Grassy green just screams spring and fresh – like this fresh-faced kid actor and kid model. She’s a natural beauty! Whoah – those eyes! So I’m pretty sure she doesn’t know who Renee Russo is, but doesn’t she look like a tween version of Renee? So pretty. 🙂 Miss C is more a t-shirt and jeans kind of girl, so the dress was a little stretch. We were talking about her preferred style, and mom mentioned that Miss C likes rock and roll – like REAL rock and roll – Guns and Roses, Scorpions, et al! And not just because she’s heard a couple songs on Guitar Hero – she listens with mom on the radio. Miss C just got even cooler – I think we’ll get along just fine! 🙂 The finale shot. When the setting sun bounces off the building across the street adding a little glam spotlight, you just go with it! Good job, Miss C!
Simply. Clean. Stunning! Working with tween or teen models is so fun! While I work more often with grown-ups and professionals for their business headshots, doing model headshots for children allows for a little more fun and creativity – a touch more artistic flair, if you will. 🙂 True beauty. I don’t recommend makeup for girls under 15. A little mascara or a little tinted lip gloss is plenty. Unless acne is an issue, keep it natural. Those eyes, I tell you! Blue backgrounds and clothes brought out the blue in her eyes – green brought out the green. Clothes that enhance the eyes are always a good idea. Love the cute and sassy attitude in this. Great outfit and a super smile!