About Megan


Beauty Editor


Megan has been a makeup artist, hair stylist and manicurist for just under two years. You might have seen her work published in Yen, Fallen and Cosmo Pregnancy or in ads for Rexona, Arabella Ramsay and Lovisa. Her favourite TV shows are The Golden Girls and Bones. She has worked in Paris, Copenhagen and LA so far this year and loves being in new places, the best being Santa Margherita in Italy followed closely by LA, Rome and the Nevada desert. Unfortunately for other useful fields of study, she retains celebrity gossip information more than anything else (really, ask her anything!). She is a vegetarian who’s most passionate about animal rights. Her family is really cool.





Posts by Megan

Product review: New <id Bronzer

April 15th, 2011 by | No Comments

As a person with ghostly white skin, bronzers can be a little bit of a sore spot for me but I think I may have found my holy grail…

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Foxwood - A Beauty Editorial

March 14th, 2011 by and | 2 Comments

Hopefully our fashion film got you fired up for the beauty editorial! It features a mix of bright lips, bright eyes and glitter. What’s not to love?

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Foxwood - A Beauty Film

March 11th, 2011 by and | 3 Comments

Recently, Jessica and I worked on our first beauty editorial for On The Streets Of Sydney and we have put together a teaser video of the editorial which will be released next week.

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Bold Lip Tutorial

February 22nd, 2011 by and | No Comments

Welcome back to the Beauty section! Today’s video is part 1 in a 3-part series on the makeup for an exciting upcoming beauty editorial…

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New Romanticism

February 14th, 2011 by , and | 1 Comment

“Is this the generation of love? Hot blood, hot thoughts and hot deeds? Why, they are vipers.” – Troilus & Cressida, William Shakespeare.

We have lost our way in love. From Bieber Fever to Warney the nature of romance seems very misguided. This Valentine’s Day, look to where it all began. Look to Romanticism.

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Haute Sport

February 2nd, 2011 by , and | No Comments

Living in a city such as Sydney necessitates that our wardrobe becomes, at least in part, a function of the weather; that our lifestyle shapes our street style. By channelling the active, athletic trend that manifested on the runways of Spring/Summer shows last year, you can stay cool this summer - in both senses of the word.

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Product review - Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation

January 31st, 2011 by | 3 Comments

If there’s one product that I advocate spending a little more of your hard earned cashola on, it’s foundation. Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation is a great all-rounder. Read on the the pros and cons…

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Back to Black

January 27th, 2011 by , and | 8 Comments

modern goth

Calling all fashion fiends and closet goths. If you’re like me and have the tendency to stick with dark tones or more specifically black attire but have been getting frustrated at sticking with perhaps more basic combinations then you would like, look no further. Wearing all black doesn’t have to be boring! Forget about your converse sneakers, indie band tees and skinny jeans - this modernised look is all about mixing textures, adding layers, adding statement accessories and killer footwear and don’t forget to add a rich purple lips like we have which will help to brighten up the dark look.

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Beauty on a Budget

January 25th, 2011 by , , and | 5 Comments

Not everyone has bucket loads of cash to spend on looking their best. Some things you shouldn’t skimp on, like foundation but most products you can buy on a budget. Here are some of my favourite cheap buys, which you can pick up from most supermarkets and Priceline.

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White Heat

January 19th, 2011 by , and | 2 Comments

Summer showed up fashionably late to the party this year, but now that it’s here it’s dying to be heard. When the mercury gets this high it can be hard to find sartorial inspiration. My advice? Stick to the Summer classic - white, and get creative. Layer light textured fabrics, or do the unexpected by wearing knits and long pants; Summer doesn’t have to just be about little dresses and ripped shorts.

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