Posh Sauvage First Issue                                                                                                         About Beauty with Lynette Arlene


Texture and movement by Lynette Arlene fo Lynette Arlene Make up ARt.

Creating Portrait Beauties

About beauty...

When we are on a set shooting a fabulous model with an incredible photographer, creative stylist and makeup artist with great fashion designer’s collections in our hands, you have a team able to make something happen no matter what.

But when you are working with a model without all of those factors she becomes a canvas, a sculpture. Something to paint, to form, to create truly something out of an idea.

In this beauty editorial the concept was to work with movement, fibers, texture.

Working with the material on the model, the wrap was manipulated to have more creases, creating more texture and lines. The hair needed to reflect in it’s untidiness, it was still well formed with it’s shape. Working on continuity in important in whatever you are creating. It creates harmony.

Marieke’s image represents a regal stature because her makeup and posture are clean and precise while her hair is in play with her wrap, unpredictable, yet with pleasing direction.

Thank you to everyone who worked on this shoot.

- Lynette Arlene

Texture and Movement


FASHION   |   Cover    |   All that Glitters   |   Golden Royale   |   Pure   |   Windfall in Athens   |   Backstage

BEAUTY   |   Eye of the Beholder   |   Bold   |   Minimalist   |   Sophisticated   |  Surrender   |  Texture   |   White 

FEATURED Submissions   |   makeup art   |   writing   |   music  

INTERVIEWS   |   Dimitris Strepkos   |   Douglas Bassett   |  Fenia Labropoulou   |  Gao Jie   |   Genet Ojeto   |   Jean Baptiste Fort   |   Todd Anthony Tyler  

CULTURE   |   arcology   |   welcome to the end

FEATURED product   |   Caviar Manicure

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