We had such a blast trekking around Atlanta with this babe. We started at Jackson Street Bridge and then explored the areas nearby for unique spots. We eventually ended up at Little 5 Points, which is one of the most unique spots in Atlanta, in my opinion!
P.S. if you ever find yourself in Little 5 Points do yourself a favor and don’t leave without visiting The Junkman’s Daughter and having a burger from The Vortex. My mouth is watering just thinking about it…
Hair & Makeup: Candace Martin Beauty — who never has ceased to amaze me with how she can do such great work whether it’s in an studio, on a sidewalk, or in the woods! She is the epitome of a true artist for sure!
Ok and now the milk bath situation…
You guys, this was my first time doing a milk bath, and let’s just say I learned a lot!
1: The water is freezing and you either need a heater or for the model to be a trooper. Lucky for me, McKinley was an absolute trooper.
2: You must have an amazing makeup artist who has products that will last in the water. Shoutout to the queen, Candace Martin for being very well prepared.
3: (Presumably the most important step) When you dump the water out, you MUST wash everything off with clean water or you might wake up the following day and smell spoiled milk that has baked itself into the driveway…oops.
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