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A year in the life of Make up artist Amy Prifti - 2014

Wow, what an amazing 2014 this has been!



As well as starting up my own Make up Academy where I have met lots of lovely people, some of whom went on to work along side me and now have their own make up business which I am so proud to be a part of.

I still have my Wedding Hair and Make up business  which I love doing and feel privileged to be a part of any brides big day.

On top to that I have my self employed hair, make up business and beauty business, make and style wigs for various theatre productions and am lucky enough to work at Glyndebourne Opera House during their season in Sussex as well as being the hair stylist for Annabelle's Wigs and having so many fab experiences this year that I don't think I could list them all!

Some of my highlights have been;
CATWALKS
Designing the hair and make up for Isaac Raymond Fashion along with Fran Carter where we was joined by a whole team of make up artists and hair stylists to create all the looks needed for the show.

Styling wigs at the Mia Pichi Catwalk with Annabelle's wigs for Inanch Hair
Styling Annabelle's wigs for the Saropol Show for London Fashion Week with Danny Defreitas

PHOTO SHOOTS

I have been lucky enough to work on so many photo shoots this year so am finding it pretty hard to narrow down my highlights but top on my list would have to be this shoot taken at Amberley Castle in May with the mega talented costume designer Chrissie Nicholson-Wild 


This was a really special shoot for me and will remain strongly in my memories for years to come. Not only because of the amazing dresses that Chrissie lovingly created but because of the team of people I had the pleasure of working with  being so relaxed, professional and making the whole day fun (new friendships were made) plus the location being extra amazing. (It's a real friggin castle that you get to stay in and walk around freely)
Photographer - David Long, Exposure Studios London
Hair pieces - Annabelle's Wigs
Location - Amberley Castle
Costume Designer - Chrissie Nicholson-Wild, Curve Couture

It is always a joy to work with photographer John Farrar and we created lots of fun looks on various models.
 Models; Emily Bunclark, Charlie Ray, PortiaVictoria, Faith Oboe

I would like to thank everyone who I worked with this year for making it such a great, creative and colourful year and I am really looking forward to working with new and old creatives in 2015.

Hope you all have a good one :-) - Amy Prifti  - Hair and make up Artist


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