Channeling the woodland spirit

Woodland Spirit. The title suggests some mythical nymph-like beauty. And at the start of Bret Sano’s shoot, model Kaylin surely does have a pretty, innocent quality in white lace and natural makeup.

But as the day darkens so too does her look, turning witch-like with wild hair and deep burgundy stained lips. Catie Conlon’s styling aids in the transformation, turning to dark woodland hues to match Rosie Moreno’s makeup and the unruly tresses styled by Jodie Gilliam.

Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano

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Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano
Woodland Spirit by Bret Sano

View the full shoot by Bret Sano (bretsano.com) by clicking on the gallery.

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