MARIE JOSEPH MAKEUP WITH BRIDES IN MIND…

October 21, 2014

Brides want to look natural stunning gorgeous but most of all for the makeup to last the whole day. . Things to take into consideration… Makeup should look a little different; after all she will not be getting married in her everyday cloths! There is the gown, hair will be styled, so why should the makeup be the same as her every day look!! What most brides want is to look glamorous, flawless skin, eyes popping, (the eye makeup can be smoky but with a clean finish), and most of all lips most be supple, sensual and kissable!!

Carol Sloan Bride the 16th of August 2014

August bride Carol  xxxDloanIPREPP G_1…Skin prepped and a little Youngblood eye cream applied always works wonders for the eye area.
2….Primer by Youngblood.
3….Foundation… Tient Idole by Lancôme.

Select Mineralised Powder by MAC.
Blush….Blush Prodige 06 by Clarins.
Contouring… Make Up For Ever Sculpting Kit.

IMG_7577Carol wanted a smoky look on her eyes, here I had to balance things, the look while strong had to be clean, particularly under the eyes, so often what can spoil this look is the slightest mess under the eyes.

EYESHADOWS ALL MAC…

Base shade Brulee,
Socket… Espresso applied with a make Up For Ever 15S Pencil Brush & blended in with a MAC shader brush 220 then blended in a lighter shade( Tet-A-Tint) into the socket, it smoked up the shadow & worked like a dream leaving no harsh lines.
EYELID… Rice Paper.
BROW BONE…I added a little Shroom
CORNERS OF THE EYES…I dabbed in Nylon (to light up the inner corners)
EYELINER…Clarins Black Kohl Eyeliner.
MASACARA …MAC Zoom Lash.
To finish I applied individual eyelashes.

Finially the most important part of the makeup along with Carol’s gorgeous gown, the shade and formula of lipstick. I choose Cherish by MAC a pinky peach satin finish it was perfect!!     Bringing in the shade of the bouquet while complimenting the coulour of the Bridesmaid’s dresses.

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