Even if you’re not planning on tying the knot anytime soon, wedding makeup can be a great source of inspiration for natural, subtle, and feminine beauty looks.
Backstage at the Marchesa bridal show, Revlon Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, gave models an ethereal, luminous look to complement their gowns.
To prep the skin, Westman used Revlon PhotoReady Color Correcting and Perfecting Primers to even out skin tone and emphasize the models’ natural skin.
Cheeks were given a subtle pop of colour with the Limited Edition Revlon Baby Sticks for Lips & Cheeks in Tahitian, and skin was dusted with Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder.
Westman used a mix of grey and brown shadows on the lid and added a bright white shade as highlighter around the eye, using Revlon ColorStay 16-hour Eyeshadow collection in Bombshell and Adventurous. She then worked a very thin coat of black liquid liner into the lash line and gave lashes length and volume using Revlon’s new Lash Potion mascara.
To complete the look, Westman gave models a soft shine on the lips with Revlon ColorBurst Lipgloss in Crystal Water.
Revlon & Marchesa – New York Bridal Week Spring/Summer 2014
Photos Courtesy of Revlon