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.
Back in 2010, I completed an Airbase Airbrushing Foundation course, and if you have seen my Services page or what my salon Pinkies offers, you’ll see that I specialise in the application of this foundation technique.
This is a perfect foundation to build a makeup look on for bridal due to its silicone base. This silicone gives a flawless, long lasting, smooth and natural look that doesn’t need any touch-ups throughout the day. So as I already wrote – perfect for a bride! Brides want to look flawless right? And you can perspire with nerves or excitement, or get a sweat on under the lights or heat of the sun, especially in a dress and veil… so you need a base to your makeup, whether you are going natural or glam, that will maintain a fresh finish… and this really does!
Here is the science bit ;o) …
In use, an airbrush atomises the product (in this case Airbase Foundation) making the particles of makeup tiny. This is the reason why airbrush makeup is used in HD TV and film… And this is a revolution as HD TV picks up absolutely every imperfection – but Airbase will hide every imperfection including blemishes, birthmarks and tattoos…. So brides can truly feel like superstars on their wedding day with the knowledge that they will look flawless in their photos and on home video even in high definition!
The image shows before and after using Airbase Airbrushing Foundation.
And it is an honour to see weddings that I have been a part of being published in bridal and wedding magazines like this one that appeared in A Kentish Ceremony!
You can see from the images what a magical day it really was!
See more of my work in magazines on the Press page of my website.