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Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Wedding Make Up

Hello fellow bloggers and readers, thank you for stopping by my page! I'm a complete newbie to the blogosphere but I can already tell that it's going to be so much fun! I have a huge love and passion for make up and fashion. From gorgeous red apple lips to my very favourite signature look, the winged out liner.

As a budding journalist, I decided to create a blog to share fashion and make up advice and opinions whether it be on my own style or that of the celeb world!

I recently did my very gorgeous cousins make up for her wedding day earlier in the month and I must admit, I was a little nervous. Bridal make up has so much potential for disaster but at the same time so much potential for magic.

We kept the look very classic and simplistic, with very neutral colours to open up the eyes and to ensure that they stood out in photographs. We also opted for bright lips and a blusher to contrast nicely with the purity of the white dress. The Chanel cream blush (£27.00) gives a lovely satiny finish. I used the colour 'inspiration' on Laura which really helped to accentuate her cheekbones. I usually go for a blusher that is the same shade as my natural lip colour which also helps to enhance the 'natural look' that many women strive for on their big day. To finish, I used Estée Lauder's double wear loose powder (£28.50) to set the make up and to create a long lasting flawless look.

If however you're looking to go for a bolder image for your wedding make up then enhance the eye's by adding eyeliner along the top and bottom lash line. I really recommend MAC ebony eye pencil. (£14.00) This creates a much more dramatic feel to the over all look.

Here is a picture of the beautiful bride on her special day.

I can't wait to explore all that the beauty world has to offer with you all. Lots of love, Kenzie xxx

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    1. Aw thank you so much lovely! Can't wait to check out your blog xxx

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