For the first time in his life, Tanel decided to do a show where the models had completely different makeup. Thus, types and personalities appeared in front of the audience rather than a goose row of creatures painted as identically as possible. In the performance, each muse shone in her/his own character, and makeup played a key role there.
The make-up for this show was done by Katrin Sangla, the absolute top make-up artist in Estonia, using the best products from the Tradehouse Ilukaubamaja selection.
Photos: Rene Lutterus
Katrin, please tell me a few sentences about some makeup. What was the focus and emphasis of these makeups? How did you play the whole thing?
When doing the make-up for Tanel Veenre’s performance, I based it on the ideas presented by the designer. The eyes were in focus, and I was inspired by the most modern trend in eye makeup at the moment – sirens eyes. Graphic liner lines are emphasized by extensions in the inner and outer corners of the eye. To complement the eyes, I added lipstick shades in deep autumn colours.
Katrin, your hat trick is era-conscious glamour. What draws you to such beauty?
I have always been fascinated by aesthetics and good taste in visuals. When a photo tells a story and fashion reflects character. More intrigue than practicality. Now, when the world moves only towards practicality, the former fashion theatre is a beautiful memory of a creation that reflected the creator’s imagination and was free from mundane boundaries.