As a makeup artist it is important to get the foundation just right to suit different skin tones, shades and textures. Here is some inspirational for natural bridal make-up with some sheen. You can see that the blended shadows I have chosen really bring out the eyes.
Amy is very naturally pretty, and so the aim with her wedding makeup was to enhance her natural features with a soft smoky eye, which picked up on the mauve-lavender colours of her bridesmaid dresses. This is a romantic look, and so the cheeks are enhanced from the apple up to the cheek bones, but not too high, as this is a soft look, and the lips are a very natural pink, perfect for an English rose feel.
When doing make-up for the bridesmaids it is important that they do not stand out above the bride, but yet it is my job to ensure they are happy and that I work with their features, and tones, so bridesmaids’ make-up may vary – but will also complement the bride’s look, and go along with the overall theme, including colour and style.
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More and more brides are opting for false lashes… and this photograph taken by Penny Young of one of the brides shows exactly why… she looks so demure, yet flirty… And this is how lashes can take make-up to the next level of special…
The bride opted for a rosy, pink look, with glossy kissable lips… the eyes set the final look off; this look is all about the lashes – and the shadow is there to bring it all together, keeping the lighter shades to the inside of the eye, and building up the colour to the outer black edge. #lovelashes
Photo by Penny Young
I see the beauty in all of my clients, but taking a naturally pretty bride and bringing out her inner beauty with the art of make-up is such a joy for me.
This bride has lovely features and I have applied #Airbase airbrushing foundation to reduce the redness on her nose and to even out skin tone.
The lashes open up her eyes, allowing the stunning green to sparkle.
Rosy cheeks and soft pink lips are subtle and pretty to balance out the dramatic eyes.
I have been asked a few times, why I chose the make-up I did at the Pro Hair Live London – so I thought, I’d share a little bit about each look and this may help brides-to-be choosing their overall make-up and hair for their wedding.
I focused on bringing out Kate’s natural features with berry lipstick and soft tones. The eyes are accentuated with false lashes and a subtle smokiness – all in-keeping with the classic theme.
I applied my signature Marilyn Monroe make-up look on Katie, which is hugely popular with modern brides opting for a fusion of retro and contemporary beauty choices. The cheeks are highlighted, as the lips are strong with the iconic Hollywood choice of red. I chose a pinky-red to suit Katie’s fair complexion and to add a modern twist to the vintage vibe, and added the defined black liner flick and kept the complexion glowing and pretty.
I created a very pretty, neutral look on Bekah, with a flawless complexion and the subtle bronze and metallic shadows pick up on the shades of her hair, and the shimmer of the satin dress.
I kept the make-up so simple on this look, because the hair is such a statement the contrast is needed to balance out the detail. The model also has large features, so these stand out without much definition. The main make-up here is the placement of blusher and shimmer; this runs up the cheekbone in the same line towards the sleek sides of the hair, adding even more height and striking elegance to this avant-garde bridal hairstyle, which was a part of the brief.
Hair: http://www.vickilordbridalhair.co.uk. All models wore dress designs and accessories by Kate Edmondson Bridal Couture (http://www.kateedmondsonbridal.co.uk), Hair was created with Balmain extensions (http://www.balmainhair.com and Batiste Dry Shampoo (http://www.BatisteHair.co.uk). I did the make-up ;o) (http://www.kelliwaldock.co.uk), and photographs were taken by Natalie McCarthy (http://nataliemccarthy.photography).
Thank you for visiting my new make-up website… My name is Kelli, and I am a freelance makeup artist based in Kent.
I have worked in the beauty industry for over fifteen years and I always use the highest quality cosmetics and products on every client.
I provide a special service for bridal makeup and wedding makeup trials, as well as being available as a makeup artist for special occasions, such as proms, and other projects, including events, photo-shoots and shows.
You can browse my photos and services on this website, find out more about me, and my Kent-based salon – Pinkies too. Please feel free to contact me with any queries or for bookings… I look forward to hearing from you:
Phone: 01227 274519
Mobile: 07788 583828
Image of one of my brides, photographed by Dominic Whiten.