First of all, thank you for reading. In my previous blog post, you’d see my client, Sahar done-up with gold glitter, a smokey eye and a red lip.
In that post I also mentioned I would normally focus on making the skin look like skin as much as possible. What I mean by this is… The texture of the skin isn’t changed. There is something spectacular about keeping the skin in its natural state – enhancing it with makeup of course, by simply evening out the tone, and radiance without slapping on a “coat” of foundation. Today’s look is a pure example of this!
Meet Halley – Obviously stunning, reserved and full of smiles! Artists appreciate a smiling bride 😉
(iPhone, Natural Light/No Photoshop)
Moments before I began applying the false lashes as we did at the trial, in walks her husband-to-be who had one last request… NO false lashes (No matter how natural they’d appear). He wanted to look at her and see his soon-to-be Wife’s final look in her real beauty. *Tear Jerker for sure..* For this reason, we opted for a sheer yet build able coverage foundation – Make Up For Ever Face and Body. The coverage was perfectly suitable for her Mehendi Night and not to mention her already flawless complexion. We even uncovered her beauty marks for added naturalness. 😍😍
Look out for full deets below! 🙂
- Laura Mercier Primer
- Cover Fx Mattifying Primer
- Mac Paint Pot in Soft Ocre
- Tarte Eyeshadow from the Sea Collection
- Inglot Gel Eyeliner #66
- Make Up For Ever – Face and Body
- L.A. Girl Pro Concealer
- Stila Liquid Lipstick
- NARS loose setting powder – Crystal
- Make Up For Ever Mist n Fix
- ABH Brow Book in Medium Brown
- Too Faced Candlelight Glow
Redden Heat Protect Spray
Giovanni Hair Serum
Redken Anti Frizz Polishing Milk
Morrocan Oil Hair Spray
****Tip of the Day: Every woman should marry a man that adornes her beauty in its own respect.