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Our last and most ravishing reveal for your step by step ghostly glamour is here...  

The Creative Team brings to life one of our most favorite fashionable villains - Catwoman!  

A little black eyeliner will get you a long way this Halloween season.


Look #3 - Catwoman

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Welcome back to our frighteningly fabulous Halloween hair and makeup looks!  Brought to you by our Creative Team, these too-cute costume ideas are ready for you to rock out step by step just in time for the most spooktacular time of the year...

Look #2 -  Kitschy Alien Queen


This enchanting Dosha Creative Team shoot brings us four queens of winter, each fit for their own haunting tale of beauty in the bleakest of landscapes. Our first model's look, with a pitch black, blunt cut, shaggy bob, deep red lips and porcelain skin, is reminiscent of  a rustic retelling of Snow…




Fall is in the air at Peninsual Park Rose Garden, the fantastic backdrop for Dosha Creative team's haute couture inspired look. Soft romantic curls, a dewy complexion and bold crimson lips go perfectly with this season's chunky fall knits. Hair by Joe Ortis and Makeup by Allyson Williams. Photography by Mark Daniel Muzzy.   

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         It was a family affair at Dosha Creative Team's Summer 2015 photo shoot, with Master Stylist Kim Botner's Daughter modeling and our CEO Kimberly Johnson and her daughter Bella, working hard behind the scenes. Looks were 40's/50's inspired with a modern rockabilly twist. Hair by Kim Botner & Mykla Anderson. Makeup by Tia Phong. Photography by Mark Daniel Muzzy. Swimsuits by Popina, a local Portland designer. 


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It's the most spooktacular time of the year!  

Don't spend another October scouring the Halloween shops for a last minute party look - the Dosha Creative Team has three delightfully stylish Do-It-Yourself costume ideas ready for you in 10 simple steps!  Join us this week to catch each these chic hair and makeup looks worthy of a ghoulish good time...


Look #1 - Paper Doll Sweetheart 


For this recent deliciously androgynous photo shoot, the looks were designed to embrace the feminine, with volumous hair, as well as the tomboy at heart, with a polished undercut, both finished with a smoldering smokey eye. Hair by Chelsea Wescott and Makeup by Tia Phung. Photographer Mark Daniel Muzzy. Clothing by Wildfang Co., a local Portland company and self described band of "modern-day female Robin Hoods, raiding men's closets and manically dispensing, cardigans, wingtips and bowlers." 


The Dosha Creative Team has been hosting Hair and Makeup Jam Session to help team members refine their skills. Put together by leads Chelsea Wescott and Christina Carlsson that classes aim to help members with refining techniques for hair and makeup in a photo- a much different animal then your typical makeup application! The classes are open to any Dosha employees who wish to attend, a great way to dip your toe in the creative water for those of you not quite ready to commit to a full on shoot!


This summer we put together this amazing photo shoot that kind of flew under the radar, but the looks are so incredible that we had to share through again! hair was by Master Stylist Kim Botner and makeup was by Bridal Elite Team member Christina Carlsson! The wardrobe was provided by local shop Physical Element. The dark clothing was the perfect contrast to our bright backgrounds and really made this shoot stand out!

Behind the Scenes 

Kim Botner impressed by using pieces of chicken wire to get the shape in her triangular look,…