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Here's a few Images of my makeup for the bride, bridesmaids and mother of the bride.
The bride's mother and sister had travelled all the way from Australia for the joyful occasion.
I did the makeup in The Church Street Townhouse located in the heart of Stratford upon Avon, then travelled to the church in Warwick for touch-ups.
Please Leave a comment if you would like to know what products I used
Sophie is a talented makeup artist based in Nottingham so the pressure was on to make sure everything was up to scratch.
Primer MAC prep and prime skin.
Foundation MAC face & body & YSL touché éclat.
Concealer MAC select cover up and studio finish.
Cheek Illamasqua dixie cream blusher, MAC Harmony blush as contour, Highlight MAC Pearl cream colour base.
Bronzer Bobbi Brown in medium.Eyes-
Highlight MAC vanilla pigment.
Lid MAC expensive pink.
Crease MAC ground brown and bamboo eyeshadows.
Liner MAC blacktrack and liquidlast pointblack.
Lashes Shu Uemura.Lips-
lipsticks in Vegas volt mixed with Saint Germain.
Wedding, my Makeup on a beautiful Bride, Bridesmaids and mother of the Bride. With a list of products used.
It was a great pleasure being part of this wedding, we had a lovely morning. I did the makeup on the bride, her two bridesmaids and her mum.
Key Products used on the Bride:
- Painterly Paint pot MAC- water resistant eyeshadow base that stops the eyeshadow creasing and wearing off
- Shale eyeshadow MAC
- Quarry eyeshadow MAC
- Shadowy lady eyeshadow MAC
- Pro Longwear eye liner Rich Experience- 12-hour waterproof formula
- Blacktrack- gel liner
- Strobe cream
- Prep + Prime Natural Radiance- Hydrates and primes to help the foundation to last, control oil and promote smooth texture.
- Elizabeth Arden cream foundation
- Pro longwear & moisture cover concealer MAC
- Mineralize powder
- Hush highlighter MAC
- Harmony MAC blush- to contour
Here are a few photo's from the gorgeous wedding I did the makeup for in Wales. I stayed in the hotel the night before, as it was about 4 hours from my house, and had such a lovely morning with them all. We got the opportunity to get to know each other and have a good old gossip and lots of fun. I did the makeup for the bride, four bridesmaids, two flower girls and a guest.
I had already done the wedding makeup for Kate's sister Rebecca about 4 years ago, who was one of her bridesmaids.
For Kate's flowers girls the mums wanted a tiny bit of makeup so they felt involved and special, so I used a small amount of blush and a tinted lip conditioner.
Please leave a comment if you want to know any of the products I used! x
The Advanced Photographer Magazine shoot was a Sigma competition for a number of photographers. I did the makeup on the beautiful model Chloe-Jasmine Whichello. The eight finalists got to spend the day shooting in a studio with top fashion photographer Dave Kai Piper. The stunning jewellery was by Lodichka Jewellery.
The key products I used on this shoot were-
- MAC Studio sculpt foundation
- MAC Posey cream blusher
- MAC Pearl cream colour base
- MAC copperplate eyeshadow
- MAC Blacktrack fluidline eye liner
- Ardell demi wispy false lashes
- MAC Beet lip liner
- MAC Craving lipstick
Here are some tear sheets from the Advanced Photographer Magazine.
Here's some behind the scenes photos by Martin Gillman. martingillman.co.uk
This is one of photographer Dave Kai Piper images. www.davekaipiper.co.uk
One of the photographers Kate from LKPhotography sent me a few of the amazing photos from the day. www.lkphotography.co.uk
It was a real pleasure working with everyone involved! x
Photographer: Dave Kai Piper
Assistants: Paul McKelvie & Martin Gillman
Makeup artist: Naomi Mckeever
Styling & Art Direction: CJW
Jewellery: Lodichka Jewellery
Model: Chloe-Jasmine Whichello
Will Cheung: editor of Advanced Photographer
I found these behind the scenes photos of makeup I did for a cosmetic company a few years ago. Hair by my good friend Natalie Mitchell who's touring doing wig dressing for the theater production Oliver. I used all MAC products.
My friends Lucy and Natalie gave me a scrap book to fill with my wedding inspiration pictures. In this post I'll include my tear outs and some photos from my wedding.
Some people think that all catwalk trends are avant-garde theatrical designs, that would be a no go area for brides. To counter this I've put together some of my highlights of spring/summer 2012 and autumn/winter 2011, that I think would work beautifully for brides.
In aid of National wedding month I thought I would compile a collection of brides throughout history who inspire me. Whether it be fictional or real they are all style icons with their glamourous dresses and spectacular headwear.