Friday, 12 October 2018

How to do your own bridal make-up - base

One of the lovely ladies in my FB group is planning on doing her own make-up for her wedding next year so I said I would do a series of videos on bridal make-up and how to apply it for her. I thought I would start with skin as for me this is the most important thing to get right on your wedding day and it may take a bit of practise.

I've listed a lot of products below and have put a * next to products I've used in the video - everything else is just an alternative suggestion that I would substitute in if needed.

The key to great bridal base make-up is building up thin layers of product rather than fewer thicker ones. This will keep everything blended and fresh and make it last longer and move less.

I don't make it clear at the end but if you apply your make-up a while before your wedding and want to freshen it up then sprtizing it with a setting spray is a great idea. Any questions please feel free to ask and, if you haven't already, subscribe to my channel.



*Bobbi Brown Face Base SPF50
Heliocare 360 Face Fluid SPF50
Heliocare 360 Face Fluid Oil Free
*Laura Mercier Foundation Primer
LimeLife First Base Primer (Travel size)
*NIOD Photography Fluid
LimeLife Perfect Foundation 
*MAC Face & Body
*Pixi Correction Concentrate
*Clarins Instant Concealer
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer
*Trinny London Starlight
Chanel Soleil Tan de Chanel
*Illamasqua Hollow Cream Pigment
NYX Wonderstick 
*Veil Cosmetics Complexion Fix
*Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush in Rose Glow
*Daniel Sandler Invisible Blotting Powder 
*Louise Young Mini Puff
*LimeLife Blusher in Possible
Louise Young Cosmetics Blusher in (Mae & Dolly)
*Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Diffused Light
*Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray (travel size)
LimeLife Time Setter Setting Spray
LimeLife Oil Strike Setting Spray for Oily Skin (travel size) 

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