Roger Cabello, known for his vibrant cosmetic compositions, plays with light, pigment, and texture to create this year's best of beauty images.
Roger Cabello shoots a plethora of neutrals for Allure magazine. When it comes to your eyes, nails, and lips this season, dont be afraid to go nuts with nudes! Turn to shades of beige, bronze, peach, and gold for a healthy, natural look.
The smoky eye - a little bit rock n' roll, a little bit sexy...it's a "let your hair down & dance like no ones watching" kind of vibe.
Roger Cabello shot all the essentials you'll need to get the look in the most recent feature for Allure magazine.
Blushes, lipsticks and creams, oh my! Roger Cabello shoots the most coveted products of 2012 for Allure's annual Best of Beauty review.
Roger Cabello covers all the cosmetics you're coveting in the yearly issue of Allure's "Reader's Choice Awards". Roger's pictures convey the creamy texture, the lusterous finish, the colorful nature of each & every beauty product readers could get their hands on.
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Celebrating color for their May 2012 "backstage beauty" - Roger Cabello's rainbow of eye shadows is a fantastic interpretation of the color trend that is big for spring & summer this year!
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The favorite ritual of a mani / pedi, picking the perfect shade (or shades depending on your preference) for your digits to display. Allure magazine, lensed by our own Roger Cabello, has isolated the 5 top shades for spring which includes an unexpected 'muted teal' color we're interested to see out in the real world. We noticed similar shades in some of our other photograher's work as well...Send us your mani / pedi pics or post it to our facebook.
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With the tempurates rapidly rising here in NYC we have a strong case of spring fever! Roger Cabello's latest for Allure magazine have us wanting to try out these colorful cosemetics & get outside!
For an extra dose of Spring a la Roger Cabello...some of his 'cosmetics' flowers!
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