It’s wedding season, and guests want to look their very best, so this post is all about creating a fresh, colorful look that’s easy to achieve.
My model (who’s also one of my BFF’s) was wearing a multicolored dress of various shades, including orange, turquoise, and fuchsia. After adding an eye primer, I decided to play up her eyes by swiping Magnolia Makeup Pigment in Green Tea on the inner eyelids. This super bright green packs a punch, but looks really good on many skin tones. It’s actually one of my favorite green pigments, because it has a bit of a yellow base, even though it’s described on the website as being, “light, olive-green.” I used MAC’s 233 Split Fibre Eye Shadow brush because it’s just the right size for laying down product that I don’t enjoy scattering everywhere! For the rest of the eyelid, I actually just used one more color from Inglot (#331) that I blended from the center of the eyelid out and then up into the crease area. I used two different eyeliners, one being Make Up For Ever Aqua Eye Liner in 12L and MAC Eye Liner in Smolder. You can’t go wrong with either of these liners.
My model had long lashes that I chose to enhance with mascara versus adding lashes. Make Up For Ever Smokey Extravagant was my “go to” and framed my girl’s lashes beautifully. I like the formula because it doesn’t get clumpy and the application is always smooth. I used NARS Taos on her cheeks and swept a tiny bit of MAC Bronzing Powder over the cheekbones. For the lips, I wanted the color to last, and I also wanted to pick up a bit of the colors in my friend’s dress, so I started with a coat of Covergirl LipPerfection Lipstick in Ravish and followed up with MAC Lipglass in Ravishing to complete the look!