. She utilizes her passions for photography and writing for her freelance work and creative drive.