It was a pleasure to be invited to do Lizzie’s bridal makeup at The Curradine Barns, Worcester. Bob, her husband-to-be, was a childhood friend which meant it was even more special for me! And an even bigger honour to be trusted with Lizzie’s lovely face. Lizzie wanted a fresh, radiant glow that worked well with … Read moreBridal Makeup at The Curradine Barns, Worcester: Lizzie and Bob
Georgina Lucy is a Bridal Coach from Birmingham. She loves talking about bridal makeup and skincare and it’s been a topic of conversation in her Mindful Bride Tribe Facebook group. As she says, ‘wedding wellbeing isn’t just about mindset, it’s about feeling your best and empowering yourself with knowledge in order to help you do that. That’s why I want … Read moreBridal Makeup and Skincare Q&A
Put simply, airbrush makeup is a technique of applying makeup. Makeup is sprayed onto the skin through a compressor instead of using fingers, sponges or brushes. The compressor has settings that can be adjusted to suit a particular look. And through changing the compressors’ settings the coverage of the product can be adjusted. Really it’s … Read moreWhat’s Airbrush Makeup?
What’s in my kit is my most frequently asked question. And the answer is products that have proven that they can last a very emotional day. Bridal makeup has to be long-wearing before anything else. After-all, the threat of tears, rain and humidity is high! But I wanted my kit to reflect the quality and luxury of a wedding day.
6-8 weeks before your wedding day is the perfect time to have your bridal makeup trial. This might seem a little late if you made your booking two years ahead of your date. But if you’ve done your research on your Artist then this really shouldn’t be a problem.