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April 11, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

For those who just love Vintage Photography

Hello Vintage loving babes,

I hope you are having a wonderful week! School's Back!! Which, is Fabulous!!!, although i am missing my little 8 year old lighting assistant. :D 

I have been busy during the last month with some gorgeous makeover clients.
We had the 2nd runner up of Miss Cooly Rocks On! Pageant in, and we created the most dreamy vintage lingerie photographs. Nerolie brought with her a treasure trove of pastel brunch coats and we combined those with pale pink marabou slippers and a fine china trio. Miss Bree worked her Vintage hair and makeup magic and we were transported into a soft and serene place with Frank Sinatra crooning out his tunes in the background.

I have added a small movie to my You tube Channel and you can click the link
here to watch it. 

Megan Rizzo - Fantasy Photography Gold CoastStudio Fascino

Vintage Photography at Studio Fascino


If you have thought about coming along, grab a girlfriend and book into the last scheduled workshop this Saturday. 16th April. We have a few tickets left. Link is below.  

Vintage Makeup and Vintage Hairstyling techniques that will transport you back to a glamorous era of Rita Haywood, Jean Harlow, Katharine Hepburn and Sophia Loren.

A full day split into 2 sessions. A lesson in vintage makeup application, using both modern and traditional techniques to bring out your inner bombshell. You will see how easy it can be with step-by-step guidance from Bree, how to apply your makeup correctly, choosing the right colour and shade for your complexion. Then the afternoon session is devoted to vintage hairstyling using both modern and traditional techniques. You'll learn the art of pincers, sponge rollers and the all-important brush out. Some quick, easy authentic vintage styles as well as some of the more advanced do’s like the ever popular victory rolls and rolled bangs. In our advanced class you'll learn how style a Poodle, Beehive, Gibson Roll and finger waves. You'll never have a bad hair day again!

All of these workshops have sold out and due to popular demand, so don't delay!

Click here to go to the latest event with spots available. Or go to my Facebook page and on the top toolbar, click on the events tab. 


I have uploaded some fabulous new slideshows to my You Tube Channel. You can click here to watch, subscribe and share them.

If this is something you would love to do, don't delay. The images that we create together will be ones that you will treasure for many generations. Just as we treasure the images of our parents, grandparents and great grandparents.

Pricing and information can be found
here on my website.

Dead Gorgeous Vintage Beauty Tip ~ from Miss Bree

How to tie a 1940s style Turban
With strict rationing on clothing and fabric during WWII, women turned to hats and headwear to update their look. Turbans were a very easy and resourceful choice as women used scarves and fabric off cuts they had at home. Here I've used a remnant piece that's 1m x 1m then folded in half into a triangle.
1. Place the longest side along the back of your neck.
2. Bring the point over the top of your head (it may hang down over your face but that's ok). Tie the sides in a knot over the point.
3. Fold the point over the knot (you may need to roll it up if it's too long) and tuck in under the knot.
4. Tie the sides in another knot.
5. Tuck the ends in to the side where it gathers.
Viola! You can decorate your turban with flower clips or a brooch for a more fabulous Hollywood glamour look, or leave as is. Either way you'll have no more bad hair days!

If you look closely at a tree you'll notice it's knots and dead branches,
just like our bodies.
What we learn is that beauty and imperfection go together wonderfully.
Vintage Photography Megan Rizzo - Fantasy Photography Gold CoastStudio Fascino Miss Nerolie Cupcake.​
Hair and Makeup: Dead Gorgeous MUAH
Photography: Megan Rizzo @ Studio Fascino

I am always open to your creative ideas and concepts, so don't be afraid to ring me for a chat. It doesn't cost anything, and we could come up with something magnificent.

So, give me a buzz, at the studio on 5659 2262 or email me on

Kind Regards
Megan xx


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