I’ve been modeling more than usual recently, which has been pretty fun! I modeled for Primp and Blow two weeks ago, and then last week, shot for a new upcoming product – I couldn’t find their website, so I’m assuming it hasn’t launched yet. Truthfully, I don’t really model anymore because of school and work. However, since I graduated in May, my schedule has been a bit more flexible.
Yesterday, I got to model for Bridal4theWin – a team of hairstylists and makeup artists based in Scottsdale. I met Lidia Win, the owner of Bridal4theWin, about 3 years ago on Instagram. We worked on a shoot together and shortly after, I modeled for her makeup class. When Lidia asked me to model for her, I said yes! The shoot was supposed to be held in April, but because of the pandemic, it was rescheduled several times, haha.
Bridal Shoot in Arizona
I love doing bridal shoots because there’s something about it that’s so dreamy and romantic – the hair, the makeup, and most importantly, the dress! The first bridal shoot I did was back in September, you can read about it on the White Wren. Besides the bridal stuff, we also brought in a second outfit of our choice to shoot in. I decided to bring a mint dress from Ann Taylor that I could take some professional headshots in.
We all had different call times in order to stay compliant with the CDC guidelines.
There were other models in addition to this list, but because of the staggered call times, I didn’t meet them all!
Hairstylists and Makeup Artists
Anyway, I love posting behind the scenes on my Instagram stories and I know a few of you love it too! I figured, why not bring my camera and shoot some photos to show you all? I hope you enjoy this!
P.S. Thanks, Lidia, for getting us lunch. Delicious.