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Recent Bridal Makeup

Hi there! I hope you all had a great weekend. I wanted to share wedding makeup that I did 2 weekends ago, for beautiful bride Saba.

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From trial to her wedding day, doesn’t she look gorgeous! Saba was going to be doing an outfit change for her reception, so wanted a makeup look that would look great with both. She had a traditional gold & red ceremony outfit, and then a more modern Fall-colored rust and purple outfit for later that day. I developed a look that incorporated gold glitter and a great red lip. Since those were going to be the shining stars of the look, I went with a more muted smokey eye, incorporating dull reddish tones, purple and grey.

Here are the details of her look:

Eyes:

Urban Decay Primer Potion in Greed all over lid and up to browbone. (It is apparently discontinued and available for half price at UD’s website!)

Eyeshadows (all by MAC) – Gorgeous Gold on the lid, Coppering, Antiqued and Sketch in the crease, Print in the outer V and Ricepaper as highlight

Sally girl Gold glitter packed on top of the Gorgeous Gold.

Inglot black AMC matte gel liner on top and lower lashlines.

Red Cherry #37 lashes

Face:

Temptu airbrush foundation

Blush- MAC gingerly, Nars Orgasm, and MAC trace gold as highlighter

ELF bronzer for contour

Concealer- Bobbi Brown peach corrector

Make Up For Ever HD setting powder

Make Up For Ever Mist & Fix setting spray

Lips:

Discontinued max factor Red Lip Stain, with Philosophy gloss on top.

behind the scenes

behind the scenes

What do you think of her look?

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