Pay day & New wardrobe additions !

Pay day always means new wardrobe additions !

Go to and start treating yourself !





Published work on Alchemist Magazine

One of our shoots ‘Tropic Of Colours’ got published in Alchemist Magazine !

To get Your copy of the magazine go to

Scroll down to see all of the pictures and list of products we used to create those looks. Alchemist Cover Alchemist p12-13

Hair: Pink Rick-rack using  Colour Bug by Kevin Murphy, Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Range
Makeup :

Face: Foundation Skin Base by Illamasqua , NARS Blush in Orgasm

Eyes: MAC Shadow Pigments in Old Gold & Eyeshadow in  Sushi Flower , Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara, MAC Eye Pencil in Smolder , Bodyshop Brow & Lash Gel, Eyelure Lashes 060

Lips: Kryolan Lip Stain in Punk & Pop p14-15

Hair: Fudge Paintbox in Turquoise Blue, Charles Worthington Gloss Spray & Styling Wax
Face: Kryolan Shimmering Event Foundation , Illamasqua Light Liquid Foundation, Inglot Face Blush 20, Lancôme Teint Miracle Correcteur 01

Eyes: MAC Eyeshadow in Mylar & Pigment in Melon, Lancôme WP Khôl in Turquoise & Hypnôse Doll Eyes Mascara, Dior Crayon Khôl in White, Bodyshop Brow & Lash Gel, Eyelure Lashes 020

Lips: Illamasqua Lipstick in Flare Alchemist p16-17

Hair: Fudge Paintbox in Green Envy, Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Range
Face: Kryolan HD Micro Foundation Cream; Kryolan Glamour Glow Palette in Essense; YSL Touché Éclat

Eyes: MAC Pigment in Neo Orange, Eyelure Lashes 020

Lips: MAC Lipstick in Myth Alchemist p18-19

Hair: Fudge Paintbox in Yellow Fever & Clockwork Orange, Charles Worthington Gloss Spray & Styling Wax
Face: MAC Studio Fix Foundation,

Eyes: MAC Eyeshadow in naked Lunch,Inglot Soft Precision Liner 38 & Liquid Liner 33, Lancôme Grandiôse Mascara, Bodyshop Brow & Lash Gel, Eyelure Lashes 020

Lips: Inglot AMC Lip Paint 57, Kryolan High Gloss in Wave Alchemist p20-21

Hair: Colour Bug in Purple by Kevin Murphy, Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Range
Face: Lancôme Teint Idole 24H Foundation, Skin Chemist Under Eye Definer , MAC Bronzing Powder

Eyes: Kryolan Eye/Lip Pencil 906, Lancôme Hypnôse Doll Eyes Mascara, MAC Eye Pencil in Fascination, Eyelure Lashes 020

Lips: Topshop Lip Crayon in Clueless

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz
Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa 
Illustrations: Ewelina Dymek 

Models: Patricia, Sophia & Laura

Es Devlin and Jack Galloway with hair & make-up by Jam Deluxe

Recent Shoot with Es Devlin and Jack Galloway

photographed by Tomas Hein for 38HRS Magazine with Hair & Makeup by Jam Deluxe

Es Devlin is an award winning, international stage designer whose projects range from small scale theatre to global sporting events via opera, dance, pop music and fashion who worked with the likes of LV, Miley Cyrus, Shakira, Rihanna, Kanye West, Jay Z, Lady Gaga and many many more…
Jack is a costume designer who has worked with Batman on a world arena tour, Calendar Girls, Giorgio Armani, Royal Opera House, Opera Northern Ireland, Scottish Opera and many more…
Read the full article at www.38hrs.comEs Devlin and Jack Galloway

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz using Charles Worthington Hair Products
Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa @jaysambarbosa using Mac Make-up

To see more of our work visit

[Collaboration] New Jam Deluxe T-Shirt Collection !!!

A collaboration between Jam Deluxe and 3 amazing  international artists , who created the illustrations based on themes from our work.

Check out their amazing work through the links below!

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I was born in 1986 in Adana, Turkey. I first discovered my talent for drawing when I was 3 years old and drew Little Red Riding Hood’s cape. While in University I studied graphic design, though I was always greatly interested in fashion. Therefore, I soon went to work professionally designing textiles, and later I began to combine my love of drawing with my great affection for fashion.



I’m a twenty-five-year-old self-taught illustrator who lives in Poznań in Poland. Although I graduated from English studies, I decided to follow my greatest passion, which is drawing, and therefore I became a freelance illustrator and started studying graphic design. I’ve also always been interested in fashion so I found a way how to make use of my drawing skills and imagination, and that’s how I became familiar with fashion illustration. Although I work mostly in fashion, I’m always ready to face new drawing challenges outside that particular industry and gain new experiences.

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As young as I could handle a pencil, I always remember myself drawing. More than toys, a plain fresh folio meant everything to me, Infinite possibilities to express myself, my illusions and fears. Never got to take classes, but I assume is the best gift I inherit from my father, who had the ability of drawing beautifully. Born in the 80´s, I was a huge fan of cartoon series like He-man, Thundercats & G.I. Joe. A passion for animation that drove me starts creating my own characters, stories and their behaviour. That was my main motivation to move into the creation and fashion world, graduated in Central Saint Martins in Menswear Fashion Design. Drawing was my way to give shape to my ideas; something I have been doing all my life, either if is for business or just personal purposes. Creativity is my passion, fashion and beauty the paths and drawing is the way. I perfectly know how a Stendhal syndrome feels like, the work of painters like Picasso, Dalí and the whole bunch of the impressionists, photographers like Henri Cartier Brersson, Richard Avedon, Jean Cocteau drawings…; they have all still make me feel it at first sight, among millions of new and/or unknown ones. My lines are pure, fluid, static, and clean with a humoristic approach. My inspirations are hiding and not preconceived, so I discover them when I see them on the paper.



We hope You will love the results as much as we have !

These amazing designs are available to buy at the Jam Deluxe Shop

Fashion Makeup Awards 2014

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Jam Deluxe is pleased to announce that they will be judges at the Fashion Make-up Awards 2014 hosted by E-Makijaż.

This is a worldwide invitation to all Make-up Artists who wishes to take their work to the next level and take advantage of this amazing opportunity.

E-Makijaż and its participating sponsors will provide this platform and all you need to do is submit your beautiful work. Although this is a make-up competition, the Photographer and model will also receive a prize!

For more information and how to submit your work:

Go to :

Good Luck Everyone!



BTS Hyde Park with G-Nome and Got To dance

The performance day has finally arrived and we are more than excited to have seen so many different acts that we have only had the chance to see and admire on the TV.  Here are some backstage pics of their performance in Hyde Park .

Hair, Make-up, Body Paint and Costumes by Jam Deluxe

Please watch out for our reviews on these products !

Amazing products to use in our studio courtesy of Charles Worthington , Fudge and St Tropez Tan , Thank you!

We look forward to using them in our shoots so please watch out for our reviews on these products!

Feature on Michael and Jam Deluxe on Bangstyle

Check out a feature on Michael and Jam Deluxe onBangstyle

Published work on E-Makijaż Magazine

So excited to be featured on 3 double pages of printed editorial by Polish Make-Up Magazine : E-makijaz Magazyn.

Get your copy now from

Photography : Jam Deluxe @Jam_Deluxe

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz

Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa @jaysambarbosa

Styling : Aya Kirihara @ayaaa_n_m

Models: Sophia J, Rachel Chapman, Patricia P, Grace K

Working at BST Hyde Park !

Today we are working at BST Hyde Park supporting G-Nome hosted by Kimberly Wyatt .

Hope to see you there !

#hair #makeup #costumes #gottodance #gnome

Hope to see you there !

Costume Fitting for G-Nome for their BST Hyde Park Performance

Today, we are in a dance studio all the way in Kingston, about a 30 minute train ride from Central London, to meet up with the G-Nome boys. They will be trying out the costumes we have been  designing and making for them for the past week. We have been blessed by one of the hottest day on record , 27°C !!! and this has not been the most comfortable for all the dancers rehearsing for the show!

G-Nome is one of the four artists under the management of Kimberly Wyatt’s very own “…’talent-led company’…”, Beautiful Movements Management. The other three being Boadicea, Ruff Diamond and Lukas McFarlane ( the recent winner of Got To Dance 2013). Tomorrow’s Sunday performance is “Kimberly Wyatt Presents ‘Got To Dance’ at the British Summer Time at Hyde Park, where the artists above will be performing alongside other semi-finalists such as Mini Moves, Gymtasia Evolution and Tom.

















The launch of Daniella Westbrooks latest book “Faith, Hope and Clarity”

A touch of Jam Deluxe before the Book Launch “Faith, Hope and Clarity”

We had a pleasure to do hair and make-up for Danniella Westbrook  and her friends and family for her book launch party.

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meet Harry from TOWIE !

Michael with Kj Artist before the party


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Jam Deluxe on Homotography !!!

@Jam_Deluxe featured on  HOMOTOGRAPHY


Photography : Jam Deluxe

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz
Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa @jaysambarbosa
Model :  Jobe P. @jobepotter





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Pippa by Jam Deluxe

Pippa is a Blogger & Freelance Journalist, check her out at

Roll Series with Pippa by Jam Deluxe


Ink Series with Pippa by Jam Deluxe

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Photography : Jam Deluxe ,  @Jam_Deluxe

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz
Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa @jaysambarbosa
Model :  Pippa B. @PippaBugg



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Ink Series with Jobe

One of our recent shoots with  Jobe Potter for the Ink Series using Kryolan Aquacolor in black for the face and body and white for the hair.
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Photography : Jam Deluxe

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz
Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa @jaysambarbosa
Model :  Jobe P. @jobepotter

Test Shoot with Jobe

Jobe is a model/dancer/performer and is currently the Blue member of G-Nome (@genomelads )

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Photography : Jam Deluxe

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz
Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa @jaysambarbosa
Model :  Jobe P. @jobepotter

Backstage with Jobe in the Jam Deluxe Studio


Jobe is a model/dancer/performer and is currently the Blue member of  G-Nome ( @genomelads ), who have successfully reached the live semi-finals on ‘Got to dance’ on Sky1. Check them out , show some support for some #sixpack #yourfiveaday action! Don’t forget to #votegenome

For this shoot Michael used one of our favourite hair products for men, Sculptor by Hairbond @Hairbond , to achieve a “soft quiff” as seen on the catwalks of Belstaff and Burberry.

For his make-up, Jaysam used Lancôme’s brand new foundation Teint Visionnaire shade 02 achieve that natural finish with a perfect coverage, Lancôme’s Teint Miracle Correcteur in shade 01 to brighten the eyes, all set with Lancôme Poudre Majeur translucent powder. He then used a warmer powder shade in 03 to dust just underneath the cheekbones to create a natural contouring effect. The eyebrows and lashes were brushed through with vaseline to give them a soft sheen.

Lancôme products available at John Lewis, Oxford St, 020 3073 0653

The Hairbond Sculptor Professional Hair Putty is a high density putty that is soft and gives great emulsion type texture to the hair. Designed for separation and hold soft and easy, it works superbly on dry hair and separating thicker hair types. Apply product and sculpt into shape giving great wet look styling results. This product has a scrumptious green apple fragrance. The Sculptor washes out easily in water.

The Hairbond Sculptor Available at :

Photography : Jam Deluxe

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz
Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa @jaysambarbosa
Model :  Jobe P. @jobepotter

Jam Deluxe collaborating with Painted Love

We would love to share  a few pictures from our shoot of our amazing model Sophia J who is wearing a T-shirt with a customised hand-painted print by Painted Love of our previous shoot from the Jam Deluxe Bandage Series. Painted Love is young talent who specialises in hand painted prints made to order on any garment you wish. Check her work out on her Facebook Page !
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Photography : Jam Deluxe

Hair : Michael Sz @mimichaelSz
Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa @jaysambarbosa
Model :  Sophia J.

Print by :

The Supremes

Michael Sz featured by The Supremes, world’s largest weekly hair showcase !


Hair : Michael Sz

Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa

Photography : Jam Deluxe

Styling :

Model : Evelyn-Grace Kennedy

Working with Kj Artist

An amazing up and coming rapper from Essex.

u can check his work on:



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Meeting Gary Cockerill

The man behind the lashes ,

Jam Deluxe with Gary Cockerill for his Eyelash Launch. Can’t wait to use them for our shoots !


Gary’s amazing new PRO LASH COLLECTION in fabulous double DAYTIME TO PLAYTIME,

Pro Lashes are exactly that – professional grade false lashes made from 100% natural hair and offering the buyer two pairs of lashes in one pack – one pair for day and a more exaggerated version of the same style for the evening. There are 16 lash styles in the range – available in 8 double packs – ranging from the natural to the more high glamour for every mood and occasion – and are all inspired by movie heroines and film themes:


Wispish Waif is for the wearer who requires only a wisp/hint of extra lash effect to make the required statement. Gary’s most paired back lashes in the collection, they give the most natural looking effect. As a Wispish Waif devotee, you are wide eyed and pixie like with a playful and carefree spirit.



The Ingénue Eye implies a softness and possessor of gentle beauty – that goes up a gradual notch to deliver the evening impact. You want to make your own impression in a way that is subtle yet effective.



Perfectly pretty, peachy pink and cute, Dolly Dreamers have eyes that are the window to the soul. Innocence and allure collide to create a wonderment day and night.



Stepping it up a notch, why not wear Damsel in a Dress? From the French, Demoiselle, you are indeed a lady who maximises her femininity to dress and impress – day and night. You know just what’s required to make the right impression



If it’s your foxy nature you want to bring out, go for Very Vixen. Your daytime foxiness simmers under the surface to come out in all its glory when the sun goes down!



For the more impactful, the Sultry Siren takes its inspiration from Greek mythology where the Siren has long been a figure of intrigue and enchantment. Here we create an other worldly beauty that lures and captivates the beholder day and night.



The Femme Fatale wearer immediately becomes that mysterious and seductive woman with the ability to entrance and hypnotise. Use your beauty, charm and allure to its most dramatic effect – day or night!



And with Cage aux False, bring out your inner Diva and paint the town red with the most extravagant lashes in the collection. Sparkle and shimmy your way to taking centre stage wherever you are, whatever the time of day and whatever you do!



our goodie bag from Gary 🙂530423_537450866269100_1047390093_n

Jam Deluxe interview on E-Makijaz Magazine

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1. How did your career start in make-up?
If someone had told me 7 years ago that I would have my own company involving make-up and photography,I would have probably laughed in their face. My career in make-up and love for it has certainly evolved into something that feeds my thirst for creativity.
It all started in 2006 after graduating a Fashion Degree in Menswear from Central St. Martin’s College of Arts, where top fashion names were born. Matthew Williamson, Mark Fast, John Galliano, Phoebe Philo, Zac Posen, to name but a few. I looked up to the elite, in the hope to become a member of fashion industry family.

However, after countless unsuccessful interviews with various fashion houses, I decided to look for temporary work to pay for the bills. I was fortunate enough to find a Temping agency which allowed me to work for various Beauty Houses such as Giorgio Armani, YSL, Stella McCartney and promote their latest fragrance launches.

After a few months, I was spotted by Lancôme where I began working as a beauty consultant. I was trained at L’Ècole Lancome on Skincare, Fragrance and basic Make-up and within a few months, I was requested to take an exam in order to join the Lancôme Make-up Artist Team.

Once I passed my exam, I received extensive training and was given the opportunity to do countless events around the UK such as doing the make-up for celebrities on the red carpet at the prestigious BAFTA Awards 4 years in a row.

After over 7 years in Lancôme, this has encouraged me to start a company called Jam Deluxe with my business partner Michal Szostek, where we offer hair,make-up & photography for portfolio, portraits, editorial, fashion and bridal clients. This really allows us to explore what we already know and challenge ourselves on things we have never done before.

2. What do you enjoy most it that profession?
I find it satisfying when I am able to give someone a confidence boost based on the make-up I have personally designed for them or even by teaching them new techniques that changes their normal routine. Everyone is a different canvas and this is a constant challenge that I love embarking on, therefore fulfilling my client’s need specific to them is what I believe to be the ART of make-up.

As well as the varied clientele I get, I also love the numerous make-up products that serve as my tools. Experimenting with them is really exciting.

3. What trends/styles are the most important to you? What period?
Although I anticipate and dream about the future of make-up looks and techniques, I still look at the past for inspiration and the era that I always look back to is 1950’s. I love how this period was so glamorous and represented freedom confidence for women. When I teach women how to apply their make-up, my main priority is to show them how to enhance what they consider as their most valuable facial features. I believe it’s important not to follow trends too much and find the common ground on what you feel comfortable with. My role as a make-up artist is to ensure your make-up is tailored made for YOU.

4. What are you dreams in regards to your career development in make-up and photography?
There are so many facets to make-up and there is always something new that I can learn from other make-up artists or even the clients that I deal with. Similarly with photography, being in various photo-shoots is invaluable; I can pick up tips that I would never have imagined! There are a lot of creatives out there who demonstrate their passion for their specialty by being innovative and thrive to push themselves to the limits. I would like to think that I am one them. I am looking forward to learning new techniques and seeing my skills develop and evolve.
5. What do you like to photograph the most?
It depends on what I am doing at the time. When I am doing research, I tend to photograph inanimate objects for texture and colour and this allows me to analyse them and further develop them into make-up stories. This can be anything from nature to buildings or even things I find in the streets.
When it comes to people, I prefer portraiture! I love capturing people’s vulnerability, the essence of who they are, whether they are masked behind make-up or not. I feel that people cannot show who they really are unless they have complete trust in me, once this trust is established, then the perfect shot is taken.
6. Mieszka Pan i pracuje w Londynie, opowie mi Pan coś o tym?? Jak wygląda rozwój osoby o takim zainteresowaniu w tym mieście? (You live and work in London, can you tell me something about it? How does development of a person with such interests look like in that city?)
I have been living in London for 15 years and I absolutely adore it! It is multi-cultural, dynamic, organic and fast paced so it’s important to keep up. As a make-up artist it inspires me with its long historical background and not to mention the countless museums that I often visit to keep my creative juices flowing.

London is a melting pot of talent and opportunity, where you can see and meet the most interesting people, from the tame to the bizarre. Networking is crucial for me as that is the only way you can get yourself known. As the saying goes “It’s not what you know but who you know”. You can easily explore different avenues of make-up that you may want to specialise in, i.e. media, theatrical, bridal, etc.

7.  What are you most proud of in terms of your career?
I am proud of working for a luxury brand such as Lancôme who has nurtured me in make-up and has given me the most amazing opportunities to work with celebrities and other make-up artists who have inspired me. Here are a few from my list of celebrities clients : Alexandra Burke,Gemma Arterton, Tim Sturgess, Poppy Delavigne, Alexandra Roach, Emilia Fox, Matthew Williamson, Olivia Williams, Talulah Riley, Joanne Froggatt, Laura Carmichael, Hilary Alexander, Bonnie Wright, Danniella Westbrook, Holliday Grainger, Shingai Shoniwa. Hairdressers who I worked with : Toni&Guy, Charles Worthington, Nicky Clarke, Ian Carmichael (hairdresser to The Queen)  Publications such as : British Vogue , Vogue Australia, Instyle, OK!, The Daily Telegraph, ES Magazine.

Of course starting Jam Deluxe has really given me the impetus to develop more.

8. What can I wish for you?
I would Jam Deluxe to expand to the point where we have different teams of make-up artists, hair stylists & photographers travelling to our various clients around the world.


Magazine :


Hair : Michael Sz

Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa

Photography : Jam Deluxe

Styling :

Models: Rachel C.  Sophia J.  Patricia P.


Backstage with KJ Artist

Jam Deluxe was honoured to work with Kj Artist, an amazing up and coming rapper from Essex.

There are a few backstage pictures for you guys !
also u can check his work on:


Hair : Michael Sz

Make-up : Jaysam Barbosa

Photography : Jam Deluxe ,

Model : KJ Artist