Cost of Beauty Campaign Shoot #2
Today we shot another element of my Cost of Beauty Campaign which aimed to capture the horrendous pains of which an animal may go through, whether it be before being tested upon or before being killed for food or fur.
Although we took the objective of this shoot very seriously, the explored ways to demonstrate this through colour, creative posture and props.
It also gave me the chance to spend the day with my little sister Junior Miss Lancashire!
The images will be released shortly but for now, I would like to dedicate this post to say thank you to everyone who has supported this campaign. It is definitely going places and it’s increased publicity is well deserved for the hard efforts of the team who are helping create the project’s awareness.
Thank you Sophie for your extremely talented photography and for all your creative ideas and influences.
A big thank you to Hannah Gallagher for your extremely incredible make up and for being able to capture the strong and empowered look we were aiming for. This make up is flawless!
And thank you to Ammie for helping me model this shoot, you really understood the passion behind this♥️
As many of you know, the Cost of Beauty Campaign began during my finalist journey with the help of Sophie Colquhoun Photography. As one of my duties as Miss Lancashire, I am determined to carry on raising awareness for animal rights and explain the importance of this campaign.
As part of my University Business Enterprise Project, a team and I have come up with a range of recyclable, cruelty free bags to promote and publicise such a worthy cause. Our bags use ethically sourced material, and have all been home-printed! They are priced at an affordable £3 with 50% of all our profits going to PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). They feature a simple animal image alongside some of our brand statements that define my campaign.
With this campaign I am determined to be bold about what we want to achieve, as stated by our page, and your support in spreading the word against animal cruelty and animal testing would be fantastic.
Please take the time to like our page: https://www.facebook.com/uolcob/?fref=ts and have a look at our products. Any questions about the campaign, or
about purchasing one of our shoppers, please don’t hesitate to message this page