Tuesday, May 27, 2014

AMW Makeover: Trial Makeup For Soon-To-Be-Bride (Airbrush Makeup)

Happy makeover Tuesday AMW friends!
I'm all excited to share a Makeover I've done for my soon-to-be AMW bride!  She's a sister of a very good Beauty Blogger friend (who is very good in makeup) so I'm super glad she entrusted me!

The DAY is this weekend so a week before, Soon-to-be-bride decided to experience an AMW makeover!  I will also share some tips as I go along so feel free to ask questions on comment box below!

Airbrush Trial Makeup
Skin: Combination with a bit of acne marks.
Request: Fresh makeup that helps keep her oils at bay!

For airbrush makeup, it is very important to prime the skin after skincare and cover spots/marks with concealer before you proceed with airbrush foundation application!  I used Benefit's Porefessional all over her face and concealed redness with my Makeup For Ever Concealer Pallette.  I used Graftobian airbrush foundation using dark and light shades to contour and highlight at the same time.

I also applied OCC blush underneath as a base and applied powder blush on top!  That's my secret in making sure the bride won't lose it's "blushing bride" look!

I trimmed her brows and redefined its shape with the mixture of brow gel, brow powder and pencil!  As for the eyes, primers are so important to keep the eyeshadow long lasting so I applied a good amount of Urban Decay Primer Potion and created a soft day-time smoky eye makeup.

Falsies are from ES lashes and I lined her eyes using dark brown gel liner.

I picked a toned down pink lipstick but at the end decided to give coral lips a try....

And we both decided that coral lips looks better on her!  So with a bit of hair flipping, here's her final look!

Do you prefer pink or coral lips for our soon-to-be-Bride?
Thanks for reading!  Have a great day!

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  1. It's like magic!:) Do you have make up workshops?:)

    1. I do have workshops every now and then, just watch out (in this blog) as I usually announce it here :D


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