Monday, October 12, 2009

Bridal Makeup for Women of Color - Chocolate Berry Bridal

Hi Bellas!

I'm back with another tutorial for my bridal makeup series. I get a lot of requests to do bridal for women of color. As a result, I used my best friend Alex as a model. She is around NW45-NC50 skin tone. I show you how the colors really complement her skin tone. However, this look would look great on just have to tweak the amount you apply. This look is more geared for a fall wedding look. I plan to do at least one more look for this series...a bridal smokey eye. I hope you guys enjoy! If you have any bridal requests, please leave them in the comments below!

Check out the video tutorial!

-Nurturing Force oil control lotion and primer
-Kett Hydro foundation 07 and 09
-MUFE orange corrector
-graftobian powder foundation
-definite and shadowy sculpting powders
-azalea blush
-brunette msf
-model in a bottle setting spray

-Urban Decay Primer Potion
-soft ochre paint pot
-all that glitters e/s
-spiced chocolate quad (pink, burgundy and brown colors)
-Revlon colorstay liquid liner in blackest black
-spiked brow pencil and espresso and embark e/s to fill in brows
-ricepaper e/s
-spiked brow pencil
-ardell 120 demis
-graphblack technokohl
-splashproof mascara

-chesnut lip pencil
-NYX silver plum gloss
-queen bee lipglass

The final look!


blkprincess87 said...

That's very pretty. I think I may try that this week.

avicdens said...

so pretty as always!

mina said...

That look is so pretty on her!

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Miss Pretty said...

Cute look!

Krystia said...

This is lovely Ren, thanks for the step by step lesson!*_*

Vern said...

ren... what wa the first highlight color you used before applying spiked? thx

John & Natalie said...

Hi Great Job! This is really pretty. I am getting married in a couple months and looking for a makeup artist!!