Our beautiful bride-to-be over at Lovely by Lindsey wanted a classic bridal makeup look and soft glam waves. She wanted her makeup to be soft, radiant and iconic with baby winged eyeliner and a bold lipstick.
I had fun putting a twist on a traditional smokey eye and used more wine and rose colored eyeshadows. Rather than walk you through step-by-step in text, here’s a quick makeup tutorial video on how you can get the look of this Desert Rose Smokey Eye.
If you’ve hired a professional hair & makeup artist who specializes in Bridal work, chances are you won’t need to do much once they are done. Even with it being such a long day, they know which products and techniques are best to keep your hair & makeup looking fresh all day and night! But it’s always a good idea to have a few staples on hand. So I’ve put together a few beauty products you may need for wedding day touchups.
If you are one to get shiny, it’s a great idea to have a pressed translucent powder on hand. Especially if you are getting married outside, during a warm month or just like to break it down on the dance floor. 💃
I definitely recommend a pressed powder so you’re not messing around with loose powder in your wedding dress! I love this powder by It Cosmetics because it’s a talc-free formula, it mattifies but is infused with silk so it’s not too drying.