Hannah reached out to me to inquire about hair and makeup services for her wedding late last year. She loved the natural makeup kind of look, but the artists she's reached out to before are only good at doing "glam makeup". I feel like if you're going to make it as a makeup artist, especially, you've got to know how to do more than one kind of look. So we got to chatting and she felt like we were the best match. We moved forward with booking and then we set up her trial run. Those pictures are below.
Temptu perfect canvas airbrush 4&5 mixed, Elf hydrating camo concealer in Medium Peach and Light Sand mixed, make sure to use lots of moisturizing products under her eyes and color correct if needed, Laura Mercier translucent powder to set, Sephora Neutral Mocha bronzer, Mac Peaches blush, ABH x Amrezy highlighter, ColourPop brow pencil in Bangin' Brunette, Juvia's Place Warrior palette (gold only) on the lids, Too Faced Natural Nudes (light brown) palette on the crease and outer corners, Kylie Iced Out highlighter in the inner corners, black shadow liner, Essence mascara, Kiss no11 lashes, and Juvia's Place lip liner in Sweet Nothing ombred out with Maybelline lifter gloss in Reef all over.
I curled Hannah's hair using a straightener, pinned half up first using 2 pins and elastic, secured a hair donut in the center, pinned by twisting around the donut on each side. Pulled out face framing pieces by the ears only, right side had twists, left side had braid, pull out a little of her bang but spray the heck out of it. Do you ever wonder how I put together a low bun? This is a perfect example.
And here is a picture of one of of the bridesmaids and her hair from the wedding day. I did makeup on one other bridesmaid as well, but I forgot to take her "after" picture.
Venue: The Cordelle
Photography: Lens Culture Photography
Hair and makeup: Declan + Mae (with assist by Jordan and Rachel)