World Class Creativity is just a Friendship Away

Fashion Show Michael Cinco Paris Haute Couture Week

I don’t have any idea that Michael Cinco, a friend base in Dubai will give a show in Paris until I‘ve learned from Albert Andrada, a long time friend of mine that he is going to Paris. I thought all the while that he will just visit and I said that if we can meet. Without seconds he said yes and the excitement begins. He said he will go to Paris for Michael Cinco’s Haute Couture Show. His show will be in the opening of the Paris Couture Week. It is by invitation only and Albert said that he will secure one for me. The original plan is that my partner Ronald will go with me  but he has changed schedules so it will only be me. I got more excited hearing about the show but that is only an extra for me since I really want to see Albert again after those long years. I knew that Michael has already made a name for himself but our chance to meet seems to be very slim when he visits Amsterdam and me in Dubai.


Friendship is What Binds Us


Although Albert and I haven’t seen each other for about 40 years since I went to Amsterdam and he worked in Dubai. We have contact once in  awhile through Facebook. I remember that  he called me up about the time when I was using FB for the past days. He seems to find me through a common friend Jimi working also in one of Dubai’s Royal Families. We have a lot of common friends who are also doing very well in Dubai. I am just so ecstatic with our conversation and talked over people we know and promise to see each other one day. He is still in Dubai working as the head designer from the other Royal Family. Jokingly, he said that I should go there and we will dressed up together with Jimi and I will do their make-ups.



Past Student Days

I am some few years older than Albert. I was already in college while he was in still in highschool. I am from a different university so as he but we used to go to the same campus where most of our common friends visits. There, we have our camaraderie and we talked about fashion, beauty contests and men.The most familiar topic from everybody who has been new and just entering the gay world.That time, we have no idea that we will someday land on the beauty and styling industry in the future. That time,we just like to have fun! We also joined beauty contest as well doing some impersonations on our free time. For me,that is one of the happiest part of our growing up. To be ourselves, and to be with  people we liked. Being with our gay family.



Albert Andrada  Gown Designer of the Reigning Miss Universe

I learned years ago that he and his partner Rene have decided to go back to Manila to start their own atelier there. I have been hearing news about his successes in Manila  and the fashion shows he gave for the elite group. I am just so happy to know about his accomplishments through his postings and news from friends. Being only connected in FB, and his occasional postings of bible verses, it gives me the thought that he is still grounded in spite of his successes . Then came the Miss Universe news! I knew he is dressing up beauty queens and celebrities in Manila and it is not a surprise at all that he will one day dress up the Miss Philippines for the Miss Universe contest. Last year was still  a trying moment for a Filipino designer to dress up representatives to international beauty competitions. The local franchise holder is a former beauty queen from Colombia married to an opulent Filipino businessman. Ironically, gowns of Filipina beauty queens for international competitions and even their national costumes are made by a certain Colombian designer. There are years of protest that a Filipino designer should dress up the Miss Philippines representative but to no avail. Because of strong media calls and the ridiculous national costume and gown by the last representative, the local franchise holder  gave up and allow  Filipino designers dress their queens. Albert was chosen to dress up Pia Alonso Wurtzbach for the Miss Universe Competition. He made a beautiful Terno, one of the Philippines national costumes. It was made in shells and beautiful embroideries. For the evening gown competition, he made a beautiful royal blue gown whose accent is at the back embedded with swarovski crystals. And she won! The third Filipina to win the Miss Universe crown. Who would imagine that Albert would be an instrument to quench the thirst of the Filipinos for the Miss Universe crown in 42 years? My close friend has indeed come a long way, what a success story indeed!


Michael Cinco,  First Filipino Designer in Paris Couture Week

Dubai based Michael Cinco, a member of the Asian Couture Federation was the first Filipino designer to give show in Paris Haute Couture Week. Established names in haute couture fashion are the only ones given a chance to showcase their collections. It was an invitation only event for those whose who in fashion. Michael showcased his 30 pieces collection of hand embroided gowns, laser- cut organza flowers and swarovski encrusted gowns. His collection has an acknowledgement to his Filipino roots. From the mat weavings, the mantillas, terno and barong inspirations, the  couture creations are all hand made and some are embellished with micro beads. A moving art form as his model glide on the runway. A poetry in motion! I have never been so proud that a Filipino will showcase something like that in a city where high fashion is in it’s highest form. I am gratefull to have witnessed this event and be part of this Philippine fashion history.

Melting Down of Creativity


All friends from all over the world who came to support Michael gathered all together after the show for celebration and some bites. With us is Jonas Antonio Gaffud, a well known Filipino  catwalk trainer for beauty candidates both local and international. Most of his last candidates for the Binibining Pilipinas,  dominates the winning girls for the titles at stake. One Filipina winner who will represent for the Miss International crown who is also visiting Paris drop by with her French model boyfriend. Jonas is now busy organizing the next Miss Universe to held in Manila. Albert, Jonas and I stay in the same hotel and they are discussing plans over it’s staging in Manila next year.. It was  fruitful meeting of minds and exchanges of creativities and I am sometimes I am amazed about how big their plans are. But I am surely confident that with this kind of people and with the same level of thinking, all is possible!


My Inspiration

Going back alone in Amsterdam, I felt so big in my heart. A certain fulfillment that I have seen a long lost friend Albert Andrada, and be a witness to a history in Philippine fashion, seeing the Michael Cinco’s Haute Couture Collection in Paris. I am so inspired by how these two creative minds have done things following their dreams. (As I have also done reaching mine establishing my salon in Amsterdam) Fifteen years back in Paris, Michael was on a bench at Jardin de Tuileries dreaming to be one day giving there his show. And it happen. Ahh, yes follow your dreams. Just follow it!

How can we have hair free of split-ends?

Thanks to Criah Kyle for this very interesting question most women have encountered on the process of growing their hairs. She likes to grow her hair longer, but often she has a problem with split ends. Very annoying if you like to have healthy and luscious flowing hair. This is a topic which is on top of mind of many women who likes to grow long hair. How can we avoid this? I will give you my secrets for long hair.

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How to hide freckles by make-up

How to hide freckles by make-up

Thanks to our reader Melanie Anacan i adrees the question: What is the proper make-up with a little bit of freckles?

Freckles are natural physical characteristic of some people commonly to those with lighter skin or hair. They are harmless conditions of the skin and some even called this as little beauty marks.

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Beauty is not only skin deep

This is a blog i have written for TRIBE1946, a dutch Filipino magazine

Many Filipinos believe that the idealization of fair skin originated during the Spanish colonization. The desire for white skin or the “mestizo look” was thought to elevate their status symbol as upper class citizens since men and women in this category mostly have fair complexion.

Preference for fair skin is seen as more attractive evidence of which can be seen in the existence of favoritism for Filipino Tisoys < mixed native Filipinos and white ancestry> in the Pinoy entertainment industry, local beauty competition and the mass media.

Frankly, I feel sad about it. For in reality, this indigenous Malay race is gifted with a nice olive brown skin that is an envy of the Western World. Many Europeans or Americans would spend a fortune to visit sun-streaked holiday islands just to achieve their tan look or lay hours on claustrophobic sun cabins for a quick brown effect.

Your skin is the basis of all aesthetics. It is your largest organ. It covers your entire body and has a surface area of around 2 square meters. It is your protective layer and deserves your utmost care. But how do we get that celebrity flawless skin look? Follow these simple personal health habits I share with you:

1. Balanced diet- Good nutrition is the basic building block of healthy skin. Eat lots of fruits, vegetables and leafy greens;

2. Drink 6-8 glasses of water a day– This will help clear your skin and give it a glow because it will help rid toxins from your body;

3. Exercise- Cardio is what will give your skin that glow because it stimulates blood flow. It is also good for your body and will make you stronger;

4. Wash your face 2x a day– In the morning, splash your face with cold water for about 10 seconds. This helps stimulate blood flow. Then put steamy water in a bowl and place your face above it. Then wash with oil-free cleanser and apply toner or lemon juice to moisturize;

5. Try to keep stress to a minimum– I know for a fact that majority of us have to deal with stress frequently but stress can cause break-outs. Try meditating or just take a few minutes in the day to sit back, clear your mind and do something you enjoy!;

6. Get 8 hours of sleep– At night, while we sleep, our bodies have the opportunity to rejuvenate themselves and sleep also keeps under eye circles away.

Now that you are ready with your body’s beauty foundation, you can start exploring the aesthetic of your other body parts. But be aware, beauty is not only on the outside but on the inside as well. Beauty is in fact not only skin deep. It’s in the soul…!


Jitty Vasquez Dela Cruz

Een gesprek met Monique

“Laatst grapte ik tegen Ronald: “Ik kom hier altijd binnen als een oud wijf, maar binnen een uur zie ik er tien jaar jonger uit!” Maar ook belangrijk is dat ze bij Jitty’s echt kijken naar wie ik ben. Ik ga hier altijd weg als mezelf, maar wel een verbeterde versie van mezelf.”

Tekst en interview: Anne Geelen


Naam: Monique van Heynsbergen

Leeftijd: 59 jaar

Hoeveel jaar klant bij Jitty’s:  12,5 jaar

Voor mij zit een verzorgde vrouw met een natuurlijke uitstraling. Ze draagt geen make-up, op wat lipgloss na, en het haar in verschillende grijstinten is fris en vrouwelijk kortgeknipt. Verder vallen vooral haar rood gekleurde brilmontuur en de kuiltjes in haar wangen op, die bij elke lach de diepte in schieten.  Ik ben verrast te horen dat ze in februari 60 wordt. We bestellen een stuk worteltaart “want dat klinkt nog enigszins gezond”; grapt Monique. En voor we het door hebben is het twee uur verder. Want Monique is een klant van het eerste uur, dus heeft genoeg anekdotes en gedachten die ze kan delen over haar keuze voor Jitty’s Hair and Make-up.


”Het team van Jitty’s helpt mij om een ‘leuk oud wijf’ te worden.”

Hoe kwam jij bij Jitty’s Hair and Make-up terecht?

Ik kom hier al vanaf het allereerste begin. Dat is nu 12,5 jaar geleden. Ik bedacht me laatst nog dat ik inmiddels een ‘koperen klant’ ben. In eerste instantie was het een beetje uit luiheid dat ik hier binnen liep, want ik woon hier om de hoek. Maar wat ik ook interessant vond was dat er naast Jitty, die uit de Filippijnen komt,  een Zuid-Amerikaanse kapper werkte. Toen zag het er hier trouwens nog heel primitief uit, zeker als je het vergelijkt met nu. Dat vond ik ook zo leuk. Ik hou van eenvoud. Het gaat mij ook meer om de mensen, dan om het design er omheen.

Je bleef komen, wat was daarbij bepalend?

Wat bepalend is geweest is de persoonlijke benadering bij Jitty’s. Ze kijken echt naar wie ik ben. En luisteren ook goed naar mijn wensen. En dat zie je terug in het resultaat. En het maakt hier ook niet uit wie er binnen loopt en hoe je eruit ziet. Iedereen wordt hier behandeld als een prins of prinses. Daar hoef je niet blond lang haar en maatje 36 voor te hebben. Het valt me altijd op dat het ze hier lukt om bij elk type klant het beste naar boven te halen.

Al na een paar weloverwogen en helder geformuleerde antwoorden van Monique valt het me op dat ze ook een verlegen en onzekere kant heeft. De behoefte om gezien en gehoord te worden is absoluut aanwezig. Maar ook de behoefte om ‘gewoon’ zichzelf te kunnen zijn, zonder opsmuk.  Het gaat er immers om wie je bent, niet hoe je eruit ziet. Dat zou niet moeten uitmaken. Toch zijn er regelmatig momenten in haar leven dat haar uiterlijk er meer dan anders toe doet. En op die momenten komt ze direct naar Jitty’s. Want door de jaren heen vertrouwt ze blind op wat daar bereikt kan worden, zonder dat ze zich zelf hoeft te verliezen.

In 12,5 jaar tijd gebeurt er van alles in je leven. Ik ben een naturel type. Dat zie je ook wel aan mij. Ik streef naar echtheid bij mezelf. Wie ben ik? En wat ik zo fijn vind bij Jitty’s is dat ze meekijken met wat er op dat moment het beste bij mij past. En daar ook naar handelen. En dus ga ik altijd opgewekt weg. Dan voel ik me zelfverzekerd. Iets wat ik niet altijd ben.

Kun je een voorbeeld geven?

Drie jaar terug- op 8 maart, de dag van de vrouw- besloot ik een knoop door te hakken voor mezelf.  Ik ging goed voor mezelf zorgen. Een stap was de keuze om een kaakoperatie te ondergaan en een beugel te nemen. Een heel traject. Dat voelde als een nieuw hoofdstuk dus ik vertelde Jitty erover en dat daar ook een nieuw koppie bij hoorde. Ik had destijds al jaren lang haar, over mijn schouders en het was heel dun en oogde daarom soms piekerig en armoedig. Ik vroeg hem mij te helpen. Jitty vond dat heerlijk. Hij had er zoveel lol in. En toen gaf hij mij voor het eerst een korte coupe, waar ik nog altijd heel gelukkig mee ben. Oh en dat was ook weer zoiets, toen hij klaar was zei hij: “ik heb nog 10 minuutjes. Zal ik ook nog even jouw wenkbrauwen epileren.” Dat gaf hij er als cadeautje bij.

Waarin onderscheidt het team van Jitty’s zich vanandere kappers?

Het verschil tussen gewoon je werk doen en talent hebben. Een keer ging ik –ik zat echt heel krap bij kas- naar een goedkope kapper in de buurt. Ondanks mijn nadrukkelijk uitgesproken wensen, waarop hij driemaal bevestigend reageerde, knipte hij zijn eigen versie van een korte coupe. Ik liep naar buiten met zo’n ouderwets mannelijk kort geknipt kapsel. En ik dacht letterlijk; “Zelfs die 15 euro is zonde van mijn geld.” Ik weet inmiddels heel goed waar ik voor betaal bij Jitty’s en dat is het mij meer dan waard.

Kun je daar een voorbeeld van geven?

Twee weken geleden nog, kwam ik bij Yulia, omdat Jennifer op vakantie was. Die kende mij nog niet. Ze bekeek me goed, om in te schatten wat voor type ik ben. Dus ik zei maar vast: “je gaat me toch geen pottenhoofd geven, hopelijk”. En toen wekte ze gelijk mijn vertrouwen door me kort en duidelijk uit te leggen hoe ze met een paar kleine details kon zorgen dat het korte kapsel toch heel vrouwelijk zou blijven ogen. Ze deed veel meer dan alleen maar degelijk kort knippen.

Monique vertelt dat ze ook altijd nuttige adviezen krijgt bij Jitty’s. Zo gebruikt ze sinds kort een zilvershampoo, die het grijs in haar coupe een extra mooie gloed geeft. En ze heeft thuis inmiddels vier verschillende potten gel en mousse staan, omdat ze het leuk vindt om te kunnen variëren van de ene keer stoer naar een andere keer wat netter of met wat meer glans of volume. En dan begint ze te lachen en haar ogen twinkelen vrolijk mee;

Afgelopen zomer, toen Jennifer mijn haar geknipt had, zei ze ineens: “Hier hoort een zomerlippenstiftje bij!” Overigens vraagt ze bij iets nieuws altijd eerst of ik datwel wil. Het voelt in ieder geval nooit alsof ze me iets willen aansmeren. Maar het leek me wel leuk, dus deed ze het op. En zo heb ik die zomer dus rondgelopen.

Ze kijkt weer bedachtzaam, als ze hieraan toevoegt;

Voor mij voelt het soms best tegenstrijdig, omdat ik eigenlijk de binnenkant veel belangrijker vind dan de buitenkant. Zo sta ik in ieder geval in het leven. Maar als ik me beter voel met mijn uiterlijk, dan helpt het mij wel om een leuker persoon te zijn. En dat is waarom ik hier al 12,5 jaar blijf komen.

Dankzij Jitty’s ben ik een verbeterde versie van mezelf!



For the first time in years I won’t be throwing a birthday party in September. The special reason for this is The L’Oreal Business Forum, or short LBF, that will take place in Dubai for the first time. And Ronald and i will join it!

L’Oréal Business Forum

The ambition of the L’Oréal Business Forum is to inspire its participants to build the brightest business futures in the hairdressing world. The LBF has become a privileged networking opportunity among the best global growth performers. Their 3-day convention is a unique blend of Business and artistic seminars at Dubai’s World Trade Center. Or short, WTC.

Our Goal

And what’s in it for us? Today, Dubai has emerged as a cosmopolitan metropolis that has grown steadily to become a global city and a business and cultural hub of the Middle East and the Persian Gulf region. LBF is a good forum for interaction between us entrepreneurs in the hairdressing world. For us, Dubai is this year best choice for networking with others in our profession. Besides that, personally, this is also my chance to meet long time friends living and working in Dubai, as well as well known fashion designers, whom I knew in my growing years.

Making best of your network

‘’Why don’t you do something with them?” Ronald’s suggestion was immediately put into action and I began to contact Jimi Buenconsejo, a dear friend who is working as the exclusive fashion designer at Za’ abeel Rulers Palace. He told me that our good common friend Edcel Reyes, another well known designer, has moved to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Although we all are long time friends, the idea of collaboration in the field of fashion became urgent. At the LBF the Dubai- Amsterdam-Abu Dhabi Fashion Connection begins!


L’Oréal Business Forum Dutch Delegation

Leaving Amsterdam via Emirates and with eleven delegations for LBF, we will arrive in Dubai on Sunday the twenty first of September. We’ll be staying at the Fairmont Hotel, which is located a stone’s throw away from the WTC where all the activities take place. It will be a combination of business, master-classes, shows, and definitely a lot of fun!

The LBF will end Wednesday with a hair show by Laetitia Guenaou, one of my favourite hairdressers whose showmanship is above spectacular. Then, all the guests will be treated for a dinner on a still undisclosed location in the desert. As the group will go back to Amsterdam, Ronald and I will travel to Abu Dhabi for our photo shoot the following day.

Our creative collaboration fashion project

This photo shoot in Abu Dhabi is organized by Edcel. Its scheduled on Friday to enable everyone to fully participate since this is their free day.

The two other other designers, Aldwin Jlo Ornupia and Ruben Santos are well known Filipino designers who are making waves in this United Arab Emirates capital. They’ve showcased their creations at the Philippine Fashion Week and dressed local celebrities. Our photographer is a sought after photographer, Will Dy who has his own studio in the city centre. Ronald will take footage of the photo session.
We will stay in Abu Dhabi until Saturday and go back to Dubai for our next photo shoot the following day. Jimi has offered his house at the palace, not only for us to stay, but also for the location of the shoot. He has arranged the model, and the creations of Bandoix Flores Nieva for our photo shoot. Bandoix is the creative designer of W-haute Couture and was also featured at the Philippine Fashion Week. He’s currently busy opening a bridal atelier in New York. Ronald will do the photography.

A dream come true

We are so excited about this trip that will culminate within a few days. We will witness the best hairdressers in the world perform and at the same time be around our very dear friends, who are doing what is very dear to our hearts, fashion…!

Jitty Vasquez Dela Cruz

On beauty contest and santacruzan

This is a Blog i have writen for a Dutch Pinoy magazine Tribe1946

Believe it or not, in the Philippines, beauty contest is already a significant part of the Filipino culture. It has become a mainstay of Filipino existence, a symbol of national identity and a source of enjoyment and pride.

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Een gesprek met Guido

“Elke keer als ik kom vragen ze “Hoe wil je het?”. Telkens luidt mijn antwoord: “Kort”. En altijd vertrek ik met ‘meer’ haar, dan waarmee ik kwam. Dat is in een notendop waarom ik bij Jitty’s blijf komen.”

Tekst en interview: Anne Geelen

Naam:     Guido Hooijer

Leeftijd:    52 jaar

Hoeveel jaar klant bij Jitty’s:  5 jaar

Heldere twinkelende ogen en een frisse coupe, gekleed in een rood overhemd met bijpassende rood suède schoenen. Zijn vrolijke en verzorgde voorkomen is het eerste dat mij opvalt aan Guido Hooijer, als hij zich aan me voorstelt op de vroege ochtend in café Du Cap. Dat hij daarnaast heel levendig en charismatisch is, kom ik achter als we -onder het genot van een espresso en een verse muntthee- zijn keuze voor Jitty’s bespreken. En dat terwijl hij toch niet echt om de hoek woont.

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A Talk with Germaine

“Ze hebben me als enige kunnen helpen met een hoofdhuidprobleem dat ik had. Zelfs de dermatoloog kon dat niet. Bij Jitty’s namen ze mijn probleem serieus. Ze dachten echt met mij mee.”

Tekst en interview: Anne Geelen

germaine Naam: Germaine HoensLeeftijd: 42 jaarHoeveel jaar klant bij Jitty’s: 6 jaar

Ik tref Germaine bij café DuCap op het Kwakersplein op zondagochtend 11.00 uur. Voor mij zit een levendige brunette, met een subtiel gelaagde loshangende coupe waar duidelijk een eigen slag in zit. Met haar prettig klinkende Brabants accent weet ze vrij snel en moeiteloos duidelijk te maken waarom zij nu al 6 jaar heel bewust kiest voor Jitty’s Hair and Make-up.

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Hair and Make-up photoshoot

The making of a photo shoot


The excitement of making a photo shoot has always given me an extra stamina. From the time that I am thinking of the looks that I would like to make, the hairstyle and make-up to the clothes that my model will going to wear plus the location of course that will insure the message that I would like to project. It is an ongoing process of thinking about several looks you can do in one model on the very same day. The change of make-ups and hairstyles on one model to achieve different looks will save you a lot of time and effort.


To be sure that you get the look that you want, it is always better to find a model that has an expression on her face, a good body frame, healthy hair and skin but most of all, she must be photogenic and can move. And then I found Kaye.The first time I met Kaye on a party, I immediately ask her if she like to model for me. She is staying in America  for vacation and will be leaving sooner after her holiday. I have noticed her good bone structure and long dark brown hair. Some good qualities for a hair pictorial. Gladly, without hesitation, she says yes.


To take advantage while she’s here, I set an appointment immediately after so that we can have our photo shoot. She came on time on our designated date  and after looking carefully on her hair and see it’s potentials, I proceed by washing it to prepare for the style that has been playing on my mind. I checked her bangs and cut it blunt while giving some layers just in the front areas. I know I will be giving her several looks so I work first on a difficult style and plans to tone it down later as the photo shoot progress.


Planning a style requires some techniques that you know beforehand will be going to be useful for the next look. I set half of her very long straight hair till the ends with a long curve wire in zigzag and secure it with a pin. This will enable her hair to achieve more volume and form for the look I want to create. I leave the pony and the shafts real straight for dramatic effect and distinction. I know that I needed that for the other look.


Modern inspiration who represent the new face of beauty for today’s look you see on fashion editorials are clean natural looks. It is young, fresh and youthful looking.For me, a clear complexion is always a must for every model that I like to work with. Luckily, Kaye has that qualities and I don’t have to camouflage with more foundations. I like to focus on her hairstyle so I give her a very natural look, fresh and an assuming. If you are doing make-up in a photo shoot and will try more of an evening look later, it is better to start with a natural look because it is easier to add make-up than doing less afterwards.


Choosing the right outfit is as important as the hair and make-up. It will do or fail the look you want to achieve.If you are doing a hair pictorial, the styling must on compete with the hairstyle but on the other hand, the two should compensate to each other. Luckily I have a good friend designer Jelica Cicic who provided the clothes for the shoot. She brings a number of day wear and modern jumpsuits plus an array of leggings from her new collections. The clothes that I have chosen for the first look is a very modern overall in jersey and lycra that fits perfectly to Kaye’s frail body.


Finding the right photographer is always not easy. I am just fortunate that my partner Ronald is always willing to do our photo shoot himself. My association with Ronald as a photographer landed me on different hair competitions and eventually at the L’Oreal Color Trophy where I won the Grazia Public Award. His keen eye on taking photos was evident on all of our works at Jitty’s Hair and Make-up. There is always a process in his work and his ability to connect with his models, plus of course his good use of lights or natural environments. In fashion or glamour industry, photos are done in multiple shots only to find the very best one. The coordination between model and photographer is also so crucial that one movement is needed to be catch for a good result.


After Ronald finds a suitable location and setting the proper lightings, the camera starts clicking and I am so surprised by the way Kaye moves and project herself on different angles. She is acting like a real pro and needs less instructions. The way she project herself was incredible. How I love the way she moves and sway her body for every clicks.We are just doing the first look and I am just so thrilled to do the next one. For the second look, I made her hair looks shorter like a bob. By gathering the entire lenghts of the hair and hiding it on the back while leaving the front straight, I have the look that I want. Additional make-up is applied  for a more sophisticated look. We are almost finished with the shoot but yet I insist on making a close up for a different hairstyle. Ronald set the lightings again for a more dramatic effect. It was almost very late when we are finish but frankly, I am very much satisfied with the results. Yet another fruitful day have passed but still I am inspired to do another one…..!

The photo’s can be seen here: 

Hair and Make-up in this shoot: Jitty Vasquez Dela Cruz

Model: Kay

Dress: Jelica Cecic Multipass

Photography: Ronald Pronk RonaldPronk-fotografie