Playing with different makeup looks and headdresses in the studio!
What are your favorite accessories to have on hand for fashion and photography?
This black lace couture dress is featured over on the Roman Wears blog. Tutus make nearly any dress or lingerie set look so much better.
They’re a great staple for any wardrobe, especially one for photographers and models!
What’s your favorite costume piece in your wardrobe?
We need the contrast in our lives, the good and the bad, to really understand and appreciate life.
The beauty of life always shines in the dark. So when we’re not enveloped in light, we can still find it glowing in the shadows.
How do you take care of yourself during a harder times of life?
We all have dark seasons, and we need to know what’s best for us to get through.
A broken heart healing in darkness, with strength and stubbornness in the shadows.
What do you do to heal your heart?
Darkness with ribbons of light…
Passion is a terrible thing to lose, to waste, to not listen to.
What glows in your life needs to be held sacred, explored, and expressed.
What magic do you have inside of you?
What’s your favorite witchy part of life to enjoy?
Do you love the stars? Forrest? Kitchen? Tarot? Tea and notebooks?
Everything about the magic of life?
Spending some extra time in the studio playing with makeup and costumes.
You can follow the more frequent adventures at Roman.Wears!
Making creativity more of a habit has lead to a lot of burnout lately, but the creative adventures are worth it!
How are you enjoying the Fall?
We all have different versions of ourselves we try to embody.
Confidence, sensuality…. real red hair…
What do you want to embody, and how do you explore and practice it?
Portrait photography is a wonderful way to step into different sides of yourself to see what feels best and get a foothold into what you want to be.
Crimson in the studio….
This gorgeous faux leather color featuring red flowers, fluffs and a tassel is available in the shop!
What gorgeous, sensual things have you been working on?
Part of the key to getting in the habit of creating is making it as easy as possible to get started!
What have you been doing to make creativity a habit?
Sometimes what we love to see in studio isn’t something that works too well in the real world.
We love magic, odd styles and lots of lashes, but in the everyday, it’s a bit harder to manage.
The Blessed Shadows studio will soon be launching a new blog to help make makeup, fashion, and other forms of creativity more of a habit.
It’ll feature and encourage more frequent play, without the weight of a ‘full-on’ photoshoot. Not every look needs a shoot with my best cameras.
Creativity is magic, even when it’s done on a more ‘casual’ basis.
If you have any suggestions for looks, costumes, ideas, etc, or even cheaper phones with high camera quality to consider, I’d love to hear!
Let’s keep making creativity a habit, and keep weaving everyday magic into our lives.