August 8, 2012

Sleeping Beauty Sneak Peek

I know we took a loooong hiatus from this project, but yesterday we finally we started back up on the Princess Project with Sleeping Beauty.  The photos aren't done yet, but I wanted to put up a few behind the scenes shots, and a few pictures that I snapped on my own camera to get you guys excited!

Thanks to Lindsey Shaun for these behind the scenes pictures - 
 

Here are a few that I took on my own camera of her hair and makeup-

 Stay tuned for the rest of the pictures from the photographers! 


23 comments:

  1. WOW! It's beautiful! The hair is amazing!

    My Own Project

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  2. can you please post how to make a braid headband thanks! love your work. youa re an inspiration to all. G-d bless!

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  3. Such a small world; Chelsea is my cousin! Love your blog and your work. Your blog has inspired me to try new things with my own hair! Love all your tutorials!

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  4. These are absolutely gorgeous! I can only dream that I look that fantastic on my own wedding day one day!!!
    xo

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  5. Are the flowers in her hair fresh? My friend really wants fresh flowers in her hair, but she's worried they will wilt

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    1. Yes they are fresh. The best advice I can give is to wait until the last minute to put the flowers in her hair, and once they are in DON"T hairspray her hair again. It also helps to have extra fresh flowers in water that you can use to replace the ones in her hair half way through the day if you need to.

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  6. Is the braid her hair or is a hair piece that you placed in her hair?? And if it is her hair, is it a french braid on top of her head?

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    1. Yes it is all her hair, and yes I started the braid by her left ear and went across the top.

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  7. How did you put the flowers in her hair? Are they attached to bobby pins? If so, how'd you attach them? If been wanting to wear fresh baby's breath and flowers in my hair, but can't figure out how to make them stay.

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    1. I just put bobby pins around the stems and then put them in.

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    2. What type of flower is the pink one?

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  8. Hi so I was wondering if you could maybe say what makeup you used on the eyes? Just the makeup in general but especially the eyes because I was to do something like this for my senior pictures:)

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  9. Hi this is so beautiful. I wish you were in Florida to do my wedding hair. What types of flowers are in her hair? Also, is that a crown braid?

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    1. I'm not sure what kind of flowers they are, but they are real. And yes it is a crown braid.

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  10. This is beautiful! Where is the location the shoot was at? Also, I loved the gorgeous pictures you took with your own camera. Nice work! What kind of camera and lens were you using?

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    1. The location is at La Caille, and I was using a 5D Mark III with a 50 mm lens.

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  11. Hi steph! Can I just ask what kind/size curler you used for it? My friend's just asked me to recreate this for her formal (Australian prom) and I really want to get this right! Her formal comes before your ebook comes out unfortunately, so I'm just going to have to learn off your beautiful pictures!

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  12. Ann,
    I'm actually going to be releasing it early! When is her formal?

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    1. Her formal is on the 8th of February!

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  13. Did you just twist and pin the curl in the back?or is it a bun?

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  14. What shades of eye makeup and lip gloss did you use? Absolutely fabulous!

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  15. can you but up the steps?

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  16. Hi !
    Can you upload a full tutorial on this hairstyle? It is absolutely amazing and i really want my hair to be like this on my prom night. So gorgeous. what are the type of flowers used?

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