Over the last few weeks I’ve had the absolute pleasure of making over some beautiful ladies ahead of their special events. One of my favourite makeovers of late has been on one of my beautiful regular clients and good friend, Nina.
I love it when Nina books in for her makeovers as she absolutely adores glamorous, exciting and adventurous makeup looks which allow me to be a little more creative. Ever a fan of a heavy eye makeup look and full coverage glamorous skin, this time Nina asked for a dramatic pink and golden eye with strong contouring on the cheekbones ahead of a summery wedding she was attending at Whitley Hall in Sheffield.
Instagram style makeup is something that I’m often asked to re-create, and I’m all too happy to do so. As a makeup artist, it’s my job to hone the skills to adapt to any style of makeup according to what my lovely clients want to wear, and with makeup being a form of self-expression, of course everybody will have a different style and that’s what makes us unique.
Thanks to her angular haircut and gorgeous jawline, Nina can carry off heavier looks extremely well and always suits a beautiful deep contour and wet-look highlight which we created here. I wanted to share her beautiful makeover today as I think she looks absolutely stunning and so many of you loved the image I uploaded to my Faebook business page.
I’ve detailed a list of the products used below that were used on Nina’s face, neck and décolletage to get that beautifully sculpted and polished look.
Embryolisse Lait Creme Concentre
MAC Strobe Cream
MAC Studio Fix Fluid in NC20
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer in Fair
Ben Nye Neutral Set
MAC Mineralize Powder in Medium Tan
MAC Blush in Harmony
The Balm Mary Lou Manizer
MAC Mineralize in Soft & Gentle
Zoeva Bitter Start
Illamasqua Sculpting Powder in Create
TILT Blush Palette
Peaches & Cream Famous Pigment
Illamasqua Pure Pigment in Furore
MAC False Lashes Waterproof Mascara
MAC Liner in Black Track
Ardell Demi Wispy lashes
Dr Paw Paw Original Balm
MAC lipstick in Spirit
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