Lindsey McKeon visits Caravan before her press and events for “Indigenous” during Tribeca Film Festival



Lindsey McKeon began her career at the age of 12 when her mother’s agent suggested she take an acting class. She discovered she had an aptitude for acting, her career took off with an impressive range of roles on both television and in feature films.lindsey-mckeon-indigenous-premiere-in-nyc-2014-tribeca-film-festival_1

She starred as “Katie Peterson” on Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993) from 1996-2000, but is best known for her roles as “Taylor James” on One Tree Hill (2003) and “Marah Lewis” on Guiding Light (1952), where she became a two-time Daytime Emmy nominee. And Supernatural (2005), among others. When Lindsey is not acting, she can be found traveling the world, learning and teaching. She is also on the board of directors of a nonprofit organization.Lindsey stars in the new movie “Indigenous” a film about a group of five American friends on the cusp of adulthood travel to Panama to relax and reconnect. They befriend a local woman in their hotel bar, and despite some ominous whispers, she goes against the specific instructions of her brother and takes the Americans on a day trip into the pristine falls in the nearby jungle. What begins as an innocent outing to a picturesque waterfall quickly turns terrifying after she suddenly goes missing. As night closes in, the friends realize too late the truth behind the rumors—the legendary, bloodsucking Chupacabra is now stalking them. Movie excerpt by  Tribeca Film Festival

Caravan always uses Sexy Hair products for all our hair styling needs. Kryolan Professional Makeup for that perfect on camera look & Ikonic hot tools for creating any look.

We started off by prepping the hair to protect it from heat damage with 450 Headset.  We then used a tapered styling wand all over the hair and tousled it by hand. We did a deep side part and created a side french braid keeping it low and braiding around the nape of the neck using a little Play Dirty to give the braid texture and holdability. The other side of the hair was left loose and with just a bit of Get Layered for a touchable hold that lasts all night her hair was styled to perfection.

Lindsey’s makeup looked stunning and we went with a twist on the smoky eye by using deep plum colors for the eyes and her lips were kept in a natural pink shade. To create the smoky eye we used the eyeshadow palettes called Paris, Tokyo & Mexico City  and with an Aubergine colored cream liner her eyes were perfect. The lips were kept in a natural shade with a lip stain called Gospel.  Valerie used Herban Essentials for all her brushes to prep them so they smelled like Lavender and helped set the makeup with a  fresh scent and utilizing calming natural oils.







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