January 30, 2015


Some behind the scenes from my most recent shoot Thanks to my gorgeous model Ciara Quinn and the talented con hair, I was able to create this look.
#BridalMakeup #MakeupLooks Photographer David Frain Frainphotography. Photo editing assisting photo editing by Hedvig

Skin prepped with primer, its time for foundation MAKE UP FOR EVER HD, love this formula as its invisible on HD cameras, it and gives flawless coverage.

I set the foundation with a dusting of Medium Care Blend Mineralized Powder by MAC


For this vibrant look

1…I applied base shade 151 from lash line to brow


2…Working with a pencil brush I Contoured with the purple shade #92, tapping off the excess I worked the shade deep into the socket crease, making sure to take it out to the edge of the eyebrows and with the same brush swept the purple shade under Ciara’s eyes.

3…with a clean shader brush MAC 239 I blended the shade deep into the socked crease until the shadow faded just above the socket.

4…Now for a little drama!! Working with the dusky shade that is 142 and with a Pony Tail brush I washed over the socket blending the two shades softly together giving the look a smoky airbrushed effect and a seamless finish to the contouring shade.

5… On the eyelid I applied #134. Working once more to add drama to the overall look I lightly dusted Star Powder 954 on the lid over shade 134.


Shadows by by MAKE UP FOR EVER. €10 when you buy a palette (Normally retail at €19.00)

Star Powder #954 €17.50



Blusher Melba by MAC

Black eyeliner top and bottom and lashings of Zoom Fast Black Lash Mascara by MAC.

I choose a coral colour for the lips to pick up on the gold and topaz stones in the dress. Both by MAKE UP FOR EVER , Lipstick N42 @2€20.50 …Lip pencil 18c @€16.50




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