Posts Tagged tricia gosingtian
After these cosplay shoots, I got to do another cosplay-themed one, this time for Digital Photographer Philippines (DPP) Magazine. I haven’t checked out the mag though, and I don’t know which issue it came out, so let me know if you’ve seen these so I could hunt for a copy.
When doing cosplay makeup, the most important thing you have to remember is to make the eyes look abnormally huge, like those of anime characters. How? There’s lots of tutorials in YouTube, but here are some tips:
1. Make the model wear contact lenses that make the pupils larger. This alone will instantly make the eyes seem bigger.
2. Pile on the false eyelashes. For the upper lashline, I usually put 2 falsies on each eye, one on top of the other. You also have the option to put falsies on the lower lashline, to make the eyes look cartoon-like.
3. Extend the whites of the eyes (what do you call them scientifically?) by putting white eyeliner on the waterline. If you want to make the eyes look bigger, you could extend the eyeliner all the way on the lower lashline itself, just like what I did for this shoot.
Makeup by Kris Bacani
Models: Kaye Razon and Janeena Chan
Styling and Photos by Tricia Gosingtian
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I can’t quite comprehend how Tricia Gosingtian can command such fanaticism among, well, everyone who adores her. Case in point: My two 2nd cousins (ahem, Rosy and Trisha), both studying at Ateneo, asked me when they saw Tricia’s photos of this shoot in her Tumblr– “How did you know Tricia? We LUUUUV her.” Barely an hour after she posted these pics, one of her 20,000 plus followers booked me for her graduation pictorial because she liked the smokey eyes I did. Few days after that, yet another one of her followers emailed me asking if I could pretty please do a video tutorial on how I did her smokey eyes. Can someone please explain to me how this could happen?
This is my 2nd time to work with her, the first time she was the photographer, and now the model (I guess you have to be specific when booking her, she’s the ultimate slashie– photographer/model/stylist/she could also do hair and makeup). Photographer Edric Chen organized this shoot with other lookbook.nu contributors.
Makeup by Kris Bacani
Shot on location at Pioneer Studios
with CoExist‘s Camille Co, her makeup also done by me =)