SOMA Living April 2024

Too much cool, Yoni knew, would remove the warm pigment from her skin, dulling her down. By combing down the color to remove oxidized warmth, Yoni created a low-lighting effect, which maintains previously highlighted hair while adding pockets of depth. For the cut, Yoni assessed her face shape and features to determine the best length would be slightly below Lilia’s collar bone, with long layers to emulate movement

Shoulders to draw the eye to her collarbone and cheekbones. It was so nice getting to know Lilia and her new look! Lee Seidenberg Photography - I met Lilia a few years ago when I was hired to photograph her company’s corporate headshots. (See her before image) For the magazine shoot, she was both nervous and excited to be photographed in a non-corporate style. For the red silk top, we used painterly lighting against a painted blue backdrop. For the wide shot, we positioned Lilia in a classic portrait chair pose and decided to keep the lights, stands, and parts of the backdrop visible in the image. For the green suede jacket, I chose natural window light. For the colorful dress; we went with a bright light and bright, colorful paper, once again opting for a behind-the-scenes peek, leaving parts of the background visible.

and texture and allow her face shape to really shine. Yoni finished the cut with a soft angle, starting at chin level to elongate the space between her chin and

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