I haven’t had a chance to upload pics of all the brides trials I have done for this winter. A lot of people opt for this classic vintage look, I just wish for a sprinkling of snow to go with it for added romance and glamour. This look is timeless, and suits pale, winter skin. I created depth on the eyelid using matt brown eyeshadow and highlighted the centre of the lid using a white eyeshadow, a 1950’s flick with black eyeliner and false eyelashes completes the eye.  Useing a pale concealer around the lips before lining will give a crisp red line which you can then fill in with a red lipstick of your choice, blot and then reapply lipstick for added longevity, and for a sultry pout place a thin line of a nude eyeliner along the lop lip line, just above the red liner, but be careful not to smudge! 
 Applying blusher after you have finished the eyes and lips will allow you to add as little as you need as over doing the blusher on this look can easily make you look as though you’re wearing too much make-up… be careful and build slowly on the apples of the cheeks, if you do apply too much then use a clean cotton pad to gently take off the top layer, and you can also tone it down further using a light finishing powder.

I haven’t had a chance to upload pics of all the brides trials I have done for this winter. A lot of people opt for this classic vintage look, I just wish for a sprinkling of snow to go with it for added romance and glamour. This look is timeless, and suits pale, winter skin. I created depth on the eyelid using matt brown eyeshadow and highlighted the centre of the lid using a white eyeshadow, a 1950’s flick with black eyeliner and false eyelashes completes the eye.

Useing a pale concealer around the lips before lining will give a crisp red line which you can then fill in with a red lipstick of your choice, blot and then reapply lipstick for added longevity, and for a sultry pout place a thin line of a nude eyeliner along the lop lip line, just above the red liner, but be careful not to smudge!

Applying blusher after you have finished the eyes and lips will allow you to add as little as you need as over doing the blusher on this look can easily make you look as though you’re wearing too much make-up… be careful and build slowly on the apples of the cheeks, if you do apply too much then use a clean cotton pad to gently take off the top layer, and you can also tone it down further using a light finishing powder.

Alisha Coetzee

Brand Artisan Creative, Wembury, Plymouth

Curated Creative, for independent, local business, fellow artisans and creatives in the South West.