Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Houston Wedding - Pics and Bridal Makeup

Hi Bellas,

I've finally gotten around from posting pictures from the wedding I attended last month in Houston.  We made it a girls trip at the same time and it was so much fun.  I also did the bride's makeup.  If you follow the blog, you'll remember my memorable bridal trial with her.  You can also check out the post here.  I'll show you pics of the fun girl's weekend...and also break down the makeup.

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I shared a room with two of my besties and two of my other sorority sisters that I haven't seen in a long time!  We lived it up in Houston...mainly going out to eat actually, lol.

The only "touristy" thing we did was go to a museum...ummm the National Museum of Funeral History, lol.  It was a random decision.  We googled things to do in Houston and this came up.
It was actually super interesting!  I highly recommend.  Check out the cool hearse from back in the day.
Embalming station
Traditional Japanese casket and hearse...gorgeous right?

Now for the wedding pics...gorgeous shots from the photographer.  The bride getting ready.
Classic kiss shot.
Love the vintage feel.
Gorgeous black and white shot.
Bride and father of the bride.  You can see the makeup I did here.

Check out my cameo!
Now some shots taken by me and the girls.  Here is the reception.
Bride making her way down the soul train line.  She changed into a short white dress so she could get down!
Table arrangements made by the bride.

Gorgeous venue...can you believe this used to be someone's house?
 Me and the girls ;)
This shot is for the ethereal prey.  This is actually the groom's cake...pies from House of Pies!

Let's talk about makeup. We wanted something very soft and natural for the bride, but we still wanted to emphasize her eyes. We went for gold and brown shadows and a pretty pink lip. I also airbrushed her to give her a flawless finish. I love the vintage look that the hair, makeup, veil and dress all contributed to.  Check out her gorgeous bouquet made out of donated broaches from family and friends.


Here's What I Used (all MAC unless otherwise mentioned):

FACE
Fix Plus
Smashbox Green Primer
Kett Airbrush Foundation
Steelo Mineral Foundation to set
Eve Pearl Light Salmon Concealer
Bone Beige Sculpting Powder
NARS lovejoy blush
Warmed MSF

EYES
Spiked brow pencil and Espresso e/s on brows
Bare study paint pot
Shroom (highlight), glamour check (outer v), flip (lid), ricepaper (tear duct highlight), and blanc type (highlight) eyeshadows
Blacktrack fluidline
Ardell short individual lashes
Waterproof mascara
Graphblack technakohl

LIPS
Beurre Creamstick Liner
Fanfare Creamsheen
Cruise control lipglass

Hope you all enjoyed!  I'll have more pictures from another wedding coming up soon!

Atlanta Makeup Artist

15 comments:

resham said...

Everything is beautiful...from bride, to the place and the make-up you did...Pretty:)

maki said...

the museum is very interesting!
& the bride's makeup looks so natural like she isnt wearing makeup much.. it simply enhanced her beauty

Tysh said...

This is a beautiful wedding, I love the bouquet very different

ngocupham said...

wow the wedding is so beautiful. The bride too. I love it. The wedding bouquet is one of the most amazing thing I ever seen. This is some what modern, but a bt vintage.

Ethereal Prey said...

w00t! house of pies! house of pies!

mina said...

I love that reception place, very cool! The bride looked beautiful! I think I remember that dress you wore from one of your hauls?

Linda said...

Hey ren,

You did such a beautiful job with the bride. I had no idea you were her makeup artist. I follow her blog too and she has an amazing talent and eye for color and art. She pulled her wedding just beautifully. Everything turned out just amazing. Keep up the great work!

Mz.Choize said...

Beautiful wedding, and so is her makeup!

I live in Houston and had no idea we had that museum, lol.

cleung341 said...

Wow, her bouquet is beautiful!

Cindy said...

OMG i'm from Houston, and I've never even heard of the funeral museum lmao. The pictures are GORGEOUS! I need the name of that photographer for WHENEVER i will eventually get married lol. And I've never heard of this house venue...

its like I'm a stranger to Houston lol.

Vanilla said...

OMG the venue is the prettiest one i hv ever seen
im so bored with teh usual boring white/glam wedding reception!:D
i love the bride's eye makeup n hair!
and her shoes!:P

MakeupByAmberRashid said...

Hey Ren,

Great job on the makeup. She looks gorgeous!
Can you do my a gianormous favor and let me know what the name of the venue is? I live in Houston and that looks like a gorgeous place to get married at.

www.JennyThay.com said...

she looked amazing!

Jenny said...

Great photos!Amazing place and time, beautiful people, what else could you ask for? Good luck in everything! By the way, these health, beauty and wellness products at affordable prices might be what you're looking for. Good luck and more power!

Bridal Makeup said...

Wow,pictures of this blog is so charmful.

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