The Glam Guru Makeover - Started (Hannon)
I photographed Maggie being examined by the skin doctor before her makeover. This is an update on Tuesday 20 June 2017.
Hannon, the Glam Guru, was very punctual this morning and arrived at 9:30 am at our home. His crew from Homebrew set up their equipment after filming our dog, Java.
Here Maggie is sitting in her lounge waiting for the exciting moment. After weeks of waiting and preparation, the start of filming was finally about to happen.
There was a hive of activity as the TV crew from Homebrew set up their camera and lights. They moved things around to ensure that the filming would capture the right background for each particular scene.
The important first scene with Hannon standing under the arch ready to announce where he is interviewing Maggie. He is a striking figure.
A very hospitable host, Maggie, offered everyone a cup of tea and they just loved that. She is always thinking of others. Hannon commented that it was really good. You may notice that Maggie isn't looking particularly stunning at this stage because in the final cut she would have gone through the whole makeover process. That will only be filmed at a later stage at the Glam Guru's studio.
Each time another scene was shot the TV crew rearranged our home to suit that particular scene. By this time Maggie was well into the flow of things and managed admirably with the whole process.
After all of Maggie's scenes were done the crew from Homebrew were shooting a quilt that Maggie had made for our master bedroom and she had an opportunity to have a relaxed chat with the famous Glam Guru about the future filming at his studio.
In closing, I would like to add that Hannon is a delightful person that makes one feel comfortable in his presence. No wonder he does so well in his industry. Being part of this whole makeover process is not only exciting and very special, we feel honoured to be involved in what Hannon is doing. He is giving ladies a chance to see what possibilities lie in store for them with the right guidance.
If you missed the first article you can read more here.