Make up by Stephanie Jane on Two Lovers
Fresh and angelic.
Fresh-faced and angelic means super-soft, plump and radiant skin. It also means avoiding any deeply saturated colours or super-defined features. To achieve this look, stick to "non-touring" — hitting the high points of your face with highlighter and avoiding any contour products.
Sweet and blushy.
While looks like "cold girl" and "sunburn blush", are trending on TikTok right now, a little extra colour on your cheeks isn’t just trendy, it’s also just good practice for a bride to avoid looking washed out. A liquid formula is best because of how long it lasts.
Subtle is your friend when it comes to natural wedding makeup, so underpainting your contour, meaning you apply your contour and highlighter before your foundation, instead of on top of it — can help to soften things up a bit.
Monochromatic makeup is all about matching the big three: eyes, lips, and cheeks. The key is finding the perfect tone that brings out your eyes, lips and cheeks in a way that still feels natural. Think deep mauve, peach or rose tones.
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