Tag Archives: teen models

New Teen Editorial: “Girl Next Door”

Photography: Allana Wesley White   www.allanawesleywhite.com

Styling: Anne Karnbock

Hair and Makeup: Colleen Stone   www.colleenstonemakeup.com

Model: Lilly

Model is wearing Zara, Forever 21, Adidas,  H&M, GAP, Abercrombie & Fitch, Converse, Live a Little

 

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Teen Fashion Editorial: Eccentric Style goes neutral in a winter whites palette

Photography by Allana Wesley White Photography  www.allanawesleywhite.com

Hair and makeup by Colleen Stone of Blush and Beyond   www.blushandbeyond.com

Model Tèa Elbaz

Styling available at   H&M   Forever 21   Zara

My New Teen Denim Editorial in Circus Magazine

 

It has been a busy few months and the tear sheets are beginning to come in, and the schedule is filling up with beauty, fitness and fashion productions.  This editorial is from Circus Magazine and Showstyle Kids, and features teen supermodels Tèa Elbaz and Dylan Barron, wearing all the latest denim trends for winter, from brands like Zara, Diesel, Ralph Lauren, Gap, Abercrombie and Blu Lua, styled by the amazing Chad Tucker of Wilhelmina Artists.  Hair and makeup is by Colleen Stone, also from Wilhelmina Artists.  Check out Tèa’s braids!

I will have so many more productions to share with you all soon!  Have a great week!

Photography:  Allana Wesley White Photography  www.allanawesleywhite.com

Chic and breezy summer style: new editorial with teen model Tèa Elbaz

Here’s a look at my new juniors summer fashion and beauty editorial with Tèa Elbaz. Strong eyebrows, turquoise eyeliner in a cat-eye swoop, fuchsia matte lips,  stripes, pops of color and vivid florals all make for easy summer style.  Accessorize with bold pieces such as a cute lips purse and a lady-like statement necklace, mixed with florals and stripes, for a style update.  Frame your face with bold eyebrows and pull hair back or up to show them off.Stripes are loud and proud this year so go big.  Crochet crop tops and lace shorts are breezy and cool for summer.  Mix patterns and colors, prints and florals, like with this sporty rash guard and skinny jeans.  Let hair be natural with ponytails and skinny braids, and have fun with colorful makeup with like Tèa’s turquoise eye liner and matte deep pink lips.  Metallic belts amp up the style of simple t-shirt dresses.  Jean shorts and chambray shirts are summer essentials:  dress them up with graphic short-sleeve pullovers, floral sneakers and a chic chain strap bag.  Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean style takes a vacation!

Hair and makeup by Colleen Stone of Blush and Beyond

“The first makeup I ever bought was….” Makeup Basics

Recently I shot with Emily V., a teen girl who has modeled since she was quite small. During hair and makeup I overheard her saying that her mom had just helped her pick out her first makeup products and she was excited to start experimenting with them.  It reminded me of my own first encounter with makeup and I remember exactly what my mom got for me, including the little cosmetic case with strawberries on it.  It was a very big deal, indeed, and even though I barely used its contents, I felt very grown up just to have “makeup” of my own.

A great first makeup kit for young girls begins with the basics.  Since most teenagers have the odd pimple or three, a concealer that covers well and disappears on the skin, such as Boots No7 Stay Perfect Blemish Cover, will be top of the list.  Brush sets are great and should include eye shadow brushes, a big blush brush, and an eyelash and eyebrow grooming brush, like this inexpensive set from e.l.f.

 

Girls love to learn how to do different looks with their eye shadows and spend hours watching tutorials online, so having an eye shadow palette with multiple colors will give lots of variety. This set from DuWop has nine colors broken up into three combinations for endless variations.  These particular colors are somewhat sheer so it will be hard to over-do the eyes.  Don’t forget to curl the lashes BEFORE applying mascara so you don’t rip out lashes.  I like to warm up my curler under the warm water tap to help set the curl a bit more.  Tweezerman makes a great all-round eyelash curler.  CoverGirl LashBlast Fusion Mascara has an easy-to-hold wand and leaves the right amount of mascara on the lashes without going overboard.

 

 

Who doesn’t love to try different blush colors?  Clinique has the most delicious colors in their Cheek Pop Blush collection, ranging from pale peachy colors to roses and plums.  Almost too pretty to use!

 

 

Lip glosses and balms are almost the first cosmetic products girls want to buy and try, and most girls will amass a huge collection of them.  Maybelline Baby Lips comes is a great assortment of sheer colors and they really do leave your lips feeling super soft and supple and plump.  Totally addicting!  For a little bit more shine, Stila’s Lip Glaze Trio in Spring Break isn’t too sticky and is easy to apply, and even layer for different tints.

 

 

Finally, you need the perfect place to store all these products and Apple & Bee have the cutest cosmetic cases of all sizes and functions.  And don’t forget a mirror for reapplying.  Choose one that is flat and has a cover like this one from Tweezerman.

 

 

You’re all set!  This is just the beginning of your cosmetic adventures and the looks you will try out on yourself.  Shop around and don’t forget to check out the local drugstores for products that are affordable on a teenage budget.  Take care of your skin and wash off your makeup every night, and don’t forget to wear your SPF everyday!

Emily’s hair and makeup by artist Colleen Stone of Blush and Beyond